Plaza Theatricals is casting roles in Snow White (performed by adults for young people). Rehearsals are 3-6pm on July 31, Aug 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 & 10. Tech/Dress Rehearsal on Fri, Aug 11 from 2-6pm. The show rehearses in Lynbrook and performs exclusively at the LI Children’s Museum, Garden City. Performances are Sat & Sun (11:30am & 2pm) Aug 12-27 with an add'l performance on Fri, Aug 25 at 7pm.  Per performance stipend for actors 18+.  Contact Plaza at (516) 599-6870 or email plazatheatrical@aol.com

​The Young Artists Project is holding an emergency call for young men (17-25) to play lead/supporting roles for its production of 
A Midsummer Night's Dream. The production is and hour long adaptation of the original play, which will be geared towards children and young adults, and will be performing for multiple libraries across the Island. If interested, email us at youngartistsprojectli@gmail.com or call us at (516)-233-0775.
Roles available - *Note- due to the way in which we are adapting the script, each actor will be cast as more than one character.
Lysander-An Athenian youth who devised to run away into the woods with his love, Hermia. 
Francis Flute- A bellows mender (plays Thisbe in the play's Interlude)
Theseus- Duke of Athens 
Oberon- The King of the Faries 
Snug- A Joiner (plays Lion in the play's interlude)
Demetrius- an Athenian youth who is in love with Hermia, despite her not loving him. 
Nick Bottom- A weaver who is transformed into a donkey by Puck the fairy (plays Perimus in the play's interlude)

One 19 Productions – A new production company working in NYC and LI is looking for an actress (20’s-early 30’s) of Middle Eastern ancestry for their production of Beirut Rocks by Israel Horovitz. The character is Nasa a Palestinian born but American raised college student who is in Beirut studying during the start of the Hezbollah-Israel war of 2006. Performs Oct 18-22 in Long Island City, rehearsals are once or twice a week in the Ronkonkoma area. Rehearsals have begun so don’t wait, send your head shot and resume to Director Timothy Gillespie at peppercorn.montgomery@gmail.com so we can set up an audition time.

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

Eastline Productions, 2123 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh, auditions for  Almost, Maine by John Cariani & On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson on 7/27 7:30-8:30PM (Callbacks to follow that night). SIDES WILL BE PROVIDED.
Performance Dates:
Almost, Maine: 9/8, 9/9, 9/15, 9/16 at 8PM
9/10 & 9/17 at 2:30PM
On Golden Pond: 10/13, 10/14, 10/20, 10/21 at 8PM
10/15 & 10/22 at 2:30PM
Almost, Maine is a collection of nine short vignettes that explore love and loss through the lens of an extremely remote and seemingly mythical almost town in rural Maine. The play takes on the topic through a very comic lens: a woman carries a shattered heart in a bag, a man shrinks in size after having his heart broken, friends of the opposite sex fall down constantly until they realize they love each other. Through this surreal viewpoint, Cariani takes viewers on a ride to remember.
Characters: (all roles are flexible for gender, age & race, roles WILL be double cast or more):
PETE and GINETTE, who have been dating for a little while.
MARVALYN, a woman who is very good at protecting herself, and STEVE, an open, kind fellow whose brother protects him.
GAYLE and LENDALL, longtime girlfriend and boyfriend.
RANDY and CHAD, two "County boys."
MAN and HOPE, who has traveled the world, and a MAN, who has not.
GLORY and EAST, a repairman, and GLORY, a hiker.
WAITRESS and JIMMY and SANDRINE, a heating and cooling guy; his ex-girlfriend; a salty waitress.
DAVE and RHONDA, a tough woman, and DAVE, the not-so-tough man who loves her.
MARCI and PHIL, a working man, and his hardworking wife MARC.
On Golden Pond: Ethel and Norman Thayer have spent every summer of their marriage at their home on a lake called Golden Pond. This particular year they are visited by daughter Chelsea with her fiancé Billy Ray and his son. This heartwarming play explores the often turbulent relationship between father and daughter, and the difficulties faced by an aging couple in the twilight years of their marriage. Come see the loons this October as we celebrate this classic by Ernest Thompson. Characters:
Norman Thayer, Jr (65-85)
Ethel Thayer (65-85)
Charlie Martin (30-45)
Chelsea Thayer Wayne (30-45)
Bill Ray (30-45) 
Billy Ray, Jr (12-16)

Cultural Arts Playhouse auditions on Mon, July 31 and Tues, Aug 1 at 7pm for the musical Carrie which will be performed at the CAP, 170 Michael Dr, Syosset 9/30-10/22 Director: Tony Fragipane / Musical Director: Rich Giordano / Musical Movement: Eliana Kayelle / Stage Manager: Diane Marmann
 THE STORY: Carrie White is a misfit. At school, she's an outcast who's bullied by the popular crowd, and virtually invisible to everyone else. At home, she's at the mercy of her loving but cruelly over-protective mother. But Carrie's just discovered she's got a special power, and if pushed too far, she's not afraid to use it…
CASTING: 6 Women (age 17-30), 2 Women (age 35-50), 5 Men (age 17-30), 1 Man (age 30-50) - All roles open
CARRIE WHITE (Female, to play 17) – A painfully shy outsider with a strong desire to belong. Victim of frequent pranks and bullying at school as well as abuse under her mother’s strict religious control at home. She transforms from ugly duckling into graceful – and then vengeful – swan. Vocally, she must be capable of lyrical sweetness as well as fierce power. Requires a special actress with mesmerizing presence and extreme stamina as an actor and singer.
SUE SNELL (Female, to play 17-18) – A popular over achieving student. Her unthinking participation in a cruel act of bullying causes a crisis of conscience that leads her on a complicated emotional and psychological journey to make amends. Smart with just a touch of shrewd edge. The play is told through her memory. Vocally, she has a pop ballad voice that delivers sincerity and strength.
TOMMY ROSS (Male, to play 17-18) – Handsome, popular star athlete, and all around standout. Yet he also has unexpected, quirky sensitivity and is just starting to mine his personal life and feelings – a budding poet. Effortless pop tenor.
CHRIS HARGENSEN (Female, to play 17-18) – Rich, spoiled, and dangerous. A knockout beauty loaded with sexual dynamite, and serious daddy and anger management issues. Her voice is pop/rock percussive: rangy and powerful. Must be an equally strong dancer. May require partial nudity.
BILLY NOLAN (Male, 20s) – A dangerous, sexy, trashy, stupid-like-a-fox bad boy beholden to Chris’s bidding. His voice is that of a wailing rocker. Strong dancer.
MISS GARDNER (Female, mid-30’s) – The girls’ no nonsense P.E. teacher. A tough disciplinarian, Carrie also arouses within her a surprising instinct to protect. Warm and powerful pop belt.
MR. STEPHENS / REV. BLISS (Male, 30’s - 40’s) – A English teacher and guidance counselor not quite connected to the world of his students. Doubles as Reverend Bliss, the voice of a radio evangelist. Strong, clear rock tenor/baritone.
NORMA (Female, to play 17-18) – A Bitchy gossip with an artistic hipster edge. Norma is second-in-command to Chris’ queen bee. A strong singer/dancer.
FRIEDA (Female, to play 17-18) – Sue’s sometime friend. A drama dork, she’s an easygoing, get-along follower and a tireless extracurricular committee volunteer.
HELEN (Female, to play 17-18) – A leggy cheerleader. Giggly and easily shocked, her immaturity and need to belong make her the perfect example of the herd mentality. A strong singer/dancer.
GEORGE (Male, to play 17-18) - A jock. Preppy. Somewhat unsure. Tommy’s wingman since childhood.
STOKES (Male, to play 17-18) – A bit of a nerd, he’s happy to be sometimes included as one of Tommy’s posse.
FREDDY (Male, to play 17-18) – The wise-cracking class clown and official yearbook photographer, he can’t believe any girl would ever give him the time of day.

North Fork Community Theatre auditions for the musical Young Frankenstein on Sun, Aug 6 at 7:30pm and Mon, Aug 7 at 7pm. Callbacks will be on Tues, Aug 8 at 7pm. Prepare 32 measures of a song. OK to sing a song from the show. Actors will receive some group dance instruction to see the level of their rhythmic dexterity. There will be readings from the script at callbacks. Performances are set for Oct 12-15, 19-22 and 26-29. If you have questions, call director Bob Kaplan at 631-929-3042.

Hardscrabble Theater auditions on Mon, Aug 7 at 7pm for a 1945 radio play to be presented as part of Farmingdale's Cultural Arts Day. Performance is Sun, Sept 10. Scripts available on request. Call 516-586-3930 or info@hardscrabbletheater.com

​SoLuna Studio, 659 Old Willets Path Hauppauge 11788 auditions for Heathers The Musical (HS edition) on Aug 8 OR 9 from 6-10pm. Call 631-761-6602 to schedule your audition time slot. Prepare 32 bars of a song from the show + come prepared to dance. Must be at least 13 years of age to audition with parental consent due to mature content (Show age range 13-30's). Rehearsals will be Mon and Wed 6-9pm and Sat 3-6pm. Performances Oct 6 - 29. 

Merrick Theatre, 2222 Hewlett Ave, Merrick (516) 868 6400 auditions for Other Desert Cities on Wed, Aug 9 and Thurs, Aug 10 at 7:30pm at the theartre. Directed by Tarmo Kirsimäe / Stage Manager Tom Yovino.  Show runs Nov 25 - Dec 12; Fri/Sat 8pm and Sun 3pm. The story of Brooke Wyeth who returns home to Palm Springs after a six-year absence to celebrate Christmas with her parents, her brother, and her aunt. Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history—a wound they don't want reopened. Looking to cast:
Brooke Wyeth: liberal leftist, writer, intelligent, tortured, dry-witted, depressive, separated from her husband, estranged from her parents for six years, recently suffered a nervous breakdown. Daughter of Polly and Lyman. (mid-late 30’s)
Polly Wyeth: tough, brittle, a bit of a bully, elegant, determined, practitioner of tough love, forthright, whip-smart, admirably unsentimental, in flight from her Jewishness and Texas upbringing, a Republican activist. Married to Lyman. (60’s)
Lyman Wyeth: WASP, a former movie star, ambassador and state GOP chair, sturdy, a steel pillar, affable, gentle, the family’s peacekeeper and protector, very firm in his beliefs, friend of the Reagans. Married to Polly. (60’s to early 70’s)
Trip Wyeth: bright, funny, works hard at being happy, flippant, apolitical TV producer of a silly reality TV show. Son of Polly and Lyman; brother of Brooke. (mid-20’s to early 30’s)
Silda Grauman: a wise-cracking, embittered, liberal, burnt out, just-out-of rehab mess with a lot of savvy and wisdom, former screen writing partner of her sister Polly. (60’s)

Radio Theatre Project, Vail-Leavitt Music Hall, 18 Peconic Ave, Riverhead auditions on Sun, Aug 13, 2-5pm (sign in starting at 1:30pm) and Mon, Aug 14, 6-8pm (sign in starting at 5:45pm). No advance appts.  Seeking actors with versatile voices for a unique old time radio theatre production to be presented as part of an 8-day variety arts festival at the historic Vail-Leavitt Music Hall. The play will be presented as authentically as possible, i.e. with live music and sound effects, commercials and/or announcements relevant to the period from 1920s-1950s, representing the Golden Age of Radio. The format will also build in opportunities for audience participation, e.g. via crowd audibles, one-liners, singing or paraverbal effects, etc. Performance dates: Oct 12-15 and Oct 19-22 (Thurs-Sun) (weekday evenings and weekend afternoons/evenings). The acting ensemble will require a minimum of 3-5 adult actors who can play multiple characters, preferably with strong and versatile voices, and have an interest in vintage radio theatre. The rehearsal commitment will most likely be 3-4 rehearsals including a dress rehearsal. Performers will be expected to become thoroughly familiar with the script, their characters, etc. in order to ensure a polished performance, but will still have scripts, so no need to memorize lines. We are asking that performers prepare a 2 minute monologue and be prepared to cold read from the script. Scripts will be available as soon as casting is complete. Although we are not in a position to pay performers for their participation, we will be recording the production and we have negotiated a radio performance as well. Depending upon audience/community interest, we anticipate that the radio project could also evolve into a regular resident ensemble. In this case, we will be pursuing funding for future productions so performers would be paid. Email any questions vailleavittproductions@gmail.com or call 631-504-0153.

The Carriage House Players audition for The Woman in Black on Sat, Aug 19 at 4:30pm. Callbacks will be scheduled if necessary. Schedule an audition time slot by emailing christinenboehm@gmail.com. A headshot and resume as well as all conflicts for Sept-Oct will be required at the audition as well as a one minute contemporary monologue that shows range. The Woman in Black is based on the best selling novel by Susan Hill and adapted for the stage into a "play within a play" by Stephen Mallatratt. Production dates: Oct 13 - 22 at The Carriage House Player's Black Box theatre space. Character Descriptions:
Actor: A man (18 and up) who is actually Kipps, but for the purpose of the "performance", is referred to as "Actor" though he clearly isn't one. Bumbling and nervous. A versatile actor is needed for this particular role - as this man portrays a variety of characters over the course of the show.
Kipps: A man (18 and up) who is actually an actor and is assisting the real "Kipps" in telling the horrifying tale of The Woman in Black. Confident, handsome, and versatile. 
Note - a Standard British accent is required for both of these parts.

Hardscrabble Theater, 298 Conklin St, Farmingdale 11735 @ St. Thomas Episcopal Church auditions for Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile on Sat, Aug 19 @ 1-3pm, Mon, Aug 21 @ 7:30-PM and call backs Mon, Aug 28 @ 7:30The role of Gaston has been cast. Performances are Oct 13-14-15 and Oct 20-21-22. Visit our website http://www.hardscrabbletheater.com/home.html for add'l info about our theater. Rehearsals will begin as early as the cast’s availability allows and will be on the following days/nights: Fri eve, Sat morn, Sun eve and Mon night. Add'l rehearsals will be added for tech week(s). Rehearsal conflicts must be presented as soon as the actor is cast. There are NO rehearsal conflicts permitted the week of tech week (Oct 8-12) - no exceptions. You must be available for all six shows. You may prepare your own monologue, 2 min or fewer, (not required). For add'l info including sides for the audition, email info@hardscrabble.com. Bring a headshot and resume. Callback notifications will be emailed. If you do not receive a callback email, it does not mean that you are not cast in the production. There are no other dates/times for auditions or callbacks at this time. If you cannot attend the audition, contact Producer Joe DiPietro at info@hardscrabble.com Director: John Passadino.  CHARACTER BREAKDOWN: 
Freddy – Principal. He is the owner and bartender of the Lapin Agile. He is the boyfriend of Germaine, and seems to be a simple-minded man but occasionally says something truly stunning. Light French accent – age range 35-50.
Germaine - Principal. Waitress and Freddy’s girlfriend. a very thoughtful and beautiful woman. She has many ideas of what the 20th century will be like, and has slept with Picasso. Light French accent. Age range 20’s – 40’s. 
Albert Eienstein at age 25 - Principal. A 25-year-old scientist with big aspirations. A genius, with a book on the way called The Special Theory of Relativity. He often finds himself having to explain his theories and thoughts in a simpler fashion to the rest of the group, as he is wise beyond his years. Light German accent – age range – 20’s
Suzanne - Principal. A beautiful 19-year-old who is infatuated with Picasso. Suzanne and Picasso have already slept together, and she is left hurt and angry when he doesn't remember her. Light French accent – age range 18-25
Sagot - Supporting. Picasso's art dealer, who is obsessed with finding and selling great pieces of art for profit. Light French accent – age range 20’s-50 – this role may be cast as male or female
Pablo Piccaso at age 23- Principal. A talented and charismatic 23-year-old painter. Extremely egotistical and self-confident, he is a serial womanizer and master of manipulation. Light Spanish accent - Age range – 20’s
Charles Dabernow Schmendiman – Supporting – A young inventor with huge dreams and little knowledge. Although he is hardworking, he is overshadowed by the genius and talent of Einstein and Picasso. 20-s-early 30s
The Countess – Supporting - An extremely intelligent and attractive woman, with whom Einstein is infatuated. She thinks like he does, being the one person to really understand him in the play. Light French Accent – 20’s-30’s
A Female Admirer – Supporting Cameo - A young admirer Picasso assumes is a fan of his, but who turns out to be an admirer of Schmendiman – Light French Accent – 20’s
A Visitor – Supporting - A polite and talented country-boy time-traveler, who adds another dimension and point of view to Einstein's and Picasso's debate. He is a blue-suede-shoed musician. Male – Light Southern Accent – 20’s-30’s

JAMES STREET PLAYERS in Babylon, auditions for ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (Stone) 1999 Broadway Revival production on Sun, Sept 10 from 2–5pm and Mon, Sept 11 at 7pm with callbacks following at 8pm. Directed and Choreographed by Matthew Quinn, Musical Direction By: Neil O’Connell: Casting Ages 7 and up. ALL Leads and Singing-dancing ensemble. Prepare 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show. You may sing from the show. Bring sheet music in the key in which you would like to sing, an accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to dance if asked and available Mon night at 8pm for callbacks. If you are unable to attend these audition dates, email mattq64@gmail.com. Performance Schedule: Fri 8pm 11/17, 24 & Sat 8pm 11/18 & 25 (3pm/8pm) / Tues 11/24, 8pm / Sun 11/26 (3pm) leads and supporting leads must be available for all performances. For directions visit www.jamesstreetplayers.org 
FRANK BUTTLER- Baritone, strong singer F4 – A2, lead, should move well, Mid-20s-Mid-40s. The handsome star of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show,
ANNIE OAKLEY- Mezzo-Soprano, able to belt, strong singer F5 –G3 lead, should move well Mid-20s-mid-30s. Annie is a spunky young woman from the backwoods
TOMMY KEELER – Tenor, F4 - A#2/Bb2, supporting role, dancer, Late teens-Mid-20s. Young man w/Native American background
WINNIE TATE- Mezzo-Soprano, with belt F5 - A#3/Bb3, supporting role, dancer, Late teens - Mid-20s young chorus girl in the Wild West Show who dances in Tommy’s knife-throwing act.,
DOLLY TATE- Alto, strong belt, B5 – B3, supporting role, should move well, Early 30s-Early 40s. Frank’s asst to Wild West Show
BUFFALO BILL CODY- Baritone, F4 – B2 supporting role , Mid-40s-Late 60s. Formerly known as Colonel William F. Cody, the owner and founder of “The Wild West Show”
CHARLIE DAVENPORT- Baritone, F4 –B2, supporting role, should move well, late 30s-Mid-50s. Business mgr for Wild West Show.
JESSIE ,NELLIE, LITTLE JAKE – Soloists , featured roles, should move well. Annie’s younger siblings age range (7 -13) these roles may be double cast
CHIEF SITTING BULL- featured role, non singing, Chief Sitting Bull is a Native-American, Sioux Chief and holy man. He becomes Annie’s protector
FOSTER WILSON –featured role, manager of Wilson Arms Hotel, he “discovers” Annie Oakley after Frank Butler says he’ll pay
PAWNEE BILL – featured role, Mid-40s-Late 60s. An oilier, less respectable version of his rival, Buffalo Bill.
Singing-dancing ensemble – this is an ensemble driven show with several production number for singers and dancers, with other small bit part to be assigned later consisting of Cowboys, Indians, Young Men and Ladies, Kings and Queens of Europe, Socialites, Debutantes. 

Sid Jacobson Community Players, 300 Forest Ave, East Hills auditions for COMPANY on Sept 24, 4-7pm.  Come prepared to sing. Accompanist will be provided. Callbacks Oct 1. If you are unable to attend the audition, contact Susan Kalman, 516-484-1545, ext. 110, skalman@sjjcc.org. Performances: Feb 3, 4, 10 & 11. Director: Rich Buckley / Music Director: Steve Belfer / Choreographer: Lisbeth Wolgel / Producer: Susan Kalman.  Cast Breakdown: All Roles Open
ROBERT The story’s protagonist. He is the only one of his friends still single. Terrified of marriage. Baritone
JOANNE Acerbic, demanding, blunt. Too old to be part of the young crowd, but not old enough to be part of the older crowd. Alto
LARRY Joanne's husband. He is stoic and centered, but has moments of goofiness. Baritone
AMY A frantic neurotic engaged to Paul but terrified of marriage. Alto/Mezzo
PAUL Amy's fiancé. Mildly clingy, but patient to her neurotic nature. Tenor
JENNY Quietly manipulative. Loves her husband, David, and will indulge him from time to time Soprano
DAVID Jenny's husband, he is relaxed and always in control. Baritone
SARAH Harry’s hyper critical wife. She is an avid learner of karate and tends to overeat. Alto/Mezzo
HARRY Sarah’s husband. He is a recovering alcoholic continually falling off the wagon. Baritone
SUSAN A delicate southern belle. Motherly in her affections towards Robert. Soprano
PETER Susan's husband. The perfect husband and ex-husband. Baritone
APRIL A girlfriend of Robert’s. Ditzy and adorable. Mezzo-Soprano
KATHY An old girlfriend of Robert’s, who is now considered a good friend. Soprano
MARTA A girlfriend of Robert’s. Intensely modern, who is seeking adventure and excitement. Mezzo-Soprano

(starting with the most recently received)

North Shore Community Chorus of Glen Head is searching for a boy soprano/actor to play the part of Amahl in Gian Carlo Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitors for a Dec performance. Salary offeredCall Steve Goldstein to set up an audition at (631) 683-5750.

LI Cabaret Theatre, on behalf of Director Gary Dana and Musical Director Sid Cherry, is seeking singers and dancers for a musical cabaret revue entitled The Music of Our Lives, featuring the best of Broadway & Popular music. Meghan Nieland choreographs. Performances in Wantagh in the Fall. Call or text Gary Dana or text at (516) 946-7207 or e-mail licabaret@aol.com to audition

Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts is accepting letters of interest via email and snail mail for its 2017/18 season. Submissions can be forwarded to submissions@smithtownpac.org or by snail mail to – 2 E Main St, Smithtown NY 11787. Upon receipt of your submission you will be contacted via email to advise you of our interest and to either invite you to a closed or open audition. Submissions should be in the form of a letter (accompanied by a resume and head shot – DO NOT SEND VIDEO SUBMISSIONS AT THIS TIME). Include in your submission – show(s) you are interested in, parts you feel you are right for, any rehearsal and/or performance conflicts you might be aware of, and any other pertinent info you feel is important to your submission. Rehearsals will begin approx 6 wks prior to the scheduled opening of each show. All shows rehearse Mon - Wed eve, some Thurs eve and some Sat & Sun. Tech weeks begin two weeks prior to Sat openings. We rehearse every weekday evening leading up to opening and some weekend days. Performance schedules are available at Smithtownpac.org. (Click on the “Buy Tickets” prompt for each show to see complete schedule). Most performers receive a stipend, 16-18-yr-olds receive a fixed stipend for the run. Over 18 receive a per performance stipend. Under 16 years old DO NOT receive a stipend. Actors’ Equity contracts are available under a Guest Artist Contract basis. We do not participate in EMB programs. NOTE: UNDER 16 YEAR OLDS INTERESTED IN OLIVER! DO NOT NEED TO SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST. AN OPEN AUDITION FOR ALL UNDER 16 PERFORMERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE. Questions can be forwarded to the above referenced email. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE – THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE.
SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE – A play with music Feb 3 – March 4
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD / Fight Coordinator: Ashley Reyes
NOTE: This show is being offered for School Performances at the theatre. Some daytime performance availability could be necessary.
SOUTH PACIFIC March 24 – April 29
Director: Ronnie Green / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD
DREAMGIRLS May 12 – June 17
Creative team TBD
A CHORUS LINE  July 7 – Aug 19
Director/Choreographer: M. E. Junge / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle
FUN HOME Sept 8 – Oct 21
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle
There will be at least one Thurs Matinee during the run of each show. Take note of that when reviewing the performance schedule. PERFORMANCE CONFLICTS ARE FROWNED UPON – BUT ACCEPTED UNDER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.

Plaza Theatricals is seeking actors 17+ for select roles in their Summer Family Musical Theatre Productions which will be featured at the LI Children’s Museum, The NYCB Theatre at Westbury, and outdoor venues across LI. Productions include Snow White (Aug 12-27) and Rapunzel (Sept 23-Oct 29). Per performance stipend offered to actors 18+. For an audition time slot, email amccluscasting@gmail.com or call 516-599-6870.

Adrenaline Entertainment is looking for a future princess/entertainer to join our team! We will train you. 
 Do you have what it takes? 
 - Loud, energetic and one of a kind? 
 - Free both Sat & Sun
 - Your own car 
Amazing pay. The most fun job around! Make what people make in a week in 2 day. 
Email resume and head shot to info@rushoffun.com or contact us at 516-351-0423 


Bellmore-Merrick CHSD seeking individuals to serve as the Vocal Musical Directors for the spring Drama Club productions at both Grand Ave Middle School and Mepham High School.
Middle School: Auditions & rehearsals begin Nov; performance dates are March 15 & 16; must be available starting at 2:45pm 
High School: Auditions & rehearsals begin Dec; performance dates are March 22-24; must be available starting at 2:30pm
*All candidates must be fingerprinted 
All resumes / letters should be addressed to Ms. Cheryl Galaga Fontana, Director of Fine & Performing Arts for the Bellmore-Merrick CHSD cfontana@bellmore-merrick.k12.ny.us Application deadline is Aug 15
Note: These are two separate paid positions. *Indicate which (or both) position(s) you are interested in.

Be a part of a growing community theatre and theatre school located in beautiful Port Washington.  Shining Studios is looking for instructors for fall and spring classes. Great opportunity for someone who loves theatre and working with children. For more details, visit our website at: www.shiningstudios.org

Temple B’nai Torah’s Jr. Players seeks a Music Director for a fundraising performance of 13 - Children’s cast range from 10-17 years old. Looking for an individual who can teach the music to the cast. Accompanying the cast on the piano is preferred. Auditions are scheduled for Sept 10, 12 & 14. Performances: Sat, Dec 2 & 9 at 7:30pm and Sun, Dec 3 & 10 at 4:30pm. Rehearsal schedule: Sun 12:30-3pm, Tues 7-9pm, Thurs 7-9pm. Tech week schedule: Sun, Nov 26, Mon, Nov 27, Tues, Nov 28, Wed, Nov 29 & Thurs, Nov 3 @ 6:30-9:30pm. Brush up rehearsal: Tues, Dec 5 7–9pm. Salary - TBD Contact Louise 516-521-4505 or email showtbt@gmail.com

The Long Island Rep., theater company in residence at Theater 294, is looking for tech people to work on lights, sound and/or set for upcoming productions at Theater 294. Experience is preferred, but our lighting/sound person will work with, train as well. Call Alexander Vartanian at 516-983-9399 or email varta@farmingdale.edu

Take A Bow Playhouse is looking for a skilled VOICE TEACHER for the 2017-18 school year. Classes generally operate during "after-school hours" or on Sat mornings (exact schedule TBD).  Applicants must be able to teacher proper vocal technique, great with children (ages 5+), be patient, organized and ready to work in a nurturing and recreational environment.  Send resume and cover letter to info@takeabowplayhouse.com

Drama Club at the Bay Shore Middle School is looking for stage manager for their winter production. Knowledge of set design/production a plus. One production meeting in Aug with auditions in late Sept. Rehearsals run Oct - Feb, Mon-Fri 2:30-4:30 (Sometimes Sat starting in Nov). Show dates Feb 1-3. Pay $500. Great experience/training. Will supply excellent references/letter of recommendation after participation. Send resume and cover letter to terrimuuss@icloud.com

Submissions are now being accepted for the Woodside Players of Queens Fall 2017 Play Festival, to take place Nov 4 at the Queens Library Astoria Branch. Seeking short plays (no more than 10 pp), from playwrights from the five boroughs of NYC and Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Also seeking monologues (no more than 4pp). Musicals welcome. Basic set requirements. One submission per playwright. No unpleasant profanity, as this is a family friendly festival. No submission fee. Include name, address, telephone number and email address on your submission. We do not produce your work, we provide a venue for you to present actors performing your play. There are no costs involved for anyone. Seeking actors and directors, too. Deadline: Sept 15.  Email: submissions@pineyforkpress.com

Seeking experienced Pianist/Musical Directors,  Choreographers and Stage Managers for Children’s Musical Theatre Programs in Roslyn, Manhasset, & Long Beach. Upcoming productions include Shrek the MusicalLegally Blonde and Alice in Wonderland. Classes run Sept-June. Send resume to Lisa at LEngellis@aol.com for more info.

​Seeking experienced script writer/evaluator to conduct a series of script writing workshops in local library. That person must have ongoing experience in script evaluation for film and/or stage production. There will be a stipend based on the number of paying attendees, and by agreement of the library. Contact Larry Maltin: ljmaltin@optonline.net.

Do you like attending live performance theater? Are you interested in working in a fast paced environment? The John W Engeman Theater is seeking part-time, permanent, customer service employees for their box office. Essential job duties and responsibilities include: Professional communication skills, the ability to work with others in a fast-paced environment and strong computer skills. A flexible schedule is essential and weekends are required. The Box Office Associate is responsible for providing world-class customer service to all John W. Engeman Theater patrons for the purpose of providing them with a memorable overall theatrical experience. Qualified applicants should email resume to pmolloy@engemantheater.com.

To The Stage seeks a vocal instructor who is looking to collaborate with an Oceanside theater school to expand his/her private students and/or lead a musical theater singing class. Email courtney@2thestage.com

Star Playhouse is looking for volunteer set designers, which would include creation of drawings and supervision of construction. Also seeking stage managers for its 2017-18 season. Shows include Beauty And The BeastOnly A PlayYou're A Good Man Charlie Brown and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Anyone interested can call Larry Katz at 516-526-9366

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance hiring pre-school-elementary dance teacher. Looking for someone who can teach ballet, tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop and musical theatre. Must have dance teacher experience. Seeking someone who is friendly, patient, outgoing, take control of the class, and reliable. Applicants must have an in-person interview. Must be a Non-Smoker. Call 516-225-1088 or email or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is seeking an Asst House Mgr to provide professional and courteous front of house operations and ensure the safety and comfort of all of the patrons. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Train, motivate and supervise all front of house staff and ushers
Resolve seating/patron problems before, during and after the show
Work w/Production Stage Mgr to ensure the proper opening and closing of the house; resumption of the show after intermission
Unlock/Lock doors, turn on/off lights, perform safety check, check public areas for cleanliness/appearance & safety issues
Oversee sales and cash banks for concession and other front of house operations in the theater
Candidate should be reliable, responsible and able to communicate clearly. This position requires NIGHTIME AND WEEKEND HOURS so candidate must be able to work appropriate hours. Send resume & contact info to bhallisey@engemantheater.com Serious inquiries only.

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 fundraisers, private parties or corporate events.
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