Theatre Tuscaloosa's 2016-17 Season: Share the Dream
Theatre Tuscaloosa's 2016-17 Season: Share the Dream

Courtesy Casting Notices

Theatre Tuscaloosa occassionally receives notices from local film and theatre producers seeking talent.  We will occassionally post such casting notices here as a courtesy to our fellow producers and our community of performers.  Theatre Tuscaloosa is in no way associated with these productions, however, so we cannot answer questions about them.  Please direct all questions to the contact identified.  Click here to submit a Courtesy Casting Call request.

Casting & Crew Opportunities

Posted 2/22/17


Project Title
Knit Night

Project Producer:
Catie Clayton

E-mail address:

Audition Date(s) and Time(s):
due March 1

Audition Location:
Video submissions via e-mail

Contact Name:
Kaki Clements

Contact Phone:

Project Description:
Knit Night is a comedy web series that centers around a group of women trying to navigate the perils of retirement by forming a knitting club. From director and creator Hallie Tarpley, Knit Night is sure to bring a smile to your face, on set and off. 

This project is being produced and developed by University of Alabama students as a senior project. Episodes will air online. 

We are asking for video submissions via e-mail. These should contain a full-length shot of the auditionee, her name, age, location and a 30 second monologue. No pressure! We just want to see what you can do. iPhone footage is completely acceptable. 

Description of Role(s) Available (age, gender, body type, ethnicity, etc.):
Natalie (50s)
Headstrong, opinionated, stubborn. She always has her reading glasses available on the top of her head. Her appearance contrasted with the rest of the group in that she is darker and less together. She typically wears long, loose fabrics and scarves. She absolutely cannot knit. 

Beth (50s) 
Kind, warm, and friendly. She is always available to help people and has a deep rooted interest in self-improvement. This puts her out of step with the bigotry of the others in the group. She is the only one who can knit, and despite being used for this skill, she maintains her kindness. 

Grace (50s) 
Loud talker, absurd, and hobby driven. She loves to talk and tell stories. She jumps from obsession to obsession.

Birdie (50s) 
Kind, soft, and maternal. She wears long dresses, glasses, and her hair in a bun. She looks like a wise, elegant bird. She is an extremely accommodating hostess. 

Pam (50s) 
Loud, opinionated, and constantly aggravated that she is being pushed out of her daughter’s life. She is overbearing and pissed most of the time.

Helen (50s) 
Helen is an eccentric woman that is constantly interested in the antithesis of Beth. She looks to cut corners in the name of self-betterment. She cannot knit and she can’t count. She is stubborn like the other women, but she is quieter about it. Her and Natalie have formed quite a duo. 

Desired Traits of Auditionees (prior experience, acting/singing/dance training, dialects, other):
A willingness to have fun and work hard! 

Posted 2/6/17


Casting Call for Wrestling-Related Webseries


Beyond Ringside, a six-episode dramatic webseries that explores how southern professional wrestling promoters could have reacted to the national expansion of WWE in the 1980s, is looking for actors to join its cast. The series focuses on the conflict between various promoters and their star wrestlers as they seek to find a way to protect their interests as the industry changes around them. Think professional wrestling meets Game of Thrones.


Casting will be completed by Friday, Feb. 17, 2017, while shooting is set for March 19 & 26 in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with release on YouTube and Vimeo set for June 2017. Actors cast will receive a credit and DVD copy of the finished webseries as compensation. The parts marked ** are considered physically demanding (fight scenes, etc. However, no actual wrestling will take place in the series. The series contains adult language, situations and violence).


Please email if you are interested in being cast, with ‘CASTING’ in the subject line. While experience is ALWAYS welcome, no acting experience is necessary, but enthusiasm and and a good attitude is.


Main Cast List for Beyond Ringside


The Thumper** —Arguably the most popular wrestler in the United States. African-American male, late 20s, early 30s.


Miranda Ritter —Widow of promoter Harry Ritter. Disputed ownership stake in Peach State Promotions. Mid-30s to early 40s.


Paul “Tibby” Thibideaux** —Owner/Promoter, Southern States Wrestling (MS, LA, OK, Houston)


Pete Davis —Owner/Promoter, East Coast Promotions (Carolinas, VA, W. VA)


“Mad” Max Moline** —World champion wrestler, in the twilight of his career

Promoters in Global Wrestling Association


Graham Stevens —Owner/Promoter, Sunshine State Wrestling (Florida), president of Global Wrestling Association


Karl “Oil Rig” Addison —Owner/Promoter, Western States Wrestling (Dallas, west TX)


William “Billy” Traeger —Owner/Promoter, Gulf South Wrestling (Alabama/Fla. Panhandle, east MS, east TN)


Randolph “Randy” O’Malley —Part-owner/Promoter, Peach State Promotions (Georgia, east AL)


Pam** —Early 30s, wife of ‘The Thumper’

Dana** —Early 20s, girlfriend of ‘The Thumper’

Danny Bayle —Referee/runner for Graham Stevens

Hired Muscle 1**

Hired Muscle 2**

Extras: Attorneys for boardroom scene (6), bar patrons, random fans

Posted 1/27/17


Project Title

Dude, You're a Fag


Project Producer:

Garrett Guerra


E-mail address:


Audition Date(s) and Time(s):

Sunday, Jan. 29th 5-7; Tuesday, Jan. 31st 6-8; and Friday, Feb 3rd 6-8


Audition Location:

For Sunday, we will meet outside of Rowand Johnson Hall at the University of Alabama and for the 31st and the 3rd we will meet in room 102 of Rowand Johnson


Contact Name:

Jordan Johnson


Contact Phone:



Project Description:

It is a short film based on the hard hitting documentary of the same name. It discusses major issues of masculinity and sexuality in high school


Description of Role(s) Available (age, gender, body type, ethnicity, etc.):

All races are needed!

We would love to see people from the 18-23 or 25 age frame, but keep in mind that all but 4 of the roles are high schoolers so we'd prefer them to look a little younger.


Desired Traits of Auditionees (prior experience, acting/singing/dance training, dialects, other):

No singing or dancing is needed!

Posted 1/12/17


Project Title

North River Village


Project Producer:

LURE Creative Solutions


E-mail address:


Audition Date(s) and Time(s):

no audition. Please email headshot.


Contact Name:

Richard Tucker


Contact Phone:



This is a PAID opportunity.


Project Description:

30-second TV spot for an Independent and Assisted Living Home


There are no speaking roles in the TV spot


Description of Role(s) Available (age, gender, body type, ethnicity, etc.):

2 caucasian females, 1 african american female, 1 caucasian male, all over the age of 65.

1 Causasian male, 1 caucasian female aged 35-45.

1 caucasian boy aged 8-12. 1 caucasian girl aged 8-13.


Desired Traits of Auditionees (prior experience, acting/singing/dance training, dialects, other):

Ability to realistically interact with other actors on camera. 

Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 9am-12pm
One hour prior to performances

9500 Old Greensboro Road #135
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405




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