Check out our upcoming shows and auditions below. The stage is calling your name!

Lionheart Theatre Audition Notice:

Extra Audition Date Added: Saturday, February 9th
Time: 1 pm
Place: 10 College St, Norcross, GA 30071

“Pump Boys and Dinettes”
Conceived and written by John Foley, Mark Harwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann

Directed by Scott Rousseau
Show dates: May 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19
Casting 5 men and 5 women
Ages 19 – 55ish
All must sing

Bring an upbeat Broadway style song or upbeat country number, no more than 2 minutes
Have ballad ready if needed.
No acapella auditions. Bring music or provide voiceless track.

Cold readings from script

Actors who play instruments are encouraged to audition.
Also hiring a drummer.

Performances begin May 3 and run through May 19.
Rehearsals begin March.
All roles are non-paying volunteer roles.
For more information contact director Scott Rousseau

If you’ve been interested in diving into the acting world, then our auditions in Norcross are the perfect opportunity for you! At Lionheart Theatre, we put on a new production almost every month, and each month is different. You’ll have the chance to try your hand at a number of varying roles.

Lionheart Theatre Company is always looking for new faces to join our continuously growing acting family. Your level of experience doesn’t matter as long as you’re willing to learn and have fun. The right attitude can bring out the best in actors, experienced or not. We welcome people of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs to audition.

How to Prepare for Auditions

The best way to prepare for auditions is to know your character. Yes, memorizing lines is important, but understanding who you are portraying is what turns a good actor into something great. Take the time to sit down and research your character. What’s their background? What motivates them? How do they change throughout the play? As you learn more, try to apply this knowledge to your lines.

You can also work on your lines with a friend or family member. Don’t just read the lines aloud; try to make them come to life. Exaggerate your emotions, and keep your facial expressions in mind. If you can find a way to connect with the character, don’t be afraid to let it show! All of these efforts will translate well in your audition.

Lastly, be sure to work on your confidence. Every actor starts somewhere, so even if you have no experience at all, walk into your audition with your head held high. Chances are, doing so will help you shake some of those audition nerves.