Actors LOVE Bob Cline ONLINE!

Here are 3 GREAT reasons to join us for a 4-Week Musical Theatre Audition Technique Workshop!

1. Work one on one with Bob Cline of Bob Cline Casting

2. Present your work to an Agent or a Casting Director on the final night

3. Receive up to 6 professionally made tracks of your audition cuts to keep!

will be in person!!!

Dates TBA

Bob Cline has cast film, TV, commercials, over 70 national tours, and hundreds of regional theatre productions across the country. Bob's casting credits include: The National Tours of Memphis, Shrek, Young Frankenstein, Beauty and the Beast, Oliver, Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, Hairspray, Rent, Drowsy Chaperone, Full Monty, Cabaret, Complete Works of William Shakespeare, 39 Steps, Music Man, Oklahoma, Showboat, Victor-Victoria, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and others.

Regionally, Bob has had his hands in casting shows at over 30 LORT Theaters, including, The Fulton Theatre, Maltz-Jupiter Theatre, Northern Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, The Longwharf, The Pioneer Theatre Company, The Olney, Merrimack Rep., Cumberland County Playhouse, Theatre By The Sea, Arkansas Rep., The Marriott Lincolnshire, and many more.

Bob is a proud faculty member, at Pace University, in their BFA Musical Theatre Program, in charge of the senior musical theatre majors. He is also a member of the committee for incoming freshman accepted to Pace.

At Pace, he has directed sold out productions of Cabaret and Bare, Tommy, Kiss Me Kate, Spring Awakening, and this spring’s… Once On This Island.

Bob had the pleasure of directing Betty Buckley, Tuc Watkuns, Christy Carlson Romano, Martha Plimpton, Jason Kravits, and Elaine Stritch in Ben Andron's White's Lies both at the Jerry Orbach Theatre in NYC and Off-Broadway at New World Stages.

Bob is also an innovative director who has become well known locally for his many successful productions. All three shows he has directed for the Vital Theatre Company, in New York; Medusa; Bright, Apple, Crush; and Kiss and Tell have been nominated and/or won the Sam French Festival. 

Other acclaimed productions include Violet, Songs for a New World, (both nominated, best director, RECT), and A New Brain (winner, best director, RECT), In The Heights, Evita, Parade, Sweet Charity, Nunsense, The Sound of Music, Titanic, Side Show, Godspell, Into the Woods, Little Shop of Horrors, The Full Monty, A Year with Frog and Toad, Falsettos, Assassins, Jesus Christ Superstar, Gypsy, Crimes of the Heart, Company, Rent, Ragtime and his favorite Das Barbecü.

Bob has taught and coached actor’s privately and through the Actor’s Loft for the last 20 years, in NYC.


"I had such an amazing experience in the Bob Cline workshop. He such an incredible knowledge of the industry. He's an incredibly welcoming and supportive person. He really cares about our performance. I learned so much and I would be excited about taking this class again!" - Haley Alexa Court

"Great class. Such a lovely positive experience. Bob is wonderful.  Great insights and effective delivery of notes to support the material. Thank you!" - Tracy McMullan

"Thank you so much for a great workshop. I love training and this class was such a pleasure. I always need the reminder that for us this is brain surgery, but for the people who watch us it's playing. The playfulness in this class was so refreshing and will completely inform what I do going forward. I felt so supported. It was easy to take risks! Can't wait until the next one! Thank you so very much!!!!!"- Sebastian Ryder

"I absolutely adored Bob’s class.  He truly went above and beyond my expectations and he made us feel like he had our back no matter what.  I would highly recommend this course to my peers and would love to take class with him again in the future." - Kacie Craven 

"I really enjoyed Bob’s workshop in the online format. Not only was I able to get some great feedback, the unique space actually provided some fun acting choices that would have otherwise been impossible."  - Michaela Winter

"This class was incredible! There was nothing bad about it except I so wish we could have been in person."  - Nina Fedotov

"Bob's class was absolutely wonderful. He gave us such fantastic teaching, wisdom, and expertise, and all with a kind and encouraging spirit. It was truly a pleasure to work with him!" - Amanda Kristin Cox 

"I really enjoyed the class! As a 15 year old high school student, I got to learn a lot about performing and acting through music, from Bob’s feedback and from listening to the feedback he was giving the other participants. I really appreciated learning from someone who works within the industry as a casting director, because knowing what casting directors, directors, stage managers, and others behind the table at auditions may be looking for helps me to prepare for auditions! Overall, I had fun during the class and would definitely take another class like it!" - Raina Mayerschoff

4-Week Musical Theatre Workshop 

Bob Cline - Bob Cline Casting


Technical Requirements:

  • ​Computer with camera
  • Ability to scan and upload sheet music and download tracks to/from a Google Drive (link provided)
  • ​Reliable Wifi connection


Curriculum & Set Up:

  • One week PRIOR to class, Actors will upload up to 4 songs, (audition cuts only, 24 - 42 bars max) to a Google Drive folder provided for you. Sheet music not provided.
  • Professional accompaniment tracks will be made and sent back to you.
  • Two more songs may be uploaded after Class 1 based on Bob's recommendations, or to round out your allowable 6.
  • These tracks will be used in the online class and are yours to keep. 
  • Class 1:  Work with Bob on your favorite audition cut, receiving feedback and direction to make it pop!  
  • Class 2:  Work with Bob on feedback/homework given the previous week and receive new songs suggestions. 
  • Class 3:  Work with Bob on new songs and choose cut for final week.  
  • Class 4:  Warm up your piece with Bob and then present to an Agent or a Casting Director of Bob's choosing. ​


Participating in a class is an educational experience and not an opportunity for future employment.


Bob Cline

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