Auditions - The Bridges of Madison County

Auditions - The Bridges of Madison County

Posted by Footlite Musicals

Posted: Jun, 02, 2016


 Indianapolis, IN, Unknown

Audition dates for The Bridges of Madison County have been announced. If you have any questions please contact Tim Spradlin at

Audition dates for The Bridges Of Madison County will be December 3rd and 4th at Footlite Musicals at 7 PM. Please bring a prepared song (songs from the show are acceptable in the show key.) No dance audition.

The show runs 11 performances over three weekends, from March 2 thru March 18.

Producer​​​ Jeff Farley
Director​​​ Tim Spradlin
Music Director​​ Levi Burke
Conductor​​​ Levi Burke
Tech Director​​ Jerry Beasly
Stage Manager​​ Amanda Lane
Lighting Designer​ Corbyn Capshaw
Costumer Lynn Sanders
Choreographer Anne Chesser Martin
Props Carol Kirk

Cast Size: Medium 25
Cast Type: Mixed Ages
Dance Requirements: Minimal to none

Character Breakdown

A beautiful Italian woman, generous, luminous, and funny, now married to a farmer and living in Iowa.
Gender: female (legitimate soprano)
Age: 40 to 50

Richard “Bud” Johnson
Francesca’s husband. An Iowa farmer, a good guy, diligent and dependable, A true family man and strict father.
Gender: male
Age: 40 to 55 (high baritone)

Robert Kincaid
A ruggedly handsome, worldly, visionary photographer.
Gender: male
Age: 40 to 55 (high baritone/tenor)

Robert’s former wife, a musician.
Gender: female
Age: 25 to 40 (mezzo soprano) has a beautiful song.

Francesca and Bud’s son
Gender: male
Age: needs to age from 16 to 20 (high baritone/tenor)

Francesca and Bud’s daughter
Gender: female
Age: needs to age from 14 to 18 (mezzo soprano)

Francesca’s neighbor, sassy and nosy, clearly the comic relief.
Gender: female
Age: 45 to 60 (hi alto/mezzo) Has a wonderful sassy song.

Marge’s husband. He is a good old boy with a great sense of humor.
Gender: male
Age: 50 to 70 (baritone)

Looking for an ensemble of 16. The way the show works is the ensemble moves the sets right on stage in full light and become part of the moving picture. The ensemble is also in several towns scenes and flashback scenes. This would be a great show for someone who does not prefer to dance although we will be doing some square dancing. (Will be lots of fun) if you are a singer with limited dance skill and no interest in a lot of acting this is the ensemble for you. Should not be a huge rehearsal schedule for the ensemble.

This show is an Indianapolis premier and is one of the most romantic musicals ever written. Music by Jason Robert Brown.