2019-20 Good Night Guest Artist Auditions


Ready for another season of live entertainment in the form of cabarets and full-length, musical productions? Good Night is coming back for a fourth season—and this time it includes four of our fan-fave cabarets and three amazing musical productions.

Your once-annual chance to audition and be a Good Night guest artist is coming up July 10 and 11—the first step is signing up to ensure you get one of our limited audition slots!


Our 2019 auditions are by sign-up only and will be Wednesday, July 10, and Thursday, July 11, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. We’ll be casting guest performers for:

  • The Big Band Cabaret (Sept. 2019)

  • The Rocky Horror Show (Oct. 2019)

  • A Fa-La-La Cabaret (Dec. 2019)

  • The Guilty Pleasures Cabaret (Jan. 2020)

  • Alvin Fletcher’s Surprise 34th Birthday Party (March 2020)

  • Chicago (April 2020)

  • A Technicolor Cabaret (June 2020)


Since our events are often performed with recorded backing tracks, we ask that you come prepared with two songs—one from the world of musical theatre that will showcase your acting/performing skills and one more in the style of pop/rock genres that will showcase your range. (Please shoot for songs that run 3-4 minutes maximum—we may not have you perform your entire song on audition day.)

NOTE: We'll have technology available to play your backing track from a CD or device with a standard headphone jack—so please provide an adapter for newer iPhones. We won't have an accompanist available, so plan on singing along with a recorded backing track without vocals. If you cannot find a backing track or do not have the resources to purchase one, please email us at info@goodnighttheatre.com. We would be happy to provide you with a track from one of our previous cabarets.


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