Casting & Designers


Currently Casting

Horizon in partnership with Atlanta Children’s Theatre is now seeking  three non-Equity adult actors for paid positions in our 13th annual Family Series production of the musical Madeline’s Christmas. This is our 13th year of this fun 70-minute musical based on the popular children’s book series. Spring Mason of Atlanta Children’s Theatre is directing. All roles must be comfortable working/performing with young children (ages 8-12). All races/ethnicities are strongly encouraged to submit!   

AUDITION DATES: Auditions will be held Sept 5 & 6, callbacks Sept 8. Video accepted if unavailable for these dates.

AUDITION REQUEST: To request an audition time and for information on the audition requirements, go to   

REHEARSALS: Rehearsals begin September 30, 2023.  Rehearsals will be 4-6 hours (Time TBD) on Saturdays/Sundays and 6:00-8:30pm Mondays  until we begin tech. Rehearsals will increase the week of Thanksgiving through December 1st. See rehearsal and performance schedule available at the link below for details.

PERFORMANCES: Dec 2-31, 38-42 performances, Sat and Sun daytimes and many daytime weekday performances the week before and after Christmas (Dec 14-31). 



HARSHA,  a mysterious, magical rug merchant doubled with MONSIEUR. BRUN, a school teacher – Male, late 20’s-50’s, tenor or baritone (preferred) 

MISS CLAVEL, the sweet and motherly teacher at the school –  Female, late 20’s-30’s, soprano or mezzo soprano

MRS. MURPHY: the friendly housekeeper/cook at the girls’ school – Female, late 20’s-50’s, alto or soprano

ALSO SEEKING:  MUSICAL DIRECTOR AND CHOREOGRAPHER FOR MADELINE’S CHRISTMAS.   Seeking musical director (vocal music) and choreographer with experience working with child performers. Artists of color and women encouraged to apply. Paid position. See the rehearsal schedule link above for information about rehearsals. To apply, please send your picture, resume and references and a short introductory letter to with Madeline’s Christmas Music Director Search or Madeline’s Christmas Choreographer Search in the Subject line. Applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP, but applications will be accepted until positions are filled.


Casting — General Information

  • Horizon accepts headshots, resumes and video links from actors who are located in Atlanta or who have Atlanta housing year round.
  • We appreciate link(s) to any video of your stage work you can provide – scenes or monologues.  We prefer 3/4 or full body shot video so that we can see you in a theatrical context rather than a film context.  You can also include a link to your reel, but any theatre video is better.  Also include a brief letter of interest that tells us something about yourself and what brings you to Atlanta.
  • We hold individual auditions for each show in our season which are publicized through AEA and Broadway World.
  • If you would like to be considered for a particular show, you may send your headshot, resume, and letter of interest, and we will do our best to call you in for that show.  But we have a small staff, so if you see a posting about auditions and you have not heard from us, submit your information as indicated on the posting.
  • Please note that Horizon Theatre Company does not offer local housing and therefore rarely uses out-of-town actors.
  • Horizon is a professional theatre company that hires both Equity and non-Equity performers on an SPT6 contract.

Please email your headshot and resume to (preferred) or mail to:

Horizon Theatre Company
Attn: Casting
PO Box 5376
Atlanta, GA 31107


If you are a designer and interested in working on a Horizon creative team, email your resume and portfolio to or mail to:

Horizon Theatre Company
Attn: Casting
PO Box 5376
Atlanta, GA 31107