Seeking extras for short student thesis film College Senior. Filming on Sat, Feb, 25 on LIU Post Campus. Free breakfast and lunch provided. Also seeking one speaking role ANGRY BINGO LADY. Email Nick at nicholas.dagosta@my.liu.edu if interested

CK Productions, 1021 Portion Rd, Ronkonkoma 11779 is looking to fill the role of Marcy for Dog Sees God. Performances are 3/18, 3/22 & 3/25 with no show conflicts accepted. Rehearsals have begun and you will be joining an extremely talented cast. Contact Christina Fink at christinafinkckny@gmail.com if you are interested or have questions.

Broadhollow Theatre Company has immediate casting for West Side Story. Show dates:
Bayway: Sat, March 25, April 1 & 8 at 8pm, Sun, March 26, April 2 & 9 at 2:30pm, Wed, March 29 at 2pm, Fri, March 31 at 8pm
Elmont: Sat, May 6,13 & 27 at 8pm,Sun, May 7, 14 & 28 at 2:30pm,Wed, May 10 at 2pm,Fri, May 12 at 8pm
If interested, send headshot and resume to director at Westsidestorybht@gmail.com 
Seeking the following:
Anita: Older (20’s - mid 30’s) and wiser in the ways of the world, flashy, sharp-tongued, and with a knowing sexuality; Alto/Mezzo-Soprano – DANCER
Luis: (16 - 30) Typically proud, and resentful of discrimination; Baritone or Tenor.
Doc: (Bayway Only) Middle-aged drug store owner, tired and worn out
Glad Hand: Nerdy, overly cheerful and ill-equipped social director at the local gym dance

Fr. Col Carmiencke's murder mystery dinner theater play, Tis The Season to Die, needs a male actor for the role of Patrick Bronte, the character who solves the mystery. This a one time performance for which I am offering a stipend scheduled for Sat, April 1 at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Lake Ronkonkoma. We rehearse at the church in Massapequa most Sat afternoons during March. The script is only 37 pages and 3 acts. If interested, phone 631-567-4979 or email allimar@optonline.net
PATRICK BRONTE: 50+, From a Gaelic name meaning bestower, a generous person. Patrick is the CEO of the Best-Toys Toy and Game Manufacturing Corporation. He is a Roman Catholic. He quietly has the gift of discernment.

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance seeks performer (age 10-20) who can sing, dance, act and can pick up a part quickly to play Mickey Mouse. Also looking for company dancers. Call 516-225-1088 or email musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

(in some semblance of chronological order followed by ongoing recruitment/undated calls & technical opportunities)

Herricks Community Players, 999 Herricks Rd, New Hyde Park 516 526-3274 auditions for The 1940’s Radio Hour by Walton Jones on Mon, Feb 27 & Tues, Feb 28, Call Backs Thurs, March 2 all at 7:15 PM. A different time is evoked in this marvelously theatrical and winning show, a live broadcast of the Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade from the Hotel Algonguin, Dec 21, 1942. The spirit of that bygone era when the world was at War and pop music meant “Strike of the Band” and “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” (both are in the show) is actively captured as the harassed producer copes with a drunk lead singer, the delivery boy who wants a chance in front of the mike, the second banana who dreams of singing a ballad, and the trumpet playing sound effects man who chooses a fighter plane over Glenn Miller
Lou Cohn – stage manager fortyish, obnoxious big shot.
Clifton A. Feddington – General Manager, always has problem, in various states of hysteria, cheap skate. Jimmy Stewart type.
Pop Bailey – stage door keeper, 60 or over, crotchety, crusty, foul-tempered
Neal Tilden – cab driving comic who wants to do it all. Resident crybaby, complainer.  
Ann Collier – big band vocalist/dancer who has been with the studio since the beginning. Peggy Lee, Dinah Shore, Doris Day type singer.
Geneve Lee Brown – beautiful high class black singer with lots of scat and sass. Always performing and dressed to kill.
Biff Baker - young singer, mid- twenties, who has sung with Glenn Miller. His last show. Leaving in the am to go overseas in a fighter squadron.
Connie Miller – bobby soxer, has a little of Judy Garland in her. Elevator operator during day. Works at radio show in evening.
Johnny Cantone – featured soloist from Brooklyn. Former welterweight boxer. Rough, tough late 40’s to 50’s. Sinatra like sound. – Gets drunk during the show.
Ginger Brooks – bubble headed, gum chewing waitress, turned star. Blond bombshell type. Make-up always thick and perfect
B.J. Gibson – tall, peppy, sings, dances, acts. Aggressive in his career, Squeaky clean, Dick Powell type.
Willy Fergusson – Poodle eyed young hopeful waiting for his big break. Attends all rehearsals. Finally gets to go on & screws up.
Stanley – lugs cable & runs around, lives in control booth, always eating and drinking, not too bright.
Directed by John Hayes, Musical Director Sue Weber, Choreographers Barbara Murphy & Penny Payne,
Stage Design/Construction Peter Triolo, Stage Manager Lisa Simon-Weitz, Tickets Bernice Magalnick

Musical Fundraiser for a family in Center Moriches. Auditions are March 1 from 5-8pm in the Center Moriches Middle School cafeteria. *NOTE* THIS IS NOT A SCHOOL SHOW. AGES 17+. Prepare 16 bars of music and be ready for a dance call. Some dance experience is required. Men, if you have them, bring tap shoes. Rehearsals are TUES, WED and THURS in March from 7-9pm. The performance is March 31 at 7pm. We encourage everyone to come down and audition.

Merrick Theatre, 2222 Hewlett Ave , Merrick auditions for Parade on Wed, March 1 at 7PM and Sun, March 5 at 6PM. Callbacks March 8 at 7PM. Prepare 16-32 bars either from the show or of your choice. Sides will be provided at the audition. The show opens on May 13 and plays through June 11 on Fri/Sat at 8PM and Sun at 3 PM. We ask that all actors are available for all performances. The director is seeking a diverse cast with a strong vocal ensemble of adults. Teens are also invited to audition. Message us with any questions regarding the show. Director: Daniel C. Higgins / Stage Manager: Matt Rosenberg 
In 1913, Leo Frank, a Brooklyn-raised Jew living in Georgia, is put on trial for the murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan, a factory worker under his employ. Already guilty in the eyes of everyone around him, a sensationalist publisher and a janitor's false testimony seal Leo's fate. His only defenders are a governor with a conscience, and, eventually, his assimilated Southern wife who finds the strength and love to become his greatest champion.  
Looking to cast the following roles: 
Judge Roan - Serves as the Judge on the infamous trial. Motivated by bigotry and racism, he is dangerously committed to the ideals of the Confederacy. White Georgian. Age: 60-70; Vocal range top: D4 bottom: B2 
Lucille Frank - Gentle and mousy, but resourceful and resilient. Despite her husband's feelings, she is a true Southerner through and through but can see through the deception. A White Jew from Georgia. Gender: Age: 25-40; Vocal range top: G3 bottom: E5 
Leo Frank - Our story's tragic protagonist accused of murder. As National Pencil Factory Superintendent, Leo is neurotic and a serial pessimist. Though married to Lucille, he is physically and emotionally displaced. A White Jew from the North. Age: 25-40 ; Vocal range top: F4 bottom: Gb2 
Hugh Dorsey - Atlanta's District Attorney. He is a devout Christian, who is brute and manipulative at times. Hungry for political success and recognition. White Georgian. Age 35-45; Vocal range top: F4bottom: B2 
Gov. John Slaton - As the Governor of Georgia, he is highly concerned with public perception. Flirtatious and fun at times. Strives to maintain his values. White Southerner. Age: 35-45; Vocal range top: F4 bottom: Bb2 
Frankie Epps - Charming and simple man, he is Mary's devoted friend. Playful and flirtatious. White Georgian; Age: 14-17; Vocal range top: Bb4 bottom: Bb2 
Mary Phagan - Factory worker at the National Pencil Factory who is murdered. She is very innocent but has moments of sassiness and playfulness. White Georgian. Age: 13; Vocal range top: D5 bottom: Eb4 
Jim Conley - Cleaning supervisor at National Pencil Factory. Secretly, he is a convict on the run. Pompous showman with a strong build. Black Georgian. Age: 20-30; Vocal range top: Bb4 bottom: D3;  
Newt Lee - Night watchman at National Pencil Factory. A bit too old to possess the job. Physically intimidating, but a gentle giant. Black Georgian. Age: 50-60; Vocal range top: Db4 bottom: Bb2 
Britt Craig - Washed up reporter who can often be found three sheets to the wind. Weasly and desperate for his 'big break.' White Georgian. Age: 25-35; Vocal range top: G4 bottom: Eb3 
Add'l Characters: 
Chain Gang; Factory Girls (Essie, Iola Stover, Monteen); Guards/Policemen (Officer Ivey, Detective Starnes, Mr. Peavy); Residents Of Georgia (Angela, Judge Roan, Jurors, Luther Rosser, Minola Mcknight, Mrs. Phagan, Old Soldier, Reporters, Riley, Sally Slaton, Young Soldier). 

Engeman Theater, 250 Main St, Northport 11768 auditions for its Youth Theater Season on Fri, March 3 from 4-6pm. Sign up begins at 3:30pm. 2017/2018 season includes: MADAGASCARPINKALICIOUS, CAT IN THE HATFROSTYCINDERELLAFLAT STANLEYTHE WIZARD OF OZ  and SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK. We will also be casting for special performances of SEUSSICAL and other special appearances. All roles are open. Performers must be 18+ with their own transportation and must have daytime/ evening availability. Prepare (2) contrasting songs and a brief upbeat monologue. You may be asked to dance. Bring a headshot & resume. No phone calls. If you can not attend the audition, submit your headshot and resume to: jtully@engemantheater.com

Hardscrabble Theater auditions for Arsenic and Old Lace on Sun, March 5 at 3pm and on Mon, March 6 at 7pm at St Thomas' Episcopal Church, 298 Conklin St, Farmingdale. Show dates are: May 26, 27, 28 and June 2, 3, 4. Rehearsals begin April 26. Bring headshot and resume, and be prepared to read from the script. For more info contact hardscrabbletheater@gmail.com.

South Shore Theatre Experience auditions for Calendar Girls on March 6 from 7 – 10pm.  All roles open except for Chris and Annie.  Auditioning Men and Women – familiarize yourself with the play BEFORE auditions. English accent a MUST.  Rehearsals begin immediately - Show dates April 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 at 8pm and April 23 at 3pm. Must be available for ALL performances. For more info call 631-669-0506 or email Deborah@SouthShoreTheatre.com www.SouthShoreTheatre.com

SoLuna Studio, 659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge, auditions for their dinner theater production of Marriage Can Be Murder on Mon, March 6 from 6-9pm. Call 631-761-6602 to schedule your audition time. Seeking actors 16-59 with excellent comedy and improvisation skills. Prepare a 1 min comedic monologue for the auditions. Marriage can be Murder is an interactive theater event that will take place at Butterfield’s Restaurant, directly next to SoLuna Studio. Rehearsals: Tues 6-7:30pm & Sat 11:30-1pm. Performance: Sun, April 9 at 5pm 

Playcrafters Theatre Company auditions for All My Sons by Arthur Miller on Mon, March 6 & Tues, March 7 from 7-9:30pm at the Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area, 471 Atlantic Ave, Bellport. Performances Fri/ Sat: May 12,13, 19 & 20 @ 8pm, Sun: May 14 & 21 @ 3pm. For further info contact Director James Carey at jamcarey@optonline.net. In advance of auditions, sections of the script will be posted to the company's website www.Bellport-Playcrafters.com. 
THE STORY: During the war Joe Keller and Steve Deever ran a machine shop which made airplane parts. Deever was sent to prison because the firm turned out defective parts, causing the deaths of many men. Keller went free and made a lot of money. The twin shadows of this catastrophe and the fact that the young Keller son was reported missing during the war dominate the action. The love affair of Chris Keller and Ann Deever, the bitterness of George Deever returned from the war to find his father in prison and his father's partner free, are all set in a structure of almost unbearable power. The climax showing the reaction of a son to his guilty father is fitting conclusion to a play electrifying in its intensity. 
Joe Keller, playing age late 50s: Blue collar, uneducated business man. Several years ago, allowed his partner Steve to take the fall for a cover-up which resulted in the death of 21 WWII pilots. 
Kate Keller (Mother), playing age late 50s: Joe’s wife. Desperately clinging to the idea that her son Larry (MIA for 3 years) is alive. Seeks to protect the secret of Joe’s guilt. 
Chris Keller, their son, playing age 32: The Keller’s idealistic, educated son. Believes wholly in his father’s innocence and has accepted his brother to be dead. In love with Ann.
Ann Deever, playing age 26: Steve’s daughter who secretly knows for certain Larry is dead. Wants to marry Chris. 
George Deever, her brother, playing age 32: Ann’s protective older brother. Doubts Joe’s innocence.
Dr Jim Bayliss, playing age late 30s: Neighbor who dreams of giving up his medical career to pursue research.
Sue Bayliss, playing age late 30s: Jim’s wife. Resents Chris for his idealistic influences on Jim. 
Frank Lubey, playing age 32: Easy going neighbor interested in astrology. 
Lydia Lubey, playing age 27: Frank’s wife and mother of three. A bit flakey with a good heart. 
Bert, a boy, playing age 10: Neighborhood kid. Note: a parent/responsible adult must remain in attendance for all rehearsals for which the actor is called.

Northeast Stage auditions for The Prisoner of Second Avenue by Neil Simon (directed by Suzette Reiss) on Mon, March 6 and Tues, March 7 at 7PM at Holy Trinity Church, 768 Main St, Greenport.   Actors will be asked to do a cold reading; no monologue needed. Performances: May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19 & 20 at the church. For more info, contact Suzette Reiss at 516-815-5657 or visit www.northeaststage.org. Seeking the following roles: 
Mel Edison (male, late 40’s - late 50’s)
Edna Edison (female, Mel’s wife, mid-30’s - 50)
Harry Edison (male, Mel’s brother, 50 - 60)
three females, late 40’s or older to play Mel’s older sisters - Pearl, Jessie, and Pauline 

Bare Bones Theater Company, 57 Main St, Northport, auditions for Ripcord by David Lindsay-Abaire on Tues, March 7 and Wed, March 8 from 7:30-9:30pm, Callbacks Thurs, March 9 @ 7:30pm. Bring a headshot and resume. Sides will be provided at the audition (see below). Actors cast must be available for all performances. Performances: April 27, 28, 29, May 4, 5, 6, 12 & 13 @ 8PM, April 30 and May 7 @ 2PM. Director: Lynn Antunovich, Associate Director: Lee Kurfist. Seeking three men and three women. Characters:
ABBY BINDER: (70's-80's) an assisted living resident 
MARILYN DUNNE: (70's-80's) an assisted living resident 
SCOTTY: (20's-30's) a resident aide 
COLLEEN AND WOMAN IN WHITE: (30's-40's) played by the same actress 
BENJAMIN, LEWIS and CLOWN: (40's) played by the same actor 
DEREK, ZOMBIE BUTLER and MASKED MAN: (30's-40's)played by the same actor
All sides are from the Dramatists Play Service, Inc. version of the script. Can be ordered from Amazon.com or Drama Book Shop.
ABBY: Pages 24-26
MARILYN: Pages 24-26
SCOTTY: Pages 36-37
COLLEEN: Pages 26-27
BENJAMIN: Pages 46-47
DEREK: Pages 26-27

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport auditions for Oklahoma! Richard Dolce, Producing Artistic Director; Vic DiMonda, Associate Producing Director; director, Igor Goldin; musical director TBA; choreographer Drew Humphrey; Wojcik/Seay Casting, Casting Office. Daytime rehearsals in NYC: 4/21; Open: 5/11; Close: 6/25. All actors attending either call should prepare to sing 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show. You may sing from Oklahoma!. Bring sheet music in the key in which you would like to sing, an accompanist will be provided. Bring your full book of music and a recent headshot/resume. Bring dance clothes/shoes if asked to stay and dance. Details are below. Union and non-Union actors will be seen. Producer will run all aspects of these auditions.
OPEN CALL for Dancers who Sing and Singers who Dance: Pearl Studios, 500 8th Ave, NYC 4th Floor – HOLDING: Studio 409
Thurs, March 9
WOMEN: 10am – 1pm. Sign up begins at 9am and the list will be pulled by 11am. 
 MEN: 2pm – 5pm. Sign up begins at 1pm and the list will be pulled at 3pm 
Sat, March 11
Engeman Theatre, 250 Main St, Northport – Studio 1
12PM – Sign Up for MEN & WOMEN
1PM – Audition Begins
The producer will be actively casting from these calls so attendance is highly recommended. LOCAL ACTORS unable to attend these auditions, send headshot and resume to Vic DiMonda, c/o The Engeman Theater, 250 Main St, Northport, NY 11768 or email at vdimonda@engemantheater.com Attn: Oklahoma!. NYC BASED ACTORS unable to attend these auditions, send headshot and resume to Wojcik/Seay Casting at staff@wscasting.com Attn: Oklahoma!.
CURLY McCLAIN – To play early 20s. Handsome, likeable cowboy. An idealist, full of hope for a future that includes Laurey. Legit full-bodied bari-tenor (Sustained F#).
LAUREY WILLIAMS – To play age 18-20. Lives on a farm with her Aunt Eller. Stubborn, yet sensitive, she is a dreamer who loves Curly, yet is unable to reveal this to him. Saucy yet legit light soprano (High F, possible high A)
AUNT ELLER - Age 45+. Strong pioneer woman. Her years have brought her an almost mystical connection with the land. Must move. Character alto (Low F).
ADO ANNIE – To play age 18-20. A young woman whose new-found attractiveness has left her both confused and uninhibited. Must move well – dance a plus. Comedic mezzo/alto (Sustained D, sings F).
WILL PARKER – To play early 20s. Cowboy who loves Ado Annie. A little slow on the uptake, he sees only what’s straight ahead of him. Strong dancing role – clogging a plus. Tenor or high baritone (Character, sustain high F).
JUD FRY - Age 30-40. Farmhand. His quiet and brooding surface hides an inner rage. Angry at the hand life has dealt him, he lashes out at those he dislikes. Ominous bass/baritone (C#).
ALI HAKIM - Age 30-40. Persian peddler who drifts from town to town, selling his wares and wooing the farmers’ daughters, always leaving before he gets caught. Comic role, non-singing.
GERTIE CUMMINGS - Age 18-24. Competes with Laurey for Curly’s attention. Has a rather distinctive laugh that both announces and defines her presence. A little of her goes a long way. Sings with ensemble.
ANDREW CARNES - Age 45+. Shotgun-toting protective father of Ado Annie. A farmer who would even let his daughter marry a peddler, as long as he comes up with the dowry. Tenor/high baritone (Sustained high F)
IKE SKIDMORE, CORD ELAM - Farmers, age 40+. Sing with ensemble.
MALE and FEMALE ENSEMBLE Singers and/or Dancers, all ages and types, to portray cowboys, farmers, their gals, dance hall girls, etc. Legit vocal style needed. Strong ballet training a plus.

Merrick Theatre, 2222 Hewlett Ave, Merrick 11566 (516) 868 6400, auditions for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street on Mon, March 13 & Tues, March 14 at 7pm. Callbacks: Thurs, March 16. Those called back will be asked to read selected scenes and songs from the piece. Rehearsals begin mid-June, Sun-Thurs. It is encouraged that actors come into the first rehearsal off book on all text. Performance dates: July 29, Aug 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 & 19 at 8pm and July 30, Aug 6, 13 and 20 at 3pm.  
Come prepared with 16-32 bars in the style of the show (singing from the show is also appropriate). Truly, any Sondheim is the most appropriate, but feel free to sing what suits you best. Also, provide a headshot, resume and conflict sheet from June - July 29. Video Auditions will be accepted up until the night of March 14. Contact director, Tommy Ranieri for further instructions. 
An infamous tale, Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, returns to nineteenth century London, seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which, he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett's luck sharply shifts when Todd's thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up... and the carnage has only just begun. Director: Tommy Ranieri / Choreographer: Bobby Montaniz / Musical Director: Zach Mandernach 
Stage Manager: Nicholas Cariello / Assistant Stage Manager: Julia Bregy. Contact director at tr1369@nyu.edu with any questions or for further info. 
*The role of Sweeney Todd/Benjamin Barker has been cast. 
Character Breakdown: 
Mrs. Lovett - An entrepreneurial and amoral meat pie shop owner. She falls in love with Todd and turns his desire for revenge into a profitable business venture. Age: 35 to 50, Vocal range top: E5 bottom: G3 
Anthony Hope - A naive and youthful sailor returning to London. He helps Todd return to London and unexpectedly falls in love with Johanna. Vocal range top: F4 bottom: Bb2 
Johanna - A spritely girl, full of innocence, constantly yearning for freedom. Todd's long-lost daughter and Turpin's ward. Vocal range top: A5 bottom: Bb3 
Tobias Ragg - A poor youngster apprenticed to Pirelli. He finds a surrogate family in Todd and Lovett. Exclusively searching for a young adult ranging for this role. Vocal range top: Ab4 bottom: Bb2 
Judge Turpin - A lecherous public official who portrays himself as a sanctimonious authoritarian. He takes advantage of his position in the city and is responsible for imprisoning Todd. Vocal range top: Gb4 bottom: E2 
Beadle - A pompous public official. He is deeply loyal to the corrupt Turpin. Vocal range top: D5 bottom: D3 
Beggar Woman - A deranged and schizophrenic woman who harbors a dark, surprising secret. Vocal range top: F5 bottom: Ab3 
Adolfo Pirelli - A flamboyant Italian rival barber; a charlatan with a secret past. Vocal range top: C5 bottom: B2 
Jonas Fogg - The owner of Fogg's Asylum. He sells the hair of madmen to wigmakers. 
Ensemble: Looking for extremely talented vocal musicians who are familiar with holding difficult harmonies and have distinct presence on stage. The ensemble makes or breaks the rules that this world establishes. Looking for Soprano 1’s through Bass 2’s. Wide age range. Should be comfortable waltzing.

Arena Players Theater is auditions for its summer Shakespeare festival, Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing on March 18 & 19 from 5 - 7pm. Bring headshot & resume. No need to prepare anything; sides will be provided for all actors. For inquiries contact evanminstrel@gmail.com or call 516-557-1207.
Open roles:
MACBETH July 2 - 30; every Wed & Fri 8pm, Sun 7pm
THE THREE WITCHES – The Weird Sisters. Any age. Play a multitude of characters throughout the play
DUNCAN – The King of Scotland. 50s – 70s
MALCOLM – Eldest son of Duncan, heir to the throne. 20s – 30s
PORTER – Comic servant character, plays a variety of other roles. 40s – 70s
MACDUFF – Rival to Macbeth. Ally of Malcolm. A family man who suffers great loss. 30s – 50s
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Aug 4 - 27; every Wed & Fri 8pm, Sun 7pm
​CLAUDIO – Young count and soldier, love interest of Hero. 18 – 20s
​HERO – The ingénue. Love interest of Claudio. Daughter of Leonato. 18 –20s
​DON PEDRO – Charismatic nobleman from Aragon. Commander to Benedick and Claudio. Most powerful character in the play, whose judgment governs much. 30s – 50s
​LEONATO – Hero’s father and Beatrice’s uncle. The action of the play takes place at his home. 50s – 70s
​DON JOHN – The melancholy, sullen bastard brother of Don Pedro. The villain of the play. 20s – 40s
​MARGARET – A bawdy serving woman who unintentionally schemes with Don John. Comic role. Borachio’s lover. 20s – 40s
​BORACHIO – Associate of Don John’s. Schemer and lover of Margaret. 20s –40s
CONRAD – Close associate of Don John’s, devoted to his cause. 20s – 40s
URSULA – One of Hero’s loyal waiting woman. 20s – 50s
​ANTONIO – Hero’s elderly uncle, Beatrice’s father, brother to Leonato. 50s –70s
​VERGES – A police deputy, Dogberry’s comical sidekick. 20s – 50s
​BALTHASAR – A musician and favored servant at court, instrumental in getting Benedick to fall for Beatrice. 20s – 60s

North Fork Community Theatre, 12700 Old Sound Ave, Mattituck 11952 auditions for Cabaret (the 1998 revival version) on Sun and Mon, March 19 and 20 at 7pm, with callbacks on Wed, March 22. Prepare 16 bars of a Broadway theater song (an accompanist will be provided) and be prepared for a dance audition if you’re interested in the roles of the Emcee or Sally or the Ensemble. Leads will also read briefly from the script. You may sing from the score, but not the title song. Rehearsals will be held Mon-Thurs till opening, with perhaps a couple of Sun evenings if needed. (We will not rehearse Mother’s Day.) Performances are May 18-June 4. No performance conflicts. Director: Manning Dandridge. Music Director: George Moravek. Choreographer: Chelsea Chizever. Email questions to the director at manningdand@outlook.com.
Emcee: Male 23+. Host of the play and the Kit Kat Klub. Thinking of a suave, Dracula-type approach, but we are open to a more traditional, impish portrayal.
Sally Bowles: Should be able to play early 20’s+. The key to Sally is that she is very insecure but tries to hide it with false bravado. Must be able to project vulnerability and need not be a powerhouse singer. We are looking for Sally Bowles, not Liza Minnelli. English accent a plus.
Cliff Bradshaw: Should look late 20’s-late 30’s. A confused bisexual American writer who becomes Sally’s lover. Minimal singing.
Fraulein Schneider: 50+. World-weary but still with a zest for life, she runs a local boarding house where most of the characters reside. Ability to ACT her songs is more important than being a good singer. Slight German accent.
Herr Schultz: Late 40s+. Shy but lovable Jewish grocer who is linked romantically to Schneider. Slight German accent. Must be able to carry a tune.
Ernst Ludwig: late 20s+. Nazi smuggler and sympathizer, somewhat the villain of the play. Must be able to sing “Tomorrow Belongs to Me” forcefully.
Fraulein Kost: 30+. Prostitute who lives in the boarding house. Earthy and funny. Minimal singing.
Ensemble will consist of several men and women, age negotiable. Must be decent dancers and look reasonably attractive in skimpy, sexy clothing.
Young Boy 9-14 to sing “Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” This is a 2-3 minute scene, with no additional stage time.

SoLuna Studios auditions The Wedding Singer on Mon, March 27.  Callbacks on Tues, March 28. Show dates are June 1-4. ALL ROLES OPEN. Seeking a teen cast and a main stage cast. There will be a production fee for both casts to help support the costs of this production. For more info regarding this show, visit www.weddingsinger2017.com.   

Noel S. Ruiz Theatre at CM Performing Arts Center​, 931 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale 11769 auditions for Priscilla Queen of the Desert
on ​Mon, April 10 and Tues, April 11 at 7:30pm. Visit www.CMPAC.com for more info. Show Dates: Sat, June 3, 17, 24, July 8 at 8pm, Sun, June 4, 11, 25 at 2pm, Fri, June 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7 at 8pm, Wed, June 14 at 7:30pm, Wed, June 28 at 2pm. Director: Kristen Digilio / Choreographer: M.E. Junge / Musical Director: Matthew W. Surico / Stage Manager: Amanda Wenchel
Character Breakdown 
[BERNADETTE] Male, to play 40s – 50s. A quietly dignified transsexual who must be convincing as an older woman who was once the star performer of ‘Les Girls.’ The mother of the group, Bernadette is glamorous, oozing Old Hollywood charm with rapier wit and sensitivity. Must be able to be convincing and touching in her attraction and growing relationship with Bob. PRINCIPAL
[MITZI/TICK] Male, to play 30s. With an unremarkable and essentially straight exterior, Tick is a discontented drag queen, the best in the business. Estranged husband of Marion and absent father to 8-year-old Benji, his journey from disillusionment to fulfillment through being reunited with his son is the central core of the story. Baritone/tenor and dancing ability. PRINCIPAL 
[FELICIA/ADAM] Male, to play 20s. A flashy, sexy drag queen and born performer with a more than occasional bitchy streak. Provocative and outspoken, he has a tendency to get himself into trouble with both friends and complete strangers. Very well-maintained physical features. Tenor, dancing, and lip-synching ability. PRINCIPAL
[BOB] Male, to play late 40s – 60s. A mechanic. Typical laconic attitude, soft-hearted Aussie bloke who spent years wandering around the world only to find he was better off where he started. Has a fascination with Bernadette whom he saw perform in ‘Les Girls’ in Sydney more than 20 years ago. Minimal singing ability. PRINCIPAL
[BENJI] Male, 8 – 11 years old to play 8. The cute son of Tick and his estranged wife, Marion (a hotel entertainment manager). Marion has brought Benji up to be sweet and open-minded. Tick has not seen him for many years. Requires a good actor who sings. PRINCIPAL
[SHIRLEY] Female, 30s – 50s. Hardened outback bartender/waitress. Good ironic comedy. Character acting, singing (solo and ensemble pieces), and dancing ability.
[MARION] Female, mid 30s – early 40s. A hotel Entertainment Manager in Darwin, mother of 8-year-old Benjamin, and estranged wife of Tick. A strong, direct, and forthright woman who takes charge, but is incredibly accepting of her role as a single mother. There is a deep unconventional affection between her and Tick. Strong singing and acting. Will be required to sing and dance in ensemble numbers. 
[CYNTHIA] Female, late 20s – 30s, Asian. Bob’s feisty Filipino wife. A frustrated performer of obscure “stage tricks” which make her very popular at the local pub. She spends her days as a housewife looking after Bob and his home. Character acting, singing, and dancing ability essential. Must have a great physique. ENSEMBLE
[THE DIVAS] Female, 20s – 40s. Three females who carry the musical weight of the show. Sassy, strong, and sexy, these women lead us through some of the greatest hits of the last decades. All shapes and sizes welcome, but brilliant vocalists in the disco-belt style with flexible range a must. Will also be part of the female ensemble. 
[MISS UNDERSTANDING] Male, 30s, African-American. A fabulous drag queen with great comic hosting ability. Sets up the tone of the show for us—must be able to work a crowd well, and look brilliant in drag. Ability to deliver Tina Turner numbers convincingly a must. Character acting, singing, and dancing ability, mostly all ensemble pieces with one key scene (the opening number).
[FRANK] Male, late 20s – early 40s. Tough miner bloke with violent tendencies. A hardened resident of mining town Coober Pedy. Tall, strapping, and very outback Australian. Character acting, singing, and dancing ability, mostly all ensemble pieces with one key scene. 
[JIMMY] Male, late 20s – 30s, African-American. Friendly indigenous Australian bloke that the queens run into in the desert. Innocent charm and great movement skills—any traditional dance a huge plus. Character acting, singing, and dancing ability, mostly all ensemble pieces with one key scene.
[YOUNG BERNADETTE] Male, late 20s – mid 30s. The epitome of grace and glamour—gender illusion rather than drag—‘Les Girls’ at its most alluring. Also plays FARRAH, a young, beautiful, and sassy drag queen, in the opening number. Must be a brilliant mover and look stunning and believable as a woman. Character acting, singing, and dancing ability, mostly all ensemble pieces with one key scene. 
[ENSEMBLE] Male and Female, 20s – 30s, Dancers who sing well. To play a variety of ensemble characters. Any drag experience a plus. 

The First String Players’ audition for a summer production of Enter Laughing by Joseph Stein at Our Lady of Mercy Parish Hall- Lower Church, 70-01 Kessel St, Forest Hills 11375 (use Juno St entrance) on  April 24 & 26 from 7-9:30pm. Producers: Paul Morisi and Chris Giammarino / Director: Chris Martens. All parts are open. Audition sides will be provided upon arrival.

(starting with the most recently received)

New Five Star Millennium Entertainment, Inc., is seeking an actress (between ages of 23-45) for an original role (Janet Mcintyre) in Murder by Ambition. No live performances. The original play will be cammed in Northport in May/June for Cablevision's channel 20, Public Access Television, for one year, every Sat nite beginning Oct 7, 2017 until Sept 2018. Non-paying. Full script and complete schedule available upon submissions/reply. Submit inquiries, photo and resume to Georgesidoti@aol.com

Broadhollow Theater Company is casting its summer mainstage musical, Bye Bye Birdie. Tommie Gibbons Dir.Choreo. Performances 7/15 - 9/24. Rehearsals begin mid May. Send headshot/resume to t.gibby315@gmail.com.

EastLine Productions is looking to fill the following roles in its upcoming production of King Charles III, running April 14 -30, rehearsals beginning Mid-Feb:
William, Duke of Cambridge (Son to Charles) - Male, 25-35, requires a British accent
*Show is performed in iambic pentameter**
Contact us at Eastlinetheatre@gmail.com or 516-749-5047

movies4movies film festival seeking actors for a live table read of the screenplay Never About Love by Phillip Lebovits on Sat, Feb 25 at 1pm in Dobbs Ferry. We are seeking 7 female and 7 male actors to participate in the reading. No pay. You will receive credit in our program and refreshments will be provided. You are encouraged to stay and join us as our guest for the full day of programming including a networking reception that will be held immediately following the reading. Each actor will be guaranteed to read a part or parts that appear on at least 12 pages or more (we want this to be worth your while!). If you would like to participate, email me at natalie@senastudiosny.com.

Arena Players Repertory Theater seeking actors for its upcoming season, including the plays Fat Pig and the children's theater shows Tale of the Frog Prince and Little Red Revisited. If interested, contact evanminstrel@gmail.com to set up a date and time to audition.
Fat Pig by Neil Labute
Helen: Overweight librarian comfortable in her own skin. Not self-conscious about her weight or her eating habits and embraces them. Intelligent and not easily manipulated. (20-40)
Fat Pig centers on Tom, a typical young professional who becomes involved in a relationship with a plus-sized librarian, Helen. Tom is conflicted with the realization that his work associate, Carter, is highly insulting about the relationship due to Helen's weight and appearance. The play follows the journey of their relationship through a poignant, and eye opening production that hits on the topics of outside influence on a person's every decision. 
Little Red Revisited - April 1, 8 and 22 at 1 pm
Casting 3 females and 4 males ages of 10-17
Come hear the story of Little Red Riding Hood the way the animals of the forest tell it. Here we meet Little Red - but she's not just a little girl...she's a little girl wolf! AND she and her Mama Wolf and Grandma Wolf are being hunted by some over anxious hunters. See how Little Red and her family outsmart the humans in this animal friendly audience participation play.

The selections have been made for the 8th Annual Northport One-Act Play Festival. If you would like to be considered to act in one, send your resume/headshot to NorthportPlays@gmail.com.
Current open roles:
Program 1: Performances April 28 @ 7:30pm & April 29 at 3pm. 
The Genie (Director Lou Allaco) - A tale of the suspension of belief 
Roles for 2 men, ages unspecified 
High Cheekbones (Director Peter Scarpinato) - A drama where, at a HS reunion, many changes and surprises are faced. 
Paul: late 20s -mid 30s, former jock attending 20 yr high school reunion 
Dee: transgendered woman, late 20s-mid 30s , best friends with Paul 
Dawn: late 20s - mid 30s. Cynical but funny 
Lost in Space - The Musical (Chuck Calabrese and Michael West) - Astronauts floating in a capsule, not so different from a couple lost on the road, except for an observing alien
The Man and The Alien needed to sing away the dilemma
Dressed to Kill (Director Stan Katz) - An abducted young Nigerian girl is prepared by her husband, a Boko Haram commander to be a suicide bomber.
Lami: Petit in size to portray a 16 year old Nigerian girl, ability to do light accent helpful.
Program 2: Performances April 29 @ 7:30pm & April 30 @ 3pm
A Thousand Words (Director Linda Randolph) – A comedy in which two paintings come to life in an art gallery and determine their own fate. Who will they go home with? 
Mona: 20's, attractive female model type, feisty 
Lisa: 20's, attractive female model type, a little slow 
Trent: 50's, male art critic, snobby 
Sue: 30's, female, married to George 
George: 30's, male, married to Sue 
Smiley (Director Charlotte Koons) A touching comedy about a couple who want to revive their relationship.
Two women and one man, ages unspecified.
Characters (Director Michael Solomowitz) - The question, "What is a play?", takes center stage as four indispensable characters defend their territories in this hilarious and unconventional "play-in-a-play-in a play" farce 
Playwright (Dexter Cranston): (40s-60s) Stringent and by-the-book, who firmly defends his script while everyone around him is trying to change it. Is he as demanding as he appears or the man-behind-the-curtain instigating the "rebellion?" 
Director (Randall Halloway): (40s-60s) Self-centered, outspoken and blunt Hollywood type, who appears to be the main instigator in the "rebellion" for pivotal changes in the play he's directing and already in production. But is he also working behind the scenes?

St. George Living History Productions is casting for their 2017 season of original stage programs. Actors are encouraged to audition for a wide range of roles. Our productions encompass dramatic programs, musical comedy presentations and more. Our Signature Series are original stage productions depicting the lives of American Icons such as Bob Hope, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Lucille Ball. If you have auditioned in the past we encourage you to addition again. We have a lengthy list of acting positions to fill. Audition Location: Ward Melville Cultural Center, Stony Brook . If you sing, be prepared with a standard or Broadway song. Forward headshot and resume to: sal@salstgeorge.com. Auditions by Appt Only. For more info, call 631-654-1888. 

Long Island Children's Entertainment company seeking future princesses and children's entertainers for events. 
- Must be available Sat & Sun 
- Must have a car 
- Be loud, energetic, and reliable 
Great Pay. Lots of smiles. 
Contact: Danielle Ferrantello 516-351-0423 or email info@rushoffun.com  

Woodside Players of Queens is accepting submissions for their summer production of short, one-act comedies. The show will run over two weekends in June in Queens. If interesting in acting, send your resume and headshot to: woodsideplayersofqueens@gmail.com.

The Gilbert & Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island is seeking men and women to join the ensemble of our production of The Pirates of Penzance.  No previous stage experience necessary...just a love of singing. Call 516-229-1427 for more info.


Kids for Kids Productions is looking for a light board operator for its production of All Shook Up at its Oakdale location. Person would need to be available for tech week and three shows, show dates are Fri Mar 31@ 8pm, Sat Apr 1@ 8pm and Sun Apr 2 @ 2pm. A small stipend is paid. All applicants contact Russell Scott at rscott@kidsforkidsproductions.org.

Maggie's Little Theater at St. Margaret Parish Hall in Middle Village, Queens, seeks Stage Director and Music Director for its production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Rehearses 3 days each week beginning in April. Performances are July 15, 16, 21, 22 & 23. For an interview appt or for more info, email maggieslittletheater@gmail.com. Visit our web site at www.maggieslittletheater.org

Take A Bow Playhouse is looking for staff to join their Summer 2017 family. We operate a day camp in Wheatley Heights Mon-Fri 9am-4:pm from June 26-Aug 18. Looking to fill two types of positions: 
1) Staff to double as camp counselors and theatre teachers (looking for specialist in the fields of Voice, Dance and/or Acting) and 2) Staff to solely be counselors who supervise children, but show an interest in musical theatre. 
 Must love working with children (ages 6-13), be patient, organized and ready to have fun in the sun!  Send resume and cover letter to info@takeabowplayhouse.com.

Dance Connection in Islip seeks Summer Camp Teachers for their 2017 season. Week-long camps run June 26 - Aug 18. Staffing for each camp is determined on a camp by camp basis. Full day camps run from 9:15am-3:15pm (8:45am-3:45pm for teacher) and half day camps run from 10am-12:30pm (9:30am-1pm for teacher). We typically schedule multiple camp teachers for each camp, often with camp teachers splitting which days of the camp they work or splitting a full day into two shifts. Requirements include a love of teaching children; experience as a dance teacher, school teacher or summer camp teacher; classroom management skills; a dance, music or theatre background is preferred; a high school diploma or GED is required; a B.S. or B.A. in Education is a plus, but not required. For further details, visit http://lidanceconnection.com/summer-camp-teacher/ or email joe@lidanceconnection.com.

Back Stage Theater Co. on the Farmingdale State College campus seeks a Musical Director for Band Geeks. Must have evening availability for auditions/rehearsals. Shows: April 27, 28 & 29. Send resume to Sandy Lory-Snyder at snydersb@farmingdale.edu or call 631-420-2552 Paid position.

Crestwood Country Day Camp is seeking a Drama Director, who will oversee drama workshops/classes and direct two musical shows during the summer season in conjunction with Music Director and add'l drama staff. Teaching or training experience preferred. Summer Season: June 29 - Aug 24. Closed Mon/Tues, July 3/4 and weekends. Orientations prior to the first day are required and vary by position. Hours 8:30am - 4:15pm daily with add'l hours as needed. Applicants must have an in-person interview. To apply, visit our website, click Work at Crestwood and then Apply Online. www.crestwoodcountryday.com

Flutist and violinist needed for Jerry Herman's Milk and Honey at the Plainview Jewish Center
Show dates:
Sat, March 18 & 25 @ 8PM
Sun, March 19 @ 7PM
Sun, March 26 @ 2PM
Orchestra rehearsals will be on Sundays beginning Feb 12 at noon. Call Executive Producer Stuart Haimes at 516-319-9099.

Honey’s School of Dance is looking for versatile, enthusiastic and accomplished dance instructors with experience teaching ages youth through adults. Experience teaching all levels in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, creative movement, lyrical, modern, contemporary, and musical theatre. Wed-Fri 5-7pm, Sat 10-1pm. Call 516-225-1088 or email us musicalgrl2003@gmail.com.
Responsibilities include:
Dance performance opportunities with students and other staff
Morning, evening and weekend dance classes
Opportunity to teach dance all ages 2-Adults
Two dance performances a year
Must do musical and theatrical showcase
Year round Dance and Theatre school
Choreograph dance routines for all ages and levels of dance
Must have proper dance shoes and clothing
Must be a Non-Smoker
Ages 23-35 with a dance teacher certification and dance teacher experience.
Need to bring current dance resume, headshot, appropriate dance attire and shoes to your interview and if you have videos of yourself or your last recital
Be prepare to do 2 styles of dance for interview as well as teach a dance routine for 2 different levels of dance
Must make up a dance on the spot for yourself or a group of kids
Must be available to start immediately if hired
Must have dance teacher experience with kids and adults with disabilities
Come dressed to dance

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is seeking an Sound Engineer for our Main Stage Musical Theater productions from Jan - early May with a possible extension or add'l work. Must have knowledge of wireless microphones, Qlab operation, understand audio patching as well as ability to run and program a digital console. Other responsibilities include: Programming and operating a Yamaha M7 console, programming and operating QLab, maintaining sound system and wireless microphones, assisting with stage changeovers between shows and mixing live theatrical performances. Hours vary but will predominately be Wed - Sun. Weekday evening and full days on weekends. Must have full time availability and schedule flexibility. Seeking a true team player for a fast paced and fun environment. Send resume to jtully@engemantheater.com

Woodside Players of Queens is accepting submissions for their summer production of short, one-act comedies. The show will run over two weekends in June in Queens. If interesting in directing a one act, send your resume to: woodsideplayersofqueens@gmail.com.

Hannah Kroner Legacy Foundation, a newly formed 501c3, non-profit organization is seeking musicians, as well as production staff including, but not limited to, stage mgr, asst stage mgrpropscostumes, etc. for the world premiere of LOVE. LIGHT. DANCE., a theatrical benefit performance celebrating the life and legacy of Hannah Kroner. Written by Evelyn Summer and adapted for the stage and directed by Bob Spiotto, the performance will make its debut on July 15 at Temple Emanuel of Great Neck. Proceeds from this performance will fund higher education scholarships for aspiring, deserving students of dance and musical theater. HANNAH KRONER SCHOOL OF DANCE, 1180 WILLIS AVE, ALBERTSON 11507
 Musicians-live music will be incorporated into the production. Let us know what instrument (s) you play and what your level of proficiency/experience is.
❖ Production Staff-email a brief resume prior to the auditions and include what position (s) you wish to be considered for.
Rehearsals will take place primarily on weekends and established weeknights beginning in Feb. 
 All inquiries regarding auditions should be directed to - put HKLF2017in the subject line. No compensation. For more info about the foundation visit http://www.hklegacy.org All inquiries regarding auditions should be directed to robertspiotto@gmail.com. Put HKLF2017in the subject line. No compensation. For more info about the foundation visit http://www.hklegacy.org 

Temple Emanu-El of East Meadow seeks Music Director with strong piano skills needed for production of Shrek The Musical. Rehearsals begin in mid-Jan and four performances run from April 29 - May 7. Forward resume and contact info to Elliott at elliottsolo@verizon.net.

Costume America is seeking a part time costume assistant. This is a very diversified position. Duties include laundry, answering phones, assisting customers in the store, pulling and prepping costumes for pickup/shipping, restocking, etc. Sewing skills are a HUGE plus. Email resume to info@costumeamerica.com to apply. DO NOT CALL. Costume America is a costume rental house with a small retail store front located on the Nassau/Suffolk border. We specialize in children's and school theatre but accommodate everyone. We ship all over the country and are consistently producing new costumes in house.

Ever wanted to be a manager or big time agent and make money from other people's work? If so, then saddle up partners! The Murder For You Players of LI are looking for any "bookies" who can get us a show date at a firehouse, church, fraternal org or almost anywhere on LI.  It's easy, too. Call Jake at 631-235-8741 anytime and ask for the details of the show. If we get the gig, you will get 10% of the fee.  The bigger the gig, the bigger your 10%!  We will play fund-raisers, private parties or corporate events.
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