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A Chorus Line @ Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton
Runs Feb 27 through March 21
Male dancer needed to play Larry. Not many lines, spoken or vocal, but a truckload of dance. Any age/race/ethnicity between 19 and 50. Just a good dancer needed immediately.
Contact Michael Disher @ email@example.com. Stipend available.
BroadHollow Theatre Company is looking to immediately fill several roles for the musical 1776: Dickinson, Rodney, Jefferson, McNair and Hopkins. The show runs Feb 28 to April 4; 3 weeks at Bayway and 3 weeks at Elmont. Contact Glen at Theatre991@aol.com with interest.
FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance - Little Mermaid Feb
Stage Manager and Sound Guy Needed ASAP. Sound person must have experience with sound for a show. Must have own equipment. Non-Smoker. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
FAME Theatrical Productions - Honey's School of Dance seeking performer ASAP for The Little Mermaid Jr. Performance in Feb. Call 516-225-1088 or email musicalgrl2003@gmails.
Jetsam- We are looking for ages between 9-15 years old. Must be able to sing, dance and act.
Suffolk Theatre Arts & Recreation is in need of two actors (16-25) for their upcoming production of Godspell (2012 Revival)
Jesus: Must be the most charismatic individual in the cast. High energy, charming, funny, gentle but with strength. He is the sort of person others instinctively follow.
Celisse: The female equivalent of the class clown. Goofy and a cut-up. In the 2012 Broadway revival, she played several instruments, including conga, ukulele and guitar. Will be performing Learn Your Lessons Well.
Rehearsals will be every Sun, and late Mon and Wed nights in Nesconset. Performances will be March 27, 28, and 29. Must be available for all shows. Contact Nik at email@example.com to set up an audition.
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(in some semblance of chronological order followed by ongoing recruitment/undated calls & technical opportunities)
Eastline Productions Ltd, Wantagh is casting Neil Simon’s classic comedy, Plaza Suite. Patrick A. Reilly, Director. Show runs March 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29. The show concerns 3 couples, who successively occupy the same suite at the Plaza Hotel in 1968. Seeking to cast 8 roles. All roles are open except Mimsey and Borden. Auditions 8-10pm on Wed, Jan 28 at the Eastline Theater. Each act will rehearse independently until the week before the show. Call Director with any questions: 516 459-9402.
Visitors from Mamaroneck: Couple with a strained marriage re-occupy the suite they were in on their honeymoon, years before.
Karen Nash, 47,a suburban housewife
Sam Nash, her husband late 40's early 50's
Jean McCormack, his attractive, younger secretary, with whom Sam is having an affair
Waiter (any age)
Visitors from Hollywood: After 3 failed marriages, a Hollywood Producer has called his high school girlfriend, now long married herself, with a dalliance in mind. She turns out to be more than his match
Jessie Kiplinger, 40s-50s, the producer
Muriel Tate, his old high school flame
Visitors from Forest Hills: A couple try to persuade their daughter, to unlock the bathroom door on her wedding dayand go downstairs to the ballroom and marry her fiance
Norma Hubley-- the mother of the bride
Roy Hubley, her husband
Andrean Players auditions for The Wizard of OZ on Wed, Jan 28, Thurs, Jan 29 and Fri, Jan 30 (Choose one date.) from 7-9:30pm at 35-60 158th St, Flushing 11358. Our theater is located directly underneath St. Andrew Avelino Church in Flushing, at Northern Blvd & 157th St. Enter through Courtyard. Entrances are in the middle of the block on 157th and 158th Sts btwn 35th Ave & Northern Blvd. http://andreanplayers.com/
Head shot and resume (A photograph and hand-written resume are acceptable)
Sheet music for your audition: 16 bars ballad, 16 bars uptempo.
Be dressed and prepared to move/dance at the audition.
Because of the number of expected actors wishing to audition, no one will be seen without these requirements in place.
Merrick Theatre, 2222 Hewlett Ave, Merrick (516) 868 6400, auditions for The Buddy Holly Story on Thurs, Jan 29 at 7:30pm at the theatre. Director : Jim Redding / Musical Director : Nic Palmeri / Stg. Mgr. : Karen Brucia. Looking to cast approx 12 versatile, wildly multi talented actors to bring this high energy imaginative telling of the life of rock and roll legend Buddy Holly to life.
Buddy Holly...Tall, lanky 20‘s, on stage for the entire show. Sings 20 songs. Funny, stubborn, driven , brash. Single minded in his drive to bring his songs to the world. In doing so, he changes the face of popular music for the next 50 years. ( not required, BUT if the actor could play quitar, even a little, that would be a bonus. The music is going to be performed on stage by the actors playing his band The Crickets)
(All the other actors will double and triple parts. As with Buddy it is not required, but if you play a rock or country music style instrument, guitar, bass, drums, banjo, fiddle, sax, piano, that is certainly a bonus.)
Hip Pockets Duncan...30s ,laid back Texas Dj. Hollys first supporter, acts as narrator of the story.
Maria Elena…20s, Holly's wife. Mexican American. Strong independent
Norman Petty…40's, Record producer used to being Top Dog. He meets his match when he meets Buddy.
Vi Petty…40s, Norman's wife and business partner, feisty, strong willed, not afraid to speak her mind ( a bonus if she can play piano)
Big Bopper...30s, Hello Baaaaaaayyyybeee! Larger than life in every way. Life of the Party.
Apollo MC…30s, African American, introduces the Crickets to Harlem. Great comic timing.
Four Girls…20's, They play a variety of young women in the story, jingle singers, teeny boppers, back up singers, beauty queens. (again it would be terrific if you can play instruments but totally not required).
Murray…40s- 50s.. Record producer not thrilled with Buddy and his sound.
The cast will play these parts and nearly 20 more. A wonderful challenge.
Have a song prepared; preferably a rock and roll, country, rock a billy song, appropriate to the era. Be available for ALL shows.
Huntington Cabaret auditions for NYC Contemporary Musical Theater Showcase at The Metropolitan Room in mid April with award-winning NYC Musical Director Darius Frowner. (Darius Frowner plays for Norm Lewis: Phantom, Porgy and Bess, Les Mis, etc.) Rehearsals are in Huntington. Minimal time commitment. The 7 cast members will each sing 3 solos and the finale. A professional CD of the show will be recorded. Call Director Linda Ray at 631 673-5577 or 631 335-2587 to schedule an audition by Feb 1. http://metropolitanroom.com/index.cfm
Douglaston Community Theatre auditions for The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney, Jr. on Mon, Feb 2 and Tues, Feb 3 at 7pm at Zion Church Parish Hall, Church St, 1 block n/of Northern Blvd & 2 blocks e/of Douglaston Pkwy, Douglaston, Queens. Performances will be in April and May. Casting 3 males and 3 females for a play consisting of a series of vignettes all taking place in the dining room of a house. Will be looking to cast actors between the ages of 20 and 50 who can play different characters ranging in age from early childhood to old age. For more info, call Linda Hanson 516-374-7921.
A Chorus Line @ Star Playhouse, 74 Hauppauge Rd, Commack 11725. Runs May 16-31. Contact Producer Beth Gilman at firstname.lastname@example.org for appt Tues, Feb 3 evening. Casting the roles of: Paul, Bobby, Greg, Don
South Shore Theatre Experience auditions for The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter on Tues, Feb. 3 @ 8pm at 315 W Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst. For more info Deborah@SouthShoreTheatre.com or call 631-669-0506. Show Dates March 27, 28, 29 & April 2, 3, 4 - must be available for ALL performances.
THEATRE THREE, 412 Main St, Port Jefferson auditions for OLIVER!
Book, Music, & Lyrics by Lionel Bart
Performances: May 23 – June 27 on the Mainstage
Adult Auditions: Tues, Feb 3, at 7pm
Young People’s Auditions: Sat, Feb 7, at 1pm
Adult Auditions: Auditioning strong singer-dancer-actors (ages 18+) for ensemble plus the following roles: Mr. Bumble, Mr. Brownlow, Dr. Grimwig, and Mrs. Bedwin. Adults should prepare 16 bars from the song of their choice (you may sing from the score); bring sheet music in the proper key; accompanist provided. Be prepared to dance. Readings from the script. Callbacks to be determined. Bring picture/resume. Stipend of $25 per performance (must be 18 years old/high school graduated).
Mr. Bumble. Strong singer (D to high A). Age 40+. Overbearing, self-righteous manager of the workhouse.
Mr. Brownlow. Non-singing. Age 40+. Kindly man who turns out to be Oliver’s grandfather. Will double in ensemble.
Dr. Grimwig. Non-singing. Age 30+. Excitable, opinionated doctor. Will double in ensemble.
Mrs. Bedwin. Soprano (C to B). Age 40+. Gentle nurse who takes care of Oliver at Brownlow’s. Will double in ensemble.
Ensemble of strong singer-dancers who will play many roles.
Young People’s Auditions: Young people should be no taller than 5’2’’. Seeking a boy (age 10 – 13) for the role of Oliver (vocal range low A to high F); sweet and innocent but strong underneath—he is a survivor. Also seeking boys and girls (ages 10 – 17) for children’s ensemble (workhouse children/Fagin’s gang/ensemble). For the role of Oliver, boys will sing selection from “Where Is Love?”. Boys and girls ensemble will sing selection from “Consider Yourself”. Music will be reviewed at the beginning of auditions. Be prepared to dance. Readings from the script. Callbacks to be determined. Bring picture/resume (if you don’t have a head shot, bring any picture—school picture, snapshot, etc.). Rehearsals will begin in March and will be weeknights (7-10:30pm) and wknd days/evenings.
Director: Jeffrey Sanzel / Musical Director: Jack Kohl / Choreographer: Marquez Stewart / Asst Director: Andrew Markowitz
Stage Managers: Megan Bush & Peter Casdia
Sat: May 23, 30, June 6, 13, 20 & 27 @ 8pm
Wed, May 27 @ 10:30am (Stud Matinee)
Thurs: May 28 @ 10:30am (Stud Matinee)
Fri: May 29, June 5, 12, 19 & 26 @ 8pm
Sun, May 31 @ 7pm
Tues, June 2 @ 10:30am (Stud Matinee tentative)
Thurs: June 4 & 11 @ 8pm
Sun: June 7, 14 & 21 @ 3pm
Wed, June 10 @ 2pm (Sr Matinee)
Call (631) 928-9202 or visit http://www.theatrethree.com/jcd_site/auditions.html for further info.
GILBERT & SULLIVAN (in Yiddish!) The Gilbert & Sullivan Yiddish Light Opera Co. holding auditions WED, FEB 4 & 11, 7:30PM for upcoming Yiddish/English productions of PIRATES OF PENZANCE & MIKADO. Chatterton School,-108 Merrick Ave, Merrick. Needed – leads & chorus. ALL ROLES OPEN. Prepare a song. For further info contact Marty– 631-439-2913. Website - www.gsyiddish.com
Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts auditions for ages 12 and up for Violet on Mon, Feb 9 (7- 8pm – 12-16 year olds auditioning for Young Violet and 8-10:30PM – All other roles) at the theatre located at 2 E Main St, Smithtown. ALL ROLES ARE OPEN. Prepare 16-32 bars of music in a style appropriate to the show and be prepared to dance. A callback will be held on Tues, Feb 10 beginning at 7PM. Bring resume, head shot and sheet music. An accompanist will be provided. NO a capella auditions. This is a musically complex show that requires musical intelligence as well as skill. To learn more about Violet visit this link http://www.ask.com/wiki/Violet_(musical)?o=2800&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com
We will be presenting the original 1997 version with some modifications from the revival. Performances: April 18 – May 17 – most Thurs and Fri eve, all Sat eve and Sun afternoons (no show Mother’s Day). All those cast must be available for a Thurs matinee performance on April 30. Rehearsals will begin late Feb and will be every Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs eve as well as some weekends. Stipends are available for all performers 18 and over. Equity Guest Artist contracts available as needed. For add'l info email ONLY email@example.com. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE.
Director – Ken Washington
Musical Director – Melissa Cowell
Choreographer – Melissa Rapelje
Producer – Kenneth J. Washington
Roles: Please be aware that the ensemble for this show will be used extensively both vocally and for dance and musically staged numbers. The show requires a minimal amount of dance skills.
EARL: A strange character on the greyhound bus who sneaks smokes in the bathroom and is carrying a smelly suitcase he claims holds a flea circus. Actor doublings include: Radio Soloist, Waiter, Leroy Evans, Mechanic, and Bus Driver 3. Male, 50-70 yrs old Range: B3 - F5
FATHER: Simple, widowed man who lovingly raises his daughter alone doing the best he can with the little knowledge and resources he has to do so. Stern but friendly, smart but uneducated. Accidentally scars Violet’s face while he is chopping wood. Male 35-45 Range: A3 - F5
FLICK: An African-American soldier; a dreamer and go-getter. He doesn’t enjoy the army, but enjoys the respect it garners him. There is something gentle, good about him, not to be interpreted or confused with weakness or lack of authority. Male, 20-30 yrs old Range: C4 - E6
GOSPEL SOLOIST: A member of the volunteer choir that sings for the Preacher’s telecast. Sings for God with passion and power. African-American. Actor doubles as Landlady and Woman Knitting. Female, 50-70 yrs old Range: F3 - G5
MABEL: A talkative woman on the greyhound bus who shares stories of her many husbands and how she loves gray eyes. Actor doubles as Music Hall Singer and Woman with Fan. Female, 35-45 yrs old Range: A3 - G5
MONTY: A paratrooper and Flick’s friend from basic training. Rough around the edges. Self-consumed, but not necessarily purposefully so. Fighting his own demons. Male, 20-30 yrs old Range: A3 - G5
OLD LADY: A former beauty in her heyday. Staunch, tired and frustrated with life. Actor doubles as Hotel Singer and Old Lady 2. Female, 55-65 yrs old Range: F3 - E5
PREACHER: An impassioned, theatrical man who preaches with all the bravado he can muster. Once had a true healing touch but has lost it in his quest to become a showman. Dismissive and egotistical. Actor doublings include: Bus Drive, Rufus, Radio Singer, and Bus Driver 4. Male, 30-40 yrs old Range: B3 - G5
VIOLET: The title character, a young North Carolina woman whose face was scarred in a childhood accident. She is stubborn and prickly, but filled with equal parts hope and obsession that she may heal and be made beautiful. Female, 20-35 yrs old Range: G3 - F5
VIRGIL: The Preacher’s assistant. Knows the smoke & mirrors of the Preacher’s show and must begrudgingly deal with anyone who might derail it. Actor doublings include: Billy Dean, Creepy Guy, Radio Singer, and Bus Driver 2. Male, 20-25 yrs old Range: B3 - B5
YOUNG VI: Not quite as guarded or prickly as her older self, but still tough and stubborn. She has a keen curiosity and the rough edges of being brought up solely by her father. Female, 10-13 yrs old Range: A3 - E5 (Will consider up to 16 years of age who can reasonably look 10 -13 years of age)
ROLES REQUIRING DOUBLING MAY BE CAST WITH MORE THAN ONE ACTOR OR ACTRESS. Size of cast will be between 11 and 15 performers including Young Violet.
Ivy Lane Players, Levittown Public Library, 1 Bluegrass La, Levittown 11756, auditions for Visiting Mr. Green in Rooms A + B from 7:30pm-10pm on Mon, Feb 9 & Thurs, Feb 12. Call back - Sat, Feb 14. Directed by Lawrence Bellman. For info, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your challenge is to make our audience laugh and then cry.
Fri, April 17 & 24, Sat, April 18 & 25 - 7:30pm
Sun, April 19 & 26 -- 1:30pm
Mr. Green: 65+ - a crotchety old man, widowed and alone in his small apartment
Ross Gardiner: 25-35+ young man, sentenced to 6 months of community service to Mr. Green, after his auto almost collided with the older man
Lantern Theatre auditions for Other Desert Cities, directed by Howie Lewengrub, on Feb 10 and 11 at 7:30pm at Temple B'nai Israel in Freeport. Scenes from the play will be provided for reading. Performances: May 30, 31, June 6, 7, 13, 14 and 28. Sat at 8pm and Sun at 1:30pm. There will also be a performance on Tues, June 16 at 7:30pm. For further info, call Anne at 516-798-1878 or email email@example.com.
Brooke Wyeth - (late30's-early 40's) Previously successful novelist who has recently recovered from a mental breakdown. After a long dry spell, she has written another book which she brings to her family to read to get their approval before it is published.
Polly Wyeth - (60's-70's) Brooke's mother. Acerbic but elegant and very bright. She has strong conservative views and believes in tough love.She is a realist who is dedicated to her family's survival.
Lyman Wyeth - (60's-70's) Brooke's father. Former movie actor who turned to politics and became Ambassodor for the Republican Party.More diplomatic and overprotective of Brooke than Polly. He is the head of the family. When he speaks, everyone listens.
Silda Grauman - (60's-70's) Polly's sister with whom she once wrote movie scripts. She lives with Polly and Lyman but has a volatile relationship with Polly although they love each other. She is a recovering alcoholic who is at odds, politically and in some ways personally with her sister.
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.
This is a moving drama about family relationships with political overtones. It can make you laugh one minute and bring you to tears the next.
Bellport Playcrafters audition for Born Yesterday on Feb 23 & 24 at 7pm & Feb 26 at 7:30pm at the Boys & Girls Club of Bellport, 471 Atlantic Ave, Bellport. Directed by Bob Kaplan. Contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org. A blank Audition Application form can be printed from our web site. Complete the form and present it during your audition. Visit our web site at www.Bellport-Playcrafters.com for audition sides and directions to the Boys & Girls Club. Performances: Fri, April 24, Sat, April 25, Sun Matinee, April 26; Fri, May 1, Sat, May 2, Sun Matinee, May 3. The play tells the story of a millionaire junk dealer with designs on Washington politics. He hires a sophisticated writer to educate his less-than-sophisticated girlfriend, Billie Dawn, who ends up falling for the writer and turning the tables on her boyfriend's shady business deals. Characters:
Billie Dawn: (30-40 yrs) A charming but poorly educated ex-chorus girl, Billie Dawn is entirely lacking in social graces. Her natural honesty and desire to improve her lot in life, however, soon cause her to experience a wonderful transformation.
Harry Brock: (40-60 yrs) A vulgar and egotistical junkman, Harry Brock has come to Washington full of fraudulent schemes. Loud and verbally and physically abusive of those around him, including Billie, he soon finds his crooked machinations going awry when he crosses her.
Paul Verrall: (25-35 yrs) A young, idealistic reporter, Paul Verrall has been investigating political skullduggery in Washington. He is hired by Harry Brock to educate Billie Dawn and eventually sees past her rough exterior and falls in love with her.
Ed Devery: (55-65 yrs) Harry Brock’s lawyer, thirty years ago Ed Devery was considered a man destined for greatness. Now, with Brock as his only client, the future looks far less bright—but with a salary of $100,000 a year and plenty of fine Scotch, Devery is past caring.
Senator Norval Hedges: (55-65 yrs) Pale, thin, and worn down at sixty years old, Senator Norval Hedges is a nervous politician currently on the payroll of Harry Brock, who plans on using the senator for his own means.
Mrs. Hedges: (55-65yrs) The wife of Senator Norval Hedges
Eddie Brock: (30-40 yrs) Brother of Harry, Eddie Brock often handles the little details of his older brother’s business, “greasing the wheels,” as it were, with tips and pay-offs.
PLUS SEVERAL OTHER SMALLER ROLES THAT ARE IDEAL FOR PEOPLE NEW TO ACTING
♫♪♫♪ ONGOING/UNDATED CAST CALLS ♫♪♫♪
(starting with the most recently received)
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 dates currently scheduled are Sat at 7pm: Feb 28 and March 21, at Performing Arts Studio of New York, 224 E Main St, Port Jefferson. Contact Jude Treder-Wolff at email@example.com or 631-366-4265.
Arena Players Theatre Company will be performing this summer:
We are looking for male and female actors for all characters. Anyone interested should send picture & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twelfth Night will be presented in July. Othello, The Black of Angola will be presented in Aug.
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. is casting two females (ages 18-35) for fairy tale characters such as the Wicked Witch and the Ugly Ducklingand one male (ages 18-35) for a fairy tale character (Pig) in Shrek. Kevin Harrington, producer/director; Sue Sussman, musical director. Weekday evening rehearsals. Weekend performances and school vacation week daytime performances running from Feb 7-28. Per performance stipend provided. For an audition appt call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail email@example.com.
Plaza Theatrical Productions, Inc. seeks actors with weekday availability for their arts-in-education production of The Wizard of Oz for the roles of The Tinman, The Lion, and Aunt Em/Glinda. Performance run is March 7- April 27 (approx 30 performances within that time period). Per performance stipend provided. For an audition appt call (516) 599-6870 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Actor needed for one role in Studio Theatre's upcoming production of The Columnist (playing March 6 thru 22): a charming male Russian KGB agent,in his 30's who is able to seduce American conservative columnist Joe Alsop, which leads to the blackmail of the newspaperman.
Contact Director David Dubin at email@example.com
Professional Murder Mystery company seeks experienced interactive theater actors.
March 21 private event in western Suffolk. Paid gig.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone interested in joining new theater improv group, meeting one evening per month at the Smithtown, or Hauppauge library, email Norman at email@example.com, or Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeking actors for the original A Show Dog's Tale to be performed at Northport Festival on April 19 @ 3pm & 7:30pm. Contact Nancie Xirinachs c:(631)637-2551 email@example.com. A Show Dog's Tale is a unique comedy that explores issues of prejudice, bigotry insecurity and family values told through a 'dog's eyes.' Improving Encouraged...Imagination Required.
Margo: “Afghan Hound” Female - An elegant beauty, Margo is classy & reserved..She strives to be in control of most situations & is very stern about her views on life..she has many trophies, but feels as though there is something missing in her life.
Annable: “Shetland Sheepdog” Female - Adorable, with a playful personality, this is Annabel’s first big competition. She’s innocent and slightly naïve..but extremely intelligent, intuitive and uniquely profound.
Jasmine:“Standard Poodle” Female - Outwardly appears to be feisty, confident and bold.. She always says what’s on her mind and thinks of the consequences later..but deep down, she is very sensitive and insecure.
Baron: “Great Dane” Male - A a seasoned professional, a true gentleman and ‘family man.’ His mate, Contessa, a three time champion Dane, has since retired from show life and is totally committed to their newly arrived pups.
Jake “Doberman Pincher” Male - A handsome, but very cocky Doberman who thinks the ‘world revolves around him…’ He’s an opportunist and many are offended by his behavior..yet deep down he yearns to be different.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: West Side Story Casting). Project stipend offered. For college students who are home for the Dec/Jan intercession, we will audition in Jan.
♫♪♫♪ DiIRECTORS, MUSICIANS,TECHNICIANS, PLAYWRIGHTS ♫♪♫♪
♫♪♫♪ & OTHER INDUSTRY RELATED EMPLOYMENT ♫♪♫♪
Immediate need for musicians for Fiddler on the Roof at the Plainview Jewish Center. Looking for a violin player and a trombone player. Performances are March 7 @ 8PM, March 8 @ 3PM, March 14 @ 8PM and March 15 @ 3PM. Orchestra rehearsals begin on Sun, Feb 8. Contact Stuart Haimes 516-319-9099 for info.
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. Director 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 email@example.com. 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): firstname.lastname@example.org
Spotlight Children’s Theatre seeks an ASSISTANT DIRECTOR for our Spring show. We are a children’s acting academy with 10-12 weeks of rehearsals culminating in a musical production. Our children range in age from 5-12. Other staff includes a Producer, Director, Musical Director and 1 other Assistant. Two locations to chose from: Oceanside on Wed from 4-6PM and/or Long Beach on Thurs from 4:30-6:30PM beginning Feb. Salaried position. Contact Nancy Sullivan at email@example.com YOU MUST LIVE IN NASSAU COUNTY OR WESTERN QUEENS
Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts is seeking Experienced Stage Managers for its upcoming productions of Hounds of the Baskervilles and Violet. Qualified candidates should send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Salary commensurate with experience.
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 email@example.com and Karen Kirkham at firstname.lastname@example.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.
HUNTINGTON JEWISH CENTER PARK AVENUE PLAYERS seeking Costumer for KISS ME, KATE. Performance Dates: Sat, Feb 28 & March 7 at 8PM and Sun, March 1 & 8 at 3PM. Send e-mail to email@example.com or call 631-495-3452 ASAP for further info.
HUNTINGTON JEWISH CENTER PARK AVENUE PLAYERS seeking musicians to round out the orchestra in KISS ME, KATE. Violin, Cello, Trombone, Drummer. Rehearsals are held Sun mornings from 10am-Noon at 510 Park Ave, Huntington. Performance Dates: Sat, Feb 28 & March 7 at 8PM and Sun, March 1 & 8 at 3PM. Also need to be available tech week of Feb 22. Contact Ken Gold, Music Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 526-7531 with any questions or for further info.
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 email@example.com
The Parkside Players will be presenting Private Lives by Noel Coward on Feb 21, 22, 27, 28 March 1, 6 and 7, Fri/Sat 8pm and Sun 2pm at Grace Lutheran Church, 71st Rd & Union Tpke, Forest Hills. Seeking Set builders and designers, Stage crew, Costumers and Ushers and other production-oriented positions. If interested in any non-acting positions, E-mail the producers and they will set up an interview. firstname.lastname@example.org
Symmetry Event Solutions is now seeking the following: 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. If interested, e-mail: Tim@symmetryeventsolutions.com and supply resume, available hours, salary requirement, and a brief description of your abilities. No phone calls.
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 email@example.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.
John W. Engeman Theater is seeking a 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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
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.