Auditions for Musical Masters: Hollywood Edition will be Friday, November 4 in the Pearisburg
Community Center Auditorium between 6-9 pm
Please come prepared to sing one or more of the selections below, except for children who may sing any song.

 for more information concerning rehearsal schedules
Phone or Text (540-358-0458) that's 540-thirty-five eighty GLT
or email

Currently in the works is our upcoming review
Musical Masters: 2017 Classic Hollywood Edition
with performances in February and rehearsals beginning in early November
We are looking for the following:
(please see the links below for audition numbers.  You may need to cut and paste them into your browser)

2-4 people who could sing one or more solos.  These people would be primarily singers and would not be required to do any choreography or real acting, but would be expected to "sell a song" so to speak.  These people would not need to come to too many rehearsals until we get down to the week of the show in February.

6-7 people who can act and move while singing for more elaborately choreographed numbers.  These people would need to rehearse usually twice a week--or perhaps some only once a week.

3 children (ages 7-10) for a few numbers.  They should be able to sing strongly but need not have trained voices.  They would have to do a bit of acting/movement, and would have to rehearse once a week.

Audition numbers: (if not given the name of the film the song is from is the same as the song title)

"Feed the Birds" from Mary Poppins This should be sung by a woman.

"Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte." This number should be sung by a man.  Our arrangement does not have room for all the verses.

[Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte as performed for film for learning purposes ]

"The Age of Not Believing" from Bedknobs and Broomsticks. This number can be sung by either a man or woman.
[Please use the above instrumental for auditioning; if you need to hear the song sung for learning purposes, however, here it is from the film. ]

"Born Free." This number can be sung by either a man or woman.

"Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head" from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.  This number can also be sung by either a man or woman. There will be some dance moves to this one, however.

"Doll on a Music Box" from Chitty Chity Bang Bang.  This number must be performed by a girl and requires movement

"There's Got to Be a Morning After" from The Poseidon Adventure.

"Goldfinger." This number should be performed by a woman.

"Nobody Does It Better" from The Spy Who Loved Me.  This number is for a woman.

"Well, Did Ya Ever?" from High Society.  This is a comic duet for two men which requires a little bit of movement.

"When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio.  This number can be sung by either a man or woman.

"True Love" from High Society.  This is a duet for a man and a woman.
[If you need to hear how it is done in the film, here it is ]

"Let it Go" from Frozen.  This number is for a female.

"Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep" from White Christmas.  This can be sung by either a man or woman.

For those people interested in being part of the acting/singing ensemble, please audition by singing all the parts in the following number "I've Got a Dream" from Tangled

Children may sing anything they wish for audition.

Here are a couple of rehearsal clips from Act 1 scene 2 of our past production of Never Too Late

YouTube Video

YouTube Video

The Giles Little Theater is a non profit community theater
located in Pearisburg, Virginia
serving Giles County and the surrounding New River Valley. 
Its most recent reincarnation occurred in the Fall of 2008
under the vision and guidance of Susan Marie Gordon.
Its goal is to bring Giles County classic productions from the Broadway stage
performed by local talent in a time-tested, traditional manner.  

We perform at the Pearisburg Community Center
located at 1410 Wenonah Avenue, Pearisburg
and at other Giles County locations. 

Sponsored by The Giles Arts Council

Our Mission Statement
We will offer cost effective, legitimate, Broadway-style theater productions to the residents of Giles County.
To fulfill our casting requirements we will hold open auditions for local amateur talent.


Posters from some of our past productions


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If you are interested in joining our company,
please phone, text or email
the addresses on this site under "contact us."

We also hold open auditions before each production;
check this website or see handbills for details. 

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We might also wish to produce Eugene O'Neil's drama Long Days Journey Into Night
later this season or next if we can find suitable actors.  We are particularly interested in meeting you if you see yourself in the role of Jamie the elder son.

And we are also considering a comedy-drama titled The Red-Headed Stepchild
for later for this season or next.

 This play requires 3 middle-aged women, 5 young women (age 16-25), 1 middle-aged man, 1 older man, and 2 young men ages (16-25)

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