And the dozen successful applicants will have the added bonus of appearing alongside TV cop Graham Cole, best known as PC Tony Stamp in the ITV police drama 'The Bill'.
The Lichfield Garrick will be holding children's auditions for this year's family pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, on Saturday 5 September from 10am.
Graham Cole is taking on the role of the evil Hemlock
The theatre is looking for 12 talented youngsters to appear in this year's magical production with rehearsals starting on November 16.
As well as Graham Cole, who is taking on the role of the 'evil' Hemlock, the production will also feature Lichfield's favourite panto Dame, Ian Adams.
Local actor Dominic Adam Griffin is set to take on the title role of Jack Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk. His previous work includes The Olivier Award Ceremony (2013), and Aladdin/Wishee Washee at the Newbury Corn Exchange (2014).
Opposite him, in the role of Princess Jill, is Jo-Anne Stevens who is a graduate from the Guildford School of Acting. Her work includes Jerry Springer the Opera (2013), Footloose (2013) and Merrily We Roll Along (2012).
With singing and dancing, stunning costumes and scenery, a tap dancing 'Daisy the Cow', a team of 'Tempest Trolley Dollys', live music and plenty of audience participation, Jack and the Beanstalk promises to be a festive treat for all the family.
Jack and the Beanstalk runs at the Lichfield Garrick from Thursday 3 December 2015 to Sunday 3 January 2016. Ticket prices start from £12.50 for children and £21.50 for adults.