Ragtime is a story about life in America at the beginning of the 20th century. The show illustrates poignant issues of the day – from immigration, racism and politics to industrialization and social upheaval. Historical figures intermingle with fictional characters. The show focuses on three families – one upper-middle class, white Anglo-Saxon Protestant, one socialist immigrant Jewish and one Harlem Black – whose intersecting lives are influenced by the Ragtime era’s social challenges.


Audition Dates

Thursday, May 15, 2014 beginning at 7:00 PM

Friday, May 16, 2014 beginning at 7:00 PM

Callbacks will be on May 17, 2014. Time TBA.

( Performance: July 17-20, 2014)


What to Prepare

Please prepare one minute of a Broadway song. You may be asked to dance, so please plan accordingly. An accompanist will be provided.



FHS Performing Arts Center

8800 Holden Blvd.

Fairfield, Ohio 45014



All actors must be strong singers. Some must be strong dancers. African-American singers/actors are strongly encouraged to audition.


Roles available:

Mother – age 25-40, alto

Coalhouse Walker, Jr. – age 20-40, baritone

Younger Brother – age 19-30, baritone

Sarah – age 18-30, alto

Tateh – age 25-40, tenor

Father – age 25-45, baritone

Evelyn Nesbitt – age 16-30, soprano

Emma Goldman – age 30-60, alto

Little Boy – age 8-14, tenor

Harry Houdini – age 25-40, tenor

Little Girl – age 8-14, soprano

Grandfather – age 60-85, baritone

Willie Conklin – age 25-45, tenor

Booker T. Washington – age 30-55, baritone

Admiral Peary – age 35-65, baritone

Henry Ford – age 30-55, baritone

J.P. Morgan – age 40 – 65, baritone

Ensemble – singers & singer/dancers of all ages/types

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