Community theater is a wonderful way to experience the magic of live performance. Whidbey Playhouse is truly a place where everyone belongs. A place where everyone is working together for one reason: to bring joy to audiences. What’s better than that?


We encourage you to audition for our upcoming productions. We know that stepping out of your comfort zone and in to the spotlight can be daunting, especially when you don't know what to fully expect.  But, remember, it doesn't matter if you don’t have any experience — everyone is welcome. All ages. All skill levels. 

Congratulations to the cast of Earth and Sky

Sara McKeon............Anna Schenck

David Ames..............David Thuet

Det. Kersnowski.......Gary Gillespie

Det.H.E. Weber........Wesley Moran

Joyce Lazlo..............Jaime Powell

Billy Hart...................James Weagant

Carl Eizenstadt..........Rusty Chapin

Marie DeFaria..........Abby Thuet

Julius Gatz................Nate Edmiston

Upcoming Auditions

Barefoot in the Park 

December 3 and 4 1-3pm Star Studio

Auditions will be cold readings from provided scripts using a minimum of two people per scene. 

Corie and Paul Bratter are a newlywed couple. Their first home is an apartment on the top floor of a brownstone in New York City. Corie is romantic and optimistic about their future together, while Paul is more anxious and worries about the various flaws in the apartment, such as a hole in the skylight, their leaky closet, and the lack of a bathtub. Shortly after moving in, Corie attempts to set her mother up with their eccentric neighbor Mr. Velasco. During the course of four days, the couple learns to live together while facing the usual daily ups and downs. Corie wants Paul to become more easy-going: for example, to run "barefoot in the park". This was Neil Simon’s longest-running play on Broadway with over 1500 productions.


Casting for:

1 male age 20-30;

1 male age 50-60;

1 male 60+; 1 male 20-40. 

1 female age 20-30

1 female age 40-50

All auditioners are currently required to provide proof of COVID vaccination.


Love Loss and What I Wore

By appointment only on Saturday and Sunday, January 7 and 8, 2023, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm.


This incredibly humorous and touching play explores the lives of women through 28 interwoven characters who share their memories of love and loss as framed through the clothes they wore. The show will be performed as a staged reading by 5 (or possibly more) women, assuming various roles throughout the show, featuring a diversity of ages (20s to 70s), races, and physiques. Actresses of all types are encouraged to audition, and each actress must be able to believably portray multiple characters, at different ages and times in their lives.


The script is available for reference online


Women interested in auditioning should come prepared with two monologues either of their choosing or from the show (one comedic and one dramatic). No more than two minutes for each monologue is needed. Memorization is helpful but not required.

All auditioner's are currently required to provide proof of COVID vaccination.


To schedule an audition time slot, please select a time at this  link

"Movies will make you famous; Television will make you rich; But theatre will make you good."

~ Terrence Mann