LCT Productions Auditions

All students, regardless of major, are invited to audition for Theatre NDSU, newfangled theatre company, and Musical Theatre Troupe productions.

Perusal scripts are available at the NDSU Library for limited check-out. Please request your copy at the Circulation Desk.

Sign-up for an audition in the Bijou Communications Center, located between the Student Lounge and Walsh Studio Theatre in Askanase Hall. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your audition time.

Please bring the completed information sheet (pdf) to your audition, along with a copy of your fall class schedule.


Little Shop of Horrors
Book and lyrics by Howard Ashman; Music by Alan Menken
Audition dates: September 4 & 5 | 6-10 p.m.
Callbacks: Saturday, September 6 | Noon - 6 p.m.
Production Dates:  October 23-25 & October 29-November 1
Director: Hardy Koenig

Please prepare a one-minute contemporary comedic monologue, 32 bars of a 1950s or 60s Motown style song; it does not have to be from a musical. Callbacks will incude a dance audition.

Rehearsals for "Little Shop" will begin on Sunday, September 7 at 7:00 p.m.

The Women of Lockerbie
By Deborah Breevort

Audition dates: September 4 & 5 | 6-10 p.m.
Callbacks: Saturday, September 6 | Noon - 6 p.m.
Production Dates:  October 23-25 & October 29-November 1
Director: Jess Jung

Please prepare one of the two monologues from "The Women of Lockerbie" below plus a contrasting one-minute monologue. Contrasting monologue can be comedic, classic, or both.

Monologue Choice #1

I never should have let him study in London.
I never should have let him go so far from home.
He was too young.
Much too young to go so far from home.
I should have made him wait for a year.
I should have been more firm.
I should have said no.
I should have just said
No, no, no you cannot go!”
Oh God.
Why didn’t I say that…?
And why did I choose Pan Am over Delta?
There were two boxes on the application form!
Why didn’t I
the box
for Delta?

Monologue Choice #2

What do you say to the sales clerk?
What do you say to the 16 year old school girl
standing behind the counter at JC Penny’s
who smiles at you and asks
“Why are you returning the sweater, sir?”
Do you tell her?
What do you say?
I just looked at her.
I could tell it was her first job.
Her face was round and soft.
Her hands were still chubby, like a child’s.
What do you say to someone so young and innocent?
“This was for my son, but he died?”
“He was blown to bits by a bomb?”
“The plane he was taking home for Christmas…crashed?”
What do you say?


For both shows:

  • Please fill out an Auditions Information sheet.  These are available on the website, in the Theatre Office Askanase 107 and will be available the night of the auditions from the stage manager.
  • Please bring your fall schedule so you can fill out any conflicts you may have.
  • If you have a headshot and a resume please bring one for each director.
  • If you are not an NDSU Theatre major and are interested in auditioning but you are not sure if you can or how to prepare for the audition, please sign up and come anyway.  We welcome participants from the Tri-College and all majors.  Theatre NDSU has an open audition policy.

For any further information or questions, do not hesitate to contact:

Auditions for spring 2015 productions will take place December 2014. Check back for details.


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