Collierville Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Year.


Performances August 3-5, 2018 
Directors: Matt and Ashley Morgan
Music Director: Justin Pepper
Choreographer: Beatrice Davis
Location:The Harrell Theatre


Greetings citizens! We sincerely appreciate your patience with us! Our youngest had a kidney infection that demanded our undivided attention. Casting is something we take very seriously, and we wanted to be able to devote full energy to it as well. Below is the long anticipated cast list for Spamalot Young@Part! We had a tremendous amount of talent and casting was very difficult.
Please accept or decline your role by emailing Dr. Ash at by June 5th! We look forward to this crazy adventure with all of you!

Auditions For

Performances October 19-21, 2018(possible Oct 26-28)
Director: Ashley  Bugg Brown
Music Director: Tammy Holt
Choreographer: Christi Hall
Location:The Harrell Theatre



More information coming soon.

Auditions for our Fall 2018 production of Godspell will be Sunday June 24th 5-8

with call backs(if needed) Monday, June 25th from 4-6

Performances will be October 19-21, 2018 with possible holdover for 2nd weekend Oct 26-28

Sensory Friendly Performance Saturday October 20th 10AM

Must be available both weekends.  



Audition Requirements



Instructions for audition sides:

Except for the roles of Jesus and John The Baptist/Judas, This is an ensemble show-which means most everyone is on together and different songs will be divided up throughout the cast. Make sure to learn excerpts in the key written.  Ms. Tammy will be at auditions to play accompaniment for music auditions.  

The only character specific excerpts are assigned for Jesus, John the Baptist/Judas. 

Those auditioning for Jesus or John must prepare both excerpts assigned to them.

Those auditioning for Judas must prepare his assigned excerpt PLUS one more ensemble excerpt of choice.

All other sides for any other roles are labeled ensemble and numbered 1-5. These are all gender neutral excerpts. Those auditioning should prepare TWO of their choice. 


What's Childhood Without a Little Drama?