Audition for An Upcoming Production

Check back for audition details as the dates approach.


The NSB Little Theatre strongly encourages performers of all ethnicities, genders, and backgrounds to partake in our auditions. 

Location is in our rehearsal building, next to the theater, at 720 East Third Ave, New Smyrna Beach, unless otherwise stated.

More information? Call 386.423.1246




Smell of the Kill

Auditions Sunday July 14 and Monday July 15

Show Dates:  September 12 - 22

Director:  Louise Schneberger


The Crucible

Auditions Sunday August 18 and Monday August 19

Show Dates:  October 24 - November 3

Director:  Kelly Grounds


A Christmas Story

Auditions Sunday September 29 and Monday September 30

Show Dates:  December 5 - 15

Director:  Larry Schnabel


Little Shop of Horrors 

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman, Music by Alan Menken

Show dates: January 30, 2025 – February 16, 2025 (Preview January 29)

Auditions: Sunday, November 10th and Monday, November 11th

Rehearsals will begin on November 18th. Due to holidays and other commitments, there will be NO rehearsals from November 27 – December 1 (Thanksgiving); December 22 – January 1 (Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanza/New Years); January 4 – 5; and January 9 – 12.

Director - Ray Flynt
Music Director – Dale Adams
Choreographer – Kathryn “Kitty” Serpe

All roles are open. No experience required. Those auditioning for singing roles should come prepared to sing a song that showcases your vocal range (sung acapella or with a karaoke track). We will read scenes from the show, and the choreographer will assess your ability to move, so please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. NOTE: We will also cast two puppeteers for the show, which are non-speaking roles, but essential to the storytelling.

Chiffon, Crystal, and Ronnette (F5 – A♭ 3) - Named after girl bands of the 1960s, they are a trio of female street urchins. We are seeking persons of color for these young, hip, streetwise performers who act as a “Greek Chorus,” and the only people in the cast who “really know what’s going on.” They sing (or provide backup) for 70% of the musical numbers.
Seymour(G4 – A2) – 20 s, the insecure, naïve, put-upon, florist’s clerk hero. A sweet and well-meaning man.

Audrey (D5 – G#3) – The bleached blonde secret love of Seymour’s life. Audrey works in the flower shop with feelings of low self-worth, yet full of dreams of what might be. She’s sweet and vulnerable.

Orin (G4 – G2) – A handsome dentist with a black leather jacket and sadistic tendencies. He is dating Audrey. This role requires a versatile actor who also portrays eight other characters including: A Voice not unlike God’s, Skid Row wino, flower shop customer, radio announcer, Mr. Bernstein, Mrs. Luce, Skip Snip, and Patrick Martin.

Mr. Mushnik (F4 – G2) – Long-suffering owner of the failing Skid Row flower shop where most of the story takes place and a surrogate father to Seymour. 
Voice of Audrey Two (G4 – G2) – Seeking an actor with a resonant voice who, in concert with the puppeteers, can bring Audrey Two – the blood-seeking plant - to life. To quote the script, “his voice is a cross between Otis Redding, Barry White, and Wolfman Jack – a street-smart, funky, and conniving villain.” Aside from a brief onstage appearance as a Skid Row wino, this actor will mostly use an off-stage microphone.
Two (2) Audrey Two Puppeteers. Audrey Two is the name Seymour gives to the exotic, blood-hungry plant at the heart of the terror in Little Shop of Horrors. There are four versions of the plant, from the small innocuous one that Seymour first shows to Mr. Mushnik to larger ones capable of eating body parts and devouring people. Seymour manipulates version 2, but the others are operated by puppeteers who work in confined spaces and coordinate the movement of the plant with the performer providing Audrey Two’s voice. Persons who experience claustrophobia would not be a good fit for these roles. In addition to operating the plant puppets, these individuals will assist in revolving the turntable used in the production.

Feel free to contact the director with any questions prior to the auditions at Ray@RayFlynt (dot) com.



Ken Ludwig's Lend Me a Soprano

Auditions Sunday January 12 and Monday January 13

Show Dates:  March 20 - 30

Director:  Rick Johnson


Crash Cart

Auditions Sunday February 23 and Monday February 24

Show Dates:  May 1 - 11

Director:  Harriett Winokur


Eleanor: Head Nurse in her 60's with a strong disposition.

Ted: Intern in his 20's - 30's. He has a fun personality but is a little apprehensive.

Sarah: Nurse in her 20's - 30's. She seems like a ditzy blonde.

Daryl: Janitor in his late 20's - 30's. He has a slightly tough exterior, but a big heart.

Dawn: Pregnant woman in her 30's.

Mike: Dawn's husband in his 30's.

Mrs. Chenoweth: Older woman in her 70's.

Walter: Prison guard in his 60’s.

Jack: Prisoner in his 50's.