Kingsland Station Presents


James and the Giant Peach July 11-14, 2024

Annie Sept 27 - Oct 6, 2024

The Young People’s Summer Workshop- Camden

The YPSW-Camden is a free theatre program for children ages 8-18 that will run each summer with auditions in May and performances in July. Rehearsals will take place at Kingsland Station on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays until the first week of performances. Shows will run Thursday through Sunday for two weeks.

The YPSW-Camden is designed to teach children theatre skills through experience. Production staff will include people from the community with varied skill sets, from people with professional theatre, music, and dance experience to veteran Camden County School teachers.
YPSW-Camden is modeled after the Island Players Theatre’s YPSW which was run by Joan Harris for almost 40 years. This successful program in Glynn County has produced many theatre professionals, from actors to directors to theatre educators working across the country.
The Florida Georgia Railway Heritage Museum, Inc. will proudly offer this summer program to children in the community at no cost. We believe all children should have a chance to participate in theatre programs, regardless of ability to pay. Every child who auditions will be cast in the show! Additionally, teens ages 13 and up may apply to intern on the production staff- working alongside the adults to learn the ins and outs of producing a show. Interns and cast may receive volunteer community service hours for school.


ALL Actors auditioning must be 8 years old on or before May 5, 2024.

Volunteer as a Character

Not interested in learning lines and going to rehearsals but still want to get involved and have fun? EMAIL US about character opportunities on our special excursions.

101 Dalmatians KIDS was a huge success in July 2023. Thanks to all of the children who did a fabulous job putting on a great performance!

Kingsland Station Players

Mission Statement: As part of the Florida Georgia Railway Heritage Museum, a nonprofit 501(c)3, the Kingsland Station Players were formed in 2023 with a mission to enrich, educate, and entertain our community. While providing an outlet for creativity and seeking to produce quality theatrical experiences, we strive to celebrate and illuminate the human experience and demonstrate our common humanity through theatre arts.




 The Critically Acclaimed Victorian Horror Troupe Phantasmagoria – called “One of the most unique theater troupes in the country” by Good Day Atlanta – is  seeking submissions of headshots and resumes for its new permanent troupe based out of the Kingsland Station Theater located at 440 S. Lee St. Kingsland, GA  31548 and the Georgia Coastal Railway.

 Needed are: Strong Experienced actors/actresses and dancers.

Actors/Actresses should have a strong and diverse background of performance. All ethnicities encouraged to submit. Strong movement skills a plus.

Dancers should be proficient in a variety of styles which may include Ballet, Modern, Ballroom, Belly Dance, etc.

NOTE: Specialty skills  are also encouraged – please let us know and we will schedule time to see your skills. (fire performance/circus arts/aerial arts/musical instruments/etc.)

All performances paid.

Please forward resume and headshot, and short cover letter/letter of introduction to: to receive the audition package for the first video audition. Please put “Kingsland Auditions” in the subject line. Actors will self-tape from a choice of works, and Dancers will submit dancer reels. Callbacks will be held in Kingsland, GA.

 For more information on the troupe, please visit: / Twitter: @phantasorlando / Instagram: PhantasmagoriaOrlando

Stage Actors

AUDITIONS! If you are interested in performing in the Kingsland Station Theater in one of our upcoming shows, Contact Dara Pickren Davis at 

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We will be producing James and the Giant Peach this summer! Auditions will be held Saturday, May 11 from 9-11 and 1-4 (children only need to attend one session). We rehearse Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays until the week of the show when we will rehearse nightly. Show dates are 7/11-7/14.

Dara Davis, Kingsland Station Theatre Artistic Director

Dara Pickren-Davis has been working in theatre and directing adult, youth, and children’s choirs for over 20 years. She has been instrumental in starting numerous children’s and youth choirs including the Guam Symphony Society’s Dandan Famagu’on Children’s Choir. She has taught music and theatre in public and private school settings and has been a clinician for many programs in Georgia and in Guam.

In addition to her work with choirs and schools, Dara’s broad background in music and theatre is demonstrated through her work as director, theatre and vocal coach, soloist, and actress in numerous musical theatre productions. Some of her favorite roles include Bea in Something Rotten, The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, Fiona in Shrek the Musical, Agnes Gooch in Mame, and Lady of the Lake in Monty Python’s Spamalot.

Dara has had the privilege of singing in choirs under the direction of Dr. Andre Thomas, Dr. Judy Bowers, and Dr. Rodney Caldwell. Dara began her vocal studies with Rhonda Hambright and studied under Janice Harsanyi during her time at Florida State University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with a Certificate in Vocal Performance from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida and a Master of Arts degree in Theatre Production from Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington.