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Matthew L. Levine, NYFA graduate, is shooting an independent short film. Supporting actors receive $75 per day, Meals and Reel once completed. Extras are $50 per day, Meals and Reel. Tentative shoot is Aug 23 and 24. 631-972-5352 / mattsvoice4u@gmail.com
Looking for non-union
1 African American supporting Actress between 30-40 yrs old
1 African American 5yr old boy who can ride a bike
Multi-racial kids between 5-8 yrs old as extras for a Birthday BBQ scene


Major motion picture shooting in Nassau Co, looking for 6 - 10 interns for immediate placement. Excellent experience, no pay. Send resume to MCAPTheatre@aol.com asap for consideration


NYC COLLEGE SHOWCASE with Award-Winning NYC Musical Director Darius Frowner. Recent Graduates are invited to audition. Performance at New York’s Metropolitan Room on Aug 17 at 4pm. There will be two private rehearsals in Huntington with Darius Frowner, who will write arrangements for 3 solos. Private rehearsal with Director. Darius Frowner works with many B'way actors and frequently works with Norm Lewis (Phantom, Les Mis, Ragtime, Chess, Porgy and Bess, etc.)  A professional CD of the show will be recorded. The cast features 7 singers with extensive performing experience. Call Linda Ray, Director, at 631 673-5577 or 631 335-2587 for info http://metropolitanroom.com/index.cfm


Eastline Productions Ltd., located at 2123 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh, is casting Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart, which will run the last two wknds in Aug. Casting is ongoing-- MALE roles are still open. Call Dan Higgins, Director,  516 406-6274, or Pat Reilly, Producer, 516 459-9402 for more info or to schedule an audition.


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


Auditions for Bye Bye Birdie or the Music Man or You're A Good Man Charlie Brown on Mon, Tues, Wed, 7/30, 8/4, 8/5, 8/6 from 5-8 pm
45 Cherry Valley Ave, W Hempstead, Island Garden 2nd Fl . Email us your resume and headshot. Call 516-225-1088 or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com. Kids-Teens-Adults. No fee to be in the show.


Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts auditions for MURDER BALLAD on Sat, Aug 2 from 10am-12:30pm at the theatre, 2 E Main St, Smithtown. ALL ROLES OPEN. Primary roles will be cast from individuals 20 – 40 years of age. Ensemble roles will be cast from individuals 16 years of age and up who have strong harmony skills and good dancing ability, i.e., can move well. Ensemble/primary roles prepare 16 – 32 bars of a rock/pop piece that reveals your range and belting ability. Bring sheet music, head shot and resume – an accompanist will be provided.  Rehearsal will begin the end of Aug with a 15 performance run Oct 11 – Nov 2. All cast members must be available for a Thurs matinee on Oct 23. Open to Equity and non-Equity persons. Equity members will be hired on a Guest Artist contract. Non-Equity will receive a per performance stipend. MURDER BALLAD is a sung through musical that was the must see theatre experience of 2013. It is the dramatic story of a love triangle gone wrong centering on Sara, an uptown girl who seems to have it all, but whose downtown past lingers enticingly and dangerously in front of her. The musical explores the complications of love, the compromises we make, and the betrayals that can ultimately undo us. It is written for four primary characters (Listed below with details of performance capabilities required). We are considering enhancing the work with an ensemble of 8 (4 men and 4 women) who will act as a variety of characters throughout the show. Through movement the ensemble’s presence will enhance our ability to convey the story. The use of an ensemble will be decided based upon many factors – we encourage individuals to audition even though we may eventually decide to not utilize an ensemble. STRONG POP/ROCK BELTING IS NECESSARY FOR ALL ROLES. To learn more about Murder Ballad and to hear excerpts from the show visit: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000439.  Director: Ken Washington, Musical Director: Melissa McCowell. For add'l info EMAIL ONLY smithtwn2@optonline.net. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE – THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE. Character Breakdown:
MICHAEL: A poetry PhD who Sara elicits and her eventual husband. Sweet and calming, he is willing to provide nothing but the best for those he loves. He shows how cold he can become when he finds out about Sarah's affair. Male, 25-40. Range: F#2 - A4
NARRATOR: The storyteller providing all the transitions between the various scenes and occasionally speaking for the characters themselves. Philisophical, poetic, and a little opinionated. Female, 20-40. Range: F3 - E5
SARA: Once Tom's lover, an ambitious starving artist and musician. Initially depressed and jaded towards men after a sordid relationship. Michael helps her find happiness again through their marriage. She ends up straying from the marriage. Female, 20-40. Range: E3 - E5
TOM: Sara's first lover and an ambitious starving artist and actor. His alcoholism, constant affairs, and general selfishness put a strain on his relationships. He becomes obsessed and stalker-like in his mannerisms toward Sara. Male, 25-40. Range: G2 - F#4


Suffolk Fencing Academy LLC is seeking people with and without fencing experience for a local Long Island commercial to air with Cablevision and Verizon Fios service providers.
Seeking: Males and Females ages 4 - adult. We encourage everyone to bring their friends and family.
Casting Date: Sun - Aug 3 from 3 - 6pm
Location: 1055 Portion Road 12W, Farmingville 11738
Shooting Dates: Aug 16 & 17 at Suffolk Fencing Academy
Compensation: TBD / Copy and credit for commercial / food will be provided.
Scheduled to air in the FALL/WINTER 2014.
Cable Networks: News 12 Long Island, WE, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Discovery, History, TBS, FX, TruTv, CNN, ABC Family, AMC, ESPN and more. Do not call or email about the casting. www.wearemixupmedia.com


Cultural Arts Playhouse of Plainview auditions for The Addams Family and Fiddler on the Roof on Sun, Aug 3 at noon or Mon, Aug 4 at 7pm.
Both shows directed by Tony Frangipane.  See website for more info and to sign in for the audition.
THE ADDAMS FAMILY - THE MUSICAL Breakdown
Mortica and Gomez have been cast
Seeking:
UNCLE FESTER: Caucasian male actor. The androgynous family member who serves as the musicals narrator. He is larger than life, an energetic, joyous, child-like presence. A vaudeville style comedian with tenor vocals.
WEDNESDAY ADDAMS: Caucasian woman. Wednesday is an attractive, in shape girl who has the same dry wit and sensibility of her mother. Finds love with a “normal” boy (Lucas) and wants to introduce his family to hers. Experiences the youthful drama that comes with first love. Lucas can actually puts a smile on her face. Strong pop belt vocals.
GRANDMA: Caucasian woman. She is a feisty102 year old woman. Fun and quirky, but don’t mess with Grandma. Comedic actress with strong character vocals.
PUGSLEY ADDAMS: Young Caucasian male actor who plays 12 years old. A charming, funny, husky boy who loves being tortured by his sister. He wants to ensure he won’t lose his sister to her new boyfriend so he takes matters into his own hands. Strong, high vocals. Voice not yet changed.
LURCH: Caucasian male actor. A very tall male character, the Addams butler who knows all. He speaks in moans and groans without becoming a cartoon version of himself. His movement is always very slow Character actor with a low bass vocals to Eb.
MAL BEINEKE: Caucasian male. Stuffy father of 19 year old Lucas and exasperated husband to his rhyming wife, Alice. At one time was a follower of The Grateful Dead but has lost that side of himself. Always looking out for his family. Male actor with high baritone/ tenor vocals.
ALICE BEINEKE: Caucasian woman. Mother of 19 year old Lucas, devoted to her family so she puts aside her own desires. In shape, quirky female who often speaks in rhyme. While at the Addams Family dinner party, she drinks a potion that causes her to let her hair down and speak her truth. Comedic actress with soprano / belt vocals.
LUCAS BEINEKE: Caucasian male, attractive, in shape young man. Fell in love with Wednesday Addams and plans to marry her. Experiences the youthful pain and drama of young love and struggles with the differences between his family and the Addams family. Contemporary pop tenor vocals.
THE ANCESTORS: Male and female ensemble singer/dancers who are smart performers. Trained dancers who sing and have a fun, quirky sensibility. All ensemble members will understudy principal roles. Knowledge of tango and flamenco dancing a plus.
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Breakdown
Tevye and Golda have been cast (seeking understudies only)
YENTE – The matchmaker and village busybody. (Strong Comedic Actress, Alto, Age Range 40-75)
LAZAR WOLF – The town’s butcher and wealthiest citizen. Wants to marry Tzeitel. (Baritone, Age Range 45-65)
TZEITEL – The eldest daughter and the first to marry. (Mezzo, Age Range 18-25)
HODEL – The second eldest daughter, intrigued with a radical young male student. (Mezzo, Age Range 15-23)
MOTEL – A meek and poor tailor who seeks the hand of Tzeitel. (Tenor, Age Range 18-27)
PERCHIK - The radical, young student that challenges traditions and falls for Hodel. (Tenor, Age Range 18-30)
CHAVA – The third eldest daughter that runs off with a Russian soldier. Requires dance ability. (Mezzo, Age Range 14-18)
FYEDKA – The Russian soldier that falls in love with Chava. Requires dance ability. (Age Range 18-25)
SHPRINTZE AND BIELKE – The two youngest daughters (Age Range 10-14)
THE CONSTABLE – The Russian military official stationed near Anatevka. (Age Range 30-45)
THE RABBI – Anatevka’s Jewish spiritual leader. (Age Range 45-75)
MENDEL – The Rabbi’s son. (Age Range 15-25)
MORDCHA – Runs the bar in town, a friend of Tevye. (Age Range 30-60)
AVRAM – Runs the bookshop in town. (Baritone, Age Range 30-60)
GRANDMA TZEITEL - Appears as a ghost in the dream sequence. (Mezzo, Age Range 50+)
FRUMA-SARAH – Lazar Wolf’s departed wife. Appears in the dream sequence. (Mezzo, Age Range 30-45)
NACHUM – The town beggar. (Male, Age Range 40-65)
YUSSEL – The town Hatter. (Male, Age Range 25-60)
SHANDEL – Model’s mother. (Age Range 40-65)
SASHA AND BORIS – Fyedka’s Russian friends and fellow soldiers. (Age Range 16-25)
PRIEST – (Age Range 30+)
VILLAGERS, RUSSIANS AND DANCERS - All Age


Theatre Box, United Methodist Church, 35 Verbena Ave, Floral Park is looking to cast one role for The Actor's Nightmare.  Open role: George, (30-50), male lead: a man who finds himself backstage under mysterious circumstances. He appears to be an accountant and seems to be the understudy of a man named Edwin, although he can't actually remember attending any rehearsals or being a part of the production. Auditions are Aug 4 and 5 at 7:30PM in the upstairs parlor; sides will be provided.  Performances: Nov 7, 8, 9 and 14, 15, 16.  Must be available for all performances.  Rehearsals start in Sept.  Contact Kate Lenzo (director) at 917-863-6577 or lenzo.kate@gmail.com for more info.


The Minstrel Players of Northport auditions for Ken Ludwig’s The Game’s Afoot on Mon, Aug 4 at 7:30PM. Need 1 Man (20-35), 2 Women (20-35) and 2 Women* (40-50). One must have a British accent. Rehearsals will either be on Sun afternoons, Mon or Tues nights. Performances will be on Sat, Oct 25 & Nov 1 at 8PM and Sun, Oct 26 & Nov 2 at 3PM, at Houghton Hall Theatre, Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Bring resume and headshot. For more info, 631-732-2926 or www.minstrelplayers.org. Stipend.


CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for the musical YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN On Mon and Tues, Aug 4 and 5 at 7:30PM. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810 Director Patrick Grossman / Music Director John Farrell / Choreographer M.E. Junge / Stage Mgr Karen Tese. Roles:
DR. FREDERICK FRANKENSTEIN {Gene Wilder} The eccentric grandson of an infamous mad scientist. He is the Dean of Anatomy at New York's best university.Male, 30-45 yrs old; Range: Bb2 - G4
THE MONSTER {Peter Boyle} Large, misunderstood creation of Frederick. A hopeless romantic. Male, 25-40 yrs old; Range: D3 - Bb4 Must be at least 6'2" tall to be considered
IGOR {Marty Feldman} Frederick's faithful, bright-eyed, eager servant. Male, 30-50 yrs old; Range: C3 - G4
INGA {Teri Garr} The not-so-bright assistant to Frederick. Young and sexy. Female, 20-35 yrs old; Range: G#3 - A5 Yodeling ability a plus!
ELIZABETH BENNING {Madeline Kahn} Self-loving, naive, boisterous fiancee of Frederick. Female, 30-40 yrs old; Range: F#3 - F5
FRAU BLEUCHER {Cloris Leachman} Proud housekeeper of the Frankenstein estate. Intense and stern. Female, 40-60 yrs old; Range: E3 - B4
INSPECTOR HANS KEMP {Kenneth Mars} The justice-driven, protective, steadfast town inspector. Male, 40-55 yrs old; Range: A2 - F4
THE HERMIT {Gene Hackman} The lonely, poor, blind town hermit. Male, 35-60 yrs old; Range: A2 - Db4
ENSEMBLE: {Ages 16 to 65} Likely to be 10 Men and 10 Women. There is quite a variety here including Gravediggers, Medical Students, Mad Scientists, A Diva Entourage, Tap Dancing Monsters and lots and lots of Angry Villagers, of course! (some of whom harmonize very tightly!!!) Excellent vocalists are required throughout, and tap dancing is required by many, but not all.
With such memorable tunes as "The Transylvania Mania," "He Vas My Boyfriend" and "Puttin' On The Ritz," YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is scientifically-proven, monstrously good entertainment…and the only place you'll witness a singing and dancing laboratory experiment in the largest tuxedo ever made.


Township Theatre Group auditions for the Agatha Christie mystery Murder on the Nile on Mon, Aug 4 and Tues, Aug 5 at 7:30pm at Five Towns College, 305 LIE N Service Rd, Dix Hills. Callbacks will be held on Thurs, Aug 7.  Roles for 6 men, 5 women.  Rehearsals begin the week of Sept 8.  Performance dates are Sat: Oct 25 and Nov 1 (2pm & 8pm) and Sun: Oct 26 and Nov 2 (2pm).  For more Info, call 631-213-9832. Sides will be provided at the audition.  Characters are British except Dr. Bessner (Eastern European), Louise (French), Steward (a local) and McNaught (not specified). Cast Breakdown:    
Steward (any age) – Smiling and amiable; accommodates shipboard guests, a local
Helen ffoliot-ffoukes (55+) – Overbearing dowager, snobbish.
Christina Grant (25 to 35) – ffoukes’ niece; nice, sensible girl.
William Smith (30 to 40) – Sharp-witted and deceptive.
Louise (25 to 35) – Coquettish, French maid to Kay.
Dr. Bessner (45+) - Vacationing doctor with Eastern-European accent.
Kay Mostyn (25 to 35) – Wealthy and attractive; born to command.
Simon Mostyn (30 to 40) – Good-tempered and demonstrative.
Canon Ambrose Pennefather (50+) - Imposing middle-aged cleric.
Jacqueline de Severac (25 to 35) – Simon’s ex-fiancee.
McNaught (any) – The ship’s Manager.


The Minstrel Players of Northport auditions for roles in Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol on Mon, Aug 11 at 7:30PM. All parts open except for Mrs. Dilber and Scrooge. Need men, women, and children (ages 5 and up). Rehearsals will either be on Sun afternoons, Mon or Tues nights. Performances will be on Fri, Dec 12 and Sat, Dec 13 at 8PM and Sun, Dec 14 at 3PM, at Houghton Hall Theatre, Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Bring resume and headshot. For more info, 631-732-2926 or www.minstrelplayers.org.


Synergy Ensemble Theatre Company auditions for That Championship Season by Jason Miller on Aug 11 and 12; callbacks on Aug 13. Location TBD. Directed by Gene Durney. Performances will be in Islip on Oct 17–19 and 24–26; rehearsals will be held in Deer Park starting after Labor Day. Questions info@synergytheatre.org.
Synopsis: It is 1972. Four men meet once again in a western Pennsylvania town to celebrate the triumph that they shared 20 years earlier when they won the Pennsylvania State HS Championship. Gathering in the home of their “beloved” coach, they will embark on an alcohol-fueled journey to a past that seemed ideal but that no longer exists, if it ever did. They exhibit bias and intolerance that was a natural and seemingly normal way of thinking in the early 1950s. These traits were further inculcated and reinforced by the Coach, a mentor and guide to them as young men, who has maintained this position in their minds and hearts. All seem oblivious to the tectonic shifts in attitude and thinking that have occurred since that Championship Season of long ago; Viet Nam, the Civil Rights Movement, the turmoil and change undergone by the rest of America since their glorious high school triumph have not affected their thinking or changed their attitude one bit it seems. But more than this, the hollowness and emptiness of their own lives and their inability to question long-held “truths” and “traditions” have led them to a revelatory evening filled with remorse, betrayal and self-recognized hypocrisy that they will no longer be able to ignore.
Characters: (Coach is in his 60s. All other characters are in their late 30s.)
Coach: Crusty, self-assured manipulator, he sees himself as a hard-assed “molder of men.”
George: Mayor of the town, possessed of an ego that makes him incapable of recognizing the reality of his own tenuous situation. The fact that he is none too bright doesn’t help matters.
James: Middle-school principal who has come to the realization that playing by the rules and being the “responsible” brother and family man has gotten him nowhere… a condition that he plans to change.
Phil: Rich man of the group, he has flaunted his wealth and influence to control others in order to protect what he has and to get more.
Tom: Brother of James, he is an alcoholic who has stayed away from the reunion for three years and suddenly returned. He acts the part of a cynical but often comical Greek Chorus.
Martin: Missing member of the team who disappeared right after the Championship Season — never seen but much talked about.


SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge auditions for its MAIN STAGE production of Carrie the Musical on Mon, Aug 11 from 5-10pm  YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION 631-761-6602. Prepare 32 bars of a song from the production or of the same musical genre. Also come prepared to move/dance. Seeking Ages 16 - 40.  Rehearsals are Tues & Wed Eve and Sat afternoon. PERFORMANCES will be Oct 10 - 26 (Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm) (www.solunastudiony.com) ALL ROLES OPEN.


The Gilbert & Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera Co auditions WED, AUG 13 & 20, 7:30PM for upcoming Yiddish/English productions of PIRATES OF PENZANCE & MIKADO at JCC of W Hempstead, 711 Dogwood Ave, W Hempstead. NEEDED – LEADS AND CHORUS. Roles are multiply cast. Enjoy playing to enthusiastic audiences throughout LI & Metropolitan area. No need to speak or understand Yiddish. Rehearsals – Wed 7:30PM in Merrick. For further info contact Marty– 631-439-2913.  www.gsyiddish.com


BroadHollow Theatre Company auditions for SOUTH PACIFIC on Mon and Tues, Aug 25 & 26 at 7pm at the BayWay Arts Center, 265 E Main St, E Islip.  Performs Oct 11 - 26 at E Islip and Nov 1 - 16 in Elmont.  Must be available for both runs.  All roles are open.  Production to be directed by Joe Marshall.  Prepare 16 bars of classic show tune and bring headshot/resume.  You may also be asked to dance.


Ivy Lane Players is auditioning for Maxwell Anderson's The Bad Seed, adapted from the1954 novel by writer William March. Directed by Henry Brewer.  Audition Dates: Aug 25, 26, 28 from 7:30-10:30pm (outside doors will be locked at 9pm) at the Levittown Public Library, 1 Bluegrass La, Levittown (off Hempstead Tpke) in the Community Room, Room A/B.  Direct access is from the rear of the Library building. See Library webpage for directions. Performances:  Fri/Sat Evenings, Nov 14, 15, 21, 22.  Sun Matinees on Nov 16 & 23.  Call (516) 884-6025 if accommodations outside scheduled auditions are requested.
Character descriptions:  Show is being set in the post-WWII American South. Some characters will have to have Southern accents.
Hortense Daigle: A later-in-life mother for the times. Devastated from the loss of her only child, Claude, she has turned to the bottle to numb the pain.  A working woman (a hairdresser), around Christine Penmark, she is upset and confused and acutely aware of their differences in class and education.
Dwight Daigle: Hortense's husband.  Quiet, suffering just as much by Claude's death, he has to witness his wife's breaking down from the grief.  He remains strong for her and does not allow himself to grieve in public as his wife does.  Is apologetic for Hortense's all-encompassing grief and suffering. Is aware of her drinking and is both protective and embarrassed about it.
Miss Fern: Headmistress of the local exclusive private schoo.  A genteel spinster who, with her sister, runs the school with an iron fist in a velvet glove.  A deceptively steely character, who expects proper behavior from her charges and their parents and sees and comprehends far more than she cares to reveal.
Reginald Tasker: A crime writer with an encyclopedic knowledge of serial killers. Unmarried. Friend of Emory and Christine and an admirer of her father, journalist Richard Bravo.
Leroy Jessup: Breedlove's building's super. Monica's employee. Married with 3 children. A sullen, sly, embittered, cunning man who is not educated, but has an innate sense of what people really are.   Suspects Rhoda is not at all what she seems to be to everyone else and taunts her, creating great tension between them.
Monica Wages Breedlove: The Penmarks' on-site landlady. Garrulous, kindly, good-natured childless middle-aged divorcee who lives with her brother Emery.  She is a no-nonsense can-do type (Eve Arden type) who underwent analysis almost as a fad and is filled with lots of self-humor. Convinced of her own innate analytic ability to see beneath the surface.  She owns the house where the Penmark family are tenants and is an honorary "Aunt" to Rhoda, on whom she dotes.
Emory Wages: A confirmed bachelor who resides with his sister Monica in the same building as the Penmarks.  While Monica talks enough for the two of them, he can hold his own in a conversation and is not as interested in being the center of attention.  A quiet, thoughtful man who has little interest or need to become involved with Rhoda anywhere near to the extent that Monica does.
Rhoda Penmark: Christine's and Kenneth's daughter/ Richard Bravo's granddaughter. [Character is about 8 years old but a petite older child-actress (up to age 13) will be considered.]  Outwardly perfect, sweet and charming to her parents and "Aunt" Monica.  Is always polite and nicely dressed.  Is extremely bright and probably smarter than most of the adults around her, except for Miss Fern and Leroy.  She is calculating but with a child's inexperience.
Col. Kenneth Penmark: Christine's husband /Rhoda's father / Richard Bravo's son-in-law. Straight-arrow military man used to being called away from home on a moment's notice, he misses his beloved wife and "perfect" daughter.
Christine Bravo Penmark: Kenneth's wife/Richard Bravo's daughter/ Rhoda's mother. A gracious, loving wife and mother who suspects her own past is not what her father has let her believe and is torn and devastated when she confirms the truth about Rhoda and her own history.
Richard Bravo: Christine's widowed father/Rhoda's grandfather/Kenneth's father-in-law. Previously a well-known crime writer, then a war correspondent, now a newspaperman. Crusty, irascible but kind-hearted.  Deeply loving and devoted to Christine and to Rhoda.  
Messenger and Radio Announcer: two roles defined by the requirements of these occupations.


Playcrafters auditions for How The Other Half Loves at 7PM on Tues and Wed, Aug 26 and 27, with callbacks on Thurs, Aug 28 at the Boys & Girls Club of Bellport, 471 Atlantic Ave., Bellport. Production dates are Nov 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16.  The play is a comedy and centers on the infidelities of two of the main players whose lives become hilariously intertwined in a comic frenzy. There are 6 characters: a couple in their 50's, well-to-do; a couple in their late 30's, middle class; and a couple also in their 30's, up and coming. Directed by Jim Parise.


James Street Players, 21 James St, Babylon Village, auditions for SCROOGE THE MUSICAL on Sun, Sept 7 at 2pm. Rehearsals: Sun 2-5pm, Mon & Wed 7:30-10pm. The parts of Scrooge & Bob Cratchit are cast. All other parts open. For more info contact Deborah Cascio Plezia at theatrix9@aol.com
Directed by Deborah Cascio Plezia
PERFORMANCES:
Fri Nov 21, Sat Nov 22 at 8pm
Sun Nov 23 at 3pm
Tues Nov 25 at 8 pm
Fri Nov 28, Sat Nov 29 at 8pm
Sun Nov 30 at 3pm


SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) auditions for its Main Stage production of AVENUE Q on Sat, Sept 13 from 11am-3pm OR Sun, Sept 14 from 6-9pm.  YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION 631-761-6602. Prepare 32 bars of a song from Avenue Q or the same musical genre.  Seeking Ages 16-40.  Rehearsals are Mon & Thurs eve and some Sat afternoons. PERFORMANCES will be Jan 9-25 (Fri/Sat at 8pm and Sun at 3pm) - (www.solunastudiony.com) ALL ROLES OPEN


CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for PETER PAN On Mon and Tues, Sept 15 and 16 at  6PM for Children and 7:30PM for Adults. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810.  Director Patrick Grossman / Music Director Matt Surico / Stage Mgr Amanda Wenchel
Roles:
Wendy 10 – 16 lead
Peter Pan  Previously cast
Captain Hook 30 – 50    lead
John 8 – 15 supporting
Michael 5 – 12 supporting
Mr. Darling 35 – 45 supporting
Mrs. Darling 35 – 45 supporting
Nana 8 – 18 supporting
Smee 20 – 40 supporting
Tiger Lily 10 – 16 supporting
Slightly Soiled male 5 – 15 cameo
Tootles male 5 – 15 cameo
Nibs  male 5 – 15 cameo
First Twin male 5 – 15 cameo
Second Twin male 5 – 15 cameo
Bill Jukes 18 – 40 cameo
Gentleman Starkley cameo
Mullins male cameo
Cecco male cameo
Noodler male cameo
Cookson male cameo
Skylights male cameo
Panter male 12 – 21 cameo
Crocodile 6 – 18 cameo
Fairies, Birds, Animals, Indian Braves, Mermaids chorus
Peter Pan tells the story of a mischievous little boy who refuses to grow up. Peter spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as leader of his gang, the Lost Boys. The show's adventures begin when Peter teaches Wendy and her brothers how to fly and invites them to come with him to Never-Never-Land.


THEATRE THREE, 412 Main Street, Port Jeff auditions YOUNG PEOPLE’S AUDITIONS FOR Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL on Tues, Sept 23 at 7pm.  Readings are provided [sides can be downloaded at the theatre’s website].  A Christmas carol “Christmas Is Coming”) will be taught.  Performances Nov 15 – Dec 27. We will be double casting nine roles (for a total of eighteen young people).  Rehearsals begin late Sept and are weeknights (beginning at 7pm) and weekend mornings and/or afternoons.  Young people must appear in half of the performances, including the student matinees.   Director:Jeffrey Sanzel.  Musical Director:Ellen Michemore.  Stage Manager:Peter Casdia  Call (631) 928-9202 or visit http://www.theatrethree.com/jcd_site/auditions.html for further info.


CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for BRING IT ON The Musical on Mon and Tues, Oct 20 and 21 at 7:30PM. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810.  Director, Patrick Grossman / Music Director, John Farrel / Choreographer, Patrick Grossman / Stage Mgr, Karen Tese. Roles:
Campbell – Female 18-30 Caucasian
Danielle – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Randall – Male 18-30 All Ethnicities
Eva – Female 18-30  Caucasian
Bridget – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Nautica – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
La Cienega – Males & Females 18-30 All Ethnicities
Cameron – Male 18-30 African American, Hispanic
Steven – Male 18 - 30 Caucasian
Kylar – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Skylar – Female 18 -30 Caucasian
Twig – Male 18-30 All Ethnicities
Dancers/cheerleaders - Male and Female  18 - 30  All Ethnicities
Two squads. Two schools. One mission: claim the title at the National Cheerleading Championships. The high-stakes world of competitive cheerleading meets the cutthroat rivalries of high school politics and romance in this bold and explosive new musical comedy. How do you learn to be true to your team and to yourself? Sometimes it's got to get ugly before it gets pretty. Game on!


CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING on Mon and Tues, Dec 15 and 16 at 8pm. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810.  Director Danny Amy / Music Director Matt Surico / Choreographer Jen Amy / Stage Mgr Barbara Tiernan. Roles:
J. Pierrepont Finch tenor 18 – 30 lead
Rosemary mezzo 18 – 30 lead
J.B. Biggley baritone 50 – 70 supporting
Smitty mezzo 25 – 35 supporting
Frump baritone 18 – 30 supporting
Miss Jones soprano 45 – 75 supporting
Mr. Twimble  baritone 50 – 80 supporting
Hedy LaRue mezzo 21 – 35 supporting
Gatch  spoken 30 – 60 cameo
Bratt baritone 30 – 50 cameo
Miss Krumholtz mezzo 30 – 65 cameo
Ovington spoken 35 – 65 cameo
Wally Womper baritone 55 – 90 cameo
Executives & Secretaries 19 – 70 chorus
The hero is a window washer named J. Pierrepont Finch. After Finch happens upon a book entitled 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying', he decides to begin his rise up the corporate ladder. Following the instructions of the book, Finch lands a job in the mailroom at the World Wide Wicket Company. With the help of his handy book, Finch quickly gains promotions and outsmarts his rival, Frump - who also happens to be the boss's nephew. Finch then gains the love of Rosemary, a secretary at the company. In the end, however, after Finch's ad campaign goes awry, the book can no longer help him. He is forced to rely on his own wits overcome the odds!


♫♪♫♪ ONGOING/UNDATED CAST CALLS ♫♪♫♪
(starting with the most recently received)


Two Tickets To Paradise, the Eddie Money biographical musical, will be returning to LI early 2015. Casting a young Eddie (21-24, STRONG vocals), a mother (late 40's-early 50's, strong vocals), father (burly, solid vocals a plus but not a necessity) and 3 long-haired musician types. Initial showcases on LI then regional tour to follow. $$ pay. Send headshot and resume to 2T2P c/o MCAP Theatre, PO Box, 1001, Bellmore, NY 11710.


Theatre Time Productions is seeking 5 men (ages 20's-60's) and 3 women (ages 30's-50's) for their Fall production of the suspense thriller Night WatchTo schedule an immediate audition, call 347-358-8102.  Performances at The Colonial Church of Bayside Oct 18, 19, 24, 25, 26. *the part of Elaine Wheeler has been already cast*


Royal Family Productions is looking for female actors but males are welcome as well. Director Yaw Agyapong releases short films and web series on YouTube and is working on a film that he hopes to get on Netflix. www.youtube.com/utopianc  Contact info: Www.Agyapongteddy@yahoo.com or 631-647-0397. No pay, but a chance to build a resume.


BroadHollow Theatre is looking for an actor 25 to 30 to play Tripp in Other Desert Cities in Elmont Sept 27 - Oct 12. If interested, email a headshot and resume to bhtgroupsales@aol.com.


BroadHollow Theatre Company is accepting submissions for the play I'll Be Back Before Midnight to be performed Sept 13 - 28 at the E Islip location only.  Rehearsals will start early Aug.  Casting the roles of Laura (strikingly attractive female in her 30's) and Greg (early 30's, intellectual and handsome)Submit headshot and resume to Glen at theatre991@aol.com


WMHO Education and Cultural Center in Stony Brook is casting for two new original productions:
The Spy Next Door: actors needed for a dramatic one-act play based on the adventures of the George Washington Spy Ring and their involvement here on LI. (See AMC’s hit series TURN! for inspiration.)
Also:
WMHO 12th Annual Holiday Musical Comedy Production Seeking—Actors/Actresses. Singing/comedy skills a must. Non-Union paid positions.
WMHO Auditions by appt at WMHO Education & Cultural Center, 111 Main St, Stony Brook 11790.
www.wmho.org For appt email headshot & résumé to auditionny@gmail.com SUBJECT: Audition


Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks multitalented actors with weekday availability for their 2014-15 arts in education series featuring The Littlest Witch, Pinkalicious, Frosty the Snowman, Scrooge, Charlotte’s Web, The Wizard of Oz, and A Year with Frog and ToadPer performance stipend offered. For an audition appt, call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail www.plazatheatrical.com.


Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts' Live in the Lobby Series' is now casting by appt for Welcome Home/Bienvenido a casa. Seeking bilingual male singer/actor who can perform in Spanish and English. Flexible schedule for a play development workshop this summer in Patchogue. All roles are paid.  Beckerman, the "musical language guy" of Berlitz Publishing (Rush Hour Spanish, French, Italian, German, Inglés) and Executive Director of Language and Media for Yale University Press (Encounters Chinese Language and Culture) will preview this new version of his interactive language learning musical comedy on Sept 17 at 7:30pm. For more info or to schedule an audition, contact Howard Beckerman at (631) 675-0565 howard@worldwidevoices.org. Howard is Producing Artistic Director of The New Musicals Project, a cooperative venture between The Patchogue Theatre and Worldwide Voices, both not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations.


♫♪♫♪ DiIRECTORS, MUSICIANS,TECHNICIANS, PLAYWRIGHTS ♫♪♫♪
♫♪♫♪ & OTHER INDUSTRY RELATED EMPLOYMENT ♫♪♫♪


BroadHollow Theatre Company seeks a Costume Maker/Designer responsible for designing, making, renovating, altering and repairing theatrical costumes for our various venues.  The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of two years experience or tech school/degree in costume design.  Must be extremely organized and a self starter capable of working under tight deadlines and changing priorities.  Salary involvedSend resume to roneillbht@aol.com


John W Engeman Theater in Northport is seeking a permanent, part-time customer service employee for the Box Office. (Seasonal applicants need not apply) Applicant should be reliable and able to multi-task. Excellent phone skills, computer knowledge and the ability to work with others in a fast paced environment is essential. The shift hours are as follows: Thurs, Fri and Sat 5-11pm, however flexibility is a plus.  Email resume to pmolloy@engemantheater.com. No phone calls.


Lyrical Children Inc. is expanding its Music Together teaching staff.  Singers, musicians, and/or dancers needed to teach Music Together classes for parents and children, birth to age five. State certification not required. International, research-based program includes a rich variety of movement activities, singing, chanting, and instrumental jam sessions.  Audition, short training, and internship are required. (…also a love of young children, a good sense of humor, and the ability to be silly!)  Paid training for qualified apprentice.  Why should we involve babies and toddlers in music making? Because it’s every person’s birthright to develop his or her musical potential – and it’s fun.  Lyrical Children Inc. offers Music Together in locations from Setauket to Mattituck.  Class schedule is part time - held daytime, afternoon, evening and weekends.  Flexible schedule possible to coordinate with other work.  Send your resume to lyricalchildren@optonline.net or call 208-4003.  www.lyricalchildrenmusic.com


Looking for staff to work for Take A Bow, an after-school musical program in Plainview. We are looking for DANCE and VOICE teachers to start in Sept. Add'l info on our program and class schedule can be found on our website: takeabowplayhouse.com. Applicants must be ready to work in a non-competitive, fun-filled environment, come to each class with a smile, responsible and love working with children.  Send resume to: apines@takeabowplayhouse.com


CM Performing Arts Center is looking for a Lighting Designer. This position can be per show or resident designer. This is a paid position. Submit all inquiries/resumes to Danny@cmpac.com.


Looking for a Music Director for a Sept show (12, 13 & 14). Rehearsals will start weekly at the end of July through the last week in Aug. There will be a pre-tech week (1st week in Sept) and a full tech week (2nd week of Sept). Rehearsals will be in Freeport. THIS IS A PAID POSITION.
Contact ader.jess@gmail.com.


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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