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The creative team of The Great American Trailer Park
Musical is still seeking actors to audition for the
role of "Pippi," late 20s. Stripper with a
heart of gold, on the run from her crazy ex, falling in love
with Norbert, must be able to pole dance - Low F to High F on
the staff. Performances September 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24,
25 (three weekends). For more information and to schedule an
appointment, please contact: Meghan Lynn Allen at
BROAD BROOK: 6/13 & 14
(7pm) - My Fair Lady
@ Opera House Players, Broad Brook Opera House, 107 Main St.
Rehearsals begin 9/12. -
firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Maine Songwriters Association
has a long-time relationship with 75 State Street, a retirement
community in Portland where we have a standing invitation to
hold meetings and events (we hold a songwriting circle there
every month). In exchange we offer a one-hour concert for the
residents on the last Sunday of every month. If you would like
to perform at one of these, please contact Sheila McKinley at
ANDOVER (North): 6/28 & 28
(7pm) - Heathers, the Musical
@ ACT Theater Co., 1632 Osgood St., Suite
102. Production: 8/19-21. Prepare 32 bars of a song in the style
of a show and bring the sheet music. (no accapella auditions
will be permitted). Please bring a recent photo and resume. A
check for the $150 show fee (made out to ACT Theater Company).
If you are not cast, the check will be returned. -
Barre Players announces auditions for the fall production of
The Addams Family, with book by Marshall
Brickman and Rick Elice, music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa. Based
on Characters Created by Charles Addams. The production team
includes director Jessie Olson, musical director Matthew Cory
and choreographer Hannah Hall. Auditions will take place
6/17 & 21 at 7pm. Rehearsals will begin the last week
of August. Performances will be October 28 & 29 at 7:30pm,
November 4, 5, 11, 12 at 7:30 pm and November 6 & 13 at 2pm.
Actors are asked to prepare a song of their choosing or from the
show. Please come ready to dance. ***Note that the songs are
different from the original Broadway recording. You can find
samples of the songs at this link:
www.theatricalrights.com/node/53707 *** Audition forms will
be available at the theater - or - you can save time by bringing
a completed form with you to your audition. Download the
audition form at
If you have any additional questions, please email director
Jessie Olson at
BOYLSTON: Calliope Productions will hold
auditions for Murdered to Death, a British
comedy by Peter Gordon, on 6/24 (7-9pm)
& 6/26 (2-4pm). The cast consists of 5 women and 5 men.
Production dates are 1/13-23. For more information and to make
an audition appointment, please visit
BRAINTREE: Auditions for Once Upon a
Mattress, directed by Martha Sawyer and presented by
Curtain Call Theatre, 6/20 & 6/21 at 7pm at 182
Commercial St. Production dates 10/14-22. Visit
www.curtaincallbraintree.org and click on AUDITIONS for more
BRIDGEWATER (East): Artists from Suburbia seeks a team
of local actors to help us bring to life three original one act
plays written by Massachusetts playwrights. This is a perfect,
minimal-time-commitment opportunity for actors of all ages,
backgrounds, and experience levels. Whether you've performed
thousands of times before or have never set foot on a stage,
your gifts are appreciated! A great opportunity to collaborate
on never-before-performed works by Massachusetts playwrights.
The three plays will be presented as staged readings at the East
Bridgewater Public Library, 32 Union St. on 6/17 at 7pm.
Rehearsal Commitment*: 6/15 (6-10pm);
6/16 (6-10pm). Both rehearsals will be held at the East
Bridgewater Public Library *- each of the plays will meet
sporadically to rehearse specific portions before the two major
rehearsals, dates and times will be decided based on majority
availability and the discretion of the directors. Please email
email@example.com to reserve your audition
time and feel free to tell us a little bit about your past
experience or why you want to be involved with Artists from
Suburbia! We will respond with a five minute time slot, please
let us know if you have a preference as to when you would like
to audition. Walk-ins will be accepted if time permits. All
actors should aim to arrive 10- 15 minutes prior to their given
audition time. Actors are invited to prepare 30 seconds- 1
minute of a monologue from a play or movie that best
demonstrates their acting ability, or to select a side from a
play which we will have available. (see our website for a
listing of available sides)
Actors interested in being considered for “the Moon. And she,”
are invited to prepare 16 bars of a simple folk song that
demonstrates their sense of pitch and rhythm. Above all, actors
should be ready to get creative and to play with different
choices. Check out our website to learn about some of the
artists you could be able to collaborate with!
with mobility disabilities are encouraged to audition, as we
have ensured that all rehearsal and performance spaces are
wholly accessible. The Plays: The Werewolves by
Alex Moon, directed by Corinne M Mason; The Daffodil Girls
by Amanda O’Donnell, directed by Ronni Marshak. the Moon.
And she by Monica Giordano, directed by Erica Simpson.
The MIT Gilbert & Sullivan Players seek PRODUCER, STAGE
DIRECTOR, VOCAL DIRECTOR, and ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR for
our Summer 2016 production of 1776. This
two-act production will be fully staged with an orchestra.
Important dates: Load-In: Sun 8/7; Tech Week is Mon 8/8 - Thu
8/11; Performances: Fri 8/12, Sat 8/13, and Sun 8/14. Witness
the birth of a nation! The founding fathers gather in the
sweltering heat of summer to debate whether or not to declare
independence in this lively, Tony-award-winning musical.
Interested parties, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org a statement of interest (who you are, which
senior staff position you're interested in, and why you're
interested in working on this show). No previous experience is
required, but if you have a resume of related experience please
include that as well. Please note that MITG&SP is a
student-sponsored organization and all positions in the
production are volunteer. For more information, visit
CANTON: 8/23 & 24 (7pm) - Lie, Cheat
and Genuflect @ Milton Players, Brayton School
Auditorium, Pappas Rehabilitation Center for Children, 3
Auditions will consist of readings from the script. A
familiarity with the script is preferred, although not required.
CONCORD: 6/20-25 - Equus @ The Umbrella, 40
Stow St. Production: 11/4-20. Director: Nancy Curran Willis.
Actors must be 18+ at the time of audition. This production will
include nudity. British accents are required for all roles.
All those cast will be offered a travel stipend. Those
auditioning will be asked to prepare material from the script,
selected by the director. Materials will be available beginning
2 weeks prior to the audition date and will be distributed via
email. SPECIAL NOTE – Those interested in auditioning for one of
the horses will be asked to attend a movement audition on the
day of the callbacks. If you are only interested in auditioning
for one of the horses, you need not attend the initial auditions
earlier in the week. When emailing, please note this preference.
To schedule an appointment or for questions or more information,
NEW BEDFORD: Your Theatre, Inc. is holding auditions
6/22 & 23 at 7pm, for all roles in
California Suite. Auditions consist of a cold reading
from the script and are held in the playhouse located in St.
Martin's Church/Hall complex, 136 Rivet Street at Country
Street, in New Bedford. The auditions are open to all actors
over the age of 16. The show is divided into four parts: Visitor
from New York, Visitor from Philadelphia, Visitors from London
and Visitors from Chicago. Actors must be able to do physical
comedy. Your Theatre celebrates diversity and seeks people of
all backgrounds regardless of age, race, creed, national origin,
or sexual orientation. All are welcome! Experience is not
necessary; just the desire to participate and share the
experience of live theatre and the enjoyment of collaborating
with other talented individuals.
A Goodlie Companye is one bass short of a home
run. We're looking for a low bass to join our fun, small, mostly
a cappella chorus that sings year-round, and performs medieval
and renaissance music in period garb. Previous musical
experience is appreciated but not required; we have members with
various backgrounds. For more information, please visit
MANCHESTER: 6/15 - The Big Bad Musical (Ages 13-19); 6/27 & 29 - The Spitfire Grill
(Ages 15+) @ Majestic Theatre, 922 Elm St., Suite 315 -
Renaissance City Theatre Inc. will be
holding auditions for the Agatha Christie mystery Black
Coffee, 6/ 27 & 28
at 7pm, 1 Granite St. Directed
by John Cillino. 15 performances between September 9 and October
2, 2016. There will also be an additional Wednesday evening
performance – date to be determined. The theatre is looking for
2 women able to play in their 20’s, 1 woman 60’s to 70 and 10
men varying in age from mid-20’s to 60 or 70. All roles are open
in this classic mystery thriller. No appointments are necessary.
Please bring a head shot or current photo with you to the
audition if you have not auditioned with us previously. Readings
will be from the script. All cast and crew receive stipend
payments for performances. For further information, you may
contact John Cillino at 401-212-7484 or David Jepson at
401-348-0555 . Directions to the theatre are available at our
NEW!! WAITSFIELD: 6/17 - TenFest
@ Valley Players Theater. Production: 8/18-21. - (802) 583-1674
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