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Charlie & The Chocolate Factory is Diamond Head Theatre’s next production. Shows are scheduled from July 22 to August 7 with a possible extension until August 14. Contact Mathias Maas at to schedule an audition date and time.

Direction: Mathias Maas | Musical Direction: Jenny Shiroma | Choreography: Aubrey Lee Staley

Come prepared with sheet music in a Broadway style, in the correct key, no a’cappella, no onsite transpositions. An accompanist will be provided.


Friday, June 3 starting at 6 pm. A dance audition will only be given at a possible callback.

Saturday, June 4 starting at 6 pm. A dance audition will only be given at possible callback

Sunday, June 5 starting at 2 pm. Auditions on this date will ONLY be for the role of Charlie and Oompa Loompas. There will be a dance audition on this date, so please come with appropriate footwear and clothes that allow for movement.

A possible call back will be held on Sunday evening, June 5.You will be contacted if you need to attend the callback.

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What to Bring to Audition. Bring all possible rehearsal conflict dates with you when you are called in for your audition. First Day of Rehearsal is Monday, June 6. You must be fully vaccinated to audition and cast in this production. Must present your vaccination card (actual card, copy, or photo on phone) to the Stage Manager.


The world-famous Willy Wonka is opening the gates to his mysterious factory…but only to a lucky few. Young Charlie Bucket and four other golden ticket winners will embark on a life-changing journey through Wonka’s world of pure imagination including chocolate waterfalls, nutty squirrels and the great glass elevator, all to be revealed by Wonka’s army of curious Oompa-Loompas.

Based on the famous novel by Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features an original score composed by Marc Shaiman with lyrics by Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray) and a book by David Greig. The score also pays homage to the Leslie Bricusse/Anthony Newley score from the 1971 film with songs from the motion picture including “Candy Man,” “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket,” “Oompa Loompa Song,” and “Pure Imagination.”

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Any Age, the sly, charming, eternally youthful star of the show; lithe, eccentric, and remarkably physical; must have the ability to be filled with boundless energy and be physically light on their feet; has a larger than life persona that can go from charming and comical, to magically mysterious and dark.

Under 5’ tall, sweet, smart, hopeful and loving; a boy with wonderful innocence and vulnerability; honest actor and an excellent singer with a naturally innocent, unchanged voice.

Impish; remarkably physical (dance skills a plus); he is Charlie’s imaginative, fun, kind and loving grandfather; after many years being confined to a bed, his childish energy returns when Charlie finds the Golden Ticket.

Charlie’s warm and kind-hearted mother; a worrier; generous and loving; great dancer; a distinctive pop/folk voice.

Augustus’s German, moronic, Wagnerian mother; a huge presence with a huge voice; mirthlessly smiles as though it were affixed to the front of her face.

15-25, youthful adult male, to play a nine to twelve-year-old boy; rampantly over-active; speaks with a German accent.

Veruca’s goofy, eccentric, distracted, hilarious father; finds it impossible to say no, giving in to every ridiculous demand his daughter makes.

15-25, youthful adult female to play a nine to twelve-year-old girl; vicious and beautiful; must be an excellent dancer and/or gymnast, able to dance not only classical ballet, but also tear herself to shreds; comic actress with a character singing/screaming voice.

Violet’s ineffectual father; ignores his back-talking, insult-hurling daughter; dancer with a soul/pop/R&B voice; beat-boxing skills a plus.

15-25, youthful adult female to play a nine to twelve-year-old girl; she has a huge pop/R&B; voice, as well as amazing hip-hop dance skills; confident, forward, and full of attitude.

She needs tranquilizers to get through the day and deal with her outrageous son; tense, extreme, and hilarious.

15-25, youthful adult male to play a nine to twelve-year-old boy; a fireplug with a ridiculous amount of energy; square, powerful, and terrifying; a voice that cuts through steel.

Under 5 feet tall and at least 8 years old, singing, dancing, multi-dimensional creatures that partake in the joys of candy-making, and moralizing of human family dynamics.

Grandpa George, Grandma Josephine, Grandma Georgina, Cherry, Jerry, Mrs. Green, Squirrels, etc.

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