2015-16  Season General Auditions

July 25-26, 2015 from 10am- 4pm at Olympia Family Theater.  Our season is listed at the bottom of this page.

Season Auditions for Olympia Family Theater (and lots of other local theaters) will be held July 25th and 26th from 10am- 4pm in cooperation with the Olympia Audition League (OAL). You must be 16 or above to audition through the OAL’s.  You can also join their group on Facebook group – just look for: “Olympia Audition League” – to receive up to the minute local audition notices, fantastic workshop opportunities for performers and more!  More info and how to register on the OAL website.

Registration for the OAL Annual General Auditions will open June 22nd and close on July 24th, 2015.

If you cannot make it to the general auditions, you may contact OFT via e-mail about upcoming performance opportunities.   Include a resume and head shot as well as a list of shows you are interested in and send via e-mail to OFT’s Artistic Director: jenryle@olyft.org

OFT has lots of educational opportunities for kids to gain experience on our stage.  Check out our school break camps and after school workshops.  At least one show on our mains stage each season has some youth parts and auditions for these are held in the fall.  For 2015-16, the show is “Charlotte’s Web”.  Make sure you are on our mailing list to receive an audition notice for these roles.

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Announcing our Main Stage 2015-16 season  Tickets and more information available soon!

Mercy Watson to the Rescue  (Oct. 9- Nov. 1, 2015) by Victoria Stewart, based on the Mercy Watson Series by Kate DeCamillo

A Charlie Brown Christmas ( Nov. 27- Dec. 20, 2015) by Charles M. Schulz, based on the TV special by Bill Melendez and Lee Mendelson, adapted for the stage by Eric Schaeffer

Charlotte’s Web (Jan. 29- Feb. 14, 2016) by Joseph Robinette, based on the book by E.B. White

Peter Rabbit and Me (March 18- April 3, 2016) by Aurand Harris, based on Beatrix Potter’s books

A Year With Frog and Toad (May 13- June 5, 2016) Book and Lyrics by Willie Reale, Music by Robert Reale, based on the books by Arnold Lobel