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Auditions: November 18th and 23rd

Auditions for Loserville

Book, Music and Lyrics by Elliot Davis and James Bourne

Show based on the 2005 British Pop Punk Album Welcome to Loserville by Son of Dork


The Fredericktowne Players Production

Direction by Matt J. Bannister

Choreography by Laurie Newton

Musical Direction by Matthew Dohm

Produced by Amanda and Christopher Berry


Open Auditions:    

Monday, November 18, 6:00-9:00pm

Saturday, November 23, 2;00-5:00pm

Callbacks (by invitation only) Monday, November 25, 7:00-9:00pm

Auditioners are encouraged to reserve an audition spot at:   Audition Signup Genius

Rehearsals Begin:

Week of December 2 (minimal rehearsals December 22 – January 1)

Technical Week:

January 27 – 30 (no conflicts accepted for tech week)


January 31, February 1, 7, 8 at 8:00pm, February 1 and 9 at 2:00pm all at Frederick Community College

Auditions & Callbacks will be held at the Fredericktowne Players Studio: 306 E Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701. The studio is a very non-descript one-story, windowless burgundy cinderblock building with no obvious signage.

Seeking actors and actresses 15 and up for a wide variety of roles. Prospective cast are encouraged to consult the Fredericktowne Players website at for show synopsis and character description.

All roles are open and are non-paid. There are 11 primary roles (all need to be believable as high school age) and ensemble opportunities for all ages. Prospective cast may indicate preference for roles. We recognize that the characters in Loserville are written using she/her and he/him pronouns. However, we encourage all transgender, non-binary, and gender variant artists to audition for any role with which they feel they identify.


Please bring a calendar with all conflicts during the entirety of the rehearsal period.

Bring a performance resume and headshot if you have one or both.


Loserville is a show that will feature fun, high energy choreography so come to the audition ready to move. Dance or Jazz shoes / Dance Sneakers. Character shoes are not required.


For vocal audition, come prepared to sing with 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show ( that can show off a rock quality to your voice. Please be sure to bring sheet music for the accompanist preferably in a binder so they can follow along.


As time permits, there will also brief cold dialogue readings from the show during the open audition.