Cultural Arts Playhouse is still seeking a Carl for the musical Ghost - The Chamber Musical (LI Premier of the Chamber Version - small cast of 12 with a live band) Email Tony at culturalartsplayhouseli@gmail.com Rehearsals start in Jan. Seeking an actor who looks late 20's - early 30's for the role. 

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

Hannah Kroner Legacy Foundation, a newly formed 501c3, non-profit organization auditions for the world premiere of LOVE. LIGHT. DANCE., a theatrical benefit performance celebrating the life and legacy of Hannah Kroner on SUN, JAN 22, 12:30PM. 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.
SEEKING dancers, singers, actors - All ages and experience levels are welcome to audition.
❖ Dancers-come prepared to move.
❖ Singers-prepare 16 bars of an appropriate song, accompanied by a recorded soundtrack that you must supply. A CD player will be available.
❖ Actors-reading materials will be provided.
Rehearsals will take place primarily on weekends and established weeknights beginning in Feb. 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

NORTH FORK COMMUNITY THEATRE in Mattituck auditions for The Female of the Species by Joanna Murray-Smith at 7PM on Jan 22 & 23, with callbacks on Jan 25 at the theater. The production goes up on March 17 and runs for three weekends. The play is a comedy about Margot Mason, who was a pioneer and a fearless academic in the Women’s Liberation movement in the 1970’s. She wrote a groundbreaking work, The Cerebral Vagina and numerous other best-sellers. International adulation
followed, but now she has writer’s block. As she sits in her country house struggling with a deadline, in walks Molly Rivers, student, idealist and daughter of one of Margot’s most dedicated followers. Initially flattered, Margot is less pleased when Molly handcuffs her to the desk and pulls a gun. Auditions will be from the script. Sides can be found at our website: www.nfct.com. For any questions, call the director Bob Kaplan at 631-929-3042 (H) or 631-793-6722 (C).
CHARACTERS: (The age description is approximate)
Margot: (60-75) A feisty, self-centered feminist in an Upper West Side mode that time has passed by.
Molly: (20-30) Nice girl with a screw loose.
Tess: (25-35) Frazzled, overwhelmed wife and mom at the end-of-her-rope.
Bryan: (25-35) Calm, straight-laced husband of Tess who seems to be missing the point.
Frank: (30-50) Mr. Everyday Man taxi driver who is angry that the feminist movement has left him stranded.
Theo: (55-70) Dapper publisher who ties everything together at the end.

THEATRE BOX auditions for GODSPELL on Jan 23, 25 & 27 from 7:30 - 9:30PM upstairs in the Church Parlor/Chapel at United Methodist Church, 35 Verbena Ave, Floral Park 11001. Synopsis: A musical, based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew, a small group of people help Jesus tell different parables by using a wide variety of games, story telling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing. Jesus’ messages of kindness and love come vibrantly to life. Performances: April 21, 22, 23 & 28, 29, 30. Rehearsals start early/mid-Feb and run Mon & Wed eve. Cast: minimum of 5 men/5 women. Age range: open. Must be able to sing & move. Accompanist will be provided. Bring a prepared song 16-32 bars. Additionally may be asked to sing something from GODSPELL. Sides for reading audition will be provided. For more info, email theatreboxinfo@gmail.com or call 516-900-2031.

Phantom Theater is casting for The Trials: A Live Witch Trial on Thurs, Jan 26 from 8-9:30pm in the basement of the Amvets building, 660 Hawkins Ave, Ronkonkoma 11779-2324. All roles are open. Men and women needed. Read and know the following monologues depending on the character(s) for which you are auditioning. You can access all the audition material here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1756224481364290/?ti=cl

Twitch Twitch Productions is casting "Visiting Professors", "Characters" & "Prefects" for a Witchcraft & Wizardry World event on May 13. Auditions to be held Jan 28 & 29 from 12:30pm to 3pm at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Auditorium. Prepare a 3 minute presentation of your character. "Prefects" need not be in character however, must have a very engaging personality and be able to handle working with class groups of 15-20 students. If you can't attend on either of the above dates you are welcomed to submit a 3 minute audition video in character which should also include an introduction of who you are and which position you're looking to grab. For those interested in participating as "Visiting Professors", include (2) different topics that you would thoroughly present in your classroom. The character image can remain the same for both topics or can change if need be. there will be add'l audition dates added for Feb, March and April as this will be an immersive theatrical experience. Questions? Submitting? Email us at: TwitchTwitchProduction@gmail.com

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts auditions. No phone calls please. 
Call Type - LORT C - Equity Principal
Jan 29-30, Bay Street Theater, Corner of Bay & Main Sts, Sag Harbor
Sun, Jan 29 from 10am-1:30pm (EPA Dramatic & Musical)
Mon, Jan 30 from 10am-1 pm (EPA Dramatic & Musical)
Feb 2-3, AEA Audition Center, 165 W 46th St, NYC
Thurs, Feb 2 from 9:30am-5:30 pm (Dramatic)
Fri, Feb 3 from 9:30am-5:30pm (Musical)
Personnel: Scott Schwartz—Artistic Director / Will Pomerantz--Associate Artistic Director / John Sullivan—Associate Producer
Contract - LORT C
Seeking M/F Actors. Refer to Breakdown
Preparation:  For dramatic auditions prepare a 1-2 minute Monologue / For musical auditions prepare 16 bars. No Monologue.
Performers of all ethnic/racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Actors with local housing strongly encouraged to attend.
The Man In The Ceiling / Book by Jules Feiffer Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Director—Jeffrey Seller
Contract Dates: April 24- June 25
Note: All the actors also play the [comic book characters] dreamt up by JIMMY.
FATHER/TOLEDO JACKSON: Male, 35-50. Jimmy’s father. Funny. A middle-aged baseball enthusiast who writes SAT questions for a living. [TOLEDO JACKSON] is an “Indiana Jones” type adventurer. Masculine, full-toned voice. Must be able to sing up to an A. Comfortable with contemporary-style musical theatre singing. Any ethnicity. 
MOTHER/BUSY BETSY Female, 35-50. Jimmy’s mother. Funny. An interior designer capable of juggling children, family and career. [BUSY BETSY] is a superwoman capable of being in many places at once to solve any problems. Should ideally be a legit soprano. Comfortable with contemporary-style musical
theatre singing. Any ethnicity.
CHARLEY/WIN-MAN Male, An adult actor who can believably play 14. Jimmy’s friend. Funny, Quite simply the best at everything. [WIN-MAN] is a superhero that is the best in every conceivable sport. An amazing pop-tenor voice. Comfortable with contemporary-style musical theatre singing. Any ethnicity.
LISI/HORRORHEAD Female, An adult actress who can believably play 14. Jimmy’s sister. Funny. A truth-teller and perhaps Jimmy’s biggest promoter. [HORROR-HEAD] is a super girl with multiple appendages coming out of her brains. Should have a great, strong mix/belt, with the ability to harmonize well. Must be able to belt up to a C#, but sings strongly in a mix/belt higher. Comfortable with contemporary-style musical theatre singing. Any ethnicity.
JIMMY BIBBET Male, A child actor who can believably play 12. Funny. Boy cartoonist who is a “flop” as a boy but a passionate and talented artist. Incredible voice, unchanged. Must be able to belt up to a D, but preferably an E. Comfortable with contemporary-style musical theatre singing. Any ethnicity.
Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage
Director—Scott Schwartz
Contract Dates: June 5- July 30
ESTHER 35, African American. Esther is a successful seamstress in 1905 New York who makes intimate apparel for women across the social and economic spectrum. She is lonely, though she hides it with a reserved and pragmatic persona. Underneath her surface strength, she is full of self-doubt and has deep well of vulnerability. And there is a beautiful soul, someone who is passionate and romantic, a woman who longs for love and intimacy though she isn’t sure how or if it is even possible to achieve it.
MRS. DIXON 50’s, African American. Handsome and impeccably groomed. The owner of the boarding house where Esther lives. She’s seen a lot in her life. A bit of a motherly presence, but also tough and cold eyed about the world. She would like nothing better than to see Esther, who is almost like an adoptive daughter, find happiness and love. 
MRS. VAN BUREN 30’s, White, American. Beautiful, a bit delicate and brittle, but also imperious. A wealthy socialite married to a successful man she doesn’t love. She finds release and passion by living through Esther’s burgeoning romance with George. Somewhere deeper she has feelings and desires
she can’t admit and that she holds as secrets in her heart.
MR. MARKS 30’s, Romanian Orthodox Jewish Immigrant. Smart, masculine, playful, detail oriented.
He is passionate about the fabrics he sells, and secretly in love with Esther. But society in 1905 forbids a
relationship with her, and his religion doesn’t allow them even to touch. He expresses his desire through the texture, colors and smells of the beautiful silks he finds.
MAYME 30, African American. A very beautiful, liberated and sexual “Lady of the Night” who also is a
pianist and nightclub performer. Worldly, she’s lived a tough life, but she is also confident and comfortable with herself and her world. There is a fire inside her that she expresses through her forceful and
impassioned music. Must play the piano well.
GEORGE 30’s, Barbadian Immigrant. Rugged, sexy, sensuous, dark. Over the course of the play we see George in two ways. First, through the poetic letters he sends to Esther telling of his life working on the Panama Canal. This George is manly but sensitive, a worker with a deep and romantic soul. Second,
we see the “real” George who comes to America -- a bitter, desperate man looking to satisfy his own needs. This role demands an actor of great range and charisma who can fully inhabit both sides of a complicated man. 
As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Director—John Doyle
Contract Dates: July 10- Sept 3
ROSALIND Female. Late 20’s/30s. Witty and Sparky. Should have a wide range in terms of being transformative.
CELIA Female. Earlier 20s. Sparky and a little rebellious. 
ORLANDO Male. Should match Rosalind in Age. Be equally vital and rebellious.
JACQUES Male or Female. Older in years, or at least able to seem like somebody who has been “around” for a long time. In touch with melancholy. Must have great command of language.
TOUCHSTONE Male. Ideally older but most importantly anarchic and with a great command of comedy. 
DUKE FREDERICK/DUKE SENIOR Male. Must be at least middle-aged. Must be transformative. 
OLIVER/CORIN Male. Actor/Musician. Solid, able to play a little nasty. Transformative, 30s. 
ADAM/AUDREY Male or Female. Actor Musician. Could go any way in age – must be able to play older though. Should be funny and wacky
LA BELLE/PHEOBE Female. Actor /Musician Late 20s. Must be fun.  
CHARLES/SYLVIUS Male. Actor/Musician. Ideally bigger of stature. Late 20s.
WILLIAM/JACQUES DE BOYS Male or Female. Musician/Actor. No Preconception. Musical skill is most important.
AMIENS/SIR OLIVER MARTEXT Male or Female. Musician/Actor

Royal Star Theatre of ICC, Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy School Auditorium, 179-14 Dalny Rd, Jamaica Estates 11432 auditions for Little Women – The Musical on 7 – 10PM, Tues, Jan 31 and Wed, Feb 1. Callbacks: Fri, Feb 3. Prepare 32 Bars of a musical theatre song. Directed by: Erik Neilssen / Musical Direction by Paul L. Johnson. www.royalstartheatre.org Royalstar.theatre@gmail.com Show dates: 4/29, 4/30, 5/5, 5/6 & 5/7.

Township Theatre Group auditions for MESHUGGA-NUNSSat 2/4  from 1-4PM & Tues 2/7 @ 7:30PM. Call backs (if needed) Sun 2/12 @ 7PM. Location: 5 Towns College (LIE N Service Rd & Burrs La) Rehearsals begin mid March. Performances 5/7, 13, 14, 20, 21. Director: Rick Grossman Musical Director: Jeremy Kaplan. Prepare 32 measures of music to bring with you of appropriate style of musical theater piece. No transposing, no a cappella. Be prepared for some movement/dance as well. Bring head shot and resume stapled back to back. ALL ROLES OPEN. All ethnicitys encouraged. MESHUGGA-NUNS is known as The Ecumenical Nunsense, where the sisters from Hoboken have received an all expense paid cruise. After a week at sea a storm occurs effecting the cast of the on board production, Fiddler On The Roof, with the exception of the actor playing Tevye. The actor and the sisters join forces to put on a revue resulting in MESHUGGA-NUNS! Character Breakdown:
Sister Mary Regina (Reverend Mother) She tries to be strict and maintain order, which sometimes get out of her control. A "Sophie Tucker" type hefty woman with a big belt, good head voice, and personality to match and a touch of an Irish accent. Once was a tightrope walker in a circus family. Plays 40-60 Mezzo
Sister Mary Hubert The most grounded of the nuns with a great gospel/rock singing voice. Plays 30-50 Alto
Sister Robert Anne A streetwise nun from Brooklyn. She is fearless and tough, but has a heart of gold. Possesses a good belt voice and feels she has great theatrical potential and wants to be "the star". Reverend Mother's nemesis! Plays 30-50 Alto-Mezzo
Sister Mary Paul (a.k.a. Amnesia) Has developed a career as a country singer and was the first nun to appear at The Grand Old Opry. A Goldie Hawn type with a great country music voice. Also does magic tricks! Plays 30-40. Mezzo
Howard Liszt (Lishinksky) A professional actor/singer appearing as Tevye in the ship's production. Very charming and charismatic with stand up (ala Borscht Belt) comic skills and comfortable with "Yiddishisms". Baritone with good range and sharp comic timing. Plays 40-60 

Star Playhouse at the SYJCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd, Commack auditions for The Drowsy Chaperone on Mon, Feb 6 and Tues, Feb 7 at 7pm. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to dance. Directed by Rich Buckley, Music Director is Sandra Vigliotti, Choreographer is Leia DePalo. Produced by Beth and Doug Gilman. All roles are open. Performance dates: Sat, June 3 & 10 at 8pm and Sun, May 28, June 4 & 11 at 2pm.

SoLuna Studios auditions The Wedding Singer on Mon, March 27. For more info regarding this show, visit www.weddingsinger2017.com.   

(starting with the most recently received)

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance auditions for Mickey's 60th Birthday. (Mickey Mouse loses his memory and everybody is trying to find him.) If interested, call 516-225-1088 or email us musicalgrl2003@gmail.com.
Parts available:
Mickey Mouse 
Donald Duck 
Roger Rabbit
Head News Reporter
News Reporter 
Company Dancers

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.


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. Auditions Jan 21 @11am, 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

Playcrafters' Theatre Company Reading Committee will accept submissions from any director who would like to direct a show during the 2017-2018 season, running from Aug-June. Our main stage performances run in the fall, winter and/or spring. You can submit up to 3 plays that you would either want to direct or you think would be good for us to produce. If you submitted something last year, you will need to resubmit it. All plays must be submitted by Feb 5 to: Jane Love janelove2010@gmail.com or 28 Academy La, Bellport, NY 11713.

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.

The 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. Auditions are SUN, JAN 22, 12:30PM at THE 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.

Great Neck Library has extended the application date for their Levels Manager position search: 
The Levels website is at: http://www.greatnecklibrary.org/levels/

Merrick Theatre and Center for The Arts is looking for teachers for our spring school session. The session runs from Feb 6 - May 18. Seeking teachers for our Tiny Tots program (Ages 3-4), our Broadway Kids program (Ages 5 - 6) and Stage Kids program (Ages 9-11). Must have theatre background and experience with children. If interested, call Tommy or JoAnne at 516-665-3127 or email us at merricktheatre@optonline.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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