Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts frequently holds auditions for actors and musicians. Check this page regularly to stay up to date on opportunities.


The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is pleased to announce auditions for youth/teens for:

  1. It’s next Wagon Wheel JR Production. This Halloween themed show (to be determined after the auditions) promises to be another SPOOKtacular production!
  2. It’s professional holiday show of the world’s best-loved family musical, Annie. Casting the roles of Annie and the orphans. Females age 9 to 15.

Both shows will be auditioned at the same time. Simply fill out the form when you arrive stating which show or shows you wish to be considered for. You can audition for just the WWJR Show, Annie, or both! Dates, Location, and information below. Please be certain to double check all rehearsal dates and performances (link below). Due to limited time constraints, we cannot accommodate multiple conflicts. For more information email us at

  • When: Saturday August 17th, 2019
    • Ages 9-11 at 10:00 a.m.
    • Ages 12-18 at 11:30 a.m.
    • Callbacks for Annie will take place at 1 pm.
  • Where: Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts Lobby: 2515 E. Center St.; Warsaw, IN. 46580
  • What: No need to prepare anything! We will teach you a short song. Girls asked to stay for callbacks for Annie will be singing selections from the show.

*NEW OPPORTUNITY*: We are excited to expand opportunities for local youth in our WWJR productions by offering a non-performance role as Assistant Stage Manager (ASM). The ASM will assist the stage manager at every rehearsal and performances with organizing props and scenery, script prompting, preparing the stage/rehearsal hall, cleaning, etc. This volunteer position is available to anyone in grades 7-12. This is another wonderful way to get involved in theatre! If interested, please email Jennifer Dow,

To get the latest WWJR class and audition information, please contact: and you will be added to our database.  We  send out emails as soon as the latest information is released.   Please use subject ADD in the email.

The Wagon Wheel Theatre, a professional Non-Equity theatre in Warsaw, Indiana, is seeking an immediate replacement for the role of Mike Ferris in its production of Hands on a Hardbody. Directed by Scott Michaels. Contract runs from August 1- August 24, 2019. Pay is $325 per week plus housing.

Mike Ferris– boyishly handsome, questionable ethics, works at the car dealership; tenor, Eb3-Bb4.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to submit.


The Wagon Wheel Theatre, a professional Non-Equity theatre in Warsaw, Indiana, is taking submissions for its production of The Rocky Horror Show Directed by Scott Michaels. Contract runs from August 20-September 8, 2019. Pay is $400 per week plus housing.

Riff Raff– strong rock tenor, high B, an eccentric butler of Dr. Frank ‘N’ Furter.
Eddie/Dr. Scott: rock tenor, high F#, a freeze-dried delivery guy who rocks, a rumpled scientist, high school tutor of Brad and Janet, in a wheelchair, strong character actor with amazing comedic timing, any physical type, German accent.
Ensemble members: male and female singer/dancers to play Phantoms.

Please submit a head shot/resume along with a short vocal reel in the style of the show or role you want to be considered for to:
If you auditioned for us this year at any of our locations OR submitted and want to be considered, please email us again to confirm interest/availability.

For submissions and/or questions contact:

Check back soon for upcoming Symphony of the Lakes auditions.

Center Street Community Theatre announces plans for a Fall 2019 production of Lend Me A Tenor by Ken Ludwig. Performances are scheduled for October 3-6 at Wagon Wheel Center For The Arts. The show will be directed by Melissa Jordan.


Auditions are open to adults in the community and will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. July 8th and 9th in the basement fellowship hall of Warsaw First United Methodist Church. Callbacks will be scheduled if necessary on July 11th, at the same time and location. The cast of Lend Me A Tenor is comprised of four men and four women of varying ages. Audition format will be “cold reading,” in which participants read directly from the script, rather than preparing monologues. 


World-renowned tenor Tito Merelli has signed on to play Otello at a Cleveland opera company in the fall of 1934. He arrives late and after a set of hilarious mishaps, passes out after mixing wine with a huge dose of tranquilizers. Believing that the divo is dead, the excitable opera manager convinces his hapless assistant, an aspiring singer named Max, to suit up as the famous tenor and replace Merelli. Meanwhile, the tenor’s jealous wife, his ambitious female co-star, Max’s young girlfriend and the flirtatious head of the opera guild are on the scene fighting—sometimes literally—for the star’s attention.

Those interested in finding more about the upcoming production or auditions can visit the group’s Facebook page at, or email them at

About Center Street Community Theatre:

The Center Street Community Theatre is a non-sectarian organization dedicated to stimulating and maintaining local interest and participation in the theatre arts.  For more information, visit