Broadhollow Theater seeking immediate replacements for roles in Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Shows: May 3, 10 and 17 at 2pm. Rehearsals are during week 5:30-7pm and possible weekends.  If interested, e-mail headshot and resume to the director at JasonPAllyn@aol.com. Looking for the following roles:
Chef Louis: Male – 18 and up. Chef Louis is the over-the-top head chef in the palace. He is always wild and frenetic. This is an excellent featured role for a comedic performer.  Must sing.
Flotsam and Jetsam: Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula’s slippery spies. These electric eels are sinister and sneaky, Looking for performers who can be underhanded and devious and project! Male or female. Slender.  Must move well and carry a tune.
Grimsby: Grimsby is Prince Eric’s prim and proper valet. He is rigid in personality and constantly trying to guide Prince Eric towards the throne. Strong actor.  30 and up.
Scuttle: Scuttle is the know-it-all seagull who serves as Ariel’s expert on humans. He is funny and off-beat. Looking for a good singer with good comedic timing who is willing to have fun with Scuttle’s eccentricities.

Theatre Time Productions is holding immediate auditions for the following roles in 12 Angry Men: Jurors 1, 2, 4, 6 and 12For audition, contact Judy at 347-358-8102. Performances end of June.

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

Ivy Lane Players present An Eclectic Evening of One-Act Plays
Show dates: June 20, 21, 27, 28. All shows begin at 7:30pm
All shows, cast calls, and rehearsals will be held at the Levittown Public Library, 1 Bluegrass La, Levittown
Call Janine 516-884-6025 for more info.
Cast Call for:
A Sunny Morning directed by Donald Deutsch
1 male - mid-age or older
1 female - mid-age or older
1 male - 20s-30s
1 female - 20s-30s
Off Line directed by Shelly Wright
3 Women 20s-40s
2 Men 20s-40s
Auditions:Tues, April 22 from 7-10:30pm Room A/B
Possible Call Back Date OR Beginning of Rehearsal - Wed, April 23 from 7-10:30pm Room 1/2

BroadHollow Theatre Company auditions for Ruthless on Wed 4/23 at Bayway Arts Center in E Islip at 7pm.  This is for the part of Tina Denmark only (all other parts are cast).  Looking for an 8-10 year old female-small-triple threat-has to sing-belt, dance-tap and act-Character is an precocious diva who wants to be on the stage and will do anything to get there sort of The Bad Seed meets Toddlers and Tiaras -Show runs at Studio Theater in Lindenhurst from 6/28-7/26-rehearsals begin 5/5. Prepare a song to be sung without accompaniment and be prepared to tap. Director Scott Hofer/Musical Director-Choreographer Sal Canepa-email Scott at skottso@aol.com.

Acting On It Productions seeks performers of all ages for their upcoming Disney themed Cabaret. Come sing songs from your favorite Disney movie or musical. Sign ups begin Wed, April 23. The performance is June 29 at the Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts in Lindenhurst. There will be a limited amount of rehearsals. Contact the director at actingonitproductions@gmail.com for more info or to sign up.

Minstrel Players of Northport auditions for roles in Scenes From the Zone (3rd Annual Scene Festival) on Mon, April 28 at 7:30PM. Need Women ages 20-50 and Men 20’s-70. British accent required for some parts. Rehearsals will either be on Sun afternoons, Mon or Tues nights. Performances will be on Sat, July 26 at 8PM and Sun, July 27 at 3 PM, at Houghton Hall Theatre , Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Bring resume and headshot. For more info, call 631-732-2926 or visit www.minstrelplayers.org.

GILBERT & SULLIVAN (in Yiddish!) The Gilbert & Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera Co. holding auditions WED, APRIL 30 at 8PM for upcoming Yiddish/English production of PIRATES OF PENZANCE.  Audition at CHATTERTON SCHOOL, MERRICK – in lunchroom .  NEEDED – LEADS AND CHORUS. Roles are multiply cast.
Fayvl (Frederick) – Tenor
Pirate King – Baritone or Bass
Rivke (Ruth) – Mezzo Soprano
Major General – Comic Baritone
Yehudis (Edith) – Mezzo or Soprano
Chaye (Kate) – Mezzo or Soprano
Shmuel  (Samuel) - Baritone
Sergeant of Police – Baritone or Bass
Malke (Mabel) – Coloratura Soprano
Enjoy playing to enthusiastic audiences throughout LI & Metropolitan area. No need to speak or understand Yiddish. Rehearsals – Wed 7:30PM. For further info contact Marty– 631-439-2913.  Website -  http://www.gsyiddish.com

Auditions for Spring Awakening at To The Stage in Oceanside! Ages 16+ May 1 after 6:30pm. E-mail Courtney to schedule a time slot and for more info on this production. Courtney@2thestage.com.

The JC Players auditions for Bye Bye Birdie (book by Michael Stewart, lyrics by Lee Adams, music by Charles Strouse) on Sun, May 4 from
3-6PM and Mon, May 5 from 7-9PM at the Community United Methodist Church, 75-27 Metropolitan Ave, Middle Village. Performances in Aug. For more info email: babba0310@gmail.com. Director: Barbara Auriemma / Musical Director: Frank Auriemma / Choreographer: Christine Hinz. Men, women, teens, children (10+) needed. Callbacks (if necessary) will be held on Tues, May 6 at 7PM.

Port Washington Play Troupe auditions for The 1940’s Radio Hour, a play with music, on May 5 from 7-10pm in Classroom #5 at the United Methodist Church of Pt Washington, 35 Middle Neck Rd, Pt Washington 11050. Park in the North lot and enter through the glass doors near the church. Those who are unavailable on May 5 may request to be seen early on the first callback day, Fri, May 9 (in the Fellowship Hall at United Methodist Church), by emailing portwashingtonplaytroupe@gmail.com.  For what to prepare and detailed breakdowns, visit: http://www.portwashingtonplaytroupe.com/#!summer-auditions/c1ser. Performances: July 18-20 and 25-27 at the Landmark on Main St.
Rehearsals: Begin June 1, Mon/Tues evenings and some weekend afternoons (more rehearsals closer to performances, especially tech week). More info at www.portwashingtonplaytroupe.com. Questions: email portwashingtonplaytroupe@gmail.com or call (516) 500-2012.
Brief character descriptions (again, visit the Play Troupe website for detailed breakdowns):
Clifton Feddington: (40-60) Announcer & general manager (head of everything at WOV). He has ulcers from it all and is sometimes hysterical.
Ann Collier: (30s/40s) The 'old standard' in the Radio show since its start in 1936. She sings like Dinah Shore, Doris Day, and Peggy Lee (all rolled into one). She is a secretary by day, and a looker by night, who is dating Johnny.
Johnny Cantone: (30s/40s) Featured vocalist with the Cavalcade who is on Sinatra's bandwagon. He's an ex-boxer and a rough guy who drinks too much and has a voice like velvet.
Ginger Brooks: (20s/30s) A bubble-headed waitress-turned-singer. She has a pinup, Betty Grable look with lots of makeup and speaks with a Gracie Allen vacancy.
Geneva Lee Browne: (20s/30s)Beautiful, high-class, black singer from Kansas City who started performing in NY at 15.Sassy, brassy and loud.
Neal Tilden: (30s/40s) Cab driver by day and singer, dancer, and choreographer at night. He is hopeful for the 'featured vocalist' slot.
B.J. Gibson: (20s) The third of the Gibson brothers to work for the Cavalcade. He is squeaky-clean, good looking, and a preppy student at Yale. Taps and Jitterbugs.
Connie Miller: (late teens/early 20s) A 17-year-old bobbysoxer from Ogden, Utah. She is perennially in love and runs an elevator by day. Taps and Jitterbugs.
Pops Bailey: (60+, non-singing role) A crotchety, wizened stage doorkeeper who is a racing bookie on the company phone and reads hidden copies of Show Girl magazine.
Lou Cohn: (40s, non-singing role) A big shot (at least in his own mind) who tries to impress the girls and is sometimes obnoxious. He runs the show and is the sound effects man.
Wally Ferguson: (late teens/early 20s, non-singing role) Young hopeful from Altoona, Pennsylvania who came to NYC to work for his uncle at the drugstore to get his big show-biz break.
Biff Baker: (20s, plays any one of the following: trumpet, trombone, saxophone, or clarinet) A young player with the Zoot Doubleman orchestra who will be leaving after the concert for Army duty.
Stanley: (20s, non-singing role) Lugs cable and runs around a lot and otherwise lives in the control booth.
Zoot Doubleman: WOV Orchestra Leader.

The Billboard Players of the Community Church of East Williston auditions for its fall production of Clifford Odets' The Big Knife on Tues & Wed, May 6 & 7, and on Thurs, May 15 from 7-10pm in the Parish Hall, 45 East Williston Ave (the continuation of Hillside Ave coming from West to East), between Roslyn Rd and High St.  Entrance is from High St. Production dates are scheduled for Nov 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23.  All roles are open.  Rehearsals begin on Tues, Sept 2 and thereafter will be Mon & Thurs from 7:30-10:30pm.  For further questions, call Louis V. Fucilo, director, at 347-235-0972 or email Louisvfucilo@aol.com.
Buddy Bliss - he is of humorless sturdiness, an intent and hopeful (or shall we say hopeless?) believer in facts and self-improvement.  He is an eager, grateful and nervous failure; he is dense and stubborn too.  Some would call him "a nice, American boy."
Charlie Castle - the famous movie star, is virile and instant, sensitive and aware, although frequently he is apt to mask his best qualities behind a cynical, guying manner and certain jazzy small talk.  He knows how to use an abruptly disarming charm and understands the value of candor.  He is a very successful man and this sits on him with a certain relaxed gravity.  He is a "going concern" and he knows and acts it.
Russell - he is the butler who is a simple, sincere man who finds pleasure in everything; he is proud and happy to be working in this home.
Patty Benedict - she is a famous movie columnist who is authoritative, cynical and assured, insolently appraising, and the world of Hollywood is surely her intimidated oyster.
Marion Castle - she is a smart and good-looking accumulation of woman and sensibility.  Frequently her face wears an expression of bemused sadness.  Normally she is an alert, intelligent, feminine woman.
Nat Danziger - is past sixty, with all the qualities of the president of a synagogue.  He is tolerant, sympathetic, reliable and wise in business ways.  He is paternal, really concerned for those he loves.  He is charitable not on principle alone, much of what he says is tinged with sentiment and religiosity.  His confidence and affable authority give him a certain foolish quality.  He wants to do the right thing always.  He speaks fondly with a certain grotesque cheerfulness.  His motto: "I serve!"
Marcus S. Hoff - is a sleek, middle=aged man, full of amour proper, suave, ceremonial and grave, shrewdly pompous, but authoritative and powerful.  He knows how to play a part and how to get his way.  Easy and assured, he is not stupid.  He speaks in a kingly tone.  He is short and pudgy.
Smiley Coy - is tall and slim and is Hoff's perfect tool and factotum.  He is elegant, loose-jointed and deft.  He is completely competent, cynical, calm and courteous.  He has many of the witty and amusing characteristics of the professional Irishman, including a certain atmosphere of loneliness.
Connie Bliss - she is handsome with lissome, fairly uncovered body.  Any dress she wears looks like a bathing suit.  She would be hard were it not for her disposition to please, but this does not mean that she is undetermined.  She minces and coquettes a little, her way of asking for your favor, and she laughs constantly, without effort.  Her washed-out candor covers enough slyness: hers is a nimble, jumping mind.
Hank Teagle - Hank, nearing fifty, limps slightly.  He is smiling, tender and affectionate by nature and experience, his face hides a quiet gaiety and a sharper insight.  He is unpretentious, quiet and mature, with as gift for devotion.  A man with his own tremor, he respects a tremor in another.  He is a civilized man in the sense that he makes you feel guilty or inadequate on no score whatsoever.
Dixie Evans - She is a product of a Boston parochial school, a poor family, several years of work in department stores, and finally four years of Hollywood as an actress.  Frequently helpless and unconsciously pathetic, she has learned to appear bright and competent.  She has shrewd if intuitive flashes of genuine insight.
Dr. Frary - he is an elderly, pale looking man with a quizzical, chaffing manner about him with a steady twinkle coming out of his eyes.

Rockaway Theatre Company auditions for GYPSY on Sat, May 10 @ 2PM, & Mon, May 12 @ 7-10PM, and callbacks Wed, May 14.  Callbacks and performances will be at The Post Theatre, Building T4, Fort Tilden, Rockaway. Rehearsals begin May 27. Performances: July 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, Aug 1, 2 @ 8pm, and July 20, 27, and Aug 3 @ 3pm. Director: Susan Warren Corning | Musical Director: Richard Louis-Pierre | Choreographer: Catherine Leib.  Audition Details:  Actors should bring resume and headshot, if available, and come prepared to sing music selected from below role descriptions and read from the sides that will be provided.

Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks three outstanding female vocalists for the revue, Why Oh Why Can’t I? The Music of Judy Garland.  Rehearsals will begin the week of June 9. Performance run: July 28-Sept 28 (approx 25 performances within that time frame including 3 weekday matinees). Per performance stipend offered. Tommie Gibbons, director/choreographer; Susan Sussman, musical director; Kevin F. Harrington, producer. Auditions on Sat, May 10 at 3PM. Plaza Studio, 34 Forest Ave, Lynbrook (516) 599-6870.

Cultural Arts Playhouse in Plainview auditions for their summer season of main stage shows: GreaseRENT, and West Side Story on Sun, May 18 & Mon, May 19 at 7:30pm. All roles open. Prepare 16 Bars. CAP is located at 625 Old Country Rd, Plainview. See www.Culturalartsplayhouse.com for more info or call 516-694-3330.

CM Performing Arts Center auditions for Kiss Me Kate on Mon, 5/19 and Tues, 5/20 at 7:30pm. If you can not attend either day, e-mail info@cmpac.com. Director: Danny Amy / Musical Director: John Farrell / Choreographer: M.E. Junge / Stage Manager: Amanda Wenchel
Lilli Vanessi/Katherine soprano 30 – 45 lead
Fred Graham/Petruchio baritone 35 – 50 lead
Second Gangster baritone 27 – 40 supporting
First Gangster baritone 27 – 40 supporting
Lois Lane/Bianca alto 21 – 33 supporting
Bill Calhoun/Lucentio baritone 25 – 35 supporting
Paul baritone 25 – 45 cameo
Riley/Hortensio tenor 21 – 35 cameo
Flynt/Gremio tenor 21 – 35 cameo
Hattie belt 25 – 55 cameo
General Harrison Howell baritone 40 – 60 cameo
Pops/Padua Priest bass-baritone 60 – 80 cameo
Ralph/Ensemble 20 – 40 cameo
Dance Captain/Gregory 20 – 40 cameo
Harry Trevor/Baptista Minola spoken 50 – 75 cameo
Stagehand #1/Nathaniel 20 – 40 cameo
Stagehand #2/Philip20 – 40 cameo
Stagehand #3/Haberdasher 20 – 40 cameo
Wardrobe Lady/Ensemble 18 – 50 cameo
Performance Dates:
Sat, Aug 2, 9, 16 & 23 @ 8PM
Sun, Aug 3, 17 & 24 @ 2PM
Fri, Aug 8, 15 & 22 @ 8PM
Sun, Aug 10 @  2PM & 7PM
Wed, Aug 13 @ 2PM & 7:30PM
Wed, Aug 20 @ 7:30PM

Broadhollow Theater Company auditions for its Mainstage and Teen productions of CATS the musical on Mon, May 19 & Tues, May 20 at 7pm and Sat, May 24 at 10am at the BayWay Arts Center, 265 E Main St, E Islip. Directed and Choreographed by Jessy Gill and Musically Directed by Tyler Boyle. Seeking dancers, singers, and gymnasts ages 16 and up for the MAINSTAGE production and ages 12-18 for our TEEN PRODUCTION. Bring headshot and resume. Prepare 32 bars of a song, bring sheet music, an accompanist will be provided. Be prepared to dance. The Mainstage show runs from July 12-27 at BayWay in E Islip AND Aug 2-17 at BroadHollow in Elmont including several matinees. Seeking actors who can commit to both runs. Performance stipend provided. Most rehearsals will take place in E Islip. Bring a list of rehearsal conflicts to auditions. The teen production will run July 19-27 at BayWay. There is a production fee for the teen production. For more info, email jessywaller@gmail.com. Based on the universally popular poetry of T.S. Eliot, CATS tells the story, in song and dance, of the annual gathering of Jellicle cats at which time one special cat is selected to ascend to the Heaviside layer. A true musical theatre phenomenon, CATS ran at the Wintergarden Theatre for just over 18 years on Broadway.
Character Descriptions:
OLD DEUTERONOMY: the “grandfather” of the Jellicle tribe; he decides which cat will go to the Heavyside Layer. He is old and dignified. Strong singer.
GRIZABELLA: former Glamour Cat - now tattered with a scraggily coat. As a younger cat, she left the comfort of the tribe to explore the harsh world outside the junkyard. Strong singer.
RUM TUM TUGGER: very flirty cat...the clownish cat in the tribe. He is characterized by his wild mane and is often compared to rock-n-roll legend Elvis Presley. Strong singer and dancer.
BOMBALURINA: Leader of the female cats – she has a fondness for The Rum Tum Tugger. Principal singer and dancer.
MUNKUSTRAP: Show’s narrator, he protects all members of the Jellicle tribe.  Second in command. Singing and dancing required.
JENNYANYDOTS: old Gumbie Cat, she sits and sleeps all day and minds the forgotten creatures at night. Tap dancing required.
MUNGOJERRIE: One of the cat-burglars, along with Rumpleteazer. Strong dancer.
RUMPLETEAZER: Female cohort of Mungojerrie, she is a cat-burglar. Strong dancer  and singer.
BUSTOPHER JONES: One of the fattest cats, he is always fancily dressed and upper class; all the cats respect him.
GUS: old theatre cat, he recounts his days in the theatre when he played the infamous Growltiger.
DEMETER: very skittish female cat, principal vocalist and dancer.
JELLYORUM: One of the female cats who looks out for the kittens. Principal vocalist.
MACAVITY: villainous cat responsible for kidnapping Old Deuteronomy.
MR. MISTOFFELES: A young male cat with magical powers; the tribe asks for his help to find kidnapped Old Deuteronomy. Strong dancer.
SKIMBLESHANKS: railway cat who lives on the train. He helps run the train and guides the cat passengers.
VICTORIA: pure white kitten gifted in dancing. Principal dancer.
JEMIMA: Is the youngest kitten in the tribe, and she wants to be a glamour cat just like Grizabella was.
CASSANDRA: Siamese cat that is Mr. Mistoffeles’ assistant. Principal dancer.
TUMBLEBRUTUS: acrobat cat that carries on antics.
ALONZO, GRIDDLEBONE, GROWLTIGER, RUMPUS CAT, TANTOMLIE, PLATO, ELECTRA: Seeking a strong ensemble of various ages of dancing, singing, tumbling cats.

SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) auditions for its MAIN STAGE production of RENT the Musical on Mon, May 19 OR Wed, May 21 from 5-10pm  YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION 631-761-6602. Prepare 3 2bars of a song from either production or of the same musical genre. Also come prepared to move/dance. Seeking Ages 18-39.  Rehearsals are Monday, Tues & Wed Evening from 6-10pm (starting May 27). PERFORMANCE July 11-27 (www.solunastudiony.com) ALL ROLES OPEN

SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) Will be holding auditions for its MAIN STAGE production of BARE the Musical on Mon, 19 OR Wed, May 21 from 5-10pm  YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION 631-761-6602. Prepare 32 bars of a song from either production or of the same musical genre. Also come prepared to move/dance. Seeking ages 16 - 39. (The roles of Ivy, Peter & Jason MUST be over 18) Rehearsals are Thurs 6-9pm and Sat 3-6pm. Performances Aug 8 - 17. (www.solunastudiony.com) ALL ROLES OPEN

South Shore Theatre Experience auditions for HS/College production of All Shook Up on Wed, May 21 at 7:30pm. Show Dates: July 17, 18 & 19. Prepare 16 bars to sing and be prepared to read from script.  Auditions will take place at theatre Black Box South Shore Theatre Experience, 350 Higbie La, W Islip www.SouthShoreTheatre.com 

Theatre By The Bay auditions for Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific on June 10 & 12 @ 7:30pm at Bay Terrace Jewish Center, 13-00 209 St, Bayside 11360. Rehearsals start Aug 7. Performances set for first three wknds of Nov.  Non-Equity, No Pay involved. For more info: (718) 428-6363 or TheatreByTheBayNY.com. Director: Lawrence F. Bloom /  Musical Director: Alan Kingsley /  Choreographer: Chery Manniello /  Producers: Lawrence F. Bloom, Barbara Koenig & Martha Stein.  Men, women, teens and 2 children (boy & girl) needed.  The roles of Emile DeBecque and Nellie Forbush have been cast.

(starting with the most recently received)

Playwright looking for male Latino actor who can play ages 20s to 30s and male actor who could play someone from Pakistan ages late 30s to 50s. Both are to do table reads of new plays and see whether it makes sense to advance projects. Latino role is for play titled Pedro Castillo is Innocent, about an innocent man in jail - who has to decide whether to confess to a crime he didn't commit, in order to get out. Based on a true story. Also looking for actor to play cabbie - Pakistani/Arabic/Indian ideally - for another play The Wild Ride about an encounter between a Connecticut banker and a NYC cabbie. Also based on true story. Both are for cold readings (table reads) only to hear the scripts. Production possible. If interested, call Claude Solnik. W: 631-913-4244.

Seeking one male latino singer/actor who would like to perform in a 10-minute scene on June 4 at the Patchogue Theatre.  The role requires speaking and singing in both Spanish and English.  Contact Howard Beckerman at howard@worldwidevoices.org or call (631) 675-0565 for more info. Link to the show on the theatre website: patchoguetheatre.com/events/#!/2014/6/4/Patchogue-The-Musical

The Long Island Cabaret Theatre, on behalf of Director Gary Dana and Musical Directors Kim Oler and Sid Cherry, is seeking singers for a new production entitled The Power of LoveCall Gary Dana at (516) 946-7207 or e-mail licabaret@aol.com to audition

BroadHollow Theatre Company is accepting submissions for the comedy Months on End by Craig Pospisil to be performed weekends at Studio Theatre in Lindenhurst from May 31 - June 21. Looking for 3 males late 20's/early 30's; 2 females one early twenties, other late 20's/early 30's. and one male late 50's/early 60s. Submit headshot and resume to Glen at theatre991@aol.com.

Looking for SERIOUS enthusiasts who are interested in forming and collaborating in an a capella group to sing for holidays (anything from vocalizing Christmas turns to singing at Memorial Day/National Anthem, to pop and oldies) Looking for 2 of each role or more depending on range and ability to have good pitch and understand versatility, style and musicality. You will sing during event receptions, holiday and private parties or special event gigs. Looking for mature-minded professionals who want to work and commit and form something great to earn $$ from Ages from 28-50+. We need Two (2) Sopranos, Two (2) Tenors, and Two (2) Bass singers. If interested, contact kairolg@gmail.com for more info (include your phone number).

Weekend / Part-Time Position Available Immediately - Entertainment Company Seeks HIGHLY ENERGETIC and FUN, OUTGOING young adults to be the star of the show as party motivatorsGreat Pay! No experience necessary!  Must drive and must be available weekends!  Call 516-437-8169 or email: Party@PatsytheClown.comPatsytheclown.com

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance - Musical Revue Thriller Dance - Company Auditions - Kids-Teens-Adults
45 Cherry Valley Ave, W Hempstead, Island Garden 2nd Floor
No fee to be in musical revue. Call  for an audition.  E-mail us your resume. Call 516-225-1088 or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

The Falls, realistic two-character play about a young man and woman who meet and decide to drive together to Niagara Falls, looking for actor. Initially, just to hear play in cold reading.  Call (W) 631-913-4244/ (Cell) 516-404-2960

The Arena Players Repertory Theatre Company is seeking child / young actors for our upcoming Children's productions of Jungle Book and The Wizard of Oz.  In addition, we are currently casting for our Summer Shakespeare Season, which will include A Midsummer Night's Dream, which will be performed in July and Aug at The Vanderbilt Courtyard Theater. Call (516) 293-0674 for more info.


To The Stage (Oceanside) is looking for an accompanist or musical director for 5-6 rehearsals total during the months of May-Aug for Spring Awakening. Very flexible hours based on your schedule. $100 stipend for rehearsals. Those who apply should be extremely reliable and proficient on piano. Emailcourtney@2thestage.com.

CM Performing Arts Center’s 1st Annual Children's Theatre Playwright Competition
The purpose of this contest is to encourage unpublished writers to write for the stage by providing the opportunity for them to collaborate with actors, directors, and others through all stages of production, including rehearsals and performances. The Playwriting Award supports the development of plays and musicals through a variety of benefits, including an opportunity to workshop the show in a slot on our Children's Theatre Stage, a subscription to our mainstage season, a raffle type item to be named later and your name on a plaque in the theater as the winner. Please refer to the Rules and Procedures.
All Entries must be received by June 15
Submissions should be mailed physically to the CM Performing Arts Center, 931 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale, NY 11769 - Attention Playwright Competition or emailed to info@cmpac.com (please forward to Patrick upon receipt)
The content must be accessible for CM's Children's Theatre stage. It must contain two acts of material and can be up to 2 hours in length. Music, if included, must be either original or be public domain. If of the musical variety, the submission must include sheet music for at least 2/3 of the included music. This contest is only open to amateur, i.e., unpublished playwrights. The contest will be judged by our Artistic Director, Patrick Grossman, and the winner will be chosen and posted by 6/30/14.
The Workshop: The winner will work in conjunction with our resident Artistic Director to cast, direct and produce the selected work for our Sept Children's Theatre slot. There will be 3 performances, on weekends, of the work. At the close of the CM Theatrical Run, the author is free to take the material elsewhere for production and in no way are rights the property of CMPAC. The rehearsal process will consist of 2-3 rehearsals weekly, leading up to the technical week, or week prior to the production opening, and will be the responsibility of the director/ contest winner, along with the Artistic Director, to schedule and maintain. A production staff and budget will be provided to the show and the director/winner may have input on production staff and casting. An opening day reception for the winner, the cast and staff, as well as selected guests of the winner will be provided by CM.

Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks backstage personnel including stage managers, deck crew, lighting operators, spot operators, and sound operators for their expanding 2014 season.  There are weekday morning slots and weekend slots open. Per performance stipends are offered.  For those with limited experience, we will train.  For an interview, e-mail resume to producer, Kevin Harrington at plazatheatrical@aol.com or call (516) 599-6870.

SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) is looking for an Assistant Director for both the Main Stage & Teen production of RENT the musical. (from May 19 - July 11) (Applicant CANNOT audition for the production). Those who apply should be well organized, assertive, and responsible. MUST be at all rehearsals with limited conflicts; Mon, Tues & Wed evenings from 6-10pm. This is a non-paying position. Great experience for those in HS, College or looking to gain experience during the summer. E-mail SoLunaStudioNY@gmail.com (Att: Karen Braun) with cover letter explaining why you would want this position and attach resume with any work/theatre experience. 

SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) is looking for an Assistant Choreographer for the Main Stage production of BARE the musical. (From May 19 - Aug 8) (Applicant CAN audition for the production). Those who apply should be well organized, assertive, responsible and have dance experience. MUST be at all rehearsals with limited conflicts; Thurs 6-9pm and Sat 3-6pm. This is a non-paying position. Great experience for those in HS, College or looking to gain experience during the summer. E-mail SoLunaStudioNY@gmail.com (Att: Karen Braun) with cover letter explaining why you would want this position and attach resume with any work/theatre experience.

Summer camp counselor needed for a South Shore Theatre Camp. Applicant must be 18 years or older with some theatre experience. Camp runs for 7 weeks June 30 – Aug 15th.  E-mail your resume to jmarciano@friedbergjcc.org 

Minstrel Players of Northport seeks crew for future productions. Rehearsals/Performances at Houghton Hall theatre at Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Various duties in stage construction, painting, lighting, sound, props, front-of-house and backstage. Must be available most Sun afternoons for 2 months prior to performance dates, Mon and Tues eve for tech week and brush up. "Handy" a plus, will train anyone willing to learn the craft. Valuable community experience - students welcome. For more info, call 631-732-2926 or visit www.minstrelplayers.org or join us on Facebook.

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 organization or almost
anywhere else 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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