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 Man of La Mancha

by Dale Wasserman   Lyrics by Joe Darion and Music My Mitch Leigh

Man of La Manch

Sunday September 8th at 1:00 P.M.  and Monday, September 9th at 6:30 P.M.

Directed by: Ralph Maffongelli and Musical Director: Janice Westphal


Preparation:  All roles are available. Those interested in auditioning should plan to attend both audition dates listed above.  Monday will be considered call backs.  Reading will be done from the script.    Please bring a prepared song, in the style of the show.  Music selection no longer than 2 minutes.  Bring sheet music in the correct key.  Pianist will be provided.  

Please bring any/all known conflicts. 


Show Synopsis:

Inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’ seventeenth-century masterpiece Don Quixote, MAN OF LA MANCHA is one of the most successful musicals in Broadway history. Powerful, brutal, hilarious, and heartbreaking, MAN OF LA MANCHA celebrates the perseverance of a dying old man who refuses to relinquish his ideals or his passion. The celebrated score includes “The Impossible Dream,” “I, Don Quixote,” “Dulcinea,” “I Really Like Him,” “Little Bird,” and “To Each His Dulcinea.”

 Character List:  14 Strong Actors required

  • Don Quixote
  • Sancho
  • Aldonza
  • Padre
  • Antonia
  • Housekeeper
  • The Governor/Innkeeper
  • The Duke/Dr. Corrosco
  • Captain of the Inquisition
  • Prisoner #1 - Horse, Pedro, Knight of Mirrors
  • Prisoner #2 - Horse, Muleteer, Knight of Mirror, Moorish Pimp
  • Prisoner #3 - Guard, Anselmo, Barber
  • Prisoner #4 - Maria, Moorish Girl
  • Prisoner #5 - Fermina, Moorish Girl 

This show has 7 Performances and runs November 1, 2, 3 and 8, 9, 10, 2019  (2 shows on Saturday, November 9th)  Show will be staged in the round. 


Other Upcoming Auditions:


Murder Mystery - MURDER ME ALWAYS

By Lee Mueller


Monday September 23, 2019 starting at 6:30 pm

Directed by Jim and Susan Johnson


Preparation:  Auditions will consist of reading from the script.  No need to prepare any materials.  All roles available.  Please bring any/all known conflicts.  Rehearsals will be held in Sheboygan three evenings a week until Tech Week.  (Nov. 11, 2019)  Tech Week and Performance are at Memories

Actors wishing  to preview an electronic copy of the script should email Jim Johnson at  



During a very bad performance of the play "Murder Me Always" , an actual murder takes place off stage. The Director is shot. The "fake" murder mystery play comes to a screeching halt and a "real" murder mystery begins. 
It seems that the "Murder Mystery Murderer" is on the loose and has struck again.
Luckily, Detective Joe Mamet, a Raymond Chandler Pulp type gumshoe was on a stakeout in the audience.  Detective Mamet rises to the occasion to begin an investigation into this real mystery.  Could it be that one of these very bad actors is really a very bad person?
Will this "real" murder mystery be any better than the fake one? Is art imitating life? Is the play really the thing?
Is this the original play that went wrong? 


Character List

  • Director - the director of the "fake"* play, has a wee bit of a temper and somewhat 'controlling' but can reverse gears and pour on the charm in an instant. Killed on P. 7
  • Wanda Hawthorne - the Femme Fatale character of the "fake" play and somewhat the same type of character in the "real" play. Can be stern and sweet.
  • Fritz Fontaine - appears to be a typical pompous actor who must have his way
  • Henry- a bumbling forgetful type. An older actor who never really has his lines down and is never quite sure where he is suppose to be or when he is supposed to be there.
  • Trixie- the assistant director who is in reality a policewoman. She is very eager to please but also contains an edge to her that will not take 'guff' from anyone.
  • Muffy- a spoiled rich girl who overacts on stage and overacts in life. When she was a child, she would stomp her foot and have a tantrum to get her way. Would still do that now if she could get away with it.
  • Blake- the male version of Muffy in some aspects but a little more devious and shady.
  • Detective Joe Mamet- a crime fighter lifted right out of a 1940's detective novel. Most likely gets assigned this kind of case because his department doesn't want him dealing with the public too much. He may frighten them with his picturesque and dated dialogues.
  • Drew Graham- Probably got into acting because he couldn't find a rock band to hire him. Thought he could meet girls by doing "Community Theatre". Drew is not the sharpest tool in the shed.
  • Dolores- somewhat of the typical plain Jane -librarian type. Her only social life would be acting in plays. Probably has a lot of cats at home.
  • Cab Driver- typical cab driver i.e. may have a New York accent. This part also requires some interaction with the audience. It is important that whoever plays this role can ad lib and think on their feet.


We are always looking for behind the scenes volunteers. Whether you have experience or just a passion for learning, we'd love to have you.

Looking for:

  • Directors
  • Actors
  • Sound Techs
  • Light Techs
  • Stage/Props Managers
  • Scripts

Please contact Memories directly at (262) 284-6850 or email Joe Feustel at:

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