Broadhollow Theater Company seeing emergency Gaston Replacement in Beauty and the Beast Jr. Seeking Male, baritone/tenor, imposing, 6 foot and up. If interested, e-mail director at Jasonpallyn@aol.com. The dates are as follows:
March 21 - 2pm - Bayway Art Center
March 22 - noon - Bayway Art Center
March 28 - 2pm - Bayway Art Center
April 9 - 1pm - Elmont Theater

URGENT call for a Musical Director for Camelot at the North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck. Rehearsals begin March 19.  Show dates are weekends May 14 - 31 (12 performances). Some pay involved. Orchestra already in place; Musical Director to play piano and teach the singers the music is urgently needed. Contact director Caroline Ciocchetto at Carolinechc@yahoo.com.

2 African American actresses needed to play a mother and her teen-aged daughter are needed for a very important play about female genital mutilation for the Northport One-Act Play Festival. There will be two performances on April 18. Rehearsals in Northport will be based on actor availability. Contact NorthportPlays@gmail.com or call 631-223-8053.

Lantern Theatre urgently seeks actor for Other Desert Cities: Show dates and times: Sat @ 8pm, May 30, June 6 & 13; Sun @ 1:30pm, May 31, June 7 & 14; and a Tues evening (probably either June 2 or 9).  Call Anne at 516 279 8657 or email actanne@ aol.com
Trip Wyeth - (20's-30's) Brooke's brother. He is a bright, funny man who is caught in the middle here. He has a "let it go, it will be all right" attitude. He appears happy and flippant in his conversation but is actually far less happy than he appears.

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

John W. Engeman Theatre at Northport holds Open NYC dance auditions for The Producers. Actors will be seen in the order in which they sign-in. Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, book; Mel Brooks, music & lyrics; Richard Dolce, producing artistic director; Igor Goldin, director; James Olmstead, musical director; Antoinette DiPietropolo, choreographer. Reh: 5/11/15; Open: 5/28/15; Close: 7/12/15. All auditioners should bring tap and character shoes, and book of music in case you are asked to stay and sing. If Non Union Actors are interested in the character parts (Production Tenor, Hold Me Touch Me, Reject Chorus Girl, Roger’s design team etc.), attend this dance call and note on your resume the role in which you are interested. If unable to attend either date send headshot & resume to Vic DiMonda, Associate Producing Director, c/o The John W. Engeman Theatre at Northport, 250 Main St, Northport 11768, Attn: The Producers, or email: vdimonda@engemantheater.com
Tues, March 3 from 10am – 6pm
NOLA Rehearsal Studios, 250 W 54th St – 5th Fl
Women: 10am–1:30pm  (sign up begins at 9am - list will be pulled by 11am)
Men: 2:30pm-6pm  (sign up begins at 1:30pm - list will be pulled at 3:30pm)
SEEKING: Non-Union Male and female dancers who sing and act to play various Ensemble roles including:
Women – 20’s – 30’s yrs old – strong singer/dancer/tapper with good comic character work - 5’8” and over. Strongly seeking all Ethnicities.
Men –20’s – 30’s Strong singer/dancer/tapper with good comic character work. Strongly seeking all Ethnicities.

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport holds open auditions for upcoming Youth Theater productions: CINDERELLA and FLAT STANLEY on Wed, March 4 from 5-7pm. Sign up begins at 4:30pm. Auditions will be held at The JWE Theater at 250 Main St, Northport 11768. Visit our website at www.engemantheater.com for casting breakdown, rehearsal and performance schedules. Performers must provide their own transportation and must have daytime/evening availability. Prepare (1) uptempo song and a brief monologue fitting for children's theater. You may be asked to dance. Bring a headshot and resume. No phone calls. If you can not attend the audition, submit your headshot and resume to: jtully@engemantheater.com.

Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts and Smithtown Historical Society auditions for all ages (12 and up) for an original musical comedy presentation, The Spirit of Smithtown, which will be presented May 29, 30, 31, June 5, 6, and 7.  The Spirit of Smithtown is a musical-comedy spectacular celebrating the 350th anniversary of the town. The program will encompass popular songs and dances from the various decades, vaudeville style comedy and dramatic pieces. Auditions will be held between 2–4pm and 7–8pm on March 5 at the Smithtown Historical Society Brush Barn. Call to schedule an audition at 631-654-1888. Rehearsal schedule to be announced. ALL ROLES ARE OPEN. Seeking:
6 strong musical-comedy performers (ages 21 and up)
Prepare 16-32 bars of any traditional standard; these are a capella auditions.
Sides will be provided for audition.
Email resume and head shot to stgeorg1@optonline.net.
Stipends are available for Lead Performers only.
Equity Guest Artist contracts available as needed.
OPEN CALL: Also seeking Ensemble of all ages which will be part of the entire production.
The ensemble for this show will be used extensively both vocally and for dance and musically staged numbers. Dancers welcomed.
For add'l info, email stgeorg1@optonline.net or call 631-654-1888. DO NOT CALL THE SMITHTOWN BOX OFFICE. THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO.

PARKSIDE PLAYERS Grace Lutheran Church ▪ 103-15 Union Tpke (at 71st Rd) ▪ Forest Hills auditions for URINETOWN: The Musical on Sun, March 8 at 2pm and Wed, March 11 at 8pm at the church. Director: Bill Logan; Choreographer: David Arzberger; Musical Director: Jeffrey Arzberger. Performance Dates: May 23 – 24, May 29 – 31, June 5 – 6. Be prepared to sing one song that best showcases your voice and range. Scripts will be provided for readings. Cast Breakdown: [NOTE - 7 of the actors will be cast in double roles. Age ranges are flexible.]
Bobby Strong: The young, dashing and rebellious Everyman who works for Miss Pennywise at the poorest, filthiest town urinal. He becomes an unsuspecting protagonist and romantic hero when he starts a revolution and falls in love with Hope Cladwell.Male, 20 – 30, Range: A2 – C5
Caldwell B. Cladwell: The evil president and owner of the Urine Good Company. He is a miserly money-grubber who gleefully exploits the Poor.Male, 50 – 65, Range: A2 – G4
Dr. Billeaux: Head of Research and Development at UGC.
      DOUBLES AS: Tiny Tom: One of the rebellious town Poor. Male, 30 - 50, Range: E3 – A3
Hope Cladwell: Cladwell’s ravishingly beautiful daughter, torn between her father and her new love for Bobby. She begins as an innocent, naïve angel but becomes vengeful and determined after being exposed to her father’s evil. Female, 20-30, Range: A3 – A5
Hot Blades Harry: One of the Poor. He is a psychopath and can become a violent loose cannon.
      DOUBLES AS: Joseph “Old Man” Strong: Bobby’s father. His refusal to pay the fee sends him to Urinetown, ultimately launching the revolution. Male, 45 – 60, Range: A2 – F4
Josephine “Ma” Strong: Bobby’s mother & Joseph’s wife. Strong-willed woman with a bite, able to withstand the hard hand life has dealt her.
      DOUBLES AS: Old Woman: One of the Poor. Female, 55 – 65, Range: Bb3 – D5
Little Becky Two-Shoes: One of the Poor. She is foul-mouthed, impulsive and accusatory.
      DOUBLES AS: Mrs. Millinneum: A member of Cladwell’s staff. Female, 20 – 40, Range: Bb3 – F5
Little Sally: A precocious and irreverent street urchin. She serves as a quasi-narrator who often questions Lockstock and the play’s logic. Female, 20 – 40, Range: A3 – E5
Mr. McQueen: Cladwell’s sycophantic lackey. A servile assistant. Male, 30 – 45, Range: B2 – EF
Officer Barrel: Lockstock’s patrol partner. A thuggish and aggressive policeman. Male, 30 – 50, Range: G2 – F4
Officer Lockstock: Tongue-in-cheek narrator, a corrupt policeman who secretly kills off the guilty offenders. Bold, brash and larger than life in many ways. Male, 35 – 55, Range: A2 – A4
Penelope Pennywise: Tough, jaded warden of the poorest, filthiest town urinal. Cladwell’s one-time lover, mother to Hope who eventually softens her temper. Female, 30 – 45, Range, A3 – C6
Senator Fipp: A greedy politician in Cladwell’s pocket. A bumbling coward. Male, 40 – 55, Range: C#3 – F4
Soupy Sue: One of the Poor, she is excitable and easily panicked.
      DOUBLES AS: Cladwell’s Secretary Female, 25 – 40, Range: Bb3 – B4
Robby The Stockfish: One of the Poor.
      DOUBLES AS: UGC Executive #2: A member of Cladwell’s staff. Male, 30 – 45, Range: B2 – EF
Billy Boy Bill: One of the Poor.
      DOUBLES AS: UGC Executive #1: A member of Cladwell’s staff. Male, 30 – 45, Range: B2 – EF

CM Performing Arts Center, 931 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale 11769 auditions for 18 years and up for THE FULLY MONTY on March 9 and 10 at 7:30pm. Prepare 16 bars of music in the style of the show. Performances: Fri: May 15, 22, 29 & Sat: May 9, 16, 23, 30 at 8pm, Sun: May 10, 17, 24, 31 at 2pm, Wed: May 20 at 2pm, Wed: May 27 at 7:30pm. For more info, visit www.cmpac.com or call us at 631.218.2810.  Director/Choreographer: Kristen Digilio / Musical Director: Matthew W. Surico / Stage Manager: Barbara Tiernan
Character Breakdown (ages are not set in stone)
DAVE BUKATINSKY Jerry’s best friend and fellow unemployed mill worker. Very much a man’s man, but more of a follower than leader. The definitive sidekick. Prideful. Self-conscious about his size. Male, 30-45 yrs old Range: C4 - E6
ETHAN GIRARD An unemployed mill worker. Lonely. Has a blind determination and confidence to succeed. Finds company with Malcolm. Male, 25-35 yrs old Range: D3 - A5
GEORGIE BUKATINSKY Dave’s wife. She loves her husband, and worries about him. Loud, outgoing and brash. She is the "leader" of her group of girlfriends. Female, 30-40 yrs old Range: G3 - A5
HAROLD NICHOLS An unemployed supervisor at the mill. Hot Metal’s choreographer. Thinks his worth comes from providing for his wife, so he hides his unemployment from her. Male, 35-45 yrs old Range: B3 - A5
JEANETTE BURMEISTER A piano player of indeterminate years and show-business pro. Sassy, quick-witted, and larger than life. Has slowed down in recent years. Female, 65-75 yrs old Range: F4 - B5
JERRY LUKOWSKI An unemployed mill worker, fighting to maintain his pride and the custody of his only son. All-American jock and the definitive man’s man. Spontaneous. Very prideful.Male, 30-40 yrs old Range: C4 - D6
MALCOLM MACGREGOR An unemployed mill worker. Lives at home with his mother. Depressed, suicidal, awkward, and feeble. Pigeon-chested. Finds comfort in Ethan. Male, 25-35 yrs old Range: C4 - E6
NOAH "HORSE" T. SIMMONS A retired mill worker. Embarrassed about being an “average sized” Black man. Despite being old and slow when walking, he still has explosive dance moves. Frequently grumpy. Male, 50-60 yrs old Range: F2 - B5
PAM LUKOWSKI Jerry’s estranged wife and high school sweetheart. She wants what is best for her son. Strong business woman, but also compassionate and motherly. Female, 25-35 yrs old Range: B3 - A5
VICKI NICHOLS Harold’s wife. She enjoys the finer things in life. Loves her husband more than anything, and supports him no matter what. Female, 30 yrs old Range: G3 - A5
YOUNG Male, under 12 year old. BOY

Broadhollow Theatre Company will be holding auditions for a mainstage production of 13 the Musical on March 12 and 13 at 5:30pm at the Bayway Arts Center, 265 E Main St, E Islip.  Seeking performers ages 13 to 16 and must be at least 13 years of age.  Prepare 32 bars, bring sheet music, headshot and resume.  Be prepared to dance.  Performances run April 25 - May 10.  Directed by Jessy Gill with Musical Direction by Michelle Cosentino.

Township Theatre Group auditions for Run For Your Wife, a comedy by Ray Cooney on March 12 and 16 at 7:30-9:30pm at Five Towns College, 305 N LIE Service Rd, Dix Hills. Call 631-213-9832 or visit www.townshiptheatregroup.org. Roles for 2 women and 6 men.  Plot: The story of a London cab driver John Smith, with two wives and a very precise schedule for juggling them both. Trouble brews when Smith is mugged and ends up in hospital, where both of his addresses surface, causing police to investigate. Having upset his schedule, Smith becomes hopelessly entangled in his attempts to explain his two lives. Age ranges are flexible. Light British accents. Readings from the script.
John Smith 30-50 yrs old. A very likeable guy, despite the fact that he is committing bigamy. Should have great comic timing and be able to handle physical comedy
Barbara Smith 25-45 yrs old. John's wife who is amorous and sexy
Mary Smith 25-45 yrs old. John's other wife who is a caretaker and homemaker. Somewhat uptight
Det. Sgt. Porterhouse and Det. Sgt. Troughton, both 40-60 yrs old. Detectives who investigate the discrepancies in John Smith's story. One official/serious, the other likable & bumbling
Bobby Franklyn 25-40 yrs old. The Smith’s upstairs neighbor, flamboyantly gay but not a caricature
Stanley Gardner 30-50 yrs old. The Smith’s other upstairs neighbor and John’s best friend. Should have great comic timing and an ability to portray physical comedy
Reporter 20-35 yrs old. Eager young reporter. Cameo appearance in one scene

North Fork Community Theater auditions for Camelot at 7pm on Sun and Mon, March 15 and 16, with callbacks on Wed, March 18. Prepare 16 bars of a B'way show tune and bring sheet music. Show dates: May 14 - 31. For more info, 631-298-4500.

Suffolk Theatre Arts & Recreation, 127-20A Smithtown Blvd, Nesconset auditions for the world premiere of LUCKY (an original play by Ashley Nicole Audette) on March 17 at 8pm and 19 at 8:30pm. Prepare a monologue appropriate for the character for which you are auditioning. Performances: Fri: May 22, 29 & Sat: May 23, 30 at 7:30pm, Sun: May 24 at 2pm. For more info, visit www.suffolktheatreartsrec.com or email Brian at brianviccaro@suffolktheatreartsrec.com. Director: Brian Viccaro /
Character Breakdown:
Arie Underwood: Arie is a movie star with a thriving career. She is sensitive, smart and trying to figure out her life after a very public break up. She is a sister to Jeremy and ex-girlfriend of Nathan. (Female - 20-25)
Jeremy Underwood: Jeremy is a student who is caring and loyal. He is a boyfriend to Marcus and Brother to Arie. (Male - 23-28)
Marcus Town: Marcus is Arie's "dedicated" assistant. He will do anything to get what he wants. A Cyrus Beene type. He is a boyfriend to Jeremy. (Male - 22-27)
Shane Miller: Shane is a young & naive nice guy. He also doesn't mind hitting the gym every now and then. He is Jeremy's best friend and is the love interest of Arie. (Male 19-24)
Nathan Davis: Nathan is also a movie star... a self-absorbed movie star. He will do whatever he can to climb up the ladder to get what he thinks he deserves. A slime-ball. He is the ex-boyfriend of Arie. (Male - 21-26)
ALL roles may be double-cast.

(starting with the most recently received)

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

The Minstrel Players of Northport audition for 1 male 20’s by appt only for Kaufman’s & Hart’s The Man Who Came to Dinner. Performances will be on Sat, 4/25 & 5/2 at 8PM and Sun, 4/26 & 5/3 at 3PM, at Houghton Hall Theatre at Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Email a resume to debbie@minstrelplayers.org. For more info, call 631-732-2926 or visit www.minstrelplayers.org.

Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. is casting the following roles in their upcoming production of Man of La ManchaAntonia, The Housekeeper, Duke/Dr. Carrasco and two muleteers (who play multiple roles).  Rehearsals begin on the week of March 8.  Performance run is April 17-June20 (approx 20 performances within that time period including 4 weekday matinees).  No performances are scheduled for Mother’s Day and Memorial Day Weekend. Per performance stipend offered. For add'l info and/or to make an appt for an audition, call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail plazatheatrical@aol.com.

MPD Casting General Casting Call to the acting public for various roles in a new webseries, Mastic PD (From the Director of the webseries Zombie Hunters: City of the dead and the award-winning film Aemorraghe). There are many roles that have not been decided on, so if you are interested in being a part of this new project starting this Summer, send headshot, resume, plus a link to your reel (if you have one) to MPDCasting@gmail.com. Most roles will require you to commit one full day only. We will review everything submitted and contact you if we can use your talents for the series. We are also looking for pure background actors, so if that’s all you’d be interested in, by all means let us know that, too. (Note: the parts we are offering for this first season are no pay/IMDB credit only.) All news and postings will be done via our Facebook page:www.facebook.com/MasticPD

Morgan Park Summer Music Festival's Marguerite Suozzi Young Performers 2015 Talent Competition
Each year Morgan Park Summer Music Festival conducts auditions for talented young musicians who live or go to school on Nassau County's North Shore. Entrants, who may be vocalists or instrumentalists, may audition for three prizes. Paid, professional performers are not eligible. Winners must be available to perform at Morgan Memorial Park in Glen Cove on Sun, July 12; the concert begins at 7:30pm. Winners will be presented with their cash awards at the conclusion of this concert. Additionally, selected entrants may be given the opportunity to perform at the July 12 park concert.
Sat, April 25 from 9am to 1pm
St. Patrick's Parish Hall, Pearsall Ave, Glen Cove
Judging will be in Two Age Categories for Three Prizes
First Prize - Ages 15-19, $1,000 prize
Second Prize - Ages 15-19, $500 prize
Junior Prize - Ages 9-14, $500 prize
Performers are asked to present two pieces in contrasting styles.
Contestants are expected to provide their own live or recorded accompaniment
Applications for the 2015 Talent Competition may be downloaded at http://www.morganparkmusic.org/youngperformers.php.
April 12 is the deadline for audition applications. Audition Fee: $20

NEW FIVE STAR MILLENNIUM ENTERTAINMENT, INC. is seeking an actress for a non-paying role in the original three (3) act play, Broken Vow, to be rehearsed/performed in Northport in May/June for the benefit of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Submit photo and resume with all inquiries. Will be filmed for Cablevision. Full script/schedule available upon request at Georgesidoti@aol.com
Brigitte Edwards (age 21-41) Brigitte is on her way to NYC to stay with her aunt Catherine for a week as she will be the Maid of Honor in her only cousin’s (Carol Mattingly) wedding to Javier Hernandez. This 28 year old hair stylist is very meticulous in her appearance. At 5’4” tall, Brigitte is recently divorced and has no children. Considering herself to be a liberated woman who has been active for equal rights for women, she is a very positive thinking person and believes women could change the world for the better if they would stand up for their rights as a human being. Brigitte  enjoys living in the upstate-NY community of Brighton. Originally from Suffolk Co-Manorville, Brigitte moved to Brighton after her marriage to an attorney (Gregory Edwards) and intended to settle in and raise a family. Now divorced, Brigitte intends to remain in Brighton for a few more years before deciding where she will live for the rest of her life.

Actors needed to perform their own 8-minute original, true story in the show (mostly) TRUE THINGS, a storytelling show with a twist. Each show features 4 detail-rich, true stories, 3 of which are told with distortions and little white lies woven into them. These are Moth-style stories about real experiences that can include characters. One story is told truthfully, with no distortions. After all the stories are shared, the audience questions the storytellers, then votes for who is telling the unvarnished truth. Winners get a prize, and then the whole truth is revealed about each story. This show is a great opportunity for actors to showcase themselves and share a slice of their own life in a theatrical way. Complete info is available on this website: www.mostlytruethings.com. Show date currently scheduled: Sat at 7pm,  March 21, at Performing Arts Studio of NY, 224 E Main St, Pt Jefferson. Contact Jude Treder-Wolff at bookings@lifestage.org or 631-366-4265.

Arena Players Theatre Company: We are looking for male and female actors for all characters.  Anyone interested should send picture & resume to arenaplayersrep@aol.com. Twelfth Night will be presented in July.  Othello, The Black of Angola will be presented in Aug. 

Professional Murder Mystery company seeks experienced interactive theater actors. 
March 21 private event in western Suffolk. Paid gig.
Currently casting:
Female 20-40 Italian look preferred but could be any ethnicity
Male 20-40 Italian
Male 30-60 Italian; husky
Male 40-60 Italian gangster type; suave
Cate text link: 631-835-0634 or email actingup63@yahoo.com

Anyone interested in joining new theater improv group, meeting one evening per month at the Smithtown, or Hauppauge library, email Norman at 1act3greene@optonline.net, or Bruce at hobo19@verizon.net

Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks multi-talented performers with outstanding dance skills for West Side Story. Kevin Harrington, producer/director; Jeanie Nannarone, choreographer; Joseph Pallotta, Conductor. Rehearsals begin May 25. Performances July 10-Aug 9 (approx 25 including 4 weekday matinees within that time period). The show will perform in outdoor venues accompanied by full orchestra and in smaller venues accompanied by a combo. E-mail picture/resume and/or questions to plazatheatrical@aol.com (subject line: West Side Story Casting). Project stipend offered. 


Smithtown Performing Arts Center is seeking an enthusiastic and energetic person to serve as Vocal Instructor for its Summer Theater Program. Position includes teaching group voice classes to ages 7-18 and serving as vocal director/pianist/conductor for end of session showcases.  Seeking a teaching artist who possesses the ability to work as part of a strong creative team. Applicants should be comfortable working quickly in a demanding environment, while at the same time providing a supportive, nurturing experience for students and should have experience as a voice teacher and also as a theatrical musical director. Strong piano skills required. Program dates are June 29-Aug 29. Camp runs Mon-Fri 9am-3pm. Instructors are required to be at the theater by 8:30am and should plan to stay until at least 3:30pm daily for planning. Full day trip into NYC to see a B'way show on July 8, 29, and Aug 19. Sat morning showcases on July 18, Aug 8 & 29. Salary commensurate w/experience. To apply, send letter of interest & resume to Cara Brown, Program Director, at smithtownpacyouth@gmail.com.

John Engeman Theater in Northport is seeking a part time employee for the box office. This customer service position requires excellent phone skills, computer knowledge and the ability to work with others in a fast paced environment. Flexibility in your schedule is a plus! Applicant should be reliable and able to multi-task. The hours for the position are as follows Tues 10-6, Sat 11-8, and Sun 10-5. Email resume and availability to pmolloy@engemantheater.com. No phone calls.

Take A Bow in Plainview is looking for a VOICE TEACHER on Wed from 4-6pm for students ages 6-8 years. Applicants must be ready to work in a non-competitive, fun-filled environment, come with a smile and love working with children.  Send resume ASAP to: apines@takeabowplayhouse.com

CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale is looking for musicians of all instruments for their Spring/Summer season. Shows using live music are Jesus Christ Superstar, The Full Monty and South Pacific. Contact Musical Director Matt Surico at matthew@buoy.com to submit resume or for more info.

Playwrights - South Shore Theatre Experience is now accepting plays for our annual one-act festival. Theme this year is What I Did on My Summer Vacation.  All scripts must be approximately 10 min in length, one set, no more than 6 characters. Deadline for submission is May 1. Performances will be Aug 13 - 15. For more info or to submit online: Deborah@SouthShoreTheatre.com

THINKBIG! THEATER ARTS SEEKS DIRECTOR FOR NYC FESTIVAL PREMIERE OF ORIGINAL TYA MUSICAL COMEDY - ThinkBIG! Theater Arts seeks a creative, experienced director to lead cast and crew on its world premiere of Sue Ology and The (Possibly) Haunted House, a Theater for Young Audiences musical that mixes comedy and chills as well as science and the (possibly) supernatural.
BASICS: This production is part of the NY Children’s Theater Festival and will take place May 1-3, over 4 matinee performances at The Player’s Theater (an Off-B'way venue). Subsequent booking already secured, with more bookings very likely. Reimbursements for NYC travel expenses, along with small stipend. Excellent opportunity to build resume and to possibly join the SDC.
Qualifications: ThinkBIG! views Theater for Young Audiences as a culturally valuable art form worthy of deep creative consideration; the right director must share that philosophy and have a resume that reflects strong respect for the genre. Experience with puppetry and creative on-stage effects valued but not required. Must be able to work alongside playwright and lyricist/composer in developing this world premiere.
ABOUT US: ThinkBIG! Theater Arts has already performed the original play “Mythos” as part of the 2014 NYCTF and has taken that production to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Later this year, ThinkBIG! will be working in studio to perform before a live audience as well as in classrooms across the nation via live-streaming as part of the Virtual Arts TV Educational Festival. In short, the creative team behind ThinkBIG! intends to grow the company and the resumes of all who join the team. We have every intention of promoting “Sue Ology” and look forward to seeing where this new adventure will take us.
If you’re as excited about Theater for Young Audiences as we are, contact Producer Heather Van Velsor at heather@thinkbigtheaterarts.org. To learn more about us, visit www.thinkbigtheaterarts.org. No phone calls. You will be contacted to set up an interview.

THE TATTOOED ANGEL...LOOKING FOR A SEASONED DIRECTOR FOR OUR NEXT NYC show.  Initial meetings in March...and production whenever we are ready...spring/summer 2015. Contact (with bio): info@truckstopthemusical.com

Pendragon Theatre, a small professional theatre located in the Adirondack mountains, is seeking a Technical Director for its 2015 summer season. This season, entitled Tributes includes the following shows:
Snow Queen adapted from Hans Christian Andersen story.
Tintypes A musical conceived by Mary Kyte with Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang
Arcadia by Tom Stoppard
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov. New adaptation by Anya Reiss.
The Technical Director will be expected to build sets for all summer shows, orchestrate load in and load out of sets, as well as striking of sets. The TD will attend all tech rehearsals and all tours of summer shows. General maintenance for and help with renovations on the theatre and the theatre-owned apartment building also expected. Dates: @Memorial Day-Labor Day. Salary: $350 per week, housing provided. Send resume and references to Tara Palen at tara@pendragontheatre.org and Karen Kirkham at artisticdirector@pendragontheatre.org

Douglaston Community Theater (DCT) is seeking a set builder and lighting/sound technician for our Spring show and future productions. Stipend offered. Show is in April/May. The theater is close to the Douglaston LIRR station in Queens. Call Micheal Wolf at 718 347-5732, or e-mail resume to Michael.Wolf@omh.ny.gov.

Costumer and Stage Manager needed for Long Beach Theatre Guild’s April production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Salaried positions. Will train if limited experience. Call Nancy Sullivan at 516.662.6969 or email cookiesull@yahoo.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 position.  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.

The Theater Arts Center at The Suffolk Y JCC (TACSY) is looking for a new costume designer for our Jr. and Sr. Companies. TACSY is under the direction of Sid Cherry, Rochele Seskin with add'l directing and choreography by Nicolina Sciascia. Call for info at 516-749-6820. Resume can be sent to cabaretkidsny@gmail.com.  Jr. company (1 - 6 grade) does 2 full musicals, Sr. company (7-12 grade) does 1 full musical and a concert series that is partially costumed. We also have a full summer theater camp that does 2 shows. I need at best someone with a very creative eye who can sew and make some costumes, at worst, a very creative eye that can pull from our extensive costume shop and find what we need in there as well as purchasing. Responsibilities also include; maintaining the organization of the costume shop, fitting all costumes, communicating what each actor needs to bring in with them, preparing for and meeting all deadlines working towards a costume parade, returning all costumes to the shop within a reasonable time frame, availability for tech week and shows.Tech week is always mon - thurs before our shows and then we have 2 shows, sat evening and sun afternoon. Our rehearsals are Sundays only aside from tech week. There would be a number of assistants available. Salary dependent on experience. We have an amazing team with kids are like family to us and put on shows that are of a very high quality. Our goal is to make every performer feel valued on stage regardless of their role. We all come from professional backgrounds and train the kids through rehearsal.

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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