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BROADHOLLOW THEATRE is casting Life Could Be a Dream
Director/Choreographer: Scott Earle / Musical Director: Ariann Miller Forella 
Seeking: 3 men (age 18-30) Singers/Dancers/Comedic Actors
Performance Dates: May 13 - May 28 (9 shows total). Stipend Provided.
All rehearsals and performances held at BayWay Arts Center 265 E Main St, E Islip 11730
Email headshot/resume to: bhtLifeDream@gmail.com
For show info: https://www.stagerights.com/allshows/lifecouldbedream/ 


North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck needs 2-3 male ensemble (16-30) to dance the Kit Kat boys and play the supporting roles of Max and Bobby in Cabaret. Perfs are May 18 – June 4; Thurs, Fri, Sat nights @ 8 and Sun @ 2:30. Willing to take men with perf conflicts if we can find another male with different conflict dates; they can share the role. Rehearsals M-Th eves now through opening, but the ensemble people are NOT needed at every rehearsal. Email director at manningdand@outlook.com.


BroadHollow Theatre Company is seeking 3 African American actors for multiple roles in RAGTIME
Performance dates are: E Islip June 24 - July 7 & Elmont Aug 5 - 20
Interested parties should forward a resume and headshot to Marian Waller at bhtgroupsales@aol.com


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


Second Stage Productions auditions for Bonnie & Clyde on Mon, April 24 by appt onlyAll roles are open. Performances will be June 2-18 at Backstage Theatre in Merrick. To schedule an audition, email Brian at showauditions@2ndstageproductions.com. You will receive an email with an audition time and further info. Visit our website at 2ndstageproductions.com for more info


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.


Maggie’s Little Theater auditions for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Wed, April 26, 7:30–9:30pm, Sat, April 29, noon–3pm & Sun, April 30, 4–7pm in St. Margaret Parish Hall, 66-05 79th Place, Middle Village, Queens. Enter into the schoolyard and look for the sign on the door. Music Direction by Sarah Glassman / Choreography by Lindsay Levy / Stage Direction by Lindsay Levy & Joe Annese. Casting breakdown and other details on our web site – www.maggieslittletheater.org. Performances: July 22, 23, 28, 29, 30. Rehearsals begin in May. Questions? maggieslittletheater@gmail.com


Live Horror Show Inc auditions for Experience Unknown 2017, a brand new immersive theater project on May 1 @ 8:30pm at the Cradle Of Aviation in Garden City. All that is required for the audition is to show up and read the lines we give them (less than 1 paragraph). Performance Sept 30. Robert J. Frankenberg, Director Of Operation www.livehorrorshow.com
Looking for Actors, Actresses, Crew and Cast. For the acting roles we are casing 2 specific types of roles. 
Primary acting roles in the Dome Theater Show which consist of memorized lines and choreography:
Mad Scientist – Male
Assistant #1 – Female or Male 
Assistant #2 – Female or Male
Assistant #3 – Female or Male
Asylum Testing Patient – Female or Male
Haunters: actors who get trained to scare guests in the darkened exhibit section we are currently constructing.


JC Players audition for a gender-blind production of 1776 on Mon, May 1 & Tues, May 2 @ 7 - 9PM, Community United Methodist Church 75-27 Metropolitan Ave, Middle Village and Thurs, May 4 @ 7 - 9PM, Glendale-Maspeth United Methodist Church 66-14 Central Ave, Glendale. Callbacks (if necessary) will be held on Mon, May 8 @ 7PM. Seeking adult (18 +) singers and actors. Be prepared to sing one song - preferably from the show. Bring sheet music in proper key if not singing from the show. An accompanist will be provided. Rehearsals begin mid May. Performances Aug 4, 5, 6, 12, 13
For further info email jcplayers95@yahoo.com. Director: Barbara Auriemma, Musical Director: Frank Auriemma. Music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and book by Peter Stone 
Character Breakdown:
ABIGAIL ADAMS: Loving wife to John Adams. Intelligent, quick-witted and talented with a pen, Abigail is a radiant and shapely beauty. Every bit as bright as her husband.
ANDREW McNAIR: The congressional custodian, he has a comment ready whenever some comic relief is needed. 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Delegate from Pennsylvania. Franklin is intelligent, well-traveled and pleasantly cunning. A jolly and admirable fellow with whom one would desire to have a friendship.
CHARLES THOMPSON: The Congressional secretary, he eventually designed the back of the Great Seal of the United States. He's a quiet presence in the Congress.
COL. THOMAS McKEAN: Delegate from Delaware. Florid and likable with a charming, yet commanding, Scottish Brogue.
COURIER: male or female youth (13 +). Be prepared to sing Momma Look Sharp. The message runner between General Washington's army and the Continental Congress. He has witnessed the hardships of war firsthand, although his innocent disposition and appearance may imply otherwise.
EDWARD RUTLEDGE: Delegate from South Carolina. Rutledge is haunting and somewhat ominous as the youngest member of the Continental Congress. There is a serpent-like quality to him.
JOHN ADAMS: Delegate from Massachusetts. John is a dutiful husband. Opinionated, passionate and a bit boisterous, he wears his age with pride. Starving for independence from England.
JOHN DICKINSON: Delegate from Pennsylvania. A hawkish gentleman. He is sharp-tongued and a touch detestable.
JOHN HANCOCK: A prominent merchant from Massachusettes, he is the President of the Continental Congress. He supports independence as strongly as Adams, but he doesn't show it as much because, as President of Congress, he's the mediator.
JUDGE JAMES WILSON: An associate Justice of the Supreme Court, he is one of the quietest characters in the show, but he has the most pivotal role of any character: he's the one who decides the question of American independence. 
A LEATHER APRON: McNair's assistant, he's never called by name, just called a leather apron (another term for apprentice). Generally speaking, he's a teenager who wants to join the Continental Army. He helps McNair with his custodial duties.
MARTHA JEFFERSON: Thomas Jefferson's very-much-in-love wife. Striking looks, her dancing delightful, humor appealing. 
RICHARD HENRY LEE: Delegate from Virginia, a willowy aristocrat. His flamboyancy is intoxicating and borderline infuriating.
ROBERT LIVINGSTON: Delegate from New York. Recently a father, Livingston's disposition has become one of humility and graciousness. He has changed considerably over the years.ROGER SHERMAN: Delegate from Connecticut. A coffee drinker with a penchant for hyperactivity, Sherman is a simple cobbler.
STEPHEN HOPKINS: Delegate from Rhode Island. Hopkins' drinking has led to an appearance befitting of the second oldest in the Continental Congress. He has a dirty old man playfulness about him.
THOMAS JEFFERSON: Delegate from Virginia. Though noticeably tall, Jefferson is mild-mannered and sweet. Along with being a well read man, he is very much in love with his wife.
Tertiary Characters: Dr. Josiah Barlett, Lewis Morris, Rev. Jonathan Witherspoon, Caesar Rodney, George Read, Samuel Chase, Joseph Hewes, Dr. Lyman Hall


Theatre Box, 35 Verbena Ave, Floral Park, auditions for Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM on  May 2, 4, 8, & 9 @ 7:30PM. Rehearsals start Mon, May 15. Performances: July 28, 29, 30 & Aug 3, 4, 5. Sides will be provided. Email beejdiract@verizon.net with any questions. A lighthearted romantic comedy that blurs the line between fantasy and reality. In an Athenian forest, forbidden lovers, quarrelling fairies and a group of slow-witted laborers all become the foils of the mischievous Puck and his magical love potion. Before the night’s over, a laborer is given the head of a donkey, the fairy queen falls in love with him, and the humans’ love triangle becomes a giant knot.  Characters:
Theseus, the Duke of Athens, has recently won a war against the Amazons, and to reward himself for his victory is going to marry their queen Hippolyta, whether she likes it or not. 
Egeus is a courtier at Theseus’s court and his master of revels. 
Lysander is a young man of Athens, of good family and fortune. 
Demetrius is not the most admirable of young men. Having wooed Helena and won her heart, he shifts his attentions to Hermia, who will have none of him, but whose father favors him. 
Philostrate is Theseus’s Master of the Revels. The Duke sends him to encourage everybody in Athens to celebrate his wedding and have a festive time during the four days leading up to the ceremony. 
Peter Quince is a carpenter with literary pretensions who organizes some fellow workers into preparing a play he has written to present to Theseus and Hippolyta on their wedding day (in which he presents the Prologue). 
Bottom the weaver is a take-charge sort of fellow, and a great stage ham who wishes to play all the parts he can in Quince’s play. 
Flute is a bellows-mender, a young man whose facial hair is only just beginning to grow. His voice may be unbroken. 
Snout is a tinker cast as Pyramus’s father and the Wall in Quince’s play. 
Snug the joiner is not the most quick-witted of fellows, and is therefore cast as the lion to avoid his having to learn lines. 
Starveling the tailor portrays Moonshine in Quince’s play. 
Hippolyta is Queen of the Amazons. Having been defeated in battle by Theseus, she is now betrothed to him. 
Hermia is Egeus’s daughter. In love with Lysander, she refuses to marry Demetrius despite the threat of death for her refusal. 
Helena is a young lady of Athens. She was wooed by Demetrius and remains obsessively, even masochistically in love with him. 
Oberon is King of Fairies. Proud, angry, and vengeful, he quarrels with Titania for the sake of a changeling boy, and on being refused decides to humiliate her into obedience. 
Titania is Queen of Fairies. Her quarrel with Oberon disturbs nature, but in memory of her votaress she still refuses to give up the boy who is at the quarrel’s root. 
Puck, or Robin Goodfellow, is an amoral prankster of a spirit. Oberon’s jester, he delights in practical jokes, transforming Bottom for a lark and making him the object of Titania’s love. 
Peaseblossom is a fairy of Titania’s court. Commanded by Titania, it is one of the ones to attend on Bottom. 
Cobweb is a fairy of Titania’s court. Commanded by Titania, it is one of the ones to attend on Bottom. 
Moth is a fairy of Titania’s court. Commanded by Titania, it is one of the ones to attend on Bottom. 
Mustardseed is a fairy of Titania’s court. Commanded by Titania, it is one of the ones to attend on Bottom. 
A Fairy is one of Titania’s servants, charged with spreading the dew. She recognizes Puck, and is not fond of Oberon. 
First Fairy sings a charm to keep Titania’s sleeping place safe. 
Second Fairy sings a charm to keep Titania’s sleeping place safe.


Studio Theatre, 141 S Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst 11757 auditions for for Jonathan Tolins' Twilight of The Golds on Wed, May 3 from 7:30-9:30pm & Sat, May 6 from 3-5pm. Bring headshot and resume. All parts are open. Performances Aug 4 - 20. Questions? ddubinstudio@gmail.com


South Shore Theatricals, Inc. auditions for a musical revue, A South Shore Summer, on Mon and Tues, May 15-16 from 7-10pm (adults & teens) and Wed, May 17 from 4-7pm (children age 8+) at the Madison Theatre at Molloy College, 1000 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre. Be prepared to sing from traditional musical theatre or “the great American songbook” (bring sheet music) and with footwear comfortable for dancing. Show will feature Kathryn Crosby (Mrs. Bing Crosby) and a combination of professional and community talent. Directors: Bruce Bider & John Pane, Musical Director: Bruce Bider, Choreographer: Mike Canestraro. Performance: Sat, July 29 @ 8pm. For add'l info, e-mail beb11572@aol.com


SoLuna Studio, 659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge auditions for PIPPIN on May 16 & 17 from 6-10pmYou must schedule an audition time for either date by calling 631-761-6602. Prepare 32 bars from the show (accompanist will be provided) and come prepared to dance. Seeking a diverse cast ages 13-59+. Rehearsals will be Mon/Tues/Wed 6-10pm. Performances July 14 - Aug 6. Cast Breakdown:
Leading Player - The ultimate 'ring leader.' Masterfully charming and manipulative, a chameleon of sorts. Guides Pippin through his own story and tries to intervene at the end. Excellent dancer. Obsessed with putting on a great show for the audience. Gender: BOTH / Vocal range top: Ab4/bottom: Db3
Pippin - Our story's young and confused protagonist. He is longing to find his purpose in life. Naive, innocent and discontent. Eventually finds love, and meaning in life, with Catherine and Theo. Vocal range top: Ab4/bottom: G2
Charles - Pippin's demanding father. As the King of the Holy Roman Empire, Charlemagne is more comfortable wielding a sword than breaking bread. He wears his years with great pride. Vocal range top: E4/bottom: G2
Fastrada - Pippin's conniving stepmother. A seductress, who is no stranger to deceit and betrayal, she is both sexy and smart. Skilled at using her sexual appeal to benefit her and her son. /Vocal range top: bottom: A3
Berthe - Pippin's saucy grandmother. A brassy broad full of wisdom, grace and sass. She tries to help Pippin and encourages him to live his life to the fullest. Vocal range top: C5/bottom: E3
Catherine - A widow and mother. A beautiful and a hopeless romantic, who possesses graceful elegance. Encounters Pippin at his lowest point and eventually falls in love with him. Vocal range top: Db5/bottom: F#3
Theo
Lewis
Ensemble - Players, Storytellers, Special Skill Performers: dancers, acrobatics, aerialists, gymnasts, etc.


John W. Engeman Theater at Northport holds Open and Local Auditions for Grease at 10AM and 2PM on Thurs, May 18; and at 2PM on Sat, May 20. Richard Dolce, Producing Artistic Director; Vic DiMonda, Associate Producing Director;  director, Paul Stancato; musical director TBA; choreographer Antoinette DiPietropolo; Wojcik/Seay Casting, Casting Office. Daytime rehearsals in NYC: 6/16/17; Open: 7/6/17; Close: 8/27/17. 
OPEN CALL FOR DANCERS WHO SING AND SINGERS WHO DANCE (NYC):Thurs, May 18
Nola Studios, 250 W 54th St 11th Floor - Studio A/Studio B (Holding)
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. 
Come prepared to dance first. Jazz or character shoes. You may be asked to stay to sing. All actors attending either call should prepare to sing 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show. You may sing from Grease. 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. 
NYC BASED ACTORS unable to attend these auditions, send a headshot and resume to Wojcik/Seay Casting at staff@wscasting.com Attn: Engeman Grease 
LOCAL CALL FOR SINGERS WHO DANCE (Northport): Sat, May 20
Engeman Theatre at Northport,250 Main St, Northport
Studio 11AM – Sign Up for MEN & WOMEN
2PM – Audition Begins 
Come prepared to sing first, but you may be asked to stay to dance. Bring jazz or character shoes. Prepare 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show. You may sing from Grease. 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. The producer will be actively casting from these calls so attendance is highly recommended. 
LOCAL L.I. ACTORS unable to attend these auditions, send a headshot and resume to Vic DiMonda, c/o The Engeman Theater, 250 Main St, Northport 11768 or email vdimonda@engemantheater.com Attn: Grease.
SEEKING: 
DANNY ZUKO: 18-25 to play high school age. The leader of the “Burger Palace Boys.” Well-built, nice-looking, with an air of cool easygoing charm. Strong and confident. 
SANDY DUMBROWSKI: 18-25 to play high school age. Danny’s love interest. Sweet, wholesome, naïve, cute, like Sandra Dee of the “Gidget” movies. 
KENICKIE: 18-25 to play high school age. Second-in-command of the Burger Palace Boys. Tough-looking, tattooed, surly, avoids any show of softness. Has an off-beat sense of humor. 
DOODY: 18-25 to play high school age. Youngest of the Burger Palace guys. He’s charming with a disarming smile and a hero-worshipping attitude toward the other guys. Guitar a plus. 
ROGER: 18-25 to play high school age. The “anything-for-a-laugh” type full of mischief, half-baked schemes and ideas. He’s a clown who enjoys putting other people on. 
SONNY LATIERRI: 18-25 to play high school age. Italian-looking, with shiny black hair and dark oily skin. A braggart and wheeler-dealer who thinks he’s a real lady-killer.  
BETTY RIZZO: 18-25 to play high school age. Leader of the Pink Ladies. She is tough, sarcastic and outspoken but vulnerable. Italian, with unconventional good looks. 
FRENCHY: 18-25 to play high school age. The dreamer of the Pink Ladies. She’s good-natured, but not the brightest. Heavily made-up, fussy about her appearance—particularly her hair. She can’t wait to finish high school so she can be a beautician. 
MARTY: 18-25 to play high school age. The “beauty” of the Pink Ladies. Pretty, looks older than the other girls, but betrays her real age when she opens her mouth. Tries to act sophisticated. 
JAN: 18-25 to play high school age. Comedienne of the Pink Ladies. She’s loud and pushy with the girls, but shy with boys. She’s a little over-weight. 
PATTY SIMCOX: 18-25 to play high school age. A typical cheerleader at a middle-class American public high school. She’s attractive and athletic, aggressive and sure of herself, given to bursts of disconcerting enthusiasm. She’s also catty, but in an All-American Girl sort of way. She can also twirl a baton. 
EUGENE FLORCZYK: 18-25 to play high school age. The class valedictorian. Physically awkward, with weak eyes and a high-pitched voice. An apple-polisher, smug and pompous but gullible. 
VINCE FONTAINE: Late 20s-30s. A typical “teen audience” radio disc jockey. Slick, egotistical, fast-talking. A veteran “greaser.”  
TEEN ANGEL: Timeless. A good-looking falsetto voiced, Fabian-look-alike. A singer who would have caused girls to scream and riot back in 1958. 
MISS LYNCH: 40s-50s. An old maid English teacher. 
CHA-CHA DIGREGORIO: 18-25 to play high school age. A Blind date. She’s outspoken, flirtatious with unconventional good looks. Takes pride in being “the best dancer at St. Bernadette’s.” JOHNNY CASINO: 18-25 to play high school age. A “greaser” student at Rydell who leads a rock ‘n’ roll band and likes to think of himself as a real rock ‘n’ roll idol. 
MALE/FEMALE ENSEMBLE: 18-25 to play high school age. Strong singer/dancers with charismatic personalities.


Cultural Arts Playhouse, 170 Michael Dr, Syosset 11791 is holding auditions on May 20 at noon for West Side Story and A Chorus LineAll roles open. West Side Story Runs June 23- July 23 and A Chorus Line runs July 28 - Aug 20.


Lighthouse Theatre Company auditions by appt for the musical TICK TICK BOOM on SUN, MAY 28 from 10-1:30am and SAT, JUNE 3 from 4-6pm at Body Language Dance Studio, 5352 Merrick Rd, Massapequa 11758. Callbacks are tentatively set for the evening of SUN, JUNE 4 location TBD. Rehearsals at Body Language on Sun eve beginning June 25, and Sat beginning July 21 (a copy of the rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions). Performances at Studio Theatre, 141 S Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst 11757 from FRI, AUG 25 - SUN, AUG 27. Prepare and provide sheet music for 16-32 bars of 2 SONGS for your audition: one from the show, and one in any style of your choosing that best demonstrates your abilities. (This is your chance to show off; "riffing" during callbacks is not encouraged.) In addition, provide a résumé – headshots are welcome, but not required. Note that there will be multiple casts for this production. For more info, visit facebook.com/lighthousetheatreli – To schedule an audition, send an email to lighthousetheatreli@gmail.com.
Character Descriptions:
JON: An “aspiring, young composer” on the verge of turning 30 years old; a little bit goofy, a little bit stubborn, and a little bit unrealistic, but utterly passionate about his craft, and absolutely dedicated to his principles.
SUSAN: A professional dancer, and Jon’s supportive girlfriend of two years; loves what she does, but is far more grounded than her significant other – grounded to such a degree that she wants to start putting down roots. (*Actress also portrays various bit roles*)
MICHAEL: Jon’s childhood friend, who’s recently traded in his life as a struggling actor for a lucrative career as a market research executive; supportive, but practical. (*Actor also portrays various bit roles*)


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Feastaville Productions, an interactive, immersive production co, is looking for like-minded people to collaborate on projects. Current projects include a Steampunk Gothic version of Dracula for adults as well as a murder mystery that is in the spirit of Sleep No More  Looking for improv actorsSend headshot & resume and/or a brief summary of why you want to work on these projects and what you can bring to the table to agoldin1@optonline.net. Everyone will be considered regardless of past experience. Just looking for passion, vision and talent. Rehearsals will be in the Long Beach area.


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 Stage and ScreenCall or text Gary Dana at (516) 946-7207 or e-mail licabaret@aol.com to audition 


FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance looking for an Elite Company dancer to be in Mickey's 60th Birthday Party. Must have 5 years of dance experience. Must be able to do ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and modern. Call 516-225-1088 or email  musicalgrl2003@gmail.com


NEXT STOP BROADWAY is casting for BEST OF MUSICAL THEATER SHOWCASE, at New York's Metropolitan Room with award-winning NYC Music Director, through April 30. The cast will feature 7 soloists. Private session with Music Director and Director and one full cast rehearsal. The show will be scheduled according to cast's availability in mid July or early Aug. Cast will receive a professionally recorded CD of the show, video and performance pictures. Send head shot, resume and video submissions of a full length ballad and uptempo song to Director Linda Ray at cabaretsingers@aol.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4CBd2eHdtw


Dance Connection seeks Backstage Babysitters for its June 2017 Recital. Seeking applicants experienced in education and/or childcare who will be responsible for supervising dancers age 3-12 while they are backstage waiting for their dances, as well as playing games with dancers, assisting with bathroom-runs, and maintaining order and safety in their assigned areas. Other duties, as assigned. Our three recital performances are held at Holy Trinity Diocesan High School on Newbridge Rd, Hicksville on Sat, June 17 at 1PM, Sat, June 17 at 7PM and Sun, June 18 at 3PM. Backstage Child Supervisors’ shifts will begin promptly 1 hr prior to showtime (Noon, 6PM and 2PM, respectively) and will end when the last child is picked up from the Cafeteria (approx 4:30PM, 10:30PM, and 6:30PM). Preference will be given to applicants available for all three performances. Compensation - $50/performanceFor further details, visit http://lidanceconnection.com/recital-backstage-childcare/ or email joe@lidanceconnection.com.


The Long Island Rep., the in-house theater group at Theater294 in E Farmingdale, is looking for actors who want to become part of the group for future productions, ranging from classics to contemporary and new works. We want to find like-minded people who'd like to work with us. If interested, email info to longislandreptheater@gmail.com.


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


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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


Feastaville Productions, an interactive, immersive production co, is looking for like-minded people to collaborate on projects. Current projects include a Steampunk Gothic version of Dracula for adults as well as a murder mystery in the spirit of Sleep No More. Looking for writerscostumers and a co-director/producerSend resume and/or a brief summary of why you want to work on these projects and what you can bring to the table to agoldin1@optonline.net. Everyone will be considered regardless of past experience. Just looking for passion, vision and talent. Rehearsals will be in the Long Beach area.  


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


FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance is looking for a stage manager. Must have experience stage managing a show. Pay at the end of show. Must be good with kids-teens-adults. non-smoker. Call 516-225-1088 or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com


The Long Island Rep., the in-house theater group at Theater294 in E Farmingdale, is looking for people who want to become part of (or work with) the group: directors, stage managers & tech people who want to join us on future productions, ranging from classics to contemporary and new works. We seek like-minded people who'd like to work with us. If interested, email info to longislandreptheater@gmail.com.


Shining Studios (Port Washington) is seeking musical theatre and dance instructors for their summer Broadway Boot camp. Camp is broken down into 6 one-week long sessions. Applicants need not be available for the whole summer. Indicate which weeks you are available in introductory email. Camp runs from July 10 - Aug 18, 9am - 3pm. The ideal applicant has a dynamic and engaging personality, is highly creative, is a self-starter, and MUST love working with children ages 7-12. Must have reliable transportation to and from Port Washington in order to be considered. Interested parties should contact Shelly at sbrennan.shining@gmail.com to schedule an interview ASAP 


Gateway Performing Arts Center of Suffolk County is seeking OVERHIRE STAGEHANDS to hire on an ongoing basis throughout the year - Pay is $10 - $20 hourly, DOE
Overhire stagehands are hired on an as-needed basis when work is available, and report to their department heads assigned at the time of hire.
Qualifications:
* Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. repeatedly throughout the duration of the call. 
* Ability to stand and work on one's feet for long periods of time. 
* Comfort working at heights in excess of 20' on ladders and lifts (electricians).
* Comfort working in groups.
* Ability to take directions in a fast paced environment.
To apply email resume to Asst. Production Manager Tony Tambasco (production@thegateway.org).


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.


South Shore Theatre Experience is receiving scripts for their annual one act festival in Aug. This year's "theme" is Take This Job and Shove It - one acts at the workplace. Scripts should be approximately 10 minutes, have one set and no more that 6 characters. To email your script or for more info - Deborah@SouthShoreTheatre.com or call 631-669-0506 Deadline is May 1 


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.


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


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.


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 fundraisers, private parties or corporate events.
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