Long Beach Theatre Guild is seeking an adult man to play Evelyn Oakley and  additional male and female tap dancers and ensemble for Anything Goes. Show dates are Jan 21, 22, 27, 28, 29. Contact Lisa Simon-Weitz at 516-606-9093

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance seeking Sally for Charlie Brown.  Sally: 18-30 years old, must have experience singing, acting and dancing. Small stipendCall 516-225-1088 or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance seeking Stage Manager for Charlie Brown.  We are looking for someone with stage manger experience ASAP. Small stipendCall 516-225-1088 or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

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

Theatre By The Bay, 1300 209th St, Bayside 11360 auditions for the Neil Simon, Burt Bacharach, Hal David musical, PROMISES, PROMISES, on Thurs, Dec 1 from 7–10pm. If you're interested, but can't come in on Dec 1, contact Director Ovi Vargas @ ovivargas123@gmail.com to schedule an appt. Come prepared to sing (a song you’re comfortable singing – bring sheet music) and bring a resume and headshot, if available). Show dates: Sat: March 4, 18, 25 and Sun mat: March 5, 19, 26. Ovi Vargas, Director and Choreographer, Alan Baboff, Musical Director. For add'l info, visit theatrebythebayny.com or call 718-428-6363. Plot Summary: Except for minor deviations, the story line follows the movie, The Apartment. Characters:
Chuck “C.C. “ Baxter - An office worker (a warm, friendly, strong comic actor with strong singing voice).
Fran Kubelik - restaurant waitress (winning smile, cute rather than glamorous, powerful broad range singing voice, good diction.)
J.D. Sheldrake - a personnel manager (the heavy, good actor who sings.)
Dr. Dreyfuss - a neighbor (exceptional character comic, sings 1 number with Chuck.)
Marge MacDougall - A bar acquaintance (funny character woman, must sing.)
Mr. Dobitch, Mr. Kirkeby, Mr. Eichelberger, Mr. Vanderhof, quirky character men who sing in quartet.
Miss Della Hoya, Miss Polansky, and Miss Wong - featured dancers who sing and dance "Turkey Lurkey Time
Featured Ensemble: Karl Kublick, Peggy Olson, Silvia Gilhooley, Dentist's Nurse, Company Nurse, Company Doctor, 
Lum Ding Hostess, Waiter, Madison Square Garden Attendant, Eugene the Bartender, Clancy's Lounge Patrons, 
Clancy's Employees, Helen Sheldrake 

Garden City Community Theatre holds open cast call on Fri, Dec 2 at 7:30pm & Sun, Dec 4 at 2pm at Garden City Community Church, Gardner Hall at the Church, 245 Stewart Ave, Garden City. Adults, young adults, teens and children needed for the Spring 2017 musical production of The Garden City Community Theatre. Those who love to act and sing are encouraged to audition. Bring a head-shot and be prepared to sing. Audition Forms are available at the Church; forms can be found up on the desk located just inside the Church’s Whitehall Boulevard entrance or on audition days. Fill it out and bring it along with you to your audition. The play will take place March 24-26.

Second Stage Productions is auditions for Noises Off on Sat, Dec 3 by appt only. To schedule an audition, email Brian at showauditions@2ndstageproductions.com. You will receive an email with an audition time and further info.  All roles open. Performances in Feb at the Backstage Theatre in Merrick. Visit our website at 2ndstageproductions.com for more info.

EastLine Productions, 2123 Wantagh Ave,Wantagh 11793 auditions for Laura & Barefoot in the Park on Sun, Dec 4 & Wed, Dec 7 @7:30pm. Sides will be provided. All roles open. For further info, call 516-749-5047 or email eastlinetheatre@gmail.com.
Show Breakdowns: 
Laura by Vera Caspary and George Sklar runs Feb 17-19 & 24-26. Directed by Patrick A. Reilly.
A stylish murder mystery set in the very early 1940s NY, which was adapted into one of the most memorable of the 1940's film noirs, starring Gene Tierney and a famous portrait. 3 women. 5 men.
Laura-a stunningly beautiful young woman, the murder victim. (late 20's)
Mark McPherson-the detective, who falls in love with the portrait of the victim. (30's)
Danny Dorgan-Laura's downstairs neighbor, the landlord's son, who had a crush on her (19)
Waldo Lydecker-Theatrical aesthete, Laura's mentor and would-be lover. (40s)
Bessie Clary-Laura's adoring maid. NY Irish (may have brogue). Would do anything for Laura (40s--??)
Shelby Carpenter- Laura's handsome, well-bred, Southern fiance. (30s)
Mrs. Drogan- Laura's landlady, slightly eccentric. (40s)
Olsen- beat cop (20s—30s)
Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon runs March 24-26 & March 31 - April 2. Directed by Matthew Rosenberg.
Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds in every sense of the word. He’s a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer and she’s a free spirit always looking for the latest kick. After a six-day honeymoon, they get a surprise visit from Corie’s loopy mother and decide to play matchmaker during a dinner with their neighbor-in-the-attic, Velasco, where everything that can go wrong, does. Paul just doesn’t understand Corie, as she sees it. It's a fun look at relationships and the complexities of getting along. 
Corie Bratter - a free spirit, newlywed to Paul 
Paul Bratter - a lawyer, newlywed to Corie 
Mrs. Banks - Corie's mother
Victor Velasco - the neighbor in the attic 
Telephone Repair Man
Delivery Man

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport announces Local Auditions for its upcoming production of Jekyll & Hyde at noon on Sat, Dec 3. Richard Dolce, Producing Artistic Director; Vic DiMonda, Associate Producing Director; Leslie Bricusse, book Frank Wildhorn; music; Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse and Steve Cuden lyrics; Paul Stancato, director; Kristen Rosenfeld, musical director; Wojcik/Seay Casting, Casting Office. Daytime rehearsals in NYC: 2/24/17; Open: 3/16/17; Close: 4/30/17. All actors attending either call should prepare to sing 16-32 bars of music in the style of the show. You may sing from Jekyll & Hyde. Bring sheet music in the key in which you would like to sing, an accompanist will be provided. Bring your full book of music and a recent headshot/resume. Bring dance clothes/shoes if asked to stay and dance. Details are below. Union and non-Union actors will be seen. The Producer will run all aspects of this audition.
LOCAL CALL FOR SINGERS WHO DANCE (Northport): Sat, Dec 3 Engeman Theatre, 250 Main St, Northport – Studio 1
11AM – Sign Up for MEN & WOMEN
12PM – Audition Begins
The producer will be actively casting from this call so attendance is highly recommended. If LOCAL ACTORS are unable to attend, send a headshot and resume to Vic DiMonda, c/o The Engeman Theater, 250 Main St, Northport 11768 or email at vdimonda@engemantheater.com Attn: Jekyll & Hyde. SEEKING:
HENRY JEKYLL / EDWARD HYDE Jekyll is a doctor obsessed with discovering the true nature behind the good and evil in man and Emma's fiancée. After he uses an experimental formula on himself, his evil side - Edward Hyde - takes control. As Hyde, he is violent, commanding, and a sexual deviant attracted to Lucy. 28-45 Range: Bb2 - A4 
EMMA CAREW The daughter of Chairman Danvers and Jekyll's beloved fiancée who is refined and desired by all of the socialite men. 20-30, Range: A3 - C6 
LUCY HARRIS The gorgeous 'main attraction' at a local gentleman's club. At the bottom of her luck, she becomes the object of Hyde's obsession. Lucy is feisty and wild, but also cautious and aware. 20-35, Range G#3 - F#5 
GABRIEL JOHN UTTERSON Serves as Jekyll's lawyer and helpful friend. He advises the troubled doctor on personal and professional affairs. 25-45, Range: B2 - F#4 
GENERAL LORD GLOSSOP pompous retired army man and member of the Board of Governors. 40-60, Range: G#3 - C4 
SIMON STRIDE secretary of the Board of Governors and Jekyll's rival for Emma's affections. 25-35, Range: A2 - G4 
SIR DANVERS CAREW Emma's loving father and Chairman of the Board of Governors. A charming and gentle man. 50-70, Range: C3 - F#4
BISHOP OF BASINGSTOKE hypocritical, sadistic man of the cloth & member of the Board of Governors. 40-60, Range:C#3 - G4 
NELLIE - Strong singer to play a prostitute/ dancer at local gentleman's club, The Red Rat. 25-35. Alto or soprano. 
POOLE - Loyal butler to Dr. Jekyll. Actor will also play in ensemble. 40-55. Baritone or tenor.
SIR PROOPS - Serves as Queen's counsel- quick, methodical, all business. 35-55. Baritone.
SPIDER/ SAVAGE- versatile male 30 - 50 to play both roles. SPIDER is a Street denizen who runs The Red Rat Club. Creepy, violent. SAVAGE is an Aristocrat. A man about town who always has more important things to be doing. Baritone
LADY BEACONSFIELD- Wealthy Aristocrat who fancies herself a gossip with never a kind word for anyone. Female 35-55. Mezzo
FEMALE ENSEMBLE - Extremely strong singers who dance (20-35) to play various ensemble parts. Understudies will come from the ensemble. 
MALE ENSEMBLE - Extremely strong singers who dance (20-35) to play various ensemble parts. Understudies will come from the ensemble.

Stagelight Entertainment, the resident theater company of Babylon Citizens Council of The Arts, auditions for COMPANY on Sat, 12/3 from 1-4pm at BACCA; 253 N Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst.  The role of Bobby is cast - all other roles open.  Breakdowns available via www.mtishows.com, where you can find all info for COMPANY. Prepare 32 measures in style of show and may be asked to read from sides. Bring head shot and resume stapled back to back. Director: Rick Grossman / Musical Director: Brian Sweeney. Rehearsals begin o/a 1/16/17. Performances: 3/3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12.  If unable to attend email head shot and resume to rmgrossman1@aol.com.

The Community Synagogue Theater Company, 160 Middle Neck Rd, Port Washington auditions for THE MUSIC MAN on Sun, Dec 4 from 11am-2pm, Mon, Dec 5 from 7-10pm. Callbacks on Thurs, Dec 8. Appts are not necessary. Performances will be at the historic Jeanne Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main, 232 Main St, Pt Washington on Thurs, April 27 @ 7:30PM, Sat, April 29 @ 7:30PM and Sun, April 30 @ 1:30 PM & 5:30 PM. For more info, check www.commsyn.org or TCSTC facebook page: www.facebook.com/thecommunitysynagoguetheatercompany or call 516-883-3144 ext 359. THE MUSIC MAN is a classic flag-waving, feel-good, Americana musical filled with wonderful tunes such as “Seventy Six Trombones”, “Goodnight My Someone” and “Till There Was You.” "Professor" Harold Hill, traveling sales man and con man, convinces the parents of River City to buy instruments and uniforms for their youngsters in order to save them, but chaos ensues and instead “Professor” Harold Hill learns a lesson in moral responsibility from the town's lovely librarian, Marian. Character Breakdown:
Harold Hill Age 30-50 (Baritone: B - High G) A smooth-talking con man and traveling salesman with plenty of charm who tries Iowa after saturating Illinois; falls for Marian. Sings: “Trouble”, “Seventy-six Trombones,” “The Sadder-But-Wiser Girl,” “Marian the Librarian,” “Till There Was You,” & “Goodnight My Someone” reprise.
Marian Paroo Age 25-35 (Soprano Low G to High A) Daughter of Mrs. Paroo, sister to Winthrop. She is the stuffy, librarian and piano teacher in town. She is very learned and defends the “questionable” books that are in the library. While at first dubious of Harold Hill, she succumbs to his charms by the end. Sings: “Piano Lesson,” “Goodnight My Someone,” “My White Knight,” “Will I Ever Tell You?” “Till There Was You,” & “Seventy-six Trombones” reprise.
Marcellus Washburn Age 30-40 (Tenor: G to High A) Marcellus works in town and is dating Ethel Toffelmeir. He knows Harold from a long time ago. When they are reunited in River City, they become fast friends again. He is a comical character. He helps Harold in learning about the town, in setting up the con and in trying to help him get out of town before they figure it all out. Sings: “The Sadder-But-Wiser Girl,” and “Shipoopi,”
Mrs. Paroo Age 50-60 (Mezzo Soprano: A flat to E flat) Widowed, Irish mother to Marian and Winthrop. Sweet homemaker who wants the best for everyone. Gives Marian a lot of advice about finding a man. Sings: “Piano Lesson,”and most of the chorus numbers
Mayor Shinn Age 40-50 The Mayor of River City. Somewhat blustery, pompous, not terribly intelligent. Gets a lot of things wrong! Listens to wife. Protective of daughter, Zaneeta, who he thinks is dating the wrong boy in town. Sings in chorus numbers.
Eulalie Shinn Age 40-50 (Alto: D – D) Mayor Shinn’s wife. Definitely a society lady. Knows everyone in town. Struts like a peacock. Somewhat snooty. Member of every auxiliary organization in town. Has some strange ideas and doesn’t think she looks as ridiculous as she really is. Keeps husband in line. Leads the “Ladies Dance” group in the Grecian Urn. Sings: “Pick-a-Little,” “It’s You,” and all chorus numbers.
Winthrop Paroo Age 8 (Alto, C – E Flat) Marian’s little brother, cute as a button. Does not talk much because of a lisp and missing his dead father. Learns to trust again and is a chatterbox by the end of the show. Sings: “The Wells Fargo Wagon,” and “Gary, Indiana,” plus some chorus numbers.
Amaryllis Age 8 (Alto, C to E) She is the young piano student of Marian’s, and likes Winthrop, but doesn’t understand why he won’t talk to her. The actress does not necessarily have to know how to play the piano. Sings: “Piano Lesson,” and in chorus numbers.
Charlie Cowell Age 30-50 A rival traveling anvil salesman. First seen on train at the start of the show. He returns to town to warn them about Harold and hopefully, make himself a hero and thus earn sales himself. Sings in “Rock Island.”
Zaneeta Shinn Age 14-18 Mayor’s & Eulalie’s daffy teenage daughter. Has a crush on the “bad” boy in town, Tommy. Not rebellious but learning to stand up for herself.
Olin Britt Age 40-60 (Bass) A member of the School Board who does not get along with the other members. Sings with the Quartet.
Ethel Toffelmier Age 30-40 Plays the player piano. Is jolly and friendly. She is dating Marcellus. She does gossip, however, with the other ladies in town. Sings “Pick-a-Little.”
Oliver Hix Age 40-60 (Baritone) A member of the School Board who does not get along with the other members. Married to Alma. Sings in the Quartet.
Alma Hix Age 40-55 Wife to Oliver. Gossipy lady who is a buddy of Eulalie and other “hen/bird” women. Sings “Pick-a-Little.”
Ewart Dunlop Age 40-60 (Baritone) A member of the School Board who does not get along with the other members. Married to Maude. Sings with the Quartet.
Maude Dunlop Age 40-55 Wife to Ewart. Gossipy lady who is a buddy of Eulalie and other “hen/bird” women. Sings “Pick-a-Little.”
Jacey Squires Age 40-60 (Tenor) A member of the School Board who does not get along with the other members. Married to Mrs. Squires. Sings in the Quartet.
Mrs. Squires Age 40-55 Wife to Jacey. Gossipy lady who is a buddy of Eulalie and other “hen/bird” women. Sings “Pick-a-Little.”
Tommy Djilas Age 16-18 A teenager who has a crush on Zaneeta. Wants to do the right thing but is shunned by all because he comes from the “other” side of town so he is considered the “bad” boy in town. Harold befriends him, makes him useful and gives Tommy self-confidence and trust.
Gracie Shinn Young Girl She is the Mayor’s younger daughter, and somewhat of a tomboy and a bit devilish. Sings chorus numbers.
 Actors will be asked to sing and read from sides. If you have a headshot/resume, bring (however it is not necessary) Prepare the following songs:
Harold - Ya Got Trouble
Marcellus - Shipoopi
Winthrop - Gary, Indiana
Marian - Goodnight, My Someone
Ensemble - Wells Fargo Wagon or Happy Birthday
Teens/Tweens - Wells Fargo Wagon or Happy Birthday
Kids – Happy Birthday
Children aged 8 and older are invited to audition. Tweens, teens and young adults are also encouraged to come out for both chorus and featured roles.
Executive Producer Lori Zlotoff
Assistant Executive Producer Missy Halpern
Director Matt DeLuca
Musical Director Michael Janover
Artistic Director Nick Gardella
Choreographer Aislinn Oliveri
Costume Designer Lydia Gladstone
Playbill Missy Halpern/Becky Schamis
Stage Manager Jane Ronis
ASM Diane Heiman
Prop Masters Stuart Werner and Linda Kulla
PR Stephanie Hall
Technical Director Brian Wedeking

Second Stage Productions auditions for bare on Wed, Dec 7 by appt only. To schedule an audition, email Brian at showauditions@2ndstageproductions.com. You will receive an email with an audition time and further info. All roles open. Performances late Jan at the Backstage Theatre in Merrick. Visit our website at 2ndstageproductions.com for more info.

Casting Call for Senior Film: Imagine Barry on  Dec 11 at 6pm at CK Productions 1021 Portion Rd Ronkonkoma. RSVP to imaginebarryfilm@gmail.com to confirm an audition time and receive a side for the audition
Recording location: LI. Experience is pay.  
Director/Writer: Jordan Harff (Five Towns College)  
Synopsis: A short, narrative film about Max, a young man struggling to keep up with both his job and the girl of his dreams. As he struggles to find his inner creativity and imagination as an adult, he is unexpectedly visited by his imaginary friend Barry…who has arrived 25 years or so late. Barry attempts to help Max rediscover the joy of imagination he’s lost since growing up, get a job promotion and propose to his girlfriend in a musical, comedic adventure for all ages featuring puppetry and an original song. Casting for the following role: Barry (Male, 20-35, Tenor/Baritone, Voice-Over Role) 
Character Description:
Barry is a puppet and the imaginary friend of Max. He is exuberant, energetic and fun-loving. His voice should sound natural, almost childlike. Examples include Walter from “The Muppets”, Phineas from “Phineas and Ferb” or Yakko Warner from “Animaniacs”. Barry is the antithesis of childhood imagination and wonder and exudes love and positivity, with a touch of sarcasm and slight adult humor. MUST BE ABLE TO SING IN CHARACTER VOICE Prepare a comedic upbeat Broadway-style song or comedic upbeat Disney-type song. Be prepared to read a side from the original script. Recommended Special Skills:Character voices; Celebrity impressions; Comedic timing Will not appear on camera. This is a voice-over role for the lead puppet role. 

Noel S. Ruiz Theatre at CM Performing Arts Center, 931 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale auditions for SISTER ACTMon, Dec 12 and Tues, Dec 13 at 7:30pm. Prepare 16 bars of music from the show.  All roles are open. Diversity is encouraged and all ethnic groups are welcome to audition. For add'l info, call 631-218-2810 or visit www.CMPAC.com. Show Dates: Sat, Feb 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25 at 8pm; Sun, Feb 26, March 5, 12, 19 at 2pm; Fri, March 3, 10, 17, 24 at 8pm; Wed, March 8 at 7:30pm; Wed, March 15 at 2pm. Director: Patrick Grossman / Choreographer: M.E. Junge Musical / Director: Matthew W. Surico / Stage Manager: Amanda Wenchel. Character Breakdown:
Deloris Van Cartier (20 - 35) A loud, brash character with great comedy timing, excellent singing voice and excellent movement required. This is usually an African-American role but has also been cast as a Caucasian Bronx or Hispanic/Mexican character. Alto/mezzo (vocal range E3 (below middle C) - F#5)  
Eddie (20 - 35) A sweet nervous policeman who dreams of being confident and brave. Good vocals and excellent movement are required. Tenor (vocal range Ab2 - B4)  
Curtis (25 - 45) Gangster club owner who is very smooth, but calculating and violent. Good vocals and minimal movement required. Barry White type voice would be preferable. High baritone (vocal range A2 - Ab4)  
Mother Superior (35 - 70) Firm but fair Senior Nun. Dignified and ladylike. Good vocals with minimal movement required. Alto (vocal range D3 - E5)  
Sister Mary Robert (16 - 30) A young and innocent postulant, shy and quiet until Deloris brings out the best in her. Excellent vocals (a solid ‘belt voice’) and good movement required. Mezzo/soprano with belt vocal range from F#3 (below middle C) - A5  
Monsignor O’Hara (40 - 70) A gentle and kind man who is a bored and uninspired preacher. However he becomes more confident taking on a Las Vegas Compere style character. Not a singing or dancing role.  
Sister Mary Patrick (18 -30) A fun and enthusiastic nun, larger than life character, known for enjoying every minute and, more importantly, every food. Excellent vocals and good movement required. Soprano (vocal range G3 - E6)  
Sister Mary Lazarus (50 -70) Older, crabby choir mistress, snappy and seemingly grumpy. Has to rap and move quiet well. Alto (vocal range F3 - B4) 
Joey (20 - 50) One of Curtis thugs, a gentle giant, wants to please Curtis and be dangerous too but isn’t naturally capable. Good vocals and movement required. Tenor (vocal range Bb2 - Eb5). Strong falsetto would be an advantage.  
TJ (16 - 25) Curtis’ nephew and part of the gang. A young - dumb character. Good vocals and movement required. Tenor (vocal range Db3-Eb5) 
 Pablo (20 - 45) Another of Curtis’ thugs. Speaks mostly Spanish. Thinks he’s a “love god! Good vocals and movement required. High tenor (vocal range C4-F5). Strong falsetto would be an advantage.  
Michelle & Tina (20 - 30) Backing vocalist in Curtis’ club. Excellent vocals and movement required. Will also be part of the Onstage Ensemble Mezzo sopranos (vocal ranges Ab3-F5)  
Ernie One of Curtis’ gangsters; must be able to play a character role. Will also be part of the Onstage Ensemble. Not a singing or dancing role. 
Nuns x11 (Age Range: Any) Good vocals and movement required.  
Female Ensemble (Characters 20 - 55) We are seeking great singers and strong movers of all types, shapes, and sizes. You should have the ability to play various characters and understudy principal roles. All need very strong legit and belt voices. 
Male Ensemble (Characters 20 – 55) We are seeking great singers and strong movers of all types, shapes, and sizes. You should have the ability to play various characters and understudy principal roles. Featured Ensemble Roles Include: Bar Cleaners (Spanish speaking), Bar Patron, Bar Tender, Cab Driver, Cops, Drag Queen, and Pool Player.

Cultural Arts Playhouse, 170 Michael Dr, Syosset auditions for Ghost, the Musical and Sister Act on Dec 13 and Dec 15 at 7:30pm For more info visit www.culturalartsplayhouse.com. Prepare 16-32 bars. Ghost runs March and Sister Act runs in April.

Broadhollow Theatre Company auditions for She Loves Me on Mon and Wed, Dec 19 and 21 at the Bayway Arts Center in E Islip. Prepare 16 bars. Sides will be provided. For further info, call 631-581-2700. 

Merrick Theatre, 2222 Hewlett Ave, Merrick 11566 auditions for HAIR The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical on Tues, Dec 27 and Wed, Dec 28 at 7pm. Callbacks will be held on Jan 2. Those auditioning will be asked to a dance call as well as selected scenes and songs from the piece. The show will be cast in Jan and rehearsals will begin mid-May, rehearsing Sun - Thurs eve until the week before opening. It is encouraged that actors come into the first rehearsal off book on all text. Performs June 24 - July 16: Fri/Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. Come prepared with 16-32 bars in the style of HAIR (singing from the show is also appropriate). This does not need to be a musical theatre cut. Also, provide a headshot, resume and conflict sheet from May through June 23. Video Auditions: in the case that one cannot attend local auditions, videos will be accepted up until the night of Dec 29. Contact director at tr1369@nyu.edu with any questions or for further info. Director: Tommy Ranieri / Choreographer: Bobby Montaniz / Musical Director: Jeremy Kaplan / Stage Manager: Nicholas Cariello / Assistant Stage Manager: Julia Bregy 
Tribe Description: We are looking for a company of 16-20 individuals of many cultures representing the wide array of people who participated in the “Hippie” movement of the 1960’s. More specifically we are looking for dedicated actors who will commit to doing justice to a true group of people who lived an extremely poor lifestyle in harsh conditions. The Tribe represents one of the most concentrated countercultures of American society. All actors will be on stage for the majority of the show and will be highly integrated into each sequence. In some instances, roles were created for actors of a specific ethnicity. In these cases, it is noted in the character description. Note that, as with the original production, some nudity will be a part of these performances. This will be handled respectfully and tastefully to both the actors and audiences. There is no nudity required at the audition. We will be seeking actors 18 and older for the tribe. 
Sheila Franklin: She is a wild and dynamic activist and early feminist leader in the Tribe. A student at NYU. Her passion lies in involvement, be it causes or people. Sheila is in love with Berger, who does not return her feelings. Although she is fierce in her views about politics and societal issues, she is easily manipulated by her attraction for Berger. 
George Berger: He is bright, funny, loud, wild and playful, but one of the most conflicted members of the tribe underneath. Charismatic and entertaining, he loves to make people laugh. He is a good friend of Claude's and a free spirit. Berger is a bit of a showman, corralling the others to do what he wants. He likes to lead the Tribe in various anti-establishment pursuits such as protests, drug use and going against the expectation of society during this era. 
Claude Bukowski: He is gentle, the embodiment of the flower power ethos. A harmonious, ordered, balanced character, artistic, blissed-out, kind and funny. He is born under the defiant sign of Aquarius and is concerned about the war and the state of the human condition. Tolerant and open he loves everyone in the Tribe and provides them with an emotional center. 
Neil “Woof” Donovan: He is sexy, good looking, masculine but with an androgynous quality. A free-love nature freak granola boy. He is truly in love with Jim Morrison of “The Doors”. He is very much in his own world, the embodiment of a canine if he were to be a man. 
Hud: He has an energetic personality, jumping at the opportunity to introduce himself. He is both intellectual and street hip. He scans the New York Times and the East Village. At times, he is like a wise overseer. African-American. 
Jeanie: She wears long hippie dresses and is the earth mother of the group both figuratively and literally as she is pregnant. Dry sense of humor, hippie freak granola woman. Obsessed with Claude. 
Dionne: She is warm and compassionate. A strong presence with a present sense of justice and irony. African-American woman. 
Crissy: She is the youngest tribe member. She is pretty, innocent and vulnerable. Loves the idea of the Tribe, her new chosen family. 
Father/Margaret Mead: Young character actor to play an authoritarian father AND a befuddled female tourist who stumbles upon the tribe and is fascinated by their culture. Must be comfortable in drag. 
THE TRIBE (All Ethnicities/various vocal ranges): This is not a typical musical chorus, as the entire cast is a true ensemble. Tribe members sing lead in many featured songs including “Aquarius”, “Black Boys”, “White Boys”, “Walking in Space”, “Electric Blues”, etc., and play many roles in the show including the principals, parents, historical figures, and more. Energetic, creative performers with heart and passion.

THEATRE BOX auditions for GODSPELL on Jan 23, 25, 27 from 7:30 - 9:30PM upstairs in the Church Parlor/Chapel at United Methodist Church, 35 Verbena Ave, Floral Park 11001. Synopsis: A musical, based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew, a small group of people help Jesus tell different parables by using a wide variety of games, story telling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing. Jesus’ messages of kindness and love come vibrantly to life. Performances: April 21, 22, 23 & 28, 29, 30. Rehearsals start early/mid-Feb and run Mon & Wed eve. Cast: minimum of 5 men/5 women. Age range: open. Must be able to sing & move. Accompanist will be provided. Bring a prepared song 16-32 bars. Additionally may be asked to sing something from GODSPELL. Sides for reading audition will be provided. For more info, email theatreboxinfo@gmail.com or call 516-900-2031.

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Audition for NEXT STOP BROADWAY SHOWCASE at Major NYC Club, Sun, Jan 8 at 4pm with award-winning NYC Music Director Darius Frowner, who plays for Norm Lewis and other major actors. Singers 17 and up. All cast members will sing 2 solos throughout the show and a finale. Private rehearsal with Director and Music Director and finale rehearsal in NYC and one private session in Huntington for direction, scheduled according to cast's availability.  Send resume, head shot and video submissions by Dec 5 singing a full ballad and a full uptempo song to: cabaretsingers@aol.com.

Billboard Players seeking an actor 20s-30s to play Alan Seymour in  William Inge's Picnic. Looking for someone who would be attending graduate school. Chronological age is not a factor; physical appearance is. The play will be presented the last two weeks of April & the first week of May for a total of 8 performances. Rehearsals begin Mon, Feb 13 and will continue every Mon & Thurs from 7:30-10:30pm. For further info/questions, phone the director, Louis, at 347-235-0972 or email: Louisvfucilo@aol.com.  

Spirit Productions Dinner Theater play Tis The Season to Die is still looking to cast three (3) women for its Feb 25 presentation at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Lake Ronkonkoma.  Audition appts may be made by emailing Fr. Col Carmiencke at allimar@optimum.net or leaving voice mail at 631-567-4979.
SCENARIO: The Annual Holiday Office Party and Dinner of the Best-Toys Toy and Game Manufacturing Corporation; The company has been under attack by different religious groups because of Seasonal Projects aimed at making toys and games marketed for the special holidays such as Christmas, Chanukkah, Kwanzaa, and at times Rhamadan.
IRIS DONALDSON: Executive Secretary to Toy Company’s CEO. She thinks of herself as being sexy and likes to needle men with it. She is unbeknownst to the others as the younger sister of Nicky Scavare.
CAROLYN SCOTT: She is the wife of Toy Company’s CEO, who has kept her maiden name. She is a very jealous person and imbibes too much. She’s in charge of the personal gift’s presented to the members of the Staff which are intended to be given out with bonus checks.
NICKY SCAVARE: The newly appointed head of Corporation’s Security and present at the office party because there have been threat’s against the Company’s CEO. Unbeknownst to the others she is the older sister of Iris Donaldson.

Actresses, all ages, wanted to perform in Suffolk County playsSome stipends available. If interested contact Bruce at hobo19@verizon.net, or 631-368-3012.


Great Neck Library is seeking an energetic, flexible, motivated individual who will provide leadership and professional expertise in managing our acclaimed Levels Cultural Arts Center for Teens
Required Skills and Experience: 
Master’s Degree preferred, Bachelor’s Degree required 
Proven Success in managing organized youth program 
Demonstrated expertise in teaching one or more of the following disciplines:  
Performing or Visual Arts, Music, and/or Technology 
Minimum of 2-3 years of Supervisory Experience 
Self-starter with strong organizational, computer and outreach skills
Schedule: Full time – 35 hours/week, evening shifts, Mon-Thurs, 3pm – 10pm Fri and/or Sat, 5pm – midnight 
Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and education - Plus full benefits package 
Reply with resume and cover letter via email by Dec 2 to:  
Holly Coscetta Administrative Assistant to the Director Great Neck Library 
516-466-8055, ext. 201

Costume America is seeking a part time costume assistant. This is a very diversified position. Duties include laundry, answering phones, assisting customers in the store, pulling and prepping costumes for pickup/shipping, restocking, etc. Sewing skills are a HUGE plus. Email resume to info@costumeamerica.com to apply. DO NOT CALL. Costume America is a costume rental house with a small retail store front located on the Nassau/Suffolk border. We specialize in children's and school theatre but accommodate everyone. We ship all over the country and are consistently producing new costumes in house.

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance seeks Musical Theatre Teacher with excellent dance skills, physical condition, and superior choreography skills. Must have a pleasant demeanor and be a team player. Must live in Nassau or Queens and have own transportation. Must have experience teaching in a dance school. 15 - $30. Classes in place and ready to teach. Call 516-225-1088 or email musicalgrl2003@gmail.com.

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is seeking an Assistant Technical Director. This is a full-time, paid position. Start asap. Email resume to Tim Moran: wookietek@yahoo.com
The Assistant Technical Director (ATD) is a member of the Production Department and reports to the Technical Director and by extension the Director of Production. The ATD assists the Technical Director with the daily operation of the Production Department and the productions, presentations, and related activities of the Engeman Theater.
• Assist the Technical Director with budgeting, scheduling, building, loading in, and striking all main stage and peripheral shows
• Supervising the lighting department- including managing light hangs, strikes, and maintenance. Also, board operation, and knowledge of movers and led's 
• Attend all tech and dress rehearsals.
• Evening and weekend work is required for this position at times
• Knowledge of lighting- including board operation, moving lights, led's, and maintenance.
• Knowledge of audio and video are a plus
• Product, material, pricing, and logistics research skills 
• Working knowledge of current safety standards 
• Basic computer proficiency
• Experience working in a unionized stage environment is a plus
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work on multiple projects with tight deadlines
• A positive attitude while working under pressure 
• A valid driver's license and your own transportation is required

BroadHollow Theatre is seeking stage managers for our upcoming winter season. Interested parties should email a resume to roneillbht@aol.com A stipend is provided.

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 - mymiss@aol.com

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.
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