AUDITION NOTICE FOR 9 to 5 the Musical

Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton
Book by Patricia Resnick

Clear Creek Community Theatre (CCCT) is thrilled to announce auditions for its’ first show of the ’22-’23 season, 9 to 5 The Musical!  The show will be performed in the beautiful, state of the art Bayou Theater located on the campus of University of Houston- Clear Lake.  CCCT has been producing quality theater for almost 60 years and is an inclusive and welcoming organization.  9 to 5 will be directed and choreographed by Keith Herrmann, Music Direction by Whitney Wyatt and Assistant Choreographer Stephanie Hendrickson.  The show will run September 23-October 2nd

Audition Details:

  • General Audition
    • Sunday, July 10 from 5:00pm-8:30pm
    • Monday, July 11 from 6:30p-9:30pm
    • Auditions will be held at the Boardwalk Event Center on the Kemah Boardwalk. The Boardwalk Event Center is located directly above the Flying Dutchman Restaurant on the Kemah Boardwalk.  All Roles are open for audition.
  • Call Back Auditions will be held on July 12 if needed

What to prepare for Auditions:

Please prepare a verse and a chorus of a song to showcase your voice in the style of the show or you are welcome to use a selection from the show.  Please provide your own backing tracks or come with link to the track and we can pull it up, no accompanist will be provided.  Come prepared for a short dance combination.  Please also be prepared to disclose and schedule conflicts between July 13 and October 2nd.  Production team will work with conflicts as much as possible, so please don’t let that keep you from auditioning.

Production Details:

Rehearsals: First Read Through July 13th.  Rehearsals generally Mon-Thur 6:30pm-9:00pm and some Saturday Dance Rehearsals.  Main rehearsals to start around July 25th.

Tech Week: Sunday, September 18 – Thursday, September 22, 2022

Performances: Friday and Saturday 8pm and Sunday 2:30pm, Sept 23-Oct 2


Roles Available:

Violet is a smart, efficient, widowed mother of a teenage son who is constantly being passed up for promotion in the boys’-club world of climbing the corporate ladder. She runs the office from her desk while her boss takes the credit. She is frustrated with her position, but not bitter. Witty, attractive, strong, ambitious. Alto (F3–D5).

JUDY BERNLY (Mezzo-Soprano)
Judy Bernly is a meek housewife with her first foray into the working world when her husband runs off with his secretary. A bit insecure, determined, and hopeful—Judy changes throughout the play into a force to be reckoned with. Mezzo-soprano (Ab3–F5).

Doralee Rhodes is a sexy, country gal who is the secretary for the boss, Franklin Hart. She is misunderstood at the beginning of the play due to rumors about an affair with the boss, but comes to be a strong cog in the machine that destroys Hart. Country singing. Comedy is sharp and no-nonsense. Soprano with high belt (G3–E5)

Roz Keith is the office busy-body, is not-so-secretly in love with Mr. Hart, and does everything she can to undermine the rest of the office to earn his affections. Over the top comedic role. Alto (C5–G3)

Franklin Hart is a pompous jerk of a boss. If he weren’t the boss, he would have no friends at all. Smarmy. Sexist, Egotistical, Lying, Hypocritical, Bigot. Baritone (Gb4–C3)

Charming, attractive accountant who is interested in Violet. Doubles in the Men’s Ensemble. Tenor (G4–B2)

Doralee’s supportive husband. Country. Doubles in the Men’s Ensemble. Tenor (G4–E2)

Judy’s soon-to-be ex-husband. An average guy, he is sporting a little less hair and a little more paunch than he did ten years ago.

Violet’s awkward teenage son. Must look young enough to pass as a teenager, but old enough to double in the Men’s Ensemble.

Office Gossip. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble.

Office lush. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble.

Young and vibrant secretary. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble.

Hart’s Wife. Fluttery and ditzy. Doubles in the Women’s Ensemble.

Great character types and/or strong singer-actor-dancers who will fill out the rest of this wacky world as office employees, police officers, hospital employees.  Strong Ensemble is crucial to the success of this show.

Questions: please contact Keith Herrmann at



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