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Want to be in a show?

The Pineapple Playhouse always welcomes new talent on our stage. We hold Open Auditions for any interested volunteers in the Treasure Coast area. Whether you are brand new to acting or returning to the stage after a long absence, The Pineapple has a place for you. See upcoming auditions below. Contact the Box Office for more details.

Audition Location

700 W Weatherbee Rd. Fort Pierce, FL 34982

*Unless noted in the audition notice, all auditions take place at the Pineapple Playhouse.

Upcoming Auditions

The Rocky Horror Show


Sept 10 and 11 at 5pm

Director - "Rosey"

The Show:


The Rocky Horror Show is a musical with music, lyrics and book by Richard O'Brien. A humorous tribute to the science fiction and horror B movies of the 1930s through to the early 1960s, the musical tells the story of a newly engaged couple getting caught in a storm and coming to the home of a mad scientist, Dr Frank-N-Furter, unveiling his new creation, a sort of Frankenstein-style monster in the form of an artificially made, fully grown, physically perfect muscle man named Rocky Horror, complete "with blond hair and a tan".

Just sit back and enjoy as your narrator brings you through the events of the night to find out what is to become of our Hero and Heroine. So turn yourself over to absolute pleasure and let's see you at "The Rocky Horror Show"

The Epic Party:

We will also be hosting a Transylvanian Convention Party before each show. It will include Rocky Karaoke, Rocky Trivia, Costume Contest and more. You will be served by our own Pineapple Playhouse's Transylvanians. Party Guests will be personally escorted to the theatre upon showtime, making it a treat to remember forever.

Goodie bags are also available for sale to complete the Rocky experience. As you sit back and enjoy the play that started it all "The Rocky Horror Show".

Important Audition Infomation

Auditions: September 10 and 11  @ 5pm at Pineapple Playhouse 

Callbacks: TBD, if needed

Rehearsals: Rehearsals will begin on Saturday, September 17

Performances: October 21st & 22nd @ 9:30pm, Transylvanian Party @ 7pm

In addition to cold reading from the script, be prepared with the following for the audition:

  • A song from the movie sung by the character you are interested in portraying.  We will provide backtrack music

  • Familiarize yourself with another song in your vocal range as multiple roles will be considered for you

Character Descriptions

We will be auditioning for All Parts as follows (in Order of Appearance):

Trixie (The Usherette) - Featured: Mezzo-Soprano

Brad Majors (A Hero) - Lead: Tenor or Baritone

Janet Weiss (A Heroine) - Lead: Mezzo-Soprano

Dr. Frank 'N' Furter (Mad Scientist) - Lead: Baritone

The Criminologist (An Expert) - Supporting: Any range

Riff Raff (The Handyman) - Supporting: Tenor

Columbia (A Groupie) - Supporting: Mezzo-Soprano

Magenta (A Rival Domestic) - Supporting: Mezzo-Soprano or Alto

Rocky Horror (A Creation) - Supporting: Tenor

Eddie (Ex-Delivery Boy) - Supporting: Baritone

Doctor Scott (A Rival Scientist) - Supporting: Baritone

Phantoms (The Transylvanians) - Ensemble: Any range

We are also looking for Musicians. If interested please email the director at

If you can't make one of our audition dates, please contact the Director at:

Phone #: (772) 359-8135

to schedule a separate audition

Who's in Bed with the Butler


Sept 18, 19, and 20 at 7pm

Director - Pat Holerger
Assistant Director - Heather Kilbreth
Tech support - John Luchka

One of the best American farces!

A California billionaire bequeaths nearly all his assets to his only daughter, Constance, except what he left for his three lovers. Hilarity erupts as Constance arrives at her father’s mansion to discover that his cars, yacht, and art collection have disappeared. The elderly, deaf housekeeper has a pet rat, and the butler has hired an actress to play his wife? Is the butler behind all the shenanigans? 

Important Audition Infomation

Auditions: September 18, 19, 20  at 7:00pm in Pineapple Playhouse Green Room

Rehearsals: Rehearsals will begin on Monday, September 26 

Tech rehearsals: October 25 - 27 & October 31 - November 1

Performances: November 3 – 6 & November 10 - 13

Please be prepared for Cold Reading from the script

Character Descriptions

Agnes - housekeeper who is deaf and wears a hearing aid and has a pet rat.  

Clifton - the butler with a complex personality, schemer and a scoundrel. 


Susie - an actress hired to be Clifton's wife. She has to have enthusiam. She alot of jumping and climbing on things. Bright, perky, quick witted and resourceful.

Constance - only child. She is all business-like, severe, dowdy yet finally kind and tender.

Roy Vance - Constance's attorney scheming, untrustworthy, greedy and malicious.

William Davis - the private detective hired by Roy Vance.  He is sympathetic, funny, extreme, and a natural clown.

Renee - a voluptuous French beauty who spends the entire play in amorous pursuit of Clifton. Sexy seductive, determined to the end.

Josephine - second of the three bimbos. She is very English. Pretty, sophisticated, well educated and articulate.

Marjorie - the quintessential California girl. Beautiful, athletic, outgoing and calculating.

If you can't make one of our audition dates, please contact the Director at:

to schedule a separate audition

The Broads of Broadway


September 25 at 5pm, September 26 at 6pm

Director - Tom "Rosey" Rosenberger
Choreographer - Mia Comparetto

From Sophie Tucker to the birth of the blues, "The Broads of Broadway" is a sassy, brassy, classy revue of the best of Broadway musicals.  Chock full of songs from Phantom of the Opera, Funny Girl, The Wiz, Jersey Boys, er ... make that Jersey Girls ... and many more, the show serves up great fun and good humor.

The Master of Ceremonies (a la Cabaret) and a Phyllis Diller clone provide a side order of comic relief.  And "Broads" dishes up plenty of opportunities to sing along.

Local talent abounds in this upbeat revue that also peeks at the milieu  surrounding the music:  Lincoln Center;  Fats Waller's world; the gay Paree of La Cage Aux Folles -- even a visit to Tsarist Russia via violin.

Feel-good songs guarantee the audience will exit on a high note humming a favorite tune.

Important Audition Infomation


  • Sunday, September 25th from 5-8 p.m. Pineapple Playhouse Theater

  • Monday, September 26th from 6-8 p.m. Room 5 Fairlawn Church, 3003 Rhode Island,  Fort Pierce

  • Note the change of location for Monday's auditions

Rehearsals:   To be announced at auditions, generally weekday evenings

Performances:  3 performances, December 2 - 4

Audition requirements:

  • Come prepared to sing 2 songs from Broadway musical(s) that show off your vocal abilities

  • Provide your own background music or sing a capella

  • If auditioning for our Phyllis Diller clone, come prepared with a 1-2 minute comedic monologue

Character Descriptions

Performers - we are looking for "sassy, brassy, or classy" local singers.  

Phyllis Diller -  If you can channel this icon, come audition!   

If you can't make one of our audition dates, please contact the Director at:


to schedule a separate audition

The Odd Couple (Female Version)


Nov 6 and 7 at 7pm

Director - Josef Long
Asst. Director/Stage Manager - Toni Cinetti

Unger and Madison are at it again! Florence Unger and Olive Madison, that is, in Neil Simon's hilarious contemporary comic classic: the female version of The Odd Couple.

Important Audition Infomation

Auditions: November 6 and 7 at 7:00 PM in the Pineapple Playhouse Greenroom.  

Rehearsals are generally weekday evenings.  

The show is divided into French scenes to give Cast Members as much time off as possible

Tech Rehearsal-December 21 and 22

Full Run thru begin December 27

Full Dress January 3 and 4

Auditions will be reading from the following pages:

  •  7 thru 15…. Sylvie, Mickey, Renee, Vera, Olive

  • 21 thru 26…. Sylvie, Mickey, Renee, Vera, Olive, Florence

  • 29 thru 34…. Olive and Florence

  • 45 thru 48…. Florence and Olive

  • 56 thru 59…. Florence, Olive, Manolo, Jesus

  • 62 thru 67…. Florence, Manolo, Jesus

Scripts will be available at the audition.

Character Descriptions

Olive Madison, age 30+ Olive is a successful television producer. She is intelligent, attractive and wisecracking, with a good sense of humor – and she’s a complete slob when it comes to her surroundings. She has an encyclopedic understanding of sports, is a complete pushover for her ex-husband, and a good friend. 

Florence Unger, age 30+ Florence is attractive, very well groomed, neat and has just broken up with her husband. She takes herself very seriously, likes to clean, decorate and cook and is very good at all three. Flo is also intelligent, warm-hearted (in her own way), and has no sense of humor (at least about herself) – she does NOT make jokes. She can also, without meaning to, make Olive feel guilty. 

Sylvie, age 30+ Sylvie is desperately trying to stop smoking, and so sucks on lollipops or chews gum. She can get irritated with her friends, but has a good sense of humor, especially about her husband. 

Mickey, age 30+ Mickey is a police officer, who is down-to-earth, plain talking, and has a good understanding of people. Sometimes she can take the “police bit” too far and she tries very hard to be in control of all situations. 

Renee, age 30+ Renee is Sylvie’s best friend. She can be very plain-spoken, especially when she points out Olive’s failings as a hostess, and then Flo’s. She is single and dating a doctor. 

Vera, age 30+ Vera is very sweet, very nice, somewhat spacey, and, although quite smart, is often a step or two behind her friends. She’s very funny but doesn’t realize it. She is married to Harry. 

Manolo Costazuela, age 30-40 Manolo is handsome, very well groomed, and Spanish. He is every woman’s dreamdate and showers both Olive and Flo with attention. He must have good comic timing, as he gets VERY emotional. He is sensitive and appreciates Florence’s sensitivity. 

Jesus Costazuela, age 30-40 Jesus is Manolo’s younger brother, who is also very handsome, well-groomed, excellent posture, very romantic, and he also gets very emotional, and truly appreciates Florence.

The ages are 30 or up, if you are younger or older and can look the part of 30 something then by all means audition, we are looking for talent not the correct age.

If you can't make one of our audition dates, please contact the Director at:

to schedule a separate audition

1st Annual One Act Play Festival
      4 Plays (to be announced 12/3)

Performance: February 11th

Audition Dates: December 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th

Wait until Dark

Performances: March 2nd - 12th         

Audition Dates: January 8th, 9th and 10th

Steel Magnolias

Performances: April 20th - 30th         

Audition Dates: March 5th, 6th and 7th

*Audition dates and times are subject to change.
Please be sure to check here and our Facebook page for up to date details. 

Future Auditions