Puffs (One-Act Edition)

Is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.
Writer: Matt Cox
Director: CJ Carter
Choreographer: Dana Figueroa
Producer: Crystal Huau
October 15th – 24th 
Accepting Video Auditions
NOW – Monday, Septmeber 13th before 7:30PM
Any questions, comments, or concerns should be sent to
*All gender identities and any ethnicities are welcome for any role to the director. The below is only a suggestion.
Send in video submissions to or come Sunday, August 22nd at 7:30pm at Villagers Theatre. Please prepare the appropriate sides that are available on the website, here.


Improvisational skills a plus!!! Boyish & fun. Chipper and happy except, when his life is in mortal danger.

Any questions, comments, or concerns should be sent to

Villagers Theatre’s KidsVill production of High School Musical Jr. 

Directed by: Kristen Thomas and Matt Murphy

Musical Director: Crystal Huau

Produced by: Crystal Huau and Carolyn Ebner Yaccarino


Performance Dates:

December 11th-12th and 18-19th

Saturday Performances at 12:00 noon & 3:00 pm

Sunday Performances at 12:00 noon

Open Call Audition Dates:

Monday, September 20th – Please arrive by 7 pm

Tuesday, September 21st –  Please arrive by 7:30p

**We are also accepting Video Submissions for auditions until Thursday, September 23rd.** 

Send your video submission to:


Monday, September 27th from 7 pm-9 pm (Invitation Only)

For The Audition: 

The production team is looking for actors from ages 10-17. Please prepare 32 bars from a song of your choice. You can sing a capella or you can bring an accompaniment track to sing along with.  


Would be twice a week starting in October, and adding more days as we get closer to the show. A draft of a rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions. 

Character Breakdowns: All Roles Are Open!

Gabriella Montez – The new student who’s struggling to find her place at East High. She’s a Renaissance woman who doesn’t fully identify with any of the cliques, and so she’s taking her time-and realizing her confidence-along the way.
Troy Bolton – The most popular student at East High, is the star of the basketball team who yearns to be more than what others-especially his dad, Coach Bolton- want him to be. A natural athlete and leader with charm to spare, Troy discovers he loves to sing but is afraid to admit it to his basketball buddies.
Sharpay Evans – The dramatic and self-centered star of the school musicals. Between her and Ryan, she’s the alpha twin-over-the-top, demanding and always “on”, with a flair of the theatrical.
Ryan Evans – Is Sharpay’s fraternal twin and like her, he lives to sing, dance, and get loads of attention. Subordinate to his sister, Ryan generally follows Sharpay’s orders and lets her have the spotlight, but he longs to break free from her shadow and assert himself.
Kelsi Nielsen – The composer of the winter musical, Juliet and Romeo, possesses a shy demeanor but no tolerance for the egocentric likes of Sharpay.
Chad Danforth – One of Troy’s best friends, is a sports fanatic. Focused on winning the basketball championship, Chad slowly begins to understand that there might be more to life than ball-including his crush on Taylor.
Zeke Baylor – Troy’s other best buddy, is a basketball player with a sweet side. He has 2 secrets: a crush on Sharpay and a love for baking!
Taylor Mckessie – The very put-together president of the science club, is super assertive and very intent on Gabriella joining the Science Decathlon team so they can (finally!) win the competition. Taylor has a hidden spot for Chad, but would never let it be known that she’s into a jock.
Martha Cox – A proud member of the Science Club, possesses a private passion for break dancing.
Ms. Darbus – East High’s eccentric drama teacher. Passionate and disciplined, she never stops trying to enrich the lives of her students through the wonders of live theater.
Coach Bolton – The stern basketball coach and Troy’s sometimes overbearing dad, lost the big game years ago and wants a second chance through his basketball-star son.
Jack Scott – The school announcer with a larger-than-life personality, longs to be a DJ.
Party Kids