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Gingersnap, a video production and post production company, which produces videos for advertising agencies is producing a 'spec' commercial for Lipton Ice Tea. If Lipton likes it, they will use it as a commercial on the web with potential to be broadcasted. It will be shot in the director's backyard in Kings Park. The scene is an all American backyard barbecue celebrating Memorial Day and everyone is drinking Lipton. Need to cast ASAP as we will be shooting Fri, Sept 5 or Sun, Sept 7. Casting in Kings Park on Fri, 8/29, all day and Sat, 8/30 from 10am-2pm. Call Aubrey Smyth, CEO/Director Gingersnap 631-375-8103. www.gingersnapnyc.com
Lipton Iced Tea Commercial "Surprise Summer Splash"
Young girl age 7-10 (main character)
Young girl age 7-10 (main character)
Young boy age 9-10 (supporting role)
2 or 3 pairs of Mom & Dad (speaking roles)
Grandma and Grandpa
2-3 Women in 20s
2-3 Men in 20s
Teenagers & Extras
Looking to have all different nationalities
The Patchogue Theater seeks one male thirty-something actor/singer for a Sept 17 paid performance. Call Howard ASAP at (631) 675-0565 for audition appt. More info about the show is here: http://patchoguetheatre.com/event/Welcome-Home-Bienvenido-a-Casa/4109
TBT Jr. Players seeks a musical director for our production of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Auditions are Mon and Tues, Sept 8 and 9 from 7-9pm. Rehearsals are Sun from 12:30-3:30pm and Mon and Tues from 7:30-9pm. Performance dates are Sat, Dec 6 and 13 at 7:30pm and Sun, Dec 7 and 14 at 4:30pm. If interested, call Louise at (516) 521-4505.
Eastline Productions, 2123 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh is looking for two men to play Michael and Alan in Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage. 40’s—early 50’s. (Each has an 11 year old son). Performance dates Sept 19, 20, 21 and 26, 27 and 28.
Michael (James Gandolfini on B'way) is an entrepreneur, rough around the edges, who sells kitchen and bathroom supplies
Alan (Jeff Daniels on B'way) is a slick corporate attorney for a pharmaceuticals company
They and their wives (these roles are already cast) meet to discuss a playground incident where one of their sons hit the other with a stick, dislodging several teeth. Despite good intentions, the discussions degenerate quickly and the two couples wind up fighting to dark comic effect. For more info or to schedule a reading, email the director, Patrick A. Reilly, at ProfHiggins1757@aol.com.
Township Theatre Group is casting two male roles in Murder on the Nile: William Smith, 25-40 years and Steward/McNaught (a combined role), any age. Production dates Oct 25 - Nov 2. Call 631-889-7213 for info and appt.
Major motion picture shooting in Nassau Co, looking for 6 - 10 interns for immediate placement. Excellent experience, no pay. Send resume to MCAPTheatre@aol.com asap for consideration
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(in some semblance of chronological order followed by ongoing recruitment/undated calls & technical opportunities)
Ivy Lane Players is auditioning for Maxwell Anderson's The Bad Seed, adapted from the 1954 novel by writer William March. Directed by Henry Brewer. Audition Dates: Aug 28 from 7:30-10:30pm (outside doors will be locked at 9pm) at the Levittown Public Library, 1 Bluegrass La, Levittown (off Hempstead Tpke) in the Community Room, Room A/B. Direct access is from the rear of the Library building. See Library webpage for directions. Performances: Fri/Sat Evenings, Nov 14, 15, 21, 22. Sun Matinees on Nov 16 & 23. Call (516) 884-6025 if accommodations outside scheduled auditions are requested. Character descriptions: Show is being set in the post-WWII American South. Some characters will have to have Southern accents.
Hortense Daigle: A later-in-life mother for the times. Devastated from the loss of her only child, Claude, she has turned to the bottle to numb the pain. A working woman (a hairdresser), around Christine Penmark, she is upset and confused and acutely aware of their differences in class and education.
Dwight Daigle: Hortense's husband. Quiet, suffering just as much by Claude's death, he has to witness his wife's breaking down from the grief. He remains strong for her and does not allow himself to grieve in public as his wife does. Is apologetic for Hortense's all-encompassing grief and suffering. Is aware of her drinking and is both protective and embarrassed about it.
Miss Fern: Headmistress of the local exclusive private schoo. A genteel spinster who, with her sister, runs the school with an iron fist in a velvet glove. A deceptively steely character, who expects proper behavior from her charges and their parents and sees and comprehends far more than she cares to reveal.
Reginald Tasker: A crime writer with an encyclopedic knowledge of serial killers. Unmarried. Friend of Emory and Christine and an admirer of her father, journalist Richard Bravo.
Leroy Jessup: Breedlove's building's super. Monica's employee. Married with 3 children. A sullen, sly, embittered, cunning man who is not educated, but has an innate sense of what people really are. Suspects Rhoda is not at all what she seems to be to everyone else and taunts her, creating great tension between them.
Monica Wages Breedlove: The Penmarks' on-site landlady. Garrulous, kindly, good-natured childless middle-aged divorcee who lives with her brother Emery. She is a no-nonsense can-do type (Eve Arden type) who underwent analysis almost as a fad and is filled with lots of self-humor. Convinced of her own innate analytic ability to see beneath the surface. She owns the house where the Penmark family are tenants and is an honorary "Aunt" to Rhoda, on whom she dotes.
Emory Wages: A confirmed bachelor who resides with his sister Monica in the same building as the Penmarks. While Monica talks enough for the two of them, he can hold his own in a conversation and is not as interested in being the center of attention. A quiet, thoughtful man who has little interest or need to become involved with Rhoda anywhere near to the extent that Monica does.
Rhoda Penmark: Christine's and Kenneth's daughter/ Richard Bravo's granddaughter. [Character is about 8 years old but a petite older child-actress (up to age 13) will be considered.] Outwardly perfect, sweet and charming to her parents and "Aunt" Monica. Is always polite and nicely dressed. Is extremely bright and probably smarter than most of the adults around her, except for Miss Fern and Leroy. She is calculating but with a child's inexperience.
Col. Kenneth Penmark: Christine's husband /Rhoda's father / Richard Bravo's son-in-law. Straight-arrow military man used to being called away from home on a moment's notice, he misses his beloved wife and "perfect" daughter.
Christine Bravo Penmark: Kenneth's wife/Richard Bravo's daughter/ Rhoda's mother. A gracious, loving wife and mother who suspects her own past is not what her father has let her believe and is torn and devastated when she confirms the truth about Rhoda and her own history.
Richard Bravo: Christine's widowed father/Rhoda's grandfather/Kenneth's father-in-law. Previously a well-known crime writer, then a war correspondent, now a newspaperman. Crusty, irascible but kind-hearted. Deeply loving and devoted to Christine and to Rhoda.
Messenger and Radio Announcer: two roles defined by the requirements of these occupations.
Chamber of Horrors New York auditions on Fri, Aug 29 @ 7PM & Sat, Aug 30 @ 11AM at Matt Guiliano's Play Like a Pro, 1745 Express Dr N, Hauppauge. Bring yourself and be prepared to improv with the other actors. This is more of a fun group audition where we can see how you interact with strangers. This is a fun Halloween position for experienced actors (preferred, but not required). We are open every weekend in Oct (starting on Oct 3) and Nov 1 & 2 (Dead of Night Event). *YOU MUST be at least 18 YEARS OF AGE to work this event.* Do not attend the audition if you are not prepared to be in front of your fellow actors at the audition. Do not attend if you do not plan to work every weekend. We need actors who can commit to the entire season and the weekend before Halloween is the busiest weekend. (Actors MAY NOT miss the weekend of Oct 24 - 26…this is not negotiable!) Actors must be able to take direction well and be in a loud, dark environment for hours at a time complete with strobe lights, fog and special effects. THIS IS A PAID POSITION (To be discussed at the audition). If you wish to wear a costume, feel free! Freaks welcome! Any questions, contact Ally Antun (Casting Director) email@example.com
ISLAND PARK THEATRE GROUP IN CONCERT WITH THE ISLAND PARK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT RECREATION DEPARTMENT AUDITIONS FOR The Wizard of Oz on WED & THURS, SEPT 3 & 4 AT 6:30PM. CHILDREN (7 YRS AND OLDER) AND ADULTS. BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE. BRING SHEET MUSIC - AN ACCOMPANIST WILL BE PROVIDED. A CD PLAYER WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE. PERFORMANCE DATES: NOV 14, 15, 21, 22 AND 23. AUDITIONS, REHEARSALS AND PERFORMANCES AT LINCOLN ORENS MIDDLE SCHOOL, 150 TRAFALGAR BLVD, ISLAND PARK. REHEARSALS BEGIN SEPT 10. IPTG MEMBER/ REGISTRATION FEE/ COSTUME FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CAST MEMBERS. ADULTS $25, CHILDREN $15, FAMILY $35. PRODUCED BY JOHN CESTARO, BARBRA RUBIN-PERRY, MONICA GERAND, MARTI RENOUD-DIPAOLA AND DANA FEMINELLA. DIRECTOR - ANDREW UPBIN, MUSICAL DIRECTOR - RENEÉ SOCCI, ASST DIRECTOR - BARBRA RUBIN-PERRY. FOR ADD'L INFO, CALL (516) 554-6295 OR EMAIL ISLANDPARKTHEATERGROUP@yahoo.com
Long Beach Theatre Guild auditions for Woody Allen's Don't Drink The Water on Thurs, Sept 4 at 7:30pm & Sun, Sept 7 at 3PM at Temple Emanu-el, 455 Neptune Blvd, Long Beach. Performances - Sat, Nov 8 & 15 at 7:30PM, Sun, Nov 9 & 16 at 3PM. Directed by Richard Buckley. Call 516.432.2600 or visit our website at http://www.lbtg.org/. Synopsis: Takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. An American tourist, a caterer by trade, and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture taking. It's not much of a refuge. The ambassador is absent and his son, now in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador's son and the caterer's daughter even have time to fall in love.
Cast of Characters:
WALTER HOLLANDER- high strung tourist from New Jersey
MARION HOLLANDER- his long-suffering wife
SUSAN HOLLANDER- “Greenwich- Village” type daughter
AXEL MAGEE- inept son of the Ambassador, left in charge of running the Embassy
AMBASSADOR MAGEE - efficient diplomat called away from the Embassy
KILROY- Ambassador’s assistant; governmental employee
FATHER DROBNEY- Priest who tries prides himself on being a Magician
KROJACK- KGB officer
CHEF- excitable, creative-type cook with an accent
SULTAN OF BASHIR- important oil sheik
SULTAN’S FIRST WIFE- submissive, veiled wife
COUNTESS BORDONI- eccentric wealth guest
Volunteers needed to perform during Edgar Allan Poe Festival - calling all dancers, actors, performers, musicians and all those that enjoy theatrics. The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association needs you to pack the streets donned in your best costume, chill the audience with spooky stories and thrill parades-goers during the first-ever Edgar Allan Poe Festival this Halloween season. During the three-day family-oriented celebration, the streets of downtown Riverhead will be transformed into a dark and mysterious world, inhabited by street performers portraying Mr. Poe himself, as well as many of his infamous literary characters such as Lenore, Roderick Usher, Prince Prospero, Annabelle Lee and more. So practice your vocals and brush off your old Halloween costume. Auditions and volunteer signups are scheduled for Sat, Sept 6 from 3 - 8pm at the Hyatt Place East End, 451 E Main St, Riverhead. Festival runs from Oct 31 - Nov 2. For add'l info call 631-654-1888. Sal St. George, Creative Director.
James Street Players, 21 James St, Babylon Village, auditions for SCROOGE THE MUSICAL on Sun, Sept 7 at 2pm. Rehearsals: Sun 2-5pm, Mon & Wed 7:30-10pm. The parts of Scrooge & Bob Cratchit are cast. All other parts open. For more info contact Deborah Cascio Plezia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Directed by Deborah Cascio Plezia
Fri Nov 21, Sat Nov 22 at 8pm
Sun Nov 23 at 3pm
Tues Nov 25 at 8 pm
Fri Nov 28, Sat Nov 29 at 8pm
Sun Nov 30 at 3pm
SONGS FOR A CURE, an annual musical revue to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, is seeking SINGERS and DANCERS for solos, duets, and company numbers in our fall production. A compilation of B'way-style songs & dances to inspire hope and courage in the face of adversity, all SFAC proceeds go to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in loving memory of Rob Bjornson and 8-year-old Delaney Brown. Auditions:Sun, Sept 7 & Mon, Sept 8, at Levittown Hall (201 Levittown Pkwy, Hicksville). Kids - 7PM. Adults - 8:30-10PM. Prepare 16 bars of a B'way-style song (uptempo and/or ballad) and come ready for dance! Performances are Fri, Nov 21, Sat, Nov 22, and Sun, Nov 23 at Wisdom Lane Middle School in Levittown. Visit www.songsforacure.com for more info and email email@example.com with any questions.
The School Of Singing, 461 Rockaway Ave, Valley Stream 11581 auditions for A CHRISTMAS CAROL a new musical based on Charles Dickens on Sun, Sept 7, beginning at 2pm. Cast call for ages 5 to adults. Rehearsals on Weds beginning Sept 24 at 7pm-9:30pm. Be prepared to attend weekend rehearsals when asked. Younger children will be dismissed at an earlier time. Performances the wknd of Dec 12. Prepare to sing at least 32 bars of a musical theatre song and bring sheet music (Accompanist will be provided). Dancing a plus for singers. In addition, we are auditioning dancers for TAP and JAZZ dance numbers in the show. Bring your own instrumental music with tap and jazz shoes to present a short routine in both disciplines. Bring headshot and resume if available. Visit www.theschoolofsinging.com/musical-theatre/ or call 516-252-4114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further info.
All ROLES ARE OPEN
Lead/Ensemble performance roles ages 5 to adults
Belle - Female
Ghost of Christmas Past - Female
Dance performance roles ages 10 to adults males and females
Live Performance Artists and Groups needed to perform at the Sept 14, 11AM-5PM Mineola Street Fair. Professional Sound and back line provided. Open auditions 7-9PM on Tues, Sept 9 at Piccola Bussola, 159 Jericho Tpke, Mineola 11501. Bring a recorded or live sample of what you or your group does, PR materials and contact info. We seek to INCLUDE all who show up to do their personal best. Questions/ Volunteer: Sheila (516) 873-9339 or email@example.com
Northport-E. Northport Community Theater auditions for FIDDLER ON THE ROOF on Tues, Sept 9 - Adults only, Wed/Thurs, Sept 10, 11 - Adults & Students. All auditions Begin at 7:30pm. Come prepared to sing 16 measures (bring sheet music) Orchestra (we have a full pit) & Crew volunteers can also sign up these nights. SHOW DATES: Nov 14, 15, 16; 21, 22, 23 (Fri/Sat Curtain @ 8; Sun Curtain at 2) Brosnan Center Auditorium (Northport Schools Admin Bldg), 158 Laurel Ave, Northport. Info, Tickets, Etc. - contact Producer Bette Silver, 631-896-5970, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.northportcommunitytheater.org
Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts auditions for The Wizard of Oz on Sat, Sept 13 from 10AM - 2PM (see time breakdowns below) at 2 E Main St, Smithtown. ALL ROLES ARE OPEN. Performances are Nov 15 - January 25. Visit our web site Smithtownpac.org to see the performance schedule. All those cast must be available for a Thurs Matinee Nov 20. Rehearsals will begin mid-Sept and will be every Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs afternoon and/or evening and on weekends. We are considering ALL AGES 7+. Stipends available for performers 16 and up – Equity Guest Artist contracts available as needed. For add'l info email ONLY MelissaSPAC@gmail.com DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE. THEY HAVE NO INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE. Director/Choreographer: Melissa Rapelje / Music Director: Francis Lees
Dorothy Gale- Female. Will consider girls of all ages who can convincingly play early teens. Young, innocent, sweet. A true heart. Can be vulnerable, but very determined, is stronger than she realizes. Excellent vocals with a comfortable G to B flat range.
Aunt Em/Glinda- Female. Aunt Em: Hard-scrabble, prairie stock, no-nonsense farm woman with a big heart. Glinda: Epitome of the mature heroine from which goodness flows unceasingly. Has a twinkling eye. Strong legit vocals with a range from A to D.
Prof. Marvel/Oz- Male. Marvel: Slightly befuddled, very kindly, warm and friendly ‘snake oil salesman’ type. The Great Oz: Befuddled ‘absent minded professor’ with a loving heart. Can be fearsome when in disguise. Ensemble singing.
Elmira/Wicked Witch of the West- Female. Elmira: Severe spinster with a knack for making enemies. Wicked Witch of the West: The quintessential witch complete with cackle, broomstick, and a wicked sense of humor. She loves being bad and is good at it. Ensemble singing.
Zeke/Cowardly Lion- Male. Zeke: Friendly farmhand, always a bit nervous and occasionally the brunt of a few jokes. Lion: ‘King of the Forest’ fighting hard to be ferocious, when he’s scared of his own shadow. Strong singer/dancer. Comedic ability essential. Baritone.
Hickory/Tin Man- Male. Hickory: Practical joke-loving farmhand. Tin Man: Slightly sad and sentimental man, hopelessly in love with a girl. Strong singer/dancer. Tap dancing a PLUS. Bari/tenor.
Hunk/Scarecrow- Male. Hunk: Happy farm hand that fancies himself a thinker. Scarecrow: Dorothy’s floppy, fun-loving friend and protector. Empty headed but longs for brains. Strong singer/dancer. Bari/tenor.
Ensemble- Munchkins, Winkies, Ozians, Crows, Winged Monkeys, Winkie Guards, Poppies, etc. We will be casting an Adult Ensemble & a Children’s Ensemble Ages 7+.
Children’s Ensemble. Dance/Voice Auditions. Dance Audition - bring jazz/ballet shoes or sneakers. Anyone in socks or barefoot will not be permitted on stage. All will be asked to sing after the dance call. Be prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a song in the style of the show that showcases your vocal range. An accompanist will be provided; No a cappella singing allowed. Bring Headshot/Resume & sheet music. May be released before NOON.
All Adult Roles & Ensemble. Vocal Auditions. Be prepared to sing 32 bars of a song in the style of the show that showcases your vocal range. Have another contrasting selection ready. An accompanist will be provided; No a cappella singing allowed. Those auditioning for Oz or The Wicked Witch are welcome to prepare a 1 minute monologue in addition to your vocal selection. Bring headshot/resume & sheet music. Callbacks: Sun, Sept 14 by appt: Adult Roles/Ensemble Only.
SoLuna Studio (659 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge) auditions for its Main Stage production of AVENUE Q on Sat, Sept 13 from 11am-3pm OR Sun, Sept 14 from 6-9pm. YOU MUST CALL TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION 631-761-6602. Prepare 32 bars of a song from Avenue Q or the same musical genre. Seeking Ages 16-40. Rehearsals are Mon & Thurs eve and some Sat afternoons. PERFORMANCES will be Jan 9-25 (Fri/Sat at 8pm and Sun at 3pm) - (www.solunastudiony.com) ALL ROLES OPEN
CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for PETER PAN On Mon and Tues, Sept 15 and 16 at 6PM for Children and 7:30PM for Adults. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810. Director Patrick Grossman / Music Director Matt Surico / Stage Mgr Amanda Wenchel
Wendy 10 – 16 lead
Peter Pan Previously cast
Captain Hook 30 – 50 lead
John 8 – 15 supporting
Michael 5 – 12 supporting
Mr. Darling 35 – 45 supporting
Mrs. Darling 35 – 45 supporting
Nana 8 – 18 supporting
Smee 20 – 40 supporting
Tiger Lily 10 – 16 supporting
Slightly Soiled male 5 – 15 cameo
Tootles male 5 – 15 cameo
Nibs male 5 – 15 cameo
First Twin male 5 – 15 cameo
Second Twin male 5 – 15 cameo
Bill Jukes 18 – 40 cameo
Gentleman Starkley cameo
Mullins male cameo
Cecco male cameo
Noodler male cameo
Cookson male cameo
Skylights male cameo
Panter male 12 – 21 cameo
Crocodile 6 – 18 cameo
Fairies, Birds, Animals, Indian Braves, Mermaids chorus
Peter Pan tells the story of a mischievous little boy who refuses to grow up. Peter spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as leader of his gang, the Lost Boys. The show's adventures begin when Peter teaches Wendy and her brothers how to fly and invites them to come with him to Never-Never-Land.
The Alumni Association of Dowling College, 150 Idle Hour Blvd, Oakdale is hosting their first ever Night of the Arts Fundraiser on Sat, Nov 1 in the Performing Arts Center from 5-9pm as a Cabaret-style performance. This fundraiser will be raising money for our association to hold add'l exciting alumni events for the college. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DOWLING COMMUNITY TO AUDITION. We are seeking different acts from song to dance to acting to poetry to comedy and any other various talents you may have to offer! We are seeking singers, dancers, musicians, actors, et. for this cabaret performance. Audition with the piece you would like to perform in the show. Piano accompaniment will be provided. Bring sheet music. If you audition with a CD or ipod, YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN PLAYER. One will not be provided. There will be 2- 3 group numbers that have yet to be determined and are optional to participate in. Rehearsal dates will be discussed as per the audition meeting. Email Meg Pascal at Mep5@dowling.edu or Jim Rhodes at email@example.com for any questions regarding the show/rehearsal/auditions. Produced by Jim Rhodes / Directed by Meg Pascal / Musical Direction by Ron Armanini. Audition on Fri, Sept 19 from 5pm - 9pm, Alumni Office Racanelli 317A.
Merrick Theatre and Center for the Arts to hold auditions for Annie, High School Musical and 101 Dalmations for our Family Theatre on Sept 22 at 7pm. Needed for Annie are children 6-10yrs old and adults 16yrs & up. Needed for High School Musical - 16yrs and up. Needed for 101 Dalmations are children 6-10yrs and adults 16yrs and up. For info, call us 516-868-6400.
THEATRE THREE, 412 Main Street, Port Jeff auditions YOUNG PEOPLE’S AUDITIONS FOR Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL on Tues, Sept 23 at 7pm. Readings are provided [sides can be downloaded at the theatre’s website]. A Christmas carol “Christmas Is Coming”) will be taught. Performances Nov 15 – Dec 27. We will be double casting nine roles (for a total of eighteen young people). Rehearsals begin late Sept and are weeknights (beginning at 7pm) and weekend mornings and/or afternoons. Young people must appear in half of the performances, including the student matinees. Director:Jeffrey Sanzel. Musical Director:Ellen Michemore. Stage Manager:Peter Casdia Call (631) 928-9202 or visit http://www.theatrethree.com/jcd_site/auditions.html for further info.
Sid Jacobson Community Players auditions for The Sound of Music on Sept 29 or Oct 6, 8-10pm at Sid Jacobson JCC, 300 Forest Dr, Roslyn. Callbacks TBA. Directed by Rich Buckley, Music Directed by Steve Belfer, Choreographed by Lisbeth Wolgel. Performances are Jan 31, Feb 1, 7, 8. Come prepared to sing from classic musical theatre repertoire. For more info, contact Susan Kalman, producer- 516-484-1545, ext. 110, firstname.lastname@example.org
All Roles Open (except Maria):
Captain von Trapp-male baritone, 40-60 years
Mother Abbess- female soprano, 40-70 years
Max Detweiler- male baritone, 30-55 years
Elsa Schrader-female alto, 30-40 years
Rolf Gruber- male baritone, 16-20 years
Liesl- female mezzo, 15-18 years
Friedrich- male, 13-15 years
Louisa- female,12-14 years
Kurt- male, 8-12 years
Brigitta- female, 8-10 years
Marta-female, 6-9 years
Gretl-female, 5-7 years
Sister Berthe- female mezzo
Sister Sophia- female mezzo
Sister Margaretta- female mezzo
Admiral von Shreiber
Star Playhouse auditions for 12 Angry Men on Sun, Oct 19 and Mon, Oct 20 at 7:30PM, with callbacks on Wed, Oct 22 @ 7:30PM. Show dates are Sat: Jan 10 and 24; Sun: Jan 11, 18 and 25. There are 13 men in the cast, ages 21 and up. All roles are open. If you have any questions, contact J. Timothy Conlon - Director at 631-940-2005, or Cooky and Lenny Klein - Co-Producers at 631-667-7427.
CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for BRING IT ON The Musical on Mon and Tues, Oct 20 and 21 at 7:30PM. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810. Director, Patrick Grossman / Music Director, John Farrel / Choreographer, Patrick Grossman / Stage Mgr, Karen Tese. Roles:
Campbell – Female 18-30 Caucasian
Danielle – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Randall – Male 18-30 All Ethnicities
Eva – Female 18-30 Caucasian
Bridget – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Nautica – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
La Cienega – Males & Females 18-30 All Ethnicities
Cameron – Male 18-30 African American, Hispanic
Steven – Male 18 - 30 Caucasian
Kylar – Female 18-30 All Ethnicities
Skylar – Female 18 -30 Caucasian
Twig – Male 18-30 All Ethnicities
Dancers/cheerleaders - Male and Female 18 - 30 All Ethnicities
Two squads. Two schools. One mission: claim the title at the National Cheerleading Championships. The high-stakes world of competitive cheerleading meets the cutthroat rivalries of high school politics and romance in this bold and explosive new musical comedy. How do you learn to be true to your team and to yourself? Sometimes it's got to get ugly before it gets pretty. Game on!
Theatre By The Bay auditions for The Sound Of Music on Tues, Nov 4 & Wed, Nov 5 at 7PM at Bay Terrace Garden Jewish Center, 13-00 209th St, Bayside 11360. We need Men, Women, Teens, Children. There are numerous acting, singing, dance roles. Rehearsals begin in Dec. Performances set for first three wknds of March. Director:Lawrence F. Bloom, Musical Director:Alan Baboff, Choreographer:Chery Manniello
For add'l info visit: TheatreByTheBayNY.com or call (718) 428-6363
CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale auditions for HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING on Mon and Tues, Dec 15 and 16 at 8pm. Prepare 16 bars of music and be prepared to read and move. 631-218-2810. Director Danny Amy / Music Director Matt Surico / Choreographer Jen Amy / Stage Mgr Barbara Tiernan. Roles:
J. Pierrepont Finch tenor 18 – 30 lead
Rosemary mezzo 18 – 30 lead
J.B. Biggley baritone 50 – 70 supporting
Smitty mezzo 25 – 35 supporting
Frump baritone 18 – 30 supporting
Miss Jones soprano 45 – 75 supporting
Mr. Twimble baritone 50 – 80 supporting
Hedy LaRue mezzo 21 – 35 supporting
Gatch spoken 30 – 60 cameo
Bratt baritone 30 – 50 cameo
Miss Krumholtz mezzo 30 – 65 cameo
Ovington spoken 35 – 65 cameo
Wally Womper baritone 55 – 90 cameo
Executives & Secretaries 19 – 70 chorus
The hero is a window washer named J. Pierrepont Finch. After Finch happens upon a book entitled 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying', he decides to begin his rise up the corporate ladder. Following the instructions of the book, Finch lands a job in the mailroom at the World Wide Wicket Company. With the help of his handy book, Finch quickly gains promotions and outsmarts his rival, Frump - who also happens to be the boss's nephew. Finch then gains the love of Rosemary, a secretary at the company. In the end, however, after Finch's ad campaign goes awry, the book can no longer help him. He is forced to rely on his own wits overcome the odds!
♫♪♫♪ ONGOING/UNDATED CAST CALLS ♫♪♫♪
(starting with the most recently received)
Casting adult male and female dancers to perform live in the Party Scene of the Adjkun Ballet Theatre’s production of Nutcracker, Dec 2014. Choreographer: Martha Merideth. Rehearsals will be held 31 Ira Rd, Syosset. There will be 8 performances at Manhattan theatre venues and 2 performances in New Rochelle. Call (516) 921-2912 for private interview and tryout.
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. is casting the leading role of Trevor Graydon in their upcoming production of Thoroughly Modern Millie running Oct 10 through Nov 23 (approx 25 performances within that time period. For an audition appt, call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail plaza email@example.com. Per performance stipend offered.
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 The Music of Our Lives, featuring the best of Broadway and popular music. Nicolina Sciascia will choreograph. Call or text Gary Dana at (516) 946-7207 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to audition.
Royal Family is a movie production team currently working on short films and movies. We have a web series in production called, “After You Left”. We have so much more to come. At some point, we are aiming for Netflix and film festivals and eventually Hollywood. Check out our work by visiting our Youtube page, https://www.youtube.com/user/UtopianC. We will be hosting open auditions for actors on Mons, Weds and Suns. Contact us for more info & for the location, time, and date. 631-647-0397 / 631-522-3339 / Email: Agyapongteddy@yahoo.com
Theatre Time Productions is seeking 5 men (ages 20's-60's) and 3 women (ages 30's-50's) for their Fall production of the suspense thriller Night Watch. To schedule an immediate audition, call 347-358-8102. Performances at The Colonial Church of Bayside Oct 18, 19, 24, 25, 26. *the part of Elaine Wheeler has been already cast*
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks multitalented actors with weekday availability for their 2014-15 arts in education series featuring The Littlest Witch, Pinkalicious, Frosty the Snowman, Scrooge, Charlotte’s Web, The Wizard of Oz, and A Year with Frog and Toad. Per performance stipend offered. For an audition appt, call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail www.plazatheatrical.com.
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John W. Engeman Theater is seeking a Wardrobe Assistant for their 2014-15 Season which is already underway. Wardrobe Assistant must have prior experience in dressing a quick change, alterations, and costume maintenance . Any wig training is also a plus. Candidates must be able to facilitate quick changes during performances as well as handle minor alterations and repairs, laundry, pressing and steaming of costumes. Must possess quick problem solving skills, great organizational ability and must work well in a team environment. Candidates must provide their own transportation to the theater in Northport and must be available for daytime and evening hours. Schedule will vary depending on the production. Submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com. No phone calls.
Merrick Theatre and Center for The Arts is looking for teachers to teach our after-school theatre arts program. Must have experience in theatre arts. If interested, call Tommy or JoAnne at 516-665-3127.
Theatre Box of Floral Park - Come on kids! Let's put on a show!
As theater is all about working together, there are lots of positions necessary to put on a successful show. The following is a list of the positions and a brief description. If you are interested in becoming involved, even if you have no experience, email us to find out more.
Light Technician: Help create the mood of the shows, work the light board, and maybe even hang some lights
Sound Technician: Add that special something by giving the play depth, work the sound board and help the actors find that motivation
Back-Stage-Hands: Be behind the scenes, working with the Stage Manager to get those sets and props where they need to be
Stage Manager: Work closely with the director, attend every rehearsal, and be organized, organized, organized
Box Office: our first line to the public, you should be good with making change, and handling lines of people
Refreshments: our second line to the public, you should be personable, accommodating, and friendly
Contact us if you are interested in any of these volunteer jobs, and remember, you don't have to have any experience. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find out more at www.theatrebox.org.
Douglaston Community Theater (DCT) is seeking a stage manager for their fall show, The Gingerbread Lady. Some pay involved. Show is in Oct/Nov. The theater is close to the Douglaston LIRR station in Queens. Call Barbara Mavro at 718 631-2768.
Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale is seeking a vocal director for their annual fall musical. You will be required for 2 days the week of Sept 9, and for vocal callbacks on Sept 16. Tech Rehearsal is Sat, Nov 15. Tech/dress rehearsal is from 3:30-7:30 Nov 17-19. Performances are Nov 21, 22 at 8:15 and Nov 23 at 2pm. PIANO SKILLS A MUST. Contact Denis Murphy at email@example.com or at 516-526-4250. Rehearsals begin Sept 18, Mon - Fri 3:20-5:10. You will be needed 2-4 times a week.
Playcrafters of Bellport
How would you like to be part of one of our productions? As theater is such a collaborative art, there are lots of critical tasks necessary to put on a successful show. You could be part of one of our productions.
Below is a list of the positions and a brief description of what they entail. If you are interested in becoming involved, even if you have no experience, give me a call. Let’s talk about it.
PRODUCER: If you are organized and are good at paying attention to details (and what mother or father isn't?), this is the title for you. The Producer coordinates all the other activities and keeps in touch with the director to make sure everything is proceeding smoothly.
COSTUMES: Do you have a sense of fashion and like to put clothes together? You would work with the Director to interpret each character’s role through what they are wearing. Being able to sew is a plus.
SET DESIGN & DECORATION: Do you like interior design and have a good sense of color? Are you an artist? By working with the Director, you would help decide what color the walls are, what kind of furniture is needed and generally create an environment.
SET CONSTRUCTION: Do you like to work with your hands and do "projects?" Do you like to work with wood or paint? We need you, whether you have tools or not.
LIGHTING: Do you want to learn something new? Lighting is the art of “painting” with light to create mood and texture for the play.
SOUND: You would be working with the Director to choose the music and sound effects needed to set the right mood for different parts of the play.
MAKE-UP: You would work with the actors to create the proper “look” they need for their characters.
PROPS: Are you the type of person who likes to go to yard sales or likes to search for odd pieces of “stuff?” You would help to find those perfect things that the actors use to make the play “real.”
STAGE MANAGER: Are you organized and like to work with people? The Stage Manager works closely with the Director and the actors to keep things flowing during rehearsals and the show.
If you are interested in any of these volunteer jobs, you don't have to have any experience. We will teach you by having you work with one of our experienced people. If you are not sure if this is for you, let’s talk. Call me. I can fill you in and answer questions. BOB KAPLAN, Member of the Board 631-929-3042 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lantern Theatre is presenting for Visit to a Small Planet by Gore Vidal on Sat - Nov 1, 8, 15, Sun at 1:30pm – Nov 2, 9, 16, and 30. Add'l performance – Tues night during the run - TBD. Full rehearsals with Tech on Oct 20-23, 27-30. If you are interested or have questions - contact Director: Kathy Beckerrupeetwo@optonline.net Home phone: 516 785-7340 Work: M-F 9:30am-12:30pm at 516 623-4200. Synopsis: Arriving on Earth from a distant planet in another dimension, Kreton is the "visitor" alluded to in the play's title. Like others who inhabit his home planet, Kreton never needs to eat, is immortal, and never has sex—immortality has negated the need for reproduction, and his culture has eliminated passion (sex for pleasure) as a societal evil. Through the powers of his mind, he is able to read the thoughts of others, create invisible force-fields, and cause objects to levitate. Kreton arrives hoping to witness a Civil War battle, but because of a navigational error, he lands in 1957. He invades the home of Roger Spelding and shows a great interest in the day-to-day lives of earthlings, calling them his "hobby." In order to create some excitement for himself, Kreton plays a prank that, he is sure, will cause a worldwide nuclear war. He sees the earth as a playground and hopes that a war will allow him to see the ways that “primitive'' humans behave. As this play is filled with special effects (levitating vases and rifles, space ship landings, exploding earth globes, talking cats, to name a few) and 27 sound cues, we will need an extra special stage manager, lighting technician and quick fingered sound engineer and as always, help building the set. I look forward to engaging in a fun, open environment where the cast and crew can create their best work.
Lyrical Children Inc. is expanding its Music Together teaching staff. Singers, musicians, and/or dancers needed to teach Music Together classes for parents and children, birth to age five. State certification not required. International, research-based program includes a rich variety of movement activities, singing, chanting, and instrumental jam sessions. Audition, short training, and internship are required. (…also a love of young children, a good sense of humor, and the ability to be silly!) Paid training for qualified apprentice. Why should we involve babies and toddlers in music making? Because it’s every person’s birthright to develop his or her musical potential – and it’s fun. Lyrical Children Inc. offers Music Together in locations from Setauket to Mattituck. Class schedule is part time - held daytime, afternoon, evening and weekends. Flexible schedule possible to coordinate with other work. Send your resume to email@example.com or call 208-4003. www.lyricalchildrenmusic.com
Take A Bow, an after-school musical program in Plainview is looking for a VOICE teacher to start in Sept. Add'l info on our program and class schedule can be found on our website: takeabowplayhouse.com. Applicants must be ready to work in a non-competitive, fun-filled environment, come to each class with a smile, responsible & love working with children. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minstrel Players of Northport seeks crew for future productions. Rehearsals/Performances at Houghton Hall theatre at Trinity Episcopal Church, 130 Main St, Northport Village. Various duties in stage construction, painting, lighting, sound, props, front-of-house and backstage. Must be available most Sun afternoons for 2 months prior to performance dates, Mon and Tues eve for tech week and brush up. "Handy" a plus, will train anyone willing to learn the craft. Valuable community experience - students welcome. For more info, call 631-732-2926 or visit www.minstrelplayers.org or join us on Facebook.
Ever wanted to be a manager or big time agent and make money from other people's work? If so, then saddle up partners! The Murder For You Players of LI are looking for any "bookies" who can get us a show date at a firehouse, church, fraternal organization or almost
anywhere else on LI. It's easy, too. Call Jake at 631-235-8741 anytime and ask for the details of the show. If we get the gig, you will get 10% of the fee. The bigger the gig, the bigger your 10%! We will play fund-raisers, private parties or corporate events.