Roles in the Play (in order of appearance)

 George Bailey (adult male)

Clarence Odbody (mature male)

Mr. Gower (adult male)

Young George (age 12)

Harry Bailey (adult male)

Mother Bailey (mature female)

Aunt Tilly (mature female)

Violet Peterson (adult female)

Bert (adult male)

Ernie (adult male)

Uncle Billy (mature male)

Mary Hatch/Bailey (adult female)

Henry F. Potter (mature male)

Mr. Potter's Goon (non-speaking role)

Mr. Potter's Secretary (adult female)

Mrs. Hatch (mature female)

Sam Wainwright (adult male)

Miss Andrews (adult female)

Mrs. Thompson (mature female)

Mr. Martini (adult male)

Mrs. Martini (adult female)

Miss Carter (adult female)

Newspaper Boy (age 10)

​Pete Bailey (age 12)

Tommy Bailey (age 10)

Zuzu Bailey (age 7)

Mr. Welch (adult male)

​Janie Bailey (age 9)

Auditions Announced


Auditions for Red Curtain's holiday production, "It's a Wonderful Life," will be held October 6 and 7, 6 to 9 p.m., at the Red Curtain Arts Center.


Beckye Randall will direct the familiar show, based on the classic Frank Capra film. The show features a large cast of characters, with many roles ideal for those with limited stage experience.


Auditioners should prepare a 2-minute dramatic monologue and be willing to participate in cold reading exercises as well. "It's a Wonderful Life" runs for three weekends, November 27-December 13, 2015.


Perusal scripts are available for checkout at the arts center office, open Tuesday-Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m.


To reserve an audition slot, email your name, phone number, email address and preferred audition appointment time to office@redcurtainfoundation.org. Please include your head shot and resume if available.