♫♪♫♪ EMERGENCY CALLS ♫♪♫♪
Oceanside Script-in-Hand Series seeking a middle-aged male actor to play a Walt Disney-like character for a staged reading on Oct 21 of Bruce Graham's Something Intangible. There will be one weekly rehearsal from Mid- Sept to performance date. The play explores the period in Walt Disney's career when he wanted to create more serious full-length animated films and came up with the idea for Fantasia. If interested, contact the director, Debbie Starker at firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP.
BAYSWATER PLAYERS looking for male lead and supporting roles for their fall main stage production of INTO THE WOODS:
MYSTERIOUS MAN: Male/Supporting/Baritone/50+
STEWARD: Male/Featured/Spoken/any age
THE WOLF: Male/Featured/Baritone/any age
Others are encouraged to audition. Bring a headshot, resume and prepare 32 bars to sing with sheet music. Call Michael at 718-208-9687 to make an appt. Bayswater Jewish Center, 2355 Healy Ave, Far Rockaway 11691. Performances: Nov & Dec with rehearsals beginning in Sept. For add'l info, email Bayswaterplayers@gmail.com.
Shining Studios (Port Washington) is seeking a reliable musical director for our upcoming season of children's productions. Must be available Wed and Thurs eve and have transportation. Looking to fill position as soon as possible. Pay comensurate with experience. Experience working with children ages 9-16 requested. Interested parties should forward resume to ShiningStudiosLI@gmail.com.
Casting for feature film Anybody Home, a comedic tale about the challenges one upper-middle class couple encounter when trying to sell their upscale suburban home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver are in the process of selling their house when Mr. Oliver’s law firm goes bankrupt. Hoping he can quickly rectify his financial situation, Mr. Oliver does not tell his wife and pretends all is well at the office. In an attempt to earn some extra income, he posts an online ad encouraging renters to lease rooms in his house on a short term basis. Much to Mrs. Oliver’s surprise, renters start showing up at the house — each one more eccentric and animated than the next. While balancing the personalities of their stuffy buyers and quirky renters, the Oliver’s begin to discover the difference between the price of a house and the true value of a home.
FEMALE, 40-60: An old-school real estate agent. Blonde or brunette.
MALE, 50-70: A bourgeois man with a high opinion of himself & his red wine taste.
FEMALE, 40-60: A bourgeois female with a superficial aura that is quite charming.
DATES: Sept 27, 29
Contact Alex Cherney, director, at 516.769.8135 or email@example.com
New Web Series ZOMBIE LAND LONG ISLAND (It's not what you think)
Tina ~ receptionist, mid to late twenties, sexy, very pretty, ditsy at times, emotions at her finger tips possible recurring role.
Donna ~ Michael's wife 30's. 40s, buxom sexy, hot, street hardness, bitch gets her way, suspicious, recurring role
Cheryl ~ office manager, late to mid 40's. Blonde buxom little heavy in all the right places, strong, manipulative, earth mother. Possible recurring
Mauricio ~ Big Burley teddy bear heavy, has Hispanic accent
Series shot/rehearsed in Smithtown ~ salary ~ train travel paid ~ meals provided ~ Non Union
Send resume/ headshot / references immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for innovative ideas, people with a sense of wonder and a yearning to learn.
Questions Welcomed. Looking forward to creating an award-winning team.
Music Director Wanted by Temple B’nai Torah’s Jr. Players for a fundraising performance. Childrens cast ranges from 10 - 17 years old. We are looking for an individual who can teach the music to the cast. Accompanying the cast on the piano is preferred. Auditions are scheduled for Sept 11, 12 & 15 with performances on Sat, Dec 10 & 17 at 7:30pm and Sun, Dec 11 & 18 at 4:30pm. Salary - TBD. Contact Louise 516-521-4505.
Rehearsal schedule: Sun: 12:30 - 3pm / Tues: 7 - 9pm / Thurs: 7 - 9pm
Tech week schedule: Sun, Dec 4 12:30 - 5pm /Mon, Dec 5 6:30 – 9pm / Tues, Dec 6 6:30 - 9pm / Wed, Dec 7 6:30 - 9pm
Brush up rehearsal: Tues, Dec 13 7 - 9pm
EastLine Productions is seeking to cast the role of Oscar Rolfe in Judgement at Nuremberg - mid 20s to early 30s, must be able to do a German accent. One of the 3 leads - character is a brilliant young lawyer whose studies and practice of law were derailed by the war - he sees the Nuremberg judges and prosecutors as hypocrites who sit in judgement on one of his idols and mentors only because they won the war. Show dates are Nov 11-13, 18-20. First rehearsal is the week of Sept 12. Call 516-749-5047 or email email@example.com
FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance seeks Dance Teacher ASAP for upcoming show. Must have at least 2 years dance teacher experience in a dance school, must be able to teach all elements of dance, must be good with kids, teens, adults. Must be dependable, and must able to start right away. Must be available Mon-Wed from 4-8pm and Sat from 10am -1pm. Have classes already in place you can teach. Pay is between $15-$30 based on experience. Call us at 516-225-1088 or email us with your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
EastLine Productions seeks actor for the following role in The Philadelphia Story:
George Kitteredge, thirty-two, Tracy’s Lord's fiancé, a good prospect in theory but possibly not in practice
Rehearsals in progress. Show dates: Sept 16, 17, 23, 24 at 8pm, Sept 18 and 25 at 2:30pm.
Reply to 516-749-5047or email@example.com.
North Fork Community Theatre is looking to fill the following roles in First Date:
Man #1 (Jewish Chorus / Gabe / Youtube / Edgy British Guy) – Male, Should look 25–40 years old, any ethnicity, Baritenor range. GABE is the mega dude/womanizer and Aaron’s best friend since childhood. He has every answer to every question about women that has ever been asked and probably has a catchphrase to go with that answer. EDGY BRITISH GUY is a bad boy from Casey’s past – cocky and neglectful.
Man #2 (Reggie / Aaron’s Future Son / Instagram / Edgy Rocker Guy) – Male, Look 20’s -30’s, any ethnicity, Tenor. REGGIE is Casey’s fabulously fierce gay and over-imaginative best friend that is easily sent into a tailspin of jealousy, paranoia, and drama. EDGY ROCKER GUY is a bad boy from Casey’s past – cocky and neglectful.
First Date runs Oct 13 – 30 (Thurs – Sun). Contact Chris Fretto (631-882-6065 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mary Motto Kalich (917-334-6639 or email@example.com) for more info.
♫♪♫♪ DATED CAST CALLS ♫♪♫♪
(in some semblance of chronological order followed by ongoing recruitment/undated calls & technical opportunities)
Long Island Choral Society auditions singers for the 2016-17 season on Mon, Aug 29 or Sept 12, 19 and 26 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 40 W. Nicholai St, Hicksville at South Side Middle School, Rockville Centre. Call 516-580-1777 for an appt.
Township Theatre Group auditions for Calendar Girls, written by Tim Firth and directed by Stacey Portmore-Davies on Tues and Wed, Aug 30 and 31 from 7:30-9PM at Five Towns College, 305 N Service Rd, Dix Hills (off of Burrs La and Exit 50 on the LIE). The show is based on a true story and adapted from the hit film starring Helen Mirren. The cast includes 4 male and 9 female roles. Performances will be at Temple Beth El in Huntington starting Oct 22. For more info, call 631-213-9832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Shore Theatre Experience, 315 W Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst auditions for Romance, Romance on Tues, Aug 30 from 7 - 9pm. Prepare 16 bars. Show dates: Nov 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 18 & 19 (must be available ALL dates) ~ For more info - 631-669-0506 or email Deborah@SouthShoreTheatre.com
Broadhollow Theatre Company is auditioning on Tues, Aug 30 @ 7pm for a group versatile performers for its upcoming Children's Theatre season. Director is seeking energetic performers of all ages (yes, youth performers too!) for the following productions: The Jungle Book, Christmas Special Elf, Jr., Peter Pan Jr. and Cinderella. These productions will be performed at both Broadhollow Theatre locations, Elmont Public Library & Bayway Performing Arts Center. ALL ROLES OPEN. STIPEND provided for Performers 16+. Come Prepared with a 16-32 bar song you are comfortable singing a cappella and a brief comedic monologue (1 min). *Although we prefer you show up to the physical audition. If you are still interested and cannot make the above date, you are welcome to submit a video audition to director Jes Almeida at Theartistsengine@yahoo.com. (Preference made for those who show up to the physical audition.) Most immediately seeking actors/singers for The Jungle Book:
Baloo (The Bear), late 20's-50's, Male. A Laid-Back Jazzy bear with a good heart who wants to raise and protect Mowgli in the Jungle.
Bagheera (The Panther), 20's-30's. Male or Female, Mowgli's protector, intent on keeping him safe by bringing him to the man village.Mowgli (The Man Cub), Child/Youth 8-16. Raised by wolves & being protected by Bagheera, Mowgli is a spunky child intent upon remaining in the forest where he grew up instead of going to the man village where he will be safe from Sher Kahn.
Sher Khan (The Tiger), Male. Late 20's-50's. Sher Kahn is bent on finding and killing Mowgli. He is an intelligent villain who dislikes humans because of their fire and guns, he views them as a threat.
Ka, (The Snake) Male or Female. 20's-30's. Ka's only goal is to deceive Mowgli and have him as his or her next meal.
King Louie: (The Orangutan, 20's-50's) Male. Another Jazzy character kidnaps Mowgli in an attempt to learn the secrets of making human fire for his temple.
Ensemble/Puppeteers: The ensemble will also take on several other characters with solos such as the Vultures, King Louie's monkeys, Colonel Hathi & his elephant troupe/baby elephant. In need of imaginative actors & singers who can move well.
Ivy Lane Players hold an open cast call for Agatha Christie's The Hollow at the Levittown Public Library Community Room (ground floor) at 1 Blue Grass La, Levittown on Aug 30 & 31 from 7-10PM. All roles are open. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Callbacks (if necessary) will be on Fri, Sept 2 from 8pm-9:45pm. Show dates: Fri, Oct 28 & Nov 4; Sat, Oct 29 & Nov 5; Sun matinees Oct 30 & Nov 6. For info about ILP, see the website: Ivy Lane Players | Long Island Theatre GroupIvy Lane Players | Theatre Group
Sophisticated Lions Entertainment auditions for male roles (Benny, Collins, Angel) in Rent on Wed, Aug 31 from 5-8pm at the LI Puppet Theater, 10 Heitz Pl, Hicksville (next to LIRR station). Bring track or be prepared to sing a cappella. Rehearsals start after Labor Day & show runs weekends of Nov 11 & 18th. $200 production fee for leads, $100 for ensemble. Must be 18+. Email email@example.com with any questions.
St. Hugh Productions, Parish Center, 1450 NY Ave, Huntington Station, auditions for Scrooge on Sept 1 & 7 @ 7:30PM - Adults/Teens only; Sept 12 @ 7PM - Children ages 6 - 12. This is a crowd favorite with many parts for all ages. Performances: Sat, Nov 12 & 19 @ 7:30PM; Sun, Nov 13 & 20 @ 2PM. Any questions- please call Thomas DePalo at 516-991-7061
John W. Engeman Theater at Northport holds open local auditions for its upcoming production of Mary Poppins on Sat, Sept 3 - Engeman Theatre, 250 Main St, Northport – Studio 1. 10AM – Sign Up / 10:30AM – Audition Begins. Julian Felloes, book; Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, music and lyrics; George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, new songs and additional music and lyrics; Richard Dolce, Producing Artistic Director; Drew Humphrey, Director and Choreographer; Dena DiGiacinto, Associate Choreographer; Musical Director, TBD; Vic DiMonda, Associate Producing Director; Wojcik/Seay Casting, Casting Office. Rehearsal in NYC: 10/28/16; Open: 11/17/16; Close: 1/1/17. All actors attending the Local Calls should prepare to sing 16 bars of music in the style of/from the show. Bring sheet music in the key in which you would like to sing, an accompanist will be provided. Have your full book if asked for another selection. Bring dance clothes/shoes if asked to stay and dance. Bring Tap Shoes if you Tap Dance. Union and non-Union actors will be seen. The producer will run all aspects of this audition and will be actively casting from these calls so attendance is highly recommended. If unable to attend, send a headshot and resume Wojcik/Seay Casting at firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn: Mary Poppins.
MARY POPPINS - Female 30-40 yrs old. Range: Gb3 - C6. Jane and Michael Banks's new nanny. She is extraordinary and strange, neat and tidy, delightfully vain yet very particular, and sometimes a little frightening but always exciting. She is practically perfect in every way and always means what she says. She should be able to move well.
BERT - Male 30-39 yrs old. Range: B2 - F#4. Narrator of the story and a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert has many occupations, including hurdy-gurdy player, sidewalk artist, and chimney sweep. Bert watches over the children as well as the goings on in Cherry Tree Lane. He has charm, speaks with a Cockney accent, and is a song-and-dance-man.
GEORGE BANKS - Male 40-45 yrs old. Range: Bb2 - Eb4. Father to Jane and Michael Banks. He is a banker to the very fiber of his being. Demanding "precision and order" in his household, he is a pipe-and-slippers man who doesn't have much to do with his children and believes that he had the perfect upbringing by his nanny, the cruel Miss Andrew. His emotional armor, however, conceals a sensitive soul.
WINIFRED BANKS - Female 30-40 yrs old. Range: A3 - D5. George's wife and Jane and Michael's mother. A former actress, she is a loving and distracted homemaker who is busy trying to live up to her husband's desire to only associate with "the best people" as well as be a model wife and mother. She suffers from the conflicting feelings that she's not up to the job of "being Mrs. Banks," yet, she is, and more. She has a great warmth and simplicity to her tone.
MRS. BRILL - Female 50-60 yrs old. Range: F#3 - D#5. Housekeeper and cook for the Banks family. Overworked and harassed, she's always complaining that the house is understaffed. Her intimidating exterior is a cover for the warmth underneath. Mrs. Brill doesn't have a high opinion of nannies in general and Mary Poppins in particular.
ROBERTSON AY - Male 20-30 yrs old. Range: F3 - G#4. Houseboy to the Banks family. Lazy, sleepy, and grumbling, he never gets things right and believes himself to be useless.
BIRD WOMAN - Female 50-60 yrs old. Range: Gb3 - C5. Covered in a patchwork of old shawls, her pockets are stuffed with bags of crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell her crumbs for the birds to passersby, who ignore her as if she doesn't exist. She has a gruff, folksy quality to her voice that reflects the hardness of her life.
MISS ANDREW - Female 40-60 yrs old. Range: Gb3 - F5. George's overbearing and scary nanny. With her bottle of nasty-tasting brimstone and treacle to keep naughty children in line, she is a bully who only knows one way of doing things - her way.
MRS. CORRY - Female 40-50 yrs old. Owns a magical gingerbread shop. She is a mysterious woman of great age who speaks with a Caribbean accent.
ADMIRAL BOOM - Male 50-60 yrs old. A retired Royal Navy man and neighbor of the Banks family. A physically large man with a loud and booming voice, he speaks in Navy jargon and has a soft spot for his neighbor, Miss Lark.
MISS LARK - Female 30-40 yrs old. The haughty next-door neighbor of the Banks family who treats her dog, Willoughby, as if he were her child.
PARK KEEPER - Male 40-60 yrs old. Uniformed and officious, he makes sure no one breaks park regulations. His life is defined by rules, but he secretly hankers after his childhood.
POLICEMAN - Male 30-50 yrs old. A neighborhood fixture who is respected by and observant of the households on his beat.
NELEUS - Male 16-20 yrs old. Statue of a young boy posed with a dolphin in the park. Neleus was separated from his father, Poseidon, and misses him very much.
JOHN NORTHBROOK - Male 30-50 yrs old. An honest businessman seeking a loan to build a factory for his community. He speaks with an accent from Northern England.
VON HUSSLER - Male 30-50 yrs old. A businessman seeking a loan from the bank for a shady business deal. He speaks with a German accent.
BANK CHAIRMAN - Male 50-60 yrs old. Range: C3 - D4. Head of the bank where Mr. Banks is employed. He is an Edwardian stuffed-shirt.
KATIE NANNA - Female 20-30 yrs old. Range: Gb3 - C6. Jane and Michael's nanny at the beginning of the show. Overwhelmed and upset, she has absolutely had her fill of the Banks children.
MISS SMYTHE - Female 40-50 yrs old. The Bank Chairman's humorless secretary.
QUEEN VICTORIA - Female 40-60 yrs old. A statue in the park.
ENSEMBLE Singing-dancing ensemble consisting of Annie, Fannie, Valentine, Teddy Bear, Mr. Punch, Doll, Chimney Sweeps, Toys and Park-goers. Tap experience is a plus!
SMITHTOWN CENTER for the PERFORMING ARTS, 2 E Main St, Smithtown hold auditions for the LI Professional Premiere of Peter and the Starcatcher on Sat, Sept 3 from 10am–2pm at the theatre. Performances: Jan 14 – Feb 25; Thurs – Sun. Thurs Matinee on Jan 26. Rehearsals will begin in late Nov and will be on Mon, Tues and Wed eve and Sat and Sun days or evenings. All parts open. Stipends available to actors 16 and up. For further info, email email@example.com. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE. Prepare a small monologue 1-2 minutes in length that shows your versatility. You DO NOT need to memorize the monologue although it is recommended. Bring headshot and resume. Callbacks will be held directly following the initial call – you will be asked to stay and we will provide sides for you to study. We are looking to cast 1 woman and 11 men. Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle. Peter and the Starcatcher upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan comes to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan). From marauding pirates and jungle tyrants to unwilling comrades and unlikely heroes, Peter and the Starcatcher playfully explores the depths of greed and despair...and the bonds of friendship, duty and love. It is an extremely physical chamber theatre production. 12 actors portray more than 100 different characters as well as walls, sails, trees, doors and other inanimate objects. You must be able to move freely and flexibly to be a part of this production as well as have the ability to portray a variety of characters from female to male to child to adult and in between.
Boy (Peter): A boy who doesn’t miss much. Nameless, homeless, and friendless at the beginning of the play and a hero by the end. A survivor. More than anything in the world, he wants a home and a family, If he could grow up, he’d fall for Molly in a big way. But it’ll never happen.
Prentiss: Ambitious, hyper-articulate, logical; yearns to be a leader, even as he knows in his heart that he never shall be one. A bit of a blowhard with just the teeny-tiniest touch of cowardice.
Ted: Obsessed with food: the eating of, the fighting over, the dreaming about. A natural actor, an easy wit, perhaps a future poet. Called “Tubby” by Prentiss, though not due to girth, of which orphans, given their meager diets, have very little indeed.
THE BRITISH SUBJECTS
Lord Leonard Aster: The very model of a Victorian English gentleman, loyal subject to the Queen, devoted father, faithful friend. Also, and not irrelevant to our story, Lord Aster is a Starcatcher – dedicated to protecting the Earth and all who dwell thereon from the awesome power of starstuff.
Molly Aster: A true leader at a time when girls are mostly followers. Will risk everything for the sake of Doing Right. Curious, intelligent, beginning to feel things she doesn’t yet understand – romantic longings that revert to childish tantrums under pressure – because, after all, she’s a thirteen-year-old kid. She’ll be a great woman one day.
Mrs. Bumbrake: Molly’s nanny. British to the bone. Still has enough of her girlish charm to turn a sailor’s head and leaven his dreams. Stiff in the lip, loose in the hip, fun on a ship.
Captain Robert Falcon Scott: Captain of Britain’s fastest frigate, the Wasp. Years later, he will lead an expeditionary team to the South Pole, freeze to death, and become the iconic British hero, Scott of the Antarctic.
Grempkin: The mean and malodorous schoolmaster of St. Norbert’s Orphanage for Lost Boys. Likes to keep his boys in the dark, as sunlight is known to feed rebellious notions, and on account of the preference in certain quarters for lads that are white and pasty.
Bill Slank: The Neverland’s vicious captain, without the skill or quality to lead anyone but himself, and always into disaster. A greedy bastard who’d sell his own mother for a ship to command and send boys to their doom for the favor of those who would use starstuff for personal gain, global domination, or worse. An orphan, too.
Alf: An old sea dog. Something about him appeals to the feminine sensibility – might be his bowlegs, his saucy gait, or his kind heart.
Mack: A very bad sailor who wants to be anywhere but under the thumb of Bill Slank.
Black Stache: Long after everyone else got out of the pirate business, Black Stache continues to terrorize the seven seas in search of a hero worthy of his villainy. Famous for his face foliage, he started shaving at age ten, had a bushy handlebar by eleven, and the blood of twenty crews on his hands by twelve. Heartless and hirsute, suspiciously well-read, partial to the poetical and theatrical, and given to a ferocity from which no good shall ever spring.
Smee: First mate to Black Stache. Single-mindedly dedicated to his captain’s every whim. His motto: “’Tis good to be busy.”
Sanchez: A hardworking Spanish pirate with an identity crisis.
Fighting Prawn: King of the Mollusks, son of Jumbo Prawn and Littleneck Clam. Kidnapped by British sailors and brought in chains to England, he served as sous-chef in a country estate in Derbyshire, where, for no good reason, he learned Italian wines and mastered Italian cuisine. Since returning to his island kingdom, he vengefully murders any English with the temerity to land on his Mollusk Isle domain.
Hawking Clam: Son of Fighting Prawn and Sweet’n’Sour Shrimp. One day, he will ascend the Clam throne as head of the Royal Clam Clan.
Teacher: Formerly a salmon, now an ancient, knowledgeable mermaid.
Herricks Community Players auditions for THE MIRACLE WORKER by William Gibson on Tues, Sept 6 and Wed, Sept 7 @ 7:30pm. Call Backs on Wed, Sept 8 @ 7:30pm at the Herricks Community Center, 999 Herricks Rd, New Hyde Park 11040. Directed by John Hayes. Show dates are Oct 21, 22, 28, 29 @ 8pm and Sun, Oct 23 & 30 @ 3pm. For further info, call 516 526-3274
ISLAND PARK THEATRE GROUP, IN CONJUNCTION WITH ISLAND PARK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECREATION DEPT, auditions for THE LITTLE MERMAID on SEPT 6 AND 7 from 6:30-9PM. BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE. BRING SHEET MUSIC. AN ACCOMPANIST AND CD PLAYER WILL BE AVAILABLE. PERFORMANCES: NOV 4, 5, 6.
PRESIDENT JOHN CESTARO / PRODUCED BY DANA FEMINELLA AND MARTI RENOUD-DiPAOLA
DIRECTED BY ANDREW UPBIN / MUSICAL DIRECTION BY RENEE SOCCI / CHOREOGRAPHY BY MONICA GERAND
LINCOLN ORENS MIDDLE SCHOOL, 150 TRAFALGAR BLVD, ISLAND PARK 11558.
FOR ADD'L INFO CALL 516-554-6859
The Tiny Mustache, an original musical in workshop process, based on and inspired by actual events which occurred at the Nazi propaganda camp Terezin in 1944, about the youth who performed in and part of the opera company performing Brundibar. Book by Steven Fialkoff, Music & Lyrics by Eliot Bailen, Directed by Rick Grossman. Auditions: Wed, 9/7 10am-5pm (sign up at 9:45am) Lunch 1-2pm Pearl Studios 500 8th Ave. NYC Rm. 1211 Call backs: 9/14 10am-3pm
Prepare 16-32 measures of a contemporary musical theatre piece. An accompanist will be provided-no transposing. Bring head shot/resume. Rehearsals: Begin 10/5-- 2 week days from 12-4 in NYC Tech & Workshop Performance:11/9 at the 750 seat Peter Jay Sharp Theatre @ Symphony Space (Broadway & 95th St) Non Equity $300 Stipend ALL ROLES OPEN
For more info about the workshop and its history, go to website----www.tinymustache.com
BREAKDOWN: Actors for roles of age ranges 16-18 should be 18-early 20's who are age appropriate for role. No accents required. All ethnicities encouraged to attend.
Katz: 45-60 The Jewish director of the co. A father figure who has endured suffering and heartbreak. Comic timing a +. Baritone
Schaeffer: 17 Jewish young man who is a romantic and a dreamer. Baritenor
Sara: 16. Jewish girl with self confidence and courage. Soprano
Hans: 17. A Danish-Czech Jew. Not very confident - has tantrums at times. Some comic timing needed. Tenor
Helen: 16. A non typical Jewish girl. Confident and sassy, yet vulnerable. Mezzo
Abby: 17-18 Tries to maintain a positive outlook in a world crumbling around her. Close w/Katz. Alto
Franz: 40-60. Czech/Nazi supervisor of the theater and activities at Terezin. Torn between duty and morality. High Baritone.
Victor Veiler: 25-35 SS officer in charge of public relations. Terrifying, with ability to charm also. High Tenor
Rolf: 18-21 A wounded German soldier now overseeing Katz and the co. Baritone
Cultural Arts Playhouse, 170 Michael Dr, Syosset auditions for THE WIZ on Sept 7 and 8 at 7:30pm. Seeking adults. See our website at culturalartsplayhouse.com for more info.
Sid Jacobson JCC, 300 Forest Dr, Roslyn auditions for Anything Goes (Beaumont Version) on Sept 11, 4-7pm. Callbacks: Sept 18. Location: Sid Jacobson. Performances: Jan 28 and 29 and Feb 4 and 5.
Directed by Rich Buckley. Come prepared to sing either from the show or in the style of. Be prepared to dance. If you cannot attend auditions or want more info, contact Susan Kalman, Producer, 516-484-1545, ext. 110, firstname.lastname@example.org. All roles open:
RENO SWEENEY - A charismatic nightclub singer and former evangelist. VOCAL RANGE: Alto/Belt.
HOPE HARCOURT - A beautiful debutante. Strong singing and dancing required. VOCAL RANGE: Soprano
BILLY CROCKER – A young businessman who is in love with Hope, he charismatic and charming.VOCAL RANGE: Baritone/Tenor
LORD EVELYN OAKLEIGH - Hope’s fiancé, a wealthy Englishman ener VOCAL RANGE: Baritone.
MOONFACE MARTIN - A loveable gangster Requires strong comic timing plus the ability to sing.
ERMA LATOUR - A sexy gangster’s moll. Strong singing and dancing. VOCAL RANGE: Mezzo/Belt.
ELISHA WHITNEY - A successful Wall Street banker who is nearsighted
EVANGELINE HARCOURT - Hope’s overbearing mother
LUKE & JOHN- Two Chinese converts
CAPTAIN of the SS American
PURSER aboard the SS American
RENO’S ANGELS (Purity, Chastity, Charity & Virtue) Four backup singers/dancers in Reno’s act, They are showgirls.
MALE / FEMALE ENSEMBLE – Passengers, stowaways, and members of the crew of the S.S. American. Various roles will be cast from the ensemble
The Silver Chords audition from 11:45am-noon for their 2016-17 season during Sat morning rehearsals (9:30am-noon) on Sept 10, 17 & 25. Winter 2016 - Carols Old And New, featuring music by Bach, Mozart, Pentatonix, Sinatra and traditional carols old and new. Male Voices Needed Especially. Smithtown Senior Center, 420 E Main St, Smithtown. For info, contact Conductor Carl J Ferrara, 631-379-7066;SilverChordsChorus@gmail.com; Twitter: @TheSilverChords; Facebook.com/SilverChordsChorus.
James Street Players auditions for Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Sun, Sept 11 from 2-5pm and Mon, Sept 12 from 7-9pm at the United Methodist Church, 21 James St, Babylon. Show dates are Nov 18, 19, 22, 25, 26 & 27. Prepare 16 bars of a song from either the production or of the same musical genre, an accompanist will be provided. Be prepare to dance. Seeking ages 15 and up for leads and ensemble, ages 7 to 14 for the Youth Chorus. Seeking a wide variety of ages and ethnic back grounds. Rehearsals are Mon & Wed 7:30-10pm and Sun 2-5pm. Rehearsals will begin on Wed, Sept 14.
There is NO production fee associated with the show. For add'l info contact Jenn Durso at email@example.com.
Cast Breakdown ALL ROLES OPEN
NARRATOR(S) - Soprano. They are not of the time or place of the action. The Narrator(s) tells the story through word and song, guiding the audience through the story. Does need to move/dance well.
JOSEPH – Tenor. The main character of the musical. Must be able to dance or move well.
JOSEPH'S ELEVEN BROTHERS - Although acting usually as a group, they each have their own different personalities, talents, and flaws. They sing and dance their way through many situations and places. REUBEN - Baritone/tenor, the eldest son of Jacob, Solo - Those Canaan Days, parody of French ballad SIMEON - Baritone, the second son LEVI - Third son JUDAH - Tenor, the fourth son, Solo - Benjamin Calypso, Reggae style DAN - Fifth son NAPHTALI - Sixth son GAD - Seventh son ASHER - Eighth son ISSACHAR - Ninth son ZEBULON - Tenth son BENJAMIN - Twelfth son
THE WIVES (Female Ensemble) - The wives to the brothers, play other various roles, although usually performing with the Brothers, the wives have a large amount of singing and dancing stage time.
JACOB – Baritone. Father of twelve sons, Jacob definitely favors Joseph.
PHARAOH - Baritone, the most powerful man in Egypt. In most productions, Pharaoh is portrayed as an Elvis Presley-style figure, lot of hip action. Possible double casting as a brother or ensemble member.
POTIPHAR – He is a powerful and rich Egyptian who puts Joseph in jail.
MRS. POTIPHAR - Beautiful and scheming, sassy dancer (may be played by one of the wives)
BAKER - Tenor. One of Pharaoh servants, (may be played by one of the brothers)
BUTLER – Tenor. Another of Pharaoh servants, (may be played by one of the brothers)
Broadhollow Theater Company auditions on Sept 12 & 14 at 7pm at the Bayway Art Center, at 265 E Main St, E Islip 11730 for Sister Act (Nov 26 - Dec 11 & Jan 7 - 22) & 9 to 5 (Jan 14 - March 5). All roles open. Bring headshot and resume. Be prepared to sing your best 16 bars and dance. If you are unavailable to attend or want to be considered for early submission, email director at Bhtsisteract9to5@gmail.com.
STAR Playhouse at the Suffolk Y JCC auditions for Broadway Showstoppers on Mon, Sept 12 & Thurs, Sept 15 at 7:30PM at the Suffolk Y JCC, 74 Hauppauge Rd, Commack. Looking for strong singers who are able to sing solo. There is no ensemble in this show. All performers will be expected to sing solos, duets and small group numbers. You are requested to bring a piece of Broadway music to sing. An accompanist will be provided. Come prepared to move. The directors are Helene Tiger and Joanne Fried; the musical director is Sid Cherry and the producers are Solomon Buchman and Susan Paraszczuk. Performances: Sat, Jan 14 & 28 at 8PM and Sun, Jan 15, 22 & 29 at 2PM. If you have any questions contact Lynn at 631.462.9800 x136 or email: LHALL@syjcc.org
PARKSIDE PLAYERS, Grace Lutheran Church, 103-15 Union Tpke (at 71st Rd), Forest Hills auditions for CABARET on Wed, Sept 14 and Fri, Sept 16 at 7:30pm at the church. Director: Bill Logan; Choreographer: Amanda Montoni; Musical Director: Paul L. Johnson. Performance Dates: Nov 19-20, Nov 25-27 and Dec 2-3. Be prepared to sing one song --- preferably from the show (at least 16 bars). Bring sheet music. Accompaniment will be provided. ROLES:
Emcee: host of both the Kit Kat Klub and the play; androgynous, a real showman (or as much as he can be in this seedy club). Age 20s – 30s.
Sally Bowles: “star” performer at the Kit Kat Klub; pretty, vivacious but only marginally talented; neurotic; her bravado covers up deep-rooted insecurities; only takes people and situations seriously when forced to; a “hot mess” who has seen better days. Age early 20s – early 30s.
Clifford Bradshaw: struggling American writer; nice, somewhat naïve; caught up in the whirlwind that is Berlin and Sally Bowles in the early 1930s; semi-closeted gay man. Age mid 20s – early 30s.
Ernst Ludwig: Nazi smuggler/operative; handsome, urbane and totally untrustworthy; a real master manipulator. Age mid 30s – early 40s.
Fräulein Schneider: Owner of a Berlin boarding house; Clifford’s landlady; world-weary and cynical but has a caring heart she tries to hide. Age 40s – 60s.
Fräulein Kost: boarder in Fräulein Schneider’s house; a prostitute and Nazi sympathizer. Age 30s – 40s.
Herr Schultz: boarder in Fräulein Schneider’s house; a Jewish merchant, owns a small fruit shop; in love with Fräulein Schneider. Age 50s – 60s.
Kit Kat Klub Girls: female singer/dancer ensemble at the Kit Kat Klub; they have all seen better days. Ages 20-40.
Kit Kat Klub Boys: The male singer/dancer ensemble at the Kit Kat Klub. Ages 20 – 40.
Boy Soprano: May be recorded; sings “Tomorrow Belongs To Me”
Noel S. Ruiz Theatre at CM Performing Arts Center auditions for Irving Berlin's White Christmas on Mon, Sept 19 and Tues, Sept 20 at 7:30pm. PERFORMANCES: Sat, Nov 19, 26, Dec 3, 10 at 7:30pm Sun, Nov 20, 27, Dec 4, 18 at 2pm, Fri, Dec 2, 9, 16 at 7:30pm, Wed, Dec 7 at 2pm, Wed, Dec 14 at 7:30pm. Director: Patrick Grossman / Choreographer: M.E. Junge / Musical Director: Matthew W. Surico / Stage Manager: Amanda Wenchel. Character Breakdown:
BOB WALLACE - (late 20's to mid 30's) A major singing star, Bob is the guiding force behind the song and dance team of Wallace and Davis. He wears his fame easily and is a born leader, but has some trouble with social and romantic interactions. Despite his occasional gruffness, he is a deeply kind and principled man who is searching for his true love. This role was portrayed by Bing Crosby in the film. • A superb singer with a crooning style who moves very well. Baritone, sings “White Christmas”
PHIL DAVIS - (late 20's to mid 30's) The fun-loving, go-getting songand-dance partner of the team of Wallace and Davis. An irrepressible clown, operator and incorrigible ladies' man who is determined to see his friend happy, even if it requires scheming and outright deception. He has a boyish charm and sex appeal. This role was portrayed by Danny Kaye in the film. • Strong jazz and tap-dancing needed-a song-and-dance comic performer. Bari-Tenor, sings “The Best Things Happen While You’re Dancing.”
BETTY HAYNES - (mid to late 20's) The sensible, responsible half of the upcoming song-and-dance team, The Haynes Sisters. Destined to be a star in her own right, she is nonetheless hesitant to take the spotlight for herself. A woman of decent, upstanding principles, she is devoted to her younger sister. Like Bob, she hides her yearning for true love under a protective shell. This role was portrayed by Rosemary Clooney in the film. • A female singer of quiet beauty and charm with a rich chest mix sound and a soprano extension. Sings “Sisters” and “Love, You Didn’t Do Right By Me.” Must move well.
JUDY HAYNES - (early 20's) The younger, more ambitious, slightly scheming Haynes sister. While wholesome and adorable, she is sexy and flirty-a winning charmer whom no man can resist. Portrayed by Vera Ellen in the film. • Strong jazz and tap dancing needed-a major song-and-dance performer. Chest Mix, sings “Sisters.”
GENERAL HENRY WAVERLY - (late 50's to mid 60's) A retired U.S. Army General, adjusting to returning to civilian life in post World War II America. Once a powerful leader, he now struggles to run an Inn in Vermont. He remains a man of great principle and dignity. Beneath his curmudgeonly military exterior lies a warm, compassionate man in need of family and love. • With the exception of one line, a non-singing role.
MARTHA WATSON - (late 40's to mid 60's) Once a Broadway star, now the general's housekeeper at the Inn, Martha has a very dry, wry, wisecracking sense of humor. Bighearted but completely unsentimental, she runs the General's life in spite of his protestations. She is an irrepressible meddler, but always for what she believes to be the other guy's best interests. This role was originally portrayed by Mary Wickes in the film, however all ethnicities are encouraged to audition. • A winning, appealing character-comedienne with a clarion belt voice; sings “Let Me Sing and I’m Happy.”
SUSAN WAVERLY - (9-12 years old to play 9 years old) The General's granddaughter, Susan is a lovable and outgoing real kid. She is very smart, wise beyond her years, and cares deeply about her grandfather. Once bitten hard by the showbiz bug, she demonstrates everything that is winning in the ultimate child performer. • She must have an excellent belt voice, and be able to move well. Sings reprise of “Let Me Sing and I’m Happy.”
RALPH SHELDRAKE - (mid to late 30's) Army buddy of Bob and Phil's, now a major television executive with the Ed Sullivan Show. Fast-talking, New York professional. • A Baritone.
RITA AND RHODA - (mid 20's to early 30's) Bob and Phil's two star chorus girls, they are brash, sexy, and fun, although perhaps not the smartest.
EZEKIEL FOSTER - (mid 40's to late 50's) The ultimate taciturn New Englander, who helps out at the inn and takes life at a very slow pace. Can be double-cast with the role of SNORING MAN.
MIKE - (mid 20's to late 30's) Bob and Phil's stage manager. Has a tendency to be over-dramatic and completely hysterical, but will get things done. Never seen without his whistle and clipboard, which he uses to attempt to keep order. Can be double cast with the role of ED SULLIVAN ANNOUNCER.
TESSIE - Bob and Phil's extremely competent assistant. Can be double cast with the role of ASSISTANT SEAMSTRESS.
REGENCY ROOM ANNOUNCER (OFFSTAGE VOICE)
SHELDRAKE'S SECRETARY (OFFSTAGE VOICE)
ENSEMBLE DANCERS: Male & female. Early 20's to Mid 30's. Must be equally strong in ballroom, jazz and tap. Must sing very well. This is 1950's Hollywood movie musical dancing.
ENSEMBLE SINGERS: 2 Male & 2 female. Early 20's to Mid 50's. Function as an Old Broadway backup quartet to the team of Wallace and Davis. Must move well but must sing very well, especially in close harmony.
ENSEMBLE CHILDREN: 3 to 6 sought, ages 6 to 14, Male and Female to understudy Susan Waverly and portray TRAIN PASSENGERS, INN GUESTS etc.
Covers for principal roles will come from ensemble. The ensemble will, over the course of the show, play: • "JIMMY'S BACK ROOM" CLUBGOERS • TRAIN PASSENGERS / INN GUESTS • CHORUS KIDS • PATRONS OF THE REGENCY ROOM
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(starting with the most recently received)
Theatre By The Bay is seeking strong male ensemble singers for quartet and strong dancers/singers (of college age) for the ensemble of My Fair Lady for its Nov production. Those interested in auditioning should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Add'l info about Theatre By The Bay can be found at www.theatrebythebayny.com
Broadhollow Theater Company is casting its children's theater season. Looking for actors and actresses who can sing and move well. The shows include James and The Giant Peach (Oct/Nov) , Madagascar: A Musical Adventure (Jan/Feb), Curious George Live! (March/April) and In the Nicholas of Time! (Dec). All roles open. If interested, send headshot and resume to email@example.com.
The Long Island Cabaret Theatre, on behalf of Director Gary Dana and Musical Director Sid Cherry, is seeking singers and dancers for a new all-live production entitled It’s A Musical! for performances in Wantagh, featuring the best of Broadway and Popular music. Meghan Nieland will choreograph. Call or text Gary Dana or text at (516) 946-7207 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to audition. Rehearsals begin Sept 11.
Plaza Theatrical Productions is casting actors (ages 17 and older) for their 2016-17 weekday arts-in-education musical theatre series which will feature Beauty and the Beast, Alice in Wonderland, Madeline’s Christmas, Scrooge, Jack Frost, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Pinkalicious, The Wizard of Oz, Charlotte’s Web and Junie B Jones. Actors must have weekday morning availability and reliable transportation. Per performance stipend provided. For audition appt, call (516) 599-6870 or email headshot and resume to email@example.com
Casting the part of George Burns in the premier of an original script combining an adaptation of Burns' memoir about his life with Gracie Allen and the skits of Burns And Allen. Not looking for the 100 year old Burns, but a diminutive actor 50-70 years old who understands the humor. Burns was the straight man, this is vital. Produced by BroadHollow and scheduled to play both locations: Bayway - 10/8 - 23; Elmont - 10/29 - 11/13 and directed by the playwright, Tommie Gibbons. Also seeking a second couple, one male and one female of any adult age to play everyone else in the story. Rehearsals begin Aug 30 and will continue on Tues & Thurs through Sept at Bayway. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lantern Theater is seeking one actor (20's-40's) for the lead role of Curtis for The Lyons. The dates of the production are Nov 5, 12 & 19 at 8pm and Nov 6, 13 & 20 at 1:30pm. If interested, call Howie at (516)785-5377 or E-mail GIN2795745@AOL.com.
LI Talent Wanted - Casting several Living History Productions. Actors are encouraged to audition for a wide range of roles. Our Signature Series are original stage productions depicting the lives of American Icons such as Bob Hope, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe & Lucille Ball. Rehearses/performances fall/winter 2016-17. Musicals, Theater, Cabaret & Variety (Comedy Skills a PLUS) Send headshot and resume to email@example.com. Note your availability from Sept – Jan. Auditions by appt only. If you sing, be prepared with a standard or Broadway song. For more info, call 631-654-1888. Audition Location Ward Melville Educational and Cultural Center, Stony Brook Village.
StageLight Entertainment in conjunction with The YMCA Boulton Center for The Performing Arts is seeking actors with daytime availability for the 2016 -17 school year. We are looking for adult actors with children’s theater experience, who have open schedules and some flexibility. Performances will be mostly Mon - Thurs at 10:30am, with an occasional weekend morning thrown into the mix at The Boulton Center in Bay Shore. Shows for the season include Bunnicula, The Santa Claus Super Show, The Wizard of Oz, The Cat in The Hat, Shrek TYA and Charlotte’s Web. There is a $30 per performance and $15 per rehearsal stipend available. Rehearsals will begin three weeks prior to show opening. Each production runs for approximately 7 weeks. Adult actors of all ages are needed. More info is available on StageLight Entertainment’s website. www.StageLightEnt.com. Contact Chris Rosselli, Boulton Center School Trip Coordinator at BoultonSchoolTix@ymcali.org
♫♪♫♪ DIRECTORS, MUSICIANS,TECHNICIANS, PLAYWRIGHTS ♫♪♫♪
♫♪♫♪ & OTHER INDUSTRY RELATED EMPLOYMENT ♫♪♫♪
Wanted: CREATIVE & PROACTIVE Film Crew to help create a new web series, ZOMBIE LAND LONG ISLAND
Specifically looking for: Skilled Camera Operator * Assistant Director * Lighting Designer * Sound Designer
PAID POSITIONS / TRANSPORTATION / MEALS ~ Series shot/rehearsed in Smithtown. Email resume to JIM BONNEY, Executive Producer/Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking for innovative ideas, people with a sense of wonder and a yearning to learn. Questions Welcomed. Looking forward to creating an award-winning team.
Merrick Ave Middle School, Merrick is seeking the following paid positions for its spring musical – Director and Choreographer. *Note – you may apply for one and/or both positions (clearly indicate in your letter of interest) Auditions and rehearsals will begin late Oct / early Nov; performance dates are March 16 & 17.
All candidates must be fingerprinted and available weekdays starting at 2:45pm.
Send letter of interest & resume by Sept 9 to:
Cheryl Galaga Fontana- Director of Fine & Performing Arts
Bellmore-Merrick CHSD, 1260 Meadowbrook Rd, Merrick NY 11566
(516) 992-1044 / email@example.com
Maggie's Little Theater, Middle Village, is seeking applications for Stage Director, Musical Director, Choreographer, and Stage Manager for Something's Afoot, a murder mystery musical to be performed in March. To be considered, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Arts Playhouse is seeking a part time box office person and sound and lighting positions. Send resume to email@example.com att:Tony.
Back Stage Theater Co. at Farmingdale State College campus, is in need of Directors and Choreographers for the upcoming season. Must have evening availability, must be hands on, and must have professional experience working with a college age population. These are salaried positions. Email resume to Sandy Lory-Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take A Bow Playhouse is looking for a VOICE TEACHER for students ranging in age from 6-10. Applicants must be patient, organized and ready to work in a recreation environment! We teach our students proper technique but focus on building their self-esteem and self-confidence. Current openings Wed, 4-6pm, 5:30-7:30pm, Fri 4-6pm and Sat 9:30-11:30am. Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Roslyn Theater Company looking for a Musical Director for the Fall 2016 season of RENT and Disney's DESCENDANTS. Contact Jill Studley at 516-225-3247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spotlight Children’s Theater in LONG BEACH seeks a High School Dance student as Choreographer for PETER PAN. Rehearsals are Thurs from 4:30-6:30pm, Sept- Dec. Show Dates Sat, Dec 3 & 10. Temple Emanu-El, 455 Neptune Blvd, Long Beach. Spotlight Children are ages 5-13. You will work with our Director, Musical Director and Stage Manager. Applicant must be 15 years of age or older and live locally. Salaried Position. Call Spotlight at 516-897-5555 and leave a message or email Nancy Sullivan at email@example.com.
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks backstage personnel including stage managers, deck crew, lighting operators, spot operators and sound operators for their expanding 2016-17 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 599-6870.
Shining Studios (Pt Wash) is seeking an organized, self-starting office manager for immediate hire. Position requirements include organizing and managing new storefront location, box office duties, taking phone calls, and assisting director in various administrative tasks. Compensation is provided. Flexible hours. Must have valid transportation to and from Pt Wash. All interested applicants should forward resume to ShiningStudiosLI@gmail.com.
John W Engeman Theater, 250 Main St, Northport 11768 has immediate part-time box office positions available. The Box Office Associate is responsible for providing world-class customer service to all John W. Engeman Theater patrons for the purpose of providing them with a memorable overall theatrical experience. Excellent, professional and courteous verbal communication skills, including the ability to effectively communicate with patrons and Engeman Theater staff is essential. Must have a flexible schedule -- must be available nights and weekends. Must be PC proficient. Must be able to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Capable of dealing with the public and meeting deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing excellent customer service. Seeking a self-starter with a strong detail orientation who is able to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within given guidelines/instructions. Seasonal help need not apply. Reply to email@example.com.
BroadHollow Theatre Company is seeking Musical Directors for our upcoming season. Productions include A Dog's Life (played live) and Sister Act, She Loves Me & Smokey Joe's Café (tracks). Compensation is provided. Interested parties should forward a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is seeking a skilled and experienced Scenic Painter for upcoming productions. Must be local to LI with own transportation. Send resume to: email@example.com
Oceanside Library is seeking directors to participate in our Script-in-hand Theatre series. Started in early 2015, our Script-in-hand Theatre series has a large, and growing audience. We present monthly performances using a rotation of directors. Material is chosen by the director, subject to Library approval. Casting is done by the director--can be open auditions or you can come with a cast. The Library provides rehearsal space, marketing and funding for licenses and scripts. Past productions have included Art, Doubt: A Parable, Collected Stories, Love, Loss & What I Wore, Rumors, Alone, Fools, Love Letters, Over the River..., The Gin Game, The Glass Menagerie, White Liars and more. This is a perfect vehicle for a theater group to perform a play before launching a full-scale production, and is an excellent opportunity for experienced actors who would like to try their hand at directing. For more info contact Tony Iovino firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Synagogue Theater Company is looking to fill the paid position of MUSICAL DIRECTOR for THE MUSIC MAN. Show runs April 27 - 30 at the Landmark on Main Theater in Port Washington. Seeking an experienced musical director to work with the director and choreographer throughout the audition and rehearsal process, conducting auditions, teaching music, playing at all rehearsals, assembling the pit and playing for the shows. Auditions are Dec 4, 5 and 8. Rehearsals begin Jan 8 and run Sun 2-5, Mon 7-10 and Thurs 7-10. Submit resume to Missy Halpern, Producer - email@example.com
Merrick Theatre and Center for The Arts is looking for Stage Managers for upcoming productions in our new season. Anyone interested call 665-3127 and ask for JoAnne or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Douglaston Community Theatre seeks a lighting/sound person and stage manager for Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. Zion Episcopal Church Hall, Church St, 1 block n/o Northern Blvd off Douglaston Pkwy in Douglaston, Queens - walking distance from LIRR. Stipend. Directed by Marilyn Welsher. Rehearsals begin in Sept. Performances in Nov. Call Michael at 718 347-5732 or e-mail DougCommTheatre@optonline.net for info.
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 plus but not a requirement. Email resume to email@example.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.
Wanted - scripts for original one act plays. If you would be interested in having them produced, notify either Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org or Norman at email@example.com
Symmetry Event Solutions is seeking General Labor/Stage hands. Seeking knowledgeable and eager personnel for full time & part time positions. Hours are typically 9-5, however due to the nature of the industry, weekend work is common and hours may flex based on the event or production we are working on. Paid positions. Ability to lift 50lbs, and have a clean driving record a must. Ability to drive trucks (up to 26') a plus. Work will include, but not limited to: packing gear based on the production, setting up lighting, sound, staging, and video equipment,painting, building, light construction (scenery elements), warehouse work preparing gear. No phone calls. If interested, e-mail: Tim@symmetryeventsolutions.com and supply resume, available hours, salary requirement, and a brief description of your abilities.
Ever wanted to be a manager or big time agent and make money from other people's work? If so, then saddle up partners! The Murder For You Players of LI are looking for any "bookies" who can get us a show date at a firehouse, church, fraternal org or almost anywhere on LI. It's easy, too. Call Jake at 631-235-8741 anytime and ask for the details of the show. If we get the gig, you will get 10% of the fee. The bigger the gig, the bigger your 10%! We will play fund-raisers, private parties or corporate events.