Tell us your holiday story!  Give us a personal story that happened during the holidays.  It can be funny, sad, thoughtful, memorable or any combination. A small portion of it must have reference to the Thanksgiving through New Years Holiday Period

Prepare a 5 minute audition of your monologue to present to us

Your full monologue can be up to 12 minutes long

A small portion of it must include the holiday period.  

The event will happen on Giving Tuesday, November 30th.  

Email with the subject "STORY HOUR AUDITION" for a time slot.

You must be fully vaccinated with a vaccine card to audition.

Below is our Story Hour from earlier this year.  Take a look!


​All performances, auditions, and rehearsals take place at
The Theater at Drew United Methodist Church 28 Gleneida Ave., Carmel, NY 10512
unless otherwise noted.

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The Brewster Theater Company
announces AUDITIONS  for its original Holiday Musical Comedy


Written and Directed by Christopher Gladysz
Musical Direction by Melissa Jones

“THE GLORIA AND GRANT HOLDEN HOLIDAY EXTRAVANGANZA - In Living Color” is a spoof of late 1960s television specials. We’re at the taping of the show. It features a musical family and their guests as they prepare to entertain their fans and the masses for the holidays.

Auditions will be held on Sunday, September 19th, from 10am-2pm by appointment only. 
All auditioners must show proof of vaccination in order to audition. 

Please email with your name and phone number to request an audition slot.  
You should prepare an uptempo song or a holiday favorite in your key (please bring the sheet music). You may bring a backing track to play on your phone in lieu of sheet music.
You may be asked to dance a few steps, so wear comfortable clothing.

Performance dates: Nov. 18, 19, 20, 21 (three evenings, two matinees)

Rehearsals will be held on Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays.


GRANT HOLDEN, 30s-60s, crooner and movie star 
GLORIA HOLDEN, 30s-60s, singer who still has pop hits on the radio
LLOYD, the Director, 30s-60s, frazzled and overworked (must sing)
IDGIE, the Stage Manager, she wears sensible shoes (non-singing role)
RUBY RIVERA, 30s-60s, a brassy Vegas headliner
CHLOE CLOVERTON, 20s-30s, wears go-go boots and mini-skirts, can dance extremely well
GIDEON HOLDEN, 12-15, Grant and Gloria’s son, sings
GRETA HOLDEN, 12-15, Grant and Gloria’s daughter, sings
GREGORY HOLDEN, 12-17, Grant and Gloria’s son, sings
BUDDY HEMPHILL, 30s-60s, Borscht Belt comic who sings
TOOTIE GOLD, 30s-60s, a brash comedienne who sings
ENSEMBLE - all ages, but must be strong harmony singers
THE CLOVERETTES - dancers who sing, who back-up Chloe