AUDITIONS for Jerry Levitin’s I’d Kill for a Parking Place

Monday and Tuesday, April 23 & 24 at 6 pm at Salvador Elementary School in Napa (1850 Salvador Ave, Napa, CA 94558)
Wednesday, April 25 at 7 pm at Bay Area Stage in Vallejo (515 Broadway St, Vallejo, CA 94590)

Performances: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, July 20 – August 5 at the Napa Valley College Little Theater.

Cold read from script. Stipends available.

Download the audition form here!

How many times have we contemplated murder after getting a parking ticket for a minor offense such as having our bumper a mere inch into the red? One-time traffic court judge Jerry Levitin presided over 200,000 citation protests in six years on the bench and draws upon his experiences for his uproarious play I’d Kill for a Parking Place. The whodunit’s setup is familiar: A novice gumshoe asks one too many questions about a string of homicides, and the expert he enlists to help may just be the killer.


Robert Jefferson – Homicide Detective (African American, mid thirties, introverted.)

Judge Gold – Judge (Late fifties with lots of nervous energy)

Dr. Brown – Dentist (English, proper & insufferable, thirties)

Hanover – Prosecutor (Arrogant & cocky)

Barkan – Police Officer (Plays it straight)

Sheila Green – Eye witness (Young woman)

James Scott – Defense Attorney (Feels superior, mid-thirties, tries to keep his emotions in check)

Chill – Drug dealer (African American man in his twenties.)

Carson Reilly – Loves his automobile

Joan Williams – Claims supervisor (Suave African American Lady)

Hazel Wiggins – Mother of Chill (Elderly African American lady)

Ruth Sampson – Reporter (Young)

Some actors will also double as traffic ticket protestors.

Directed by Debbie Baumann.

A Jerry Levitin Production; Executive produced by Valley Players.