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Putting It Together – A Staged Concert

Putting it Together Audition Sign Up:

Words and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Devised by Stephen Sondheim ad Julia McKenzie

Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick

Director: Matthew Kepler

Assistant Director: Kris Graves

Music Director: Joel Paszkowski

Choreographer; Kelly Kates

Production Stage Manager: Hannah Tripp


Town Hall Arts Center is seeking 5 strong singers who excel at acting a song to perform a staged concert version of Stephen Sondheim’s Putting It Together (1999 Broadway Version). 

2M – 2W – 1any – Character Breakdown below

All roles pay $500 a week for 3 weeks

Town Hall Arts Center is committed to expanding diversity in the casting of our shows. Roles are open to performers of all races, ethnicities, and identities.

Town Hall Arts center adheres to the Community Standards for Theatre for Colorado as set forward by the Colorado Theatre Guild.


• This production is part of THAC’s new “Other Programming” venture and, thus, will be put together much quicker than our Main Stage productions.

• All rehearsal and performances are required for all participants. No conflicts will be accepted. Please check and double check the schedule below to ensure you are available.

• There are minimal rehearsals so all participants will be asked to learn music, blocking, and light choreography quickly.

Audition Dates:

Saturday July 16th beginning at 10:00am – at Town Hall Arts Center

2450 W Main St, Littleton, 80120

Invited callbacks will be held Sunday July 17th from 5pm to 9pm 


• 32 – Bars each of 2 Contrasting Stephen Sondheim songs (do not have to be from this specific show)

• Current headshot and resume



• Man 1 (45+)

Party Host. Hard-working. Some Boomer Toxic Masculinity traits. Outwardly perfect but inwardly miserable in his marriage. Emotionally absent

Vocal Range: Bari-tenor (F3 to F5)

Ethnicity: Any

• Man 2 (25-40)

Party Attendee. Less confident and toxic than Man 1, but still a man. Cerebral and calculated with charm. Enjoys being a bachelor but may want to get married….someday.

Vocal Range: Tenor (A5 to G3)

Ethnicity: Any

• Woman 1 (40+)

Party hostess and wife of Man 1. Rich. Outwardly happy but actually miserable in her marriage. Regal and proper, yet depressed and shallow. Strong comedic skills (think Carol Burnette).

Vocal Range: Alto (G5 to D3)

Ethnicity: Any

• Woman 2 (20-40)

Winsome and pretty, she routinely acts out because of her loneliness. A little ditzy, sort of an ingenue, but knows how to become a seductress to manipulate people. Strong Dance skills helpful.

Vocal Range: Soprano (G5 to F3)

Ethnicity: Any

• Person 1 (Normally Man 3)

Uninvited party guest who always has commentary, usually unwanted. An unintentional narrator and guide for the audience to the evenings festivities. Mischievous, kooky, and forward.

Vocal Range: G3 to F5

Ethnicity: Any

Putting It Together

Rehearsal and Performance Dates and Times


Music Rehearsals:

• Saturday October 1 – 12pm to 5pm

• Sunday October 2 – 5pm to 10pm

Choreography/Blocking Rehearsals (Come with all music memorized):

• Monday October 17 – 7:30pm to 10:00pm

• Tuesday October 18 – 7:30pm to 10:00pm

• Wednesday October 19 – 7:30pm to 10:00pm

• Thursday October 20 – 7:00pm to 10:00pm

• HOLD – Friday October 21 – 7:00pm to 10:00pm – possible sitzprobe

Tech/Dress Rehearsals:

• Sunday October 23 – 10:00am to 8:00pm

• Monday October 24 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm

• Tuesday October 25 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm

• Wednesday October 26 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm


• Thursday October 27 @ 7:30pm

• Friday October 28 @ 7:30pm

• Saturday October 29 @ 2:00pm – HOLD

• Saturday October 29 @ 7:30pm

• Sunday October 30 @ 2:00pm

Putting it Together Audition Sign Up:

Part Time
$17-19 per hour DOE
Typical Hours:
Performances (Thursday, Friday, Saturday 5:30-10pm; Sunday 12:30-4:30pm; Occasional Monday/Wednesday performances
Daytime (Lobby open Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturdays 11am-3pm)
Patron Experience Associates receive (4) Comp tickets to every show put on by THAC!

We are currently ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for PATRON EXPERIENCE ASSOCIATE. Interested applicants should have night (PM) and weekend availability, while being able to commit to working (2) performances shifts per week. Limited (~15 hours/week, M-F) daytime shifts also available. If interested, please send your resume and a brief introduction of yourself to Savannah Reeves, Patron Experience Manager: PLEASE NO TELEPHONE CALLS.

The Patron Experience Associate is responsible for creating, maintaining, and enhancing, a cultural environment and physical space where patrons can build relationships and connect with live theatre and the arts! Associates in this role will assist patrons in finding the perfect arts experience by providing general information, selling and upselling ticketed events, fulfilling donation and gift certificate requests, all while embodying outstanding customer service skills and accuracy through the Box Office. Associates will be trained in and fulfill the role of House Manager during performances, which includes supervising volunteers, setting up and assisting with concessions through the night, and most importantly, acting as a leader and resource for our patrons, staff, and volunteers.

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