WAITRESS - Lulu Audition

WAITRESS, the Tony nominated musical will be launching its National Tour at the Connor Palace Theatre on Tuesday, October 17, for a limited engagement and is looking for two young girls to perform the role of “Lulu” during the three-week run.

The character of “Lulu” is a sweet and carefree 4 to 5-year-old who appears in the production’s
finale scene. 

Audition Information

The audition will consist of the child reading two lines from the show. Parents should bring a current head shot and resume (if available) along with all contact information to the audition. Auditions will begin at 10AM and occur on a first come, first seen basis; no appointments will be taken.

When: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 10am

Where: Gund Dance Studio at IdeaCenter at Playhouse Square (1375 Euclid Ave. in Downtown Cleveland)

Who: Girls ages 4-5, no older than 5 years and 3 months. Those eligible for trying out may be no taller than 4'2"


How early should I arrive with my child for the audition?

Signups will begin at 10AM. Please do not arrive any earlier than that. We will take auditions in the order in which you are signed up. 

Will I stay with my child or drop them off? What will I do while my child is auditioning?

You will stay with your child at the Idea Center. We do not anticipate each child’s audition to take very long; however, if there are several children signed up to audition ahead of you it may take some time to get to your child. Please plan to potentially spend up to two hours at the audition. 

Where should I park?

Playhouse Square has a parking garage located on Chester Avenue (between 13th and 17th Street, across from the Greyhound bus station), which accepts cash or credit cards. There are also many surface lots in the area and possibly some street parking. Visit playhousesquare.org/parking for more information. 


What should we bring with us to the audition?

Please bring a current head shot and resume, if available. You will be asked to provide contact information and sign a promotional release at the audition.


Who decides which actresses will be cast?

All casting decisions are made by company representing WAITRESS.

What should my child wear?

Whatever they are comfortable wearing. The costume is denim overalls and a t-shirt. 

How long will the audition last?

10-15 minutes. 

When will we be notified of receiving the part?

Production office will contact the parent or guardian by phone or email within two weeks of audition.