2022-2023 AUDITIONS:

Head Over Heels 

Songs by The Go-Go's

Conceived and Original Book by Jeff Whitty, Book Adapted by James Magruder

Based on "The Arcadia" by Sir Philip Sydney

Director: Trinidad Snider

Musical Director: Jordan Cooper

Choreographer: Kristy Cruz

Stage Manager: Whitney Miller

Assistant Stage Manager: Emily Brady

"No matter where you go, here you are..."

When Renaissance meets Rock & Roll, the most unforeseeable things can and doth happen! Head Over Heels is an unpredictable, frolicsome tale about a royal family that embarks on a quest to prevent an oracles' prediction of their downfall. Their pilgrimage is filled with mistaken identities, jealous lovers, sexual awakening, scandal, and self-discovery, where everything (and everyone) is not quite what it seems. This jovial love story is set to the music of the iconic 1980’s all-female rock band The Go-Go’s, including the hit songs, “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “Vacation,” Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth” and “Mad About You.”Produced by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing. (

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This show contains mature themes related to sexuality and gender, inferred strong language and innuendo, suggestive depictions of intimate acts, and some violence.


BASILIUS – King of Arcadia. A sexy, good old boy. A hothead, but not a despot. Blindly thinks Arcadia is doing great under his masculine rule, which will be sorely tested during the course of the show. Male Identifying. Vocal Range: Tenor

GYNECIA – Queen of Arcadia. Sexy, wise, beautiful. Like any longstanding spouse, she knows how to get her way with her husband when push comes to shove. Female Identifying. Vocal Range: Alto

PAMELA – Basilius and Gynecia's older daughter. Confident and obsessed with her appearance. Known to be the most beautiful bachelorette throughout Arcadia. Queer Femme Identifying. Vocal Range Mezzo-Soprano with belt.

PHILOCLEA – Basilius and Gynecia's younger daughter. Shy and a "good girl," she yearns to follow her heart rather than obey her father's orders. Female Identifying. Vocal Range: Soprano with belt.

DAMETAS – The King’s viceroy; father to Mopsa. Male Identifying. Vocal Range Tenor, Baritone, Bass

MOPSA – Handmaiden to Pamela. Warm, skeptical. Growing up without a mother has made her wise beyond her years about everyone and everything, which is why she is the (sometimes) narrator of the show. Queer Femme Identifying. Vocal Range: Mezzo-Soprano with belt.

MUSIDORUS – A young shepherd who courts after Philoclea. A very offbeat hero who is great with physical comedy. Male Identifying Vocal Range: Tenor

PYTHIO – The Oracle; powerful, mysterious. Demanding. Great sense of humor--can see through everyone--they are the Oracle of Delphi, after all. Non-Binary Vocal Range: Alto or high Tenor

ENSEMBLE – Unique, charismatic individuals that inhabit the kingdom of Arcadia. Great Dancers. Vocal Range: All


Auditions will be held on Sunday, January 29, from 6 PM to 9 PM and Monday, January 30, and Tuesday, January 31, from 7 PM to 10 PM.  Registration is required. It is a group experience of improvisation, characterization, and movement. Anyone auditioning is required to stay for the entire time listed.  


Callbacks are scheduled for Saturday, February 4 from 10 AM to 4 PM. You will be notified in advance if we would like you to attend callbacks.


  • Cast members are expected to make rehearsals a priority in the 8 weeks this show rehearses and for the 9 performances. 
  • Any known rehearsal or performance conflicts need to be communicated to the Stage Manager and/or Director immediately at your audition.


  • The first week of rehearsals will be from Sunday, February 26th - Thursday, April 12th.   
  • General rehearsal days for Head Over Heels will be on Sundays - Wednesdays (depending on conflicts)
  • Rehearsal times will vary.  A weekly schedule will be distributed by Thursday of every week.
  • Generally, rehearsals are: Sundays, 12 PM to 10 PM (Typically a four-hour range that will vary depending on conflicts), Mondays – Wednesdays, 7 PM to 10 PM
  • Closer to the opening of the show, typically tech week, rehearsals may be extended on some days but they will not run past 11:00 PM
  • You may be a part of the Dry Tech Rehearsal on Saturday, April 15th.

Dress/Tech Week

Attendance is required during dress rehearsal week.

  • Sunday, April 16th is Marathon Sunday, an extended rehearsal from 12 PM to 10 PM for all cast, staff, and crew.  
  • Tech Week and Dress rehearsals are scheduled for Monday – Thursday, April 17th - 20th.  All dress rehearsal dates are MANDATORY.  Cast and staff are expected to be at the theater from 6 PM to 11 PM on each of these days.


  • The cast is expected to be at the theater on Friday and Saturday performance nights at 6:00 pm and on Sundays at 12:30 pm.
  • Performances are April 21, 22, 28, 29, 30, and May 4, 5, 6, and 7.
  • Curtain times Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are at 7:30 pm and Sunday at 2 pm


Please note that Sunday, January 30th is completely filled and we will no longer be accepting registrations for this day.  Thank you!

Monday, January 30, 7 PM - 10 PM
Tuesday, January 31, 7 PM - 10 PM

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