The Seasons Dinner Theatre Paid Audition

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The Seasons Dinner Theatre is proud to announce an audition for a male role for the upcoming holiday production A VERY BAYBERRY CHRISTMAS. This unique, one of a kind theatre has produced original script musical comedies for the past 34 years. Performances take place in the lovely Majestic Oaks Ballroom at the Majestic Oaks Golf Club in Ham Lake, MN. The dinner theatre attracts approximately 6,000 theatre patrons every holiday season.

The Seasons Dinner Theatre at Majestic Oaks is seeking a male actor, age 25 to 40, for their 34th annual Christmas dinner theatre production, 'A VERY BAYBERRY CHRISTMAS.'

‘A VERY BAYBERRY CHRISTMAS' is a nod to the Andy Griffith show, only re-imagined in the small town of Bayberry Minnesota at Christmas in 1960. The characters are oddly similar in personality to the Andy Griffith Show, only 'Minnesotan.' This is an original script written by producer Patti J. Hynes-McCarthy.

(Running Nov 26 – Dec 31)

(A total of 41 shows)

Auditions: By appointment only



Majestic Oaks Golf Club

701 Bunker Lake Blvd. NE

Ham Lake, MN 55304

See the web site for directions at


What to Prepare:

- Prepared songs - both ballad and uptempo (Accompanist provided. Please bring your printed music with you.)

- Prepared and memorized humorous monologue

- Head Shot Resume

- List of any known conflicts for October/November rehearsal period  



- $75 per performance (41 shows)

- $150 gas stipend per performer

- 2 comp tickets for dinner and show per performer

- Meals provided to performers between matinee and evening shows

- No rehearsal pay



- Auditions for this role will be held individually.

- Please email head shot and resume prior to audition.

- One male role is needed between the ages of 25 to 40 


Auditions by Appointment Only:

- Email [email protected]

- To: Patti

- Headline - Auditions


Show Synopsis: It’s 1960 in Bayberry, Minnesota, where Christmas has been the same for decades, and some people would just as soon it stay that way. Aunt Vee is one of them, and even though her nephew, Sheriff Sandy Gaylor and his deputy, Bernie Rife, attempt to reason with her about ‘progress’, she is baffled by the changes she is seeing in her little town. A garish ‘silver’ Christmas tree adorns a downtown storefront. New blue and gold lights now sway in the wind over Main Street instead of the traditional lighted red and green wreaths they’ve always had, and she is none too happy about how sacred Christmas hymns have been replaced by Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” as shoppers browse the store windows. What’s the world coming to? Nothing is going to change her mind, but certain circumstances may soften her heart. Join us for this very funny step back in time musical comedy whose characters may seem oddly familiar to you.

Contact information

The Season's Dinner Theatre
Tom McCarthy

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