Reading Civic Theatre


Reading Civic Theatre thanks everyone who turned out for the second round of auditions on Saturday, August 24, 2019.   Please mark your calendar for the show dates :
Legally Blonde: The Musical will be performed on December 13, 14 and 15, 2019 at the RACC Miller Center for the Performing Arts in Reading.

The character descriptions and show synopsis are listed below. Any questions please email us at


A fabulously fun award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde The Musical, follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. This show is filled with romance, high-energy dance numbers, jump roping, cute dogs, and you may even bend and snap!

Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside down when her boyfriend Warner dumps her so he can attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle ingeniously charms her way into the prestigious law school. While there, she struggles with peers, professors and her ex. With the support of some new friends, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world.


Elle Woods – (Gb2-G5 Soprano Belt) – Elle is a very bubbly college-age girl who follows her ex-boyfriend to Harvard Law School and realizes that she has more than just a pretty face and a bubbly personality to offer the world! She is very lovable, determined, vulnerable, energetic and outgoing! A true triple threat! Must be comfortable with dogs! (Age 18 and up)

Emmett Forrest – (B2-A4 Tenor) – Emmett is a smart, quirky, sensitive and personable law student. He ends up taking Elle under his wing and believes in her when it seems that no one else does. Must be comfortable with dogs. A strong singer/actor with great comedic timing! (Age 20 and up)

Paulette Buonofuonte – (A3-A5 Soprano Belt) – Paulette is the funny owner of Hair Affair, a local salon. She becomes friends with Elle and longs to marry a man from Ireland. She and Elle help each other achieve their dreams! Must be comfortable with dogs. A Bostonian accent is a plus, a strong singer with a powerful belt to match the personality! (Age 25 and up)

Pilar, Margot, Serena – (G#3-F5 Belt) – Pilar is the sassy and sensible sorority sister. Margot is the seemingly dim-witted, boy-crazy sorority sister. Serena is the energetic cheerleader, from Jewish heritage, sorority sister. Margot, Serena, & Pilar are Elle’s entourage who follow her through the story acting as her “Greek Chorus”. Strong singers and dancers with good comic timing and youthful energy!
(Age 18 and up)

Professor Callahan – (A2-F#4 Baritone) – Callahan is a pompous and manipulative law professor at Harvard. Callahan should be charismatic but able to turn instantly into a convincing shark at the turn of a hat. (30 and up)

Warner Huntington III – (Eb3-Ab4 Tenor) – Warner is attractive and charming but very self-absorbed. He will do whatever it takes to achieve his dream of becoming a senator, including breaking Elle’s heart. (Age 18 and up)

Vivienne Kensington – (A3-F5 HUGE Soprano Belt) – Vivienne is an overachieving, stuck-up, wealthy, smart and savvy law student who is intellectually driven. Yet she feels very threatened by Elle’s presence at Harvard. Must be willing to be/become a brunette. (Age 18 and up)

Brooke Wyndham – (A3-G5 Alto or Soprano) – Brooke is an exercise video star and former Delta Nu sorority girl who was accused of murder. Being physically fit is a must for this role, to properly do high level aerobics with enough stamina to continue singing. If you are auditioning for this role, you may be asked to jump rope while singing at your audition! (Age 20 and up)

Enid Hoops – (G3-G5 Soprano Belt) – Enid is a strong, opinionated, feminist law student at Harvard. Great comedic timing! (Age 18 and up)

Featured Roles: (Min. age 18 and up)

Elle’s Mom,. Elle’s Dad , Aaron Schultz, Dewey, Nikos Argitakos, Carlos, Grand Master Chad, Chutney Wyndham, Judge, Kyle B. O’Boyle, Sundeep Padamadan

Ensemble: (Min. age 16 and up)

UCSD students, Prisoners/Dancers at Boston’s Women’s Correctional Facility, Harvard Law students, Courtroom spectators and trial personnel, Sales personnel, Parade Dancers

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