Disney's Beauty & the Beast (2017)

About Casting @ WFT

Wheelock Family Theatre at Boston University, as an Equal Opportunity Employer, recognizes the need for expanding the participation of artists who have been historically underrepresented on stage due to race, ethnicity, disability, gender expression, and sexual orientation. We endeavor to cast these individuals in roles where race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or the presence or absence of a disability is not germane and in which their identities align with those of a character.

Wheelock Family Theatre pledges to produce and celebrate theater that is representative of, and centers characters as well as actors who share the diverse and intersectional identities as those that exist within our audiences.

This season actors will need to be vaccine compliant with Boston University’s Covid-19 vaccine policies. View the full policy here.

Check back soon for updates on upcoming audition opportunities.

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If you have questions about auditions please email Nick Vargas, Associate Artistic Director, at


Wheelock Family Theatre annually attends StageSource auditions and posts all audition opportunities through their website. Learn more at

The Taste of Sunrise (2015)

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    Wheelock Family Theatre is seeking both adult AEA/EMC/Non-union actors and youth actors ages 9 to 18 for our spring 2022 production of Make Way For Ducklings.

    • Click here to view the audition fact sheet.
    • Click here to view the rehearsal/performance calendar, subject to change.

    Actors are asked to submit a video audition of material from the show.

    • Click here to view the audition materials including instructions on what to prepare and how to submit.

    All audition videos should be submitted by Tuesday, December 21st.

    Please don’t worry about formatting/editing the video in any particular way – we’re interested in seeing your talent and creativity in the material and not in your video skills.