Home Made Theater Holds Open Auditions for “Inspecting Carol”

Home Made Theater announces open auditions for their February
production of Inspecting Carol, by Daniel J. Sullivan, directed by Jonathan
Hefter.  Auditions will be held on Monday, November 13th, and Tuesday
November 14th from 6:30-8:00pm at the Spa Little Theater in Saratoga Spa
State Park. Callbacks will be held Tuesday following the auditions. There
are 11 roles available for actors who can play from 20 to 60+. There is one
role for a boy of approximately 11.

A madcap comedy, Inspecting Carol is about a group of
dysfunctional theater people who take themselves very seriously. This
struggling theater company is set to open their annual production of A Christmas Carol when they find out their funding is being held up until they
pass an undercover inspection. When an impossibly bad actor is mistakenly
identified as the inspector, the troupe does everything to accommodate his
craziest wishes. As the impending opening night draws closer, it seems only
a Christmas miracle will save this production.

Production dates are weekends, February 10th – 25th Rehearsals
will begin early January. Actors should bring a current photo and resume.
Photos cannot be returned. No appointments are necessary for the audition.
Actors will read from the provided excerpts from the play. For a detailed
flyer with character descriptions or questions about the audition, contact
HMT at 518-587-4427, or visit their web site at www.homemadetheater.org.

HMT at the Spa Little Theater  2017-18 – our 33rd season

Oct 2017:  Peter and the Starcatcher

Dec 2017:  A Christmas Carol

Feb 2018: Inspecting Carol

Apr/May 2018:  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat



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