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Now that our 2023 Season has been announced, it's time to talk AUDITIONS! 


January 22 & January 23 | 7 pm

Location - Scenic Theater | 6 Depot St. | Pittsfield, NH



We will need 13 Men & Women for this production, so spread the word to your friends and family!


Christopher Boone (Male 15+). Christopher Boone is an English teenager who is an outsider due to his unique perception of the world, which he sees in surprising and revealing ways. He notices things in minute detail yet has difficulty understanding social and emotional cues and difficulty empathizing with others. From a diagnostic point of view, he is probably on the autism spectrum and exhibits some behavior that might be characterized as having Asperger’s Syndrome, though what is most important is that he is different. Deeply intelligent and sensitive. He must be physically very fit and agile. English accent.

Ed Boone/Others (Male 35-55). Christopher’s father; estranged from his wife, Judy and struggling as a single parent trying to raise his son the best he can. A working class man. Proud, gruff, and brusque, he is unable to convey his emotions and feelings but loves his son deeply. English accent appropriate to working middle class.

Judy Boone/Others (Female 35-55). Christopher’s mother; estranged from her husband, is a secretary and is a working class woman with a tough exterior who has no support system to raise her son. English accent appropriate to working middle class.

Siobhan/Others (Female, 25-49). Christopher’s teacher and mentor, the only person in Christopher’s life with an understanding of his situation. She strives to teach Christopher how society works and how to behave within its guidelines. Constantly negotiating around Christopher’s anger, she is professional, warm, caring, calm, gentle and self-possessed and also sensitive to his strained relationship with his father. She often serves as the narrator of Christopher’s story and of his feelings; English or Irish or Welsh or Scottish accent.

Mrs. Shears/Others (Female, 35-59). Mrs. Shears is Roger’s ex-wife and Christopher’s neighbor. She is rough around the edges and furious at the world as a result of being betrayed and abandoned by her husband. Worn out by life, disappointed, haggard. English accent appropriate to class.

Mrs. Gascoyne/ Others (Female, 35-59) is the headmistress of the school for special needs children that Christopher attends; condescending and lacking in sensitivity, nuance and imagination. English accent appropriate to class.

Roger shears/Others (Male, 35-59) Roger Shears is Mrs. Shears’ ex-husband, a middle class man who works at a bank. Has left his wife as a result of his relationship with Judy. Doesn’t have a clue or any interest in understanding Christopher. English accent appropriate to class.

Duty Sergeant/Others (Male 35-59) Duty Sergeant is a local Swindon desk sergeant (policeman) who releases Christopher to Ed’s custody after Christopher’s been arrested. Firm, experienced, tough but fair-minded. English accent appropriate to class.

Mrs. Alexander/ Others (Female, 60-79)

Reverend Peters/ Station Policeman/Others (Male, 40-59)

Policeman 1/Mr. Thompson/ Man with Socks/ Others (Male, 20-36)

No. 40/ Information/ Punk Girl/ Others (Female, 20-36)


Fifteen-year-old math whiz Christopher Boone lives with his divorced dad in Swinton, a working-class town west of London. After being falsely accused of killing a neighbor’s dog, Christopher—who is brilliant but has difficulty dealing with the sounds and stresses of everyday life—decides to investigate the crime.


The secrets he unearths prompt him to leave his trusted teacher and the familiar streets of his hometown for a life-changing train trip to London.

Based on Mark Haddon’s best-selling 2003 novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a thrilling and heartwarming adventure story featuring an unforgettable young hero.

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"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"

Director | Meggin Dail 

Audition Dates | January 22 &  January 23 at 7 pm

Show Dates | March 23 - 26 2023

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