On a search for his favorite honey snack, Winnie the Pooh discovers that his friend Christopher Robin is not at home and has left a note. A silly adventure begins in the Hundred Acre Wood as Pooh and all his friends mistakling think that dear Christopher Robin has been captured by a creature called the Backson! The beloved classic characters together with the charming music create a fun-filled story of mishaps and friendship!


Auditions will be held on:

Monday, November 26, from 4:15pm – 6:15pm

Tuesday, November 27, from 5:45pm – 7:45pm


Callbacks will be held on Thursday, November 29 from 4:00pm – 6:15pm
You will be notified by email if you will be needed for callbacks.


No appointment needed. Actors only need to attend one day of auditions.


All auditions and any necessary callbacks will be held at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre.


All actors must be between the ages of 8-18.


Street parking available.

Venice Family Clinic’s parking lot is available on weekends and on weekdays after 6:00pm. Do not park at our neighbors AAMCO/Viking Motors or SGI or you will be towed.


Prepare 32 bars (verse and chorus) of an uptempo song in the standard broadway musical style with accompaniment on a CD, iPhone, iPad or equivalent.

Please do not sing pop songs, liturgical music, or country western.

In addition, please do not sing “Popular”“Let It Go", or “Good Morning, Baltimore”.

Be prepared to dance.


Weekend Shows at 11:00am on

February 2 & 3, February 9 & 10, February 16 & 17.


Morning School Shows on

Tuesday, February 7 and Thursday, February 12.

School Shows will require actors to miss their morning classes, but they can receive community service credit. Please note that actors MUST be available for all performances, including School Shows. (2 shows on each day listed).  

This is non-negotiable!


Rehearsals will begin with a read-through on Monday, December 3 and are held


Monday through Friday from 4:00pm to 6:30pm, &

Saturdays from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.


Actors are not called for all rehearsals, only rehearsals where they are being used for a scene.

Rehearsals will be worked around actors' schedules as much as possible, although if you are going to be out of town for 2 full weeks, you will probably not be cast. As always, we consider homework a priority!

  • A picture (a school picture or snapshot is fine).

  • A resume or list of shows done.

  • Your conflicts for the rehearsal period.

All conflicts MUST be submitted prior to callbacks. Please check with your school choir/band/theatre director, your soccer/baseball coach, or any other adult who schedules your time, about all conflicts PRIOR to auditioning.  
If additional conflicts arise after casting, it may result in an actor being replaced.


Winnie The Pooh

Male, 9-18

Sweet, loyal, simple minded, and easily distracted by his hunger of honey.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Male, 9-18

Bouncy, outgoing, eager and boisterous.

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Male, 9-13

Soft spoken, timid with a big heart.​

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Male, 9-18

Nervous, fidgety but determined and sometimes stubborn.​

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Male, 9-14

A know-it-all but semi-knowledgable, confident.

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Female, 9-15

Kind, protective and motherly.

Might also be in some ensemble roles.


Male, 9-13

Eager, rambunctious, child of Kanga.

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


Male, 9-15

Quiet, gloomy, loyal.

Might also be in some ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)

Christopher Robin

Male, 9-18

Kind, good at advice to his woodsy friends.

Will also be in ensemble roles.

(Will consider a girl in this role)


9-18, all voice types

To play a variety of other characters like narrators, the word chorus, honey bees, and other wood creatures.

Must sing and dance well.

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Non-Equity, there is no pay.

Questions? Email the director Eve Keller at