Theatre Arlington

Director: Cindy Honeycutt
AD: Ariel Donaldson
Musical Director: Benjamin Brown
Choreographer: Nik Blocker
Stage Manager: Erica Herrera



Saturday, January 13, 2018

By appointment only 

AFTER December 4th,
Please email the Production Manager – Lexi Lehberg
at to book your time slot.

Please include your name, cell number, and email address. 

Confirmations will be sent within 48 hours.



Time slots will be scheduled beginning at 10:00 AM, 8 actors per ½ hour, in the order that requests are made. Actors MUST have an audition slot, and should be prepared to stay for at least an hour. Auditions will not be scheduled with breaks in the time slots-be prepared to attend at the given time.



Theatre Arlington
 305 W Main St. Arlington TX 76010

February 23 – March 11, 2018

Fridays at 7:30pm
Saturdays at 2:00pm and 7:30pm
Sundays at 2:00pm 

Two school performances at Texas Hall: March 20-21 at 10:00am


Rehearsals will begin Thursday, January 18th
with the 
required Parent Meeting the same evening  


Youth Actors, Male & Female, ages 8-18 ONLY

Please arrive early with your headshot and resume.

Performers must prepare:

~   16 bars of an age-appropriate musical theatre song (not from Shrek) 
~    One minute comedy monologue    
    Please note: 
A movement combination will be given during the audition by the choreographer.
Please dress to move.
    Please bring sheet music in the correct key
    Accompanist will be provided
    No a cappella auditions

There will be no readings from the script for the primary audition. However, if callbacks are needed, we will be reading. We highly encourage students to read the script available in the theatre offices. There is not another audition date, and in the event callbacks are scheduled, only those who came to the preliminary audition and were in fact called back to be seen again may attend. If you are unable to attend the audition, but would like to be considered for a role, please email the director, Cindy Honeycutt, 


 All Roles Are Available


Be sure to check out ALL of our 17-18 Auditions!!
Click HERE for more info!

DIRECTOR: Adam Adolfo



Sunday, January 28th

By appointment only 

Callbacks are Monday, January 29th at 7pm

Please email the Production Manager, Lexi Lehberg at to book your time slot. 

Include your name, the role you are auditioning for, cell number, 
headshot, and resume.



Theatre Arlington
 305 W Main St. Arlington TX 76010

 March 30th – April 15th, 2018

Thursdays at 7:30pm 
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm 
Sundays at 2:00pm


 Rehearsals begin Monday, February 26th
and will be weekday evenings with some weekends. 


Sides from the script.
If you would like to prepare a monologue – 90 seconds max -
of your choosing from the script to be heard in
addition to the sides, you may do so.

Headshot & resume required.

 "What do you see?" & "What is art - and who gets to decide?"

Famed abstract impressionist painter Mark Rothko asks his new assistant, Ken, these loaded questions. It's 1958 New York, and Rothko has just been offered the biggest commission in the history of modern art - a series of murals for New York’s famed Four Seasons Restaurant. He and Ken work feverishly in his New York studio "until Ken begins to realize his answers to those fundamental questions about art are very different than his mentor's. When Ken grows the confidence to challenge his mentor, Rothko faces the agonizing possibility that his crowning achievement could also become his undoing. Raw and provocative, 'Red' is a searing portrait of an artist's ambition and vulnerability as he tries to create a definitive work for an extraordinary setting. 

Winner of six Tony Awards in 2010, this sizzling 90-minute drama makes us all question is there true art in the face of searing ambition?
Or does an artist 'sell out' for commercial success?




 Roles Available: 2 Men

Mark Rothko: 
American Abstract expressionist painter has already achieved much critical acclaim at this point in his career. The New York Times described Rothko as “a man of fierce opinions and didactic conversation,” his mercurial, moody, controlling, and riddled with angst as he attempts to create art of meaning and importance. Rothko is predisposed to bouts of depression, which are fueled by his incessant need to ask deep questions about the meaning and purpose of art and how it reflects the meaning and purpose (or lack thereof) of life. He is rarely an easy man to work with, and treats his apprentice more like a lackey than a partner – but his belief in and passion for art comes through to his apprentice, in spite of anything Rothko does to prevent it. Rothko is opinionated, driven, and extremely set in his ways. Yet, beneath his tough exterior and jaded outlook on life and art, lies the heart and vulnerability of a deeply feeling man of immense emptiness and passionate longing. (Age 40-65)

Rothko’s new assistant, to play 20s, an aspiring painter, Ken is awestruck to be working alongside this master, but also has new ideas about the next generation of art-making and how it should be different from the last. He is terribly nervous around his rather surly boss, but he eventually finds his quiet way to express his ever-developing, thoughtful opinions to this older master. He is quiet by nature, but eventually finds a voice for himself and a way to express his criticisms of the art and artists who have come before him, and his enthusiasm for the many years of art to come. (Age 18-28)

Actors will receive a $150 stipend at the final performance following strike.

Be sure to check out ALL of our 17-18 Auditions!!
Click HERE for more info!