by Georgetown Palace Theatre

Feb. 08 - Mar. 03

When seven-and-a half year old Alicia is sent to her room for misbehaving, she’s convinced that her parents have no idea who she really is. She confides in her beloved hamster Alfredito, who suddenly escapes through a hole in the wall, and miraculously, Alicia is able to follow him all the way into Wonderlandia. On her journey through this topsy-turvy world she meets all sorts of fantastic characters, negotiating strange situations before finally returning to her room a little wiser. (Bilingual script in English and Spanish by Elaine Romero)

Director: Emily Taylor

Stage Manager:  Courtney Satterfield

The Georgetown Palace Theatre Education Department announces auditions for our Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) production of Alicia by Elaine Romero, a bilingual adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, in Spanish and English. The production is scheduled to open Tuesday, April 2, 2024 and close on Friday, April 19, 2024. 

Being a TYA production, rehearsals and performances will happen during daytime hours. Performances will be scheduled for Tuesday – Friday at 10:00am and at NOON. Cast members MUST be available for all performance dates and times. However, actual performances are confirmed based on reservations from schools for group field trips. Actual performance dates/times will be confirmed for the cast and crew 2 weeks prior.

There will also be two performances with ticket sales open to the public on Saturday, April 6, 2024 and on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 11:00am. 

About the Show

RUN TIME: approximately 45 minutes

What we’re looking for:

We’re looking for talented and diverse performers who will have a lot of fun bringing this educational play to life for young audiences. We are seeking performers, ages 18 & up, of all ethnicities, gender identities, and abilities for all roles in this production.

The Georgetown Palace desires to be as inclusive as possible and we enthusiastically encourage gender non-conforming, genderqueer, transgender and nonbinary actors to submit to audition for any roles listed. We also seek all races and ethnicities. Our character descriptions on the following pages are gender binary and are written with he/him or she/her. While they are limited in their writing, we hope that anyone who identifies with any of the roles, will come out and audition.


Video-recorded auditions will be accepted until 8:00 PM on Sunday, March 3. Please record yourself performing a 1-2 minute monologue. The origin of the monologue is not important – it does not necessarily need to be from a play. We want to be able to assess your acting, of course, but most importantly, we want to see you being playful and fun, maybe even silly – whatever that means to you.

Sign up HERE


Callbacks will take place at the Doug Smith Performance Center (206 W. 2nd St.) on Tuesday, March 5 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. 

If you would like to audition, but you are not available for callbacks on March 5, please submit an audition video anyway and let us know that you cannot be there for callbacks. We would still like to consider you and may try to work something out. 

If you are called back, you will be notified via email.

Callbacks will consist of cold readings of sides from the script. When you are invited to callbacks, you will also be given access to the available callback materials. 

We will ask everyone to arrive at 12:00 pm, and we will likely dismiss everyone at the same time.


Alicia will begin rehearsals on or around Monday, March 18, 2024. Scripts will be available for pick up before the first rehearsal to those who are offered roles in our production.

Rehearsals are typically held Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm and possibly Saturday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 pm. (There is flexibility in the exact times based on the role and the needs of the director and cast. We will likely not need to rehearse for 6 hours a day every day, but rehearsals do take place during daytime hours). 


Performances are tentatively scheduled for Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:00 am and at NOON, starting on Tuesday, April 2, 2024. Cast members MUST be available for all performance dates and times. However, actual performances are confirmed based on reservations from schools for group field trips. Actual performance dates and times will be confirmed for the cast and crew two weeks prior.

There are also two Saturday performances with ticket sales open to the public on 

April 6, 2024 and April 13, 2024 at 11:00 am. 


Due to the truncated rehearsal period, we will be looking for actors who can provide very few conflicts. Please make sure to notate any and all conflicts that you are aware of on your conflict sheet when filling out your audition form. Adding all of your conflicts after casting could result in your removal of the production. 


Once casting is completed, emails will be sent to the actors that will be offered a role in the production. Once the full cast has accepted, everyone else who auditioned will be notified via email.

**For this TYA show, performers will be paid a stipend of $200.00 for each full week of the rehearsal and performance period. This stipend will be paid at the same amount for all performers regardless of the actual number of rehearsals and/or performances completed per week. 

The total stipend per actor is $1000 (5 weeks @ $200.00 per week). It is paid bi-weekly on the schedule of the organization payroll. The intent is to help offset the cost of reduced availability for other work hours/job opportunities due to the scheduling commitments of daytime rehearsals and performances.**

Health and Safety Protocols: 

Masks are currently optional for all patrons, front of house staff, performers, crew, and musicians during rehearsals and performances.

Everyone should self-monitor for symptoms and stay home if they do not feel well. You should also wear a mask if you have direct exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, and get tested on the 5th day following the exposure.

We’re constantly monitoring and evaluating our policies and will update them based on guidance from the CDC.


The Georgetown Palace Theatre is committed to creating an inclusive and safe environment in which all community members feel a sense of belonging and does not discriminate in casting practices on the basis of an individual’s ethnicity, age, gender, physical and cognitive ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, country of origin, or other factors.  We strongly encourage candidates of all ages, abilities, gender, and ethnicities to audition.

Please see our operatingsStandards at the following link:

Georgetown Palace Operating Standards

Everyone involved with the production must submit to a background check at the Palace’s expense. If you are cast, you will receive a secure link where you can fill it out. There is no cost to you.

The Georgetown Palace Theatre is a 501c3 non-profit organization. 

If you have any questions, please email