Casting two roles for A Kreutzer Sonata, a new play by Larry Rinkel about a Jewish piano student adjusting to life at a secular college. Performances evenings Aug 9, 13, 19, 24, 29 at Secret Theatre, Long Island City, as part of their 2017 UNFringed Festival. Tech Aug 1. 
•Elena Guerriero: 19. Seductive, fiery, volatile violinist (but ability to play not needed). Her atheism places her in conflict with the protagonist’s devout Judaism. Looking for an understudy with at least two shows guaranteed (Aug 13 and 24). 
•Avram Lindenbaum: Late 40s-early 50s. Caring father but apparently cold and austere. Conflicts between career, lifestyle, and personal beliefs have caused him to renounce Judaism. 
Rehearses all July in NYC and LI. Contact the director ASAP at ckesurf@gmail.com. Link to your online portfolio or attach any relevant materials. Non-Equity preferred. Some monetary compensation

Gateway Playhouse is seeking adult actors to help fill out some of the New York scenes for On the Town. You will be required to be at a few scheduled rehearsals (afternoons and evenings) and at every performance. See schedule below. Vocals are a plus, but not required, as many of the scenes are crosses, etc., and do not require singing. There is no salary for these roles, however, comp tickets will be given as compensation and this is a chance to work with Broadway veterans and industry professionals. If interested/available, e-mail rcolson@thegateway.org with headshot and resume as soon as possible. There may be brief auditions by appt. 
Rehearsals: TBD, but in the afternoon/evening
Tech Rehearsals:
Mon, June 26- sing thru and spacing (although not sure if kids are called): 7-Midnight
Tues, June 27- Tech: Noon-5pm and 7pm-midnight
Wed, June 28- Dress rehearsal and preview: Noon-5pm and Preview 7pm call
Performances: June 28 - July 15. Visit www.thegteway.org for the performance schedule (on the ticketing page) for specific times

A BITE OF BROADWAY, a long-standing philanthropic theater company on the Island has raised money for several charities for over 15 years. We have had the privilege of doing benefit shows for multiple organizations, most namely Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. This time is different. We are auditioning for a cabaret-style musical benefit production. Our beloved friend, part of the Long Island Theater community, needs our immediate help. Liz Grudzinski, lighting designer, technician and beautiful soul, is currently in the hospital facing many medical challenges. She will be faced with multiple amputations in the near future. Those of us who are lucky enough to know Liz knows how special she is. Please support us in our endeavor to help her afford the prosthetics that she more than deserves. We are the Long Island Theater Community. We all have the talent, friendship, compassion and ability to come together, especially when one of our own needs help. Auditions will be held at East Line Theater, 2123 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh 11793 on Sun, June 25 from 6:30-9:30pm and at Think Big Performing Arts, 42 S Ocean Ave, Patchogue 11772 on June 27 at 7pmBring headshot, resume, 16 bars, etc. More importantly, we need your passion to create this show and support Liz. Rehearsals will be at multiple locations. Performances will be in Aug. Numbers from past productions as well as Broadway's top tickets. If you are unable to be at the audition but would still like to join us we will be happy to accommodate you at another time. Call or text us at 631-209-7521. We are also looking for volunteers of any capacity (technicians, theater owners, donations of space, donations for our raffle, financial contributions, etc.) to help us raise as much money as we can for this benefit. 

St. Gregory's Theatre Group in Bellerose, Queens is seeking male ensemble for The Little Mermaid
16 years old and up
Roles of Sailors/Chefs (and other ensemble opportunities)
Strong Music skills for Ensemble singing, Moderate Dance skills needed
Email interest to sgtgproductions@gmail.com 

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

Landmark on Main Street auditions for Stagecoach, a radio-play adaptation of the classic 1939 film (to be recorded before a live theater audience for later broadcast) on Thurs, June 22, 7-9pm and Sat, June 24, 9-11am at the Jeanne Rimsky Theater, Landmark on Main 232 Main St, Pt Washington. Performance Sept 24 at the theater. Rehearsals: Wed, Sept 6, 13, and Tues, Sept 19. Tech Sat, Sept 23 (morning) Sides provided. Singers, prepare 16 bars, preferably mid tempo Western or 1930s-40s standard. An accompanist will be provided. Call backs will be June 28 from 7-9PM (all asked to attend will be contacted) Format is similar to a staged reading. Period commercials and songs between acts will be performed by the cast. This is an ensemble piece for adult character voices, male and female, who will be cast based on sound; there is no need to “look the part.” Singers and non-singers considered. Non-paying. Email questions to stagecoachplay@gmail.com. Recorded auditions will also be considered; email stagecoachplay@gmail.com for add'l details and requirements. Character descriptions
Male principals:
RINGO - Male romantic lead. A laconic young cowpoke, handy with a gun, with a strong moral compass and no prejudices.
BUCK - Coach driver for the Overland Stage Line, guileless and a little bit hapless, overtalkative and skittish.
CURLY - A no-nonsense U.S. Marshall, a pillar of authority, tough but not hardhearted.
HATFIELD - A raffish cardsharp gambler from the Old South with oily manners and a roving eye. 
DOC - A disgraced, drunken country doctor given to philosophizing.
Female principals:
LUCY - Proper, ladylike young Eastern bride of a cavalry captain, unused to the hardships of travel in the West, trying to rejoin her husband after months of separation.
DALLAS - Female romantic lead. A saloon girl with a good heart and a bad reputation, fending for herself however she must, ostracized by “respectable society” and longing for a better life she thinks she can never have.
One male multiple-role actor to play these characters: An Overland Line AGENT; a cavalry LIEUTENANT leading an escort troop; BILLY Pickett, who minds the Apache Wells way station; WALT, a dyspeptic husband in a restaurant; a CAVALRYMAN sent to meet the arriving stage.
One female multiple-role actor to play these characters: An irate LANDLADY; MRS. PICKETT, who minds the Apache Wells way station; EVELYN, a wife in a restaurant; the actress YVONNE de CARLO; Rosa, BUCK’S WIFE.
Vocalists: Musical interludes of two or three songs are planned between acts of the play and at the conclusion, with lead and backing-vocal opportunities for members of the cast and possibly additional singers. The songs will be familiar Western standards.

Cultural Arts Playhouse auditions for The Wedding Singer on June 24 at noon and June 25 at 7pm at 170 Michael Dr, Syosset 11791. For more info call 516-694-3330 or see our website at www.culturalartsplayhouse.com All roles open.

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center, Corner of Bay and Main Sts, Sag Harbor auditions for Kiss Me, Kate concert reading on Sat, June 24 from 2-4pm. Will Pomerantz-- Director / John Sullivan-Assoc Producer. Contract 29 Hour Reading Guidelines. Production Info concert reading, Rehearsals will be held in NYC Aug 21-23, Sag Harbor Aug 24 with two performances at Mashashimuet Park the evenings of Aug 25 & 26. Prepare 2 contrasting 16 bars of music from the Broadway Songbook prior to 1960. Accompanist will be provided. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Actors with local housing strongly encouraged to attend. No phone calls. 
Lois Lane - (20's/30's) young actress & singer; impressionable, but also ambitious; lively & vivacious, must be a very strong singer and mover; doubles as Bianca
Bill Calhoun - (20's/30's) a ne'er-do-well, but with a good heart, Bill is interested in the easy way to making it; must be very strong mover and singer; doubles as Lucentio, one of Bianca's suitors
Paul - (20's/30's) Fred's dresser - resourceful, quick on his feet, appealing; a good mover and singer; in relationship with Hattie; doubles as Gremio, a manservant to Petruchio
Hattie - (20's/30's) Lilli's dresser - really cares about Lilli; knows how to take care of a vulnerable diva, but also has a sense of fun; good mover and singer; in relationship with Paul; doubles as The Haberdasher
General Howell (40's/50's) - an upright, straight arrow, Republican-leaning general in the US army; will do pretty much anything for Lilli; doubles as Hortensio, one of Bianca's suitors
Gunman 1 - Classic hoodlum/gangster type; maybe not as tough as a New York gangster (this is Baltimore, after all), but pretty close; must have good sense of humor and be able to deliver a song
Gunman 2 - Pretty close to the description of Gunman 1, but of course he would have a different opinion (ie he is clearly the better Gunman)
Ralph (20s-40's) - The stage manager for Taming of the Shrew; conscientious and always at Fred's side, making sure things keep rolling; doubles as Nathaniel
Ensemble Women (20's-30's) - doubles various roles
Ensemble Men (20's-30's) - doubles various roles

SoLuna Studios auditions for 13 The Musical on June 26. To schedule an audition email 13themusicalauditions2017@gmail.comAll Roles Open.  All rehearsals will be at the Farmingdale Public Library, but the show will perform at SoLuna Studios.

Auditions for the 22nd Annual Sayville Young People's Opera Workshop music program will be held Tues, June 27 and Wed, June 28 from 7-8:30PM in the Sayville High School Chorus Room at 20 Brook St, W Sayville 11796. The directors are looking for young singers ages 10-21 to participate in this year's production From Opera and Operetta to Modern Musical Theater the evenings of Aug 9, 10 & 11 in the air-conditioned David M Jones auditorium at the Sayville Middle School. For add'l info send an email to <sypow.opera> @yahoo.com> or call 631-589-8534.

SWR YOUNG ADULT THEATRE announces registration for its summer production, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Open to performers ages 14 - 22 (Limited to 25 participants based on audition). Auditions: July 3 & July 6 at 6:30pm, Callbacks: July 7. Performances: Aug 10-13 Rehearsals July 10-Aug 9, M-F, 6:30-9:30pm. Audition Fee: $30 (refundable), remaining $145 Production Fee due at first rehearsal. Fee includes 4 complimentary show tickets. Location: Albert G. Prodell Middle School, 100 Randall Rd, Shoreham. Need info? Contact Artie Gross (Director) agross@swr.k12.ny.us or SWR Community Programs 631-821-8116. Registration forms and audition materials can be found at MrGross.swrschools.site.eboard.com. If you are unable to attend the audition dates, contact Artie Gross at the above email.

Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts, 2 E Main St, Smithtown auditions for OLIVER! on Tues, July 25. Boys and girls ages 12-18 will be seen from 5:30-7:30PM. Adult actors (19+) will be seen from 7:30-9:30PMALL ROLES ARE OPEN. Performances are Nov 11 - Jan 21. Visit our website Smithtownpac.org to see the performance schedule. Rehearsals will begin as early as the cast’s availability allows and will be most Mon, Tues, Wed and Thurs evenings (from approx 7:30-10:30PM) and on some weekends if necessary. Add'l rehearsals may be added as performance dates approach. Rehearsal conflicts must be presented by callbacks or they will not be honored. There are NO rehearsal conflicts permitted the week of tech week (Nov 6–10) - no exceptions. Due to the length of the run, we may consider double casting some principal roles. We will be double casting many of the younger roles. Be precise about your availability upon submission. For add'l info, email Jordan.hue@gmail.com. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE. THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO BEYOND WHAT IS POSTED HERE. Prepare a musical theatre song of your choice. You may not be asked to sing the entire song, so select a portion that best shows off your voice, just in case. Bring sheet music! An accompanist will be provided. Bring a headshot and resume. If you don’t have a headshot, we may take a picture of you at auditions. Callbacks will be on Wed, July 26 at 7PM. Callback notifications will be emailed. If you do not receive a callback email, it does not mean that you are not cast in the production. There are no other dates/times for auditions or callbacks. If you cannot attend the audition, email a video submission to Jordan.hue@gmail.com including 32 bars of a song using piano or karaoke.  Director: Jordan Hue / Music Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: Jessy Gill.  CHARACTER BREAKDOWN: 
Oliver Twist - Principal. The protagonist of the story, he is a lonely orphan boy born in the Work-house. Preferably small in stature. He is vulnerable but tough and feisty and should have a strong ability to convey real emotions. British (not cockney) accent. Some minor dancing. Age 8 - 13. Soprano
Fagin - Principal. A conniving, career criminal whose charm hides a cold heart. He takes in homeless boys and teaches them to pick pockets for him. Perhaps could be described as an old thespian, a man of many dimensions, a leader, a vagrant, a father, a teacher, a lost soul and an eccentric. Significant character acting, singing with some dancing. Cockney accent suggested. Age 40 - 60. Baritone
The Artful Dodger - Principal. Very energetic, highly personable, intelligent and savvy beyond his years, Fagin’s right hand man. Excellent song and dance skills. Must have a dynamic stage presence. Significant character acting, singing, dancing. Cockney accent required. Age to 13 - 16. Soprano
Nancy - Principal. A cockney girl with a warm heart, Nancy is an abused career thief, prostitute and former child pickpocket. A sensitive side and noble and likeable but hardened and streetwise beyond her years. She lives with and loves Bill Sykes, pretty, intelligent, longs for a better life. Strong singer (belter), actor, some dancing. Cockney accent required. Age 21 - 32. Alto
Bill Sykes - Principal. A villain and Nancy’s brutal boyfriend. The most evil man you could ever meet, he strikes fear into anyone he sees. Cockney accent. Age 30 - 45. Baritone
Mr. Bumble - Supporting. The self- righteous, self- appointed beadle, Mr. Bumble oversees the operations of the work house were Oliver lives as a child. He preaches Christian morality, but behaves without compassion towards the paupers in his care. Strong character who will be played more edgy and a little less pompous as previous. Age 45 - 65. Baritone
Widow Corney - Supporting. The domineering workhouse mistress. Widow Corney is an “old maid,” who has been left on the shelf, would do anything to get Mr. Bumble’s attention. Cockney accent required. Age 40 - 55. Soprano
Mr. Sowerberry - Supporting. The undertaker, a classic Dickensian character tall/thin, precise and a bit slimy. Cockney accent required. Age 35 - 55. Baritone
Mrs. Sowerberry - Supporting. A loud lady, very bubbly personality, the nicest person you could meet – unless you are Oliver. Cockney accent required. Age 30 - 50. Alto
Mr. Brownlow - Supporting. Oliver’s kind long lost grandfather, a man of wealth and breeding. British (not cockney) accent. Age 50 - 75. Vocal: N/A
Bet - Supporting. Nancy’s loyal friend who is one of Fagin’s former pickpockets. Excellent dancer. Cockney accent required. Age 13 - 18. Vocal: Alto
Charlotte - Supporting. The rude but also flirtatious daughter of the Sowerberrys. Cockney accent required. Age 13 - 18. Vocal: N/A
Noah Claypole - Supporting. A nasty piece of work. Mr Sowerberry’s pimply apprentice. Enjoys a flirty relationship with Charlotte. Cockney accent required. Age 13 - 18. Vocal: N/A
Mrs. Bedwin - Minor. Mr Brownlow’s kind-hearted, motherly housekeeper. British (not cockney) accent. Age 40 - 65. Vocal: Soprano
Dr. Grimwig - Minor. Traditional British accent. Age 30 - 60. Vocal: N/A
Old Sally - Minor. Cockney accent required. Age 45 - 75. Vocal: N/A
Charley Bates - Part of Fagin’s gang. The eldest boy. Cockney accent required. Age 12 - 18. Vocal: N/A
Fagin’s Gang and Workhouse Children - looking for a diverse range of boys and girls with excellent song and dance skills. Those cast will perform as members of both Fagin’s Gang and the children of the workhouse. Vocal: All ranges required
Ensemble - looking for a diverse range of actors to play roles as workhouse governors, workers, thieves, London merchants, street vendors, bar keepers, policemen, etc. Cockney and traditional British accents suggested. Opportunity for featured dancers. Some movement required for all ensemble. Included in this are several prominently featured soloists: The Rose Seller, Strawberry Seller, Milk Maid, Knife Grinder, Long Song Seller. Vocal: All ranges required

​SoLuna Studio, 659 Old Willets Path Hauppauge 11788 auditions for Heathers The Musical (HS edition) on Aug 8 OR 9 from 6-10pm. Call 631-761-6602 to schedule your audition time slot. Prepare 32 bars of a song from the show + come prepared to dance. Must be at least 13 years of age to audition with parental consent due to mature content (Show age range 13-30's). Rehearsals will be Mon and Wed 6-9pm and Sat 3-6pm. Performances Oct 6 - 29. 

(starting with the most recently received)

Need 1 male and 1 female (30-45ish) for one act sex-farce comedy, PRIAPISM, to be performed 7/28, 7/29, 8/5 at the East End Fringe Festival in the Vail-Leavitt Theater, Riverhead, to round out company of seven. Evening rehearsals (men) 7/6-7/10, (women) 7/12-7/14, (combined) 7/24 & 7/26 evenings, 7/28 2pm. No nudity. No foul language. Lots of innuendo. Expect to make decisions by 7/19. Small percentage of gate to be divided among actors. Contact: Jim Kingston. kingston182@optonline.net

A Concert For Peace Choral 9/11 Tribute Concert to raise money for 911 Veterans and Families in Support of Treatment. Program of music by local composer Michael Buzzewitz-Quarm, including the World Premiere of the completed Dies Magna Requiem. No Fee, Music is provided. Rehearsals: Tues nights began June 20, 7:15pm at Bayport United Methodist Church. Performance Sept 17, 4pm St. Peter's by the Sea in Bay Shore. Tenors and Basses Especially Needed.

Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts is accepting letters of interest via email and snail mail for its 2017/18 season. Submissions can be forwarded to submissions@smithtownpac.org or by snail mail to – 2 E Main St, Smithtown NY 11787. Upon receipt of your submission you will be contacted via email to advise you of our interest and to either invite you to a closed or open audition. Submissions should be in the form of a letter (accompanied by a resume and head shot – DO NOT SEND VIDEO SUBMISSIONS AT THIS TIME). Include in your submission – show(s) you are interested in, parts you feel you are right for, any rehearsal and/or performance conflicts you might be aware of, and any other pertinent info you feel is important to your submission. Rehearsals will begin approx 6 wks prior to the scheduled opening of each show. All shows rehearse Mon - Wed eve, some Thurs eve and some Sat & Sun. Tech weeks begin two weeks prior to Sat openings. We rehearse every weekday evening leading up to opening and some weekend days. Performance schedules are available at Smithtownpac.org. (Click on the “Buy Tickets” prompt for each show to see complete schedule). Most performers receive a stipend, 16-18-yr-olds receive a fixed stipend for the run. Over 18 receive a per performance stipend. Under 16 years old DO NOT receive a stipend. Actors’ Equity contracts are available under a Guest Artist Contract basis. We do not participate in EMB programs. NOTE: UNDER 16 YEAR OLDS INTERESTED IN OLIVER! DO NOT NEED TO SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST. AN OPEN AUDITION FOR ALL UNDER 16 PERFORMERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE. Questions can be forwarded to the above referenced email. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE – THEY HAVE NO ADD'L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE.
OLIVER! Nov 11 – Jan 20
Director: Jordan Hue / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: Jessy Waller Gill
SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE – A play with music Feb 3 – March 4
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD / Fight Coordinator: Ashley Reyes
NOTE: This show is being offered for School Performances at the theatre. Some daytime performance availability could be necessary.
SOUTH PACIFIC March 24 – April 29
Director: Ronnie Green / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD
DREAMGIRLS May 12 – June 17
Creative team TBD
A CHORUS LINE  July 7 – Aug 19
Director/Choreographer: M. E. Junge / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle
FUN HOME Sept 8 – Oct 21
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle
Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts performs at least one Thurs Matinee during the run of each show. Take note of that when reviewing the performance schedule. PERFORMANCE CONFLICTS ARE FROWNED UPON – BUT ACCEPTED UNDER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.

Viking Theater Company will hold auditions for the role of Joan Fontaine, legendary Hollywood actress, in a one act play, Livvie and Joan in the Green Room for YouTube. Mature actress needed. Time and place for auditions will be announced. Email picture and resume to apriljames60@aol.comStipend.

Clare Rose Playhouse in Patchogue is auditioning young men (17-25) for an original comic musical Resting on Our Laurels, set in ancient Greece. 5 performances Aug 24-27. For more info, call Sister Grace at 631-654-0199.

Plaza Theatricals is seeking actors 17+ for select roles in their Summer Family Musical Theatre Productions which will be featured at the LI Children’s Museum, The NYCB Theatre at Westbury, and outdoor venues across LI. Productions include The Little Mermaid (July 15-23), Snow White (Aug 12-27) and Rapunzel (Sept 23-Oct 29). Per performance stipend offered to actors 18+. For an audition time slot, email amccluscasting@gmail.com or call 516-599-6870.

Adrenaline Entertainment is looking for a future princess/entertainer to join our team! We will train you. 
 Do you have what it takes? 
 - Loud, energetic and one of a kind? 
 - Free both Sat & Sun
 - Your own car 
Amazing pay. The most fun job around! Make what people make in a week in 2 day. 
Email resume and head shot to info@rushoffun.com or contact us at 516-351-0423 

Feastaville Productions, an interactive, immersive production co, is looking for like-minded people to collaborate on projects. Current projects include a Steampunk Gothic version of Dracula for adults as well as a murder mystery that is in the spirit of Sleep No More  Looking for improv actorsSend headshot & resume and/or a brief summary of why you want to work on these projects and what you can bring to the table to agoldin1@optonline.net. Everyone will be considered regardless of past experience. Just looking for passion, vision and talent. Rehearsals will be in the Long Beach area.


Seeking experienced Pianist/Musical Directors,  Choreographers and Stage Managers for Children’s Musical Theatre Programs in Roslyn, Manhasset, & Long Beach. Upcoming productions include Shrek the MusicalLegally Blonde and Alice in Wonderland. Classes run Sept-June. Send resume to Lisa at LEngellis@aol.com for more info.

​Seeking experienced script writer/evaluator to conduct a series of script writing workshops in local library. That person must have ongoing experience in script evaluation for film and/or stage production. There will be a stipend based on the number of paying attendees, and by agreement of the library. Contact Larry Maltin: ljmaltin@optonline.net.

ThinkBIG’s! The CAST: Community of Actors for Supported Theatre is looking for volunteers for their summer program. This program is created for children, teens, and young adults with different abilities, and will take place on Tues July 11 - Aug 15. Participants ages 7-15 meet from 5-6pm, and ages 16+ meet from 6:30-7:30pm. Volunteers may donate their time at one or both sessions. A brief training session will take place in early July. We are seeking individuals ages 14+ to work alongside program participants. Interested applicants can contact noelleeichenlaub@yahoo.com for more info

Do you like attending live performance theater? Are you interested in working in a fast paced environment? The John W Engeman Theater is seeking part-time, permanent, customer service employees for their box office. Essential job duties and responsibilities include: Professional communication skills, the ability to work with others in a fast-paced environment and strong computer skills. A flexible schedule is essential and weekends are required. The Box Office Associate is responsible for providing world-class customer service to all John W. Engeman Theater patrons for the purpose of providing them with a memorable overall theatrical experience. Qualified applicants should email resume to pmolloy@engemantheater.com.

MERRICK THEATRE AND CENTER FOR THE ARTS is looking for a VOCAL TEACHER for our camp program which runs from JULY 10 - AUG 19, 9AM-12:30PM, M-F. Also looking for a DIRECTOR FOR OUR CAMP SHOW (JULY 10 - AUG 27, 1-4PM, M-F. If interested, call TOMMY or JOANNE AT 516-665-3127 or email us at MERRICKTHEATRE@OPTONLINE.NET for further info.

To The Stage seeks a vocal instructor who is looking to collaborate with an Oceanside theater school to expand his/her private students and/or lead a musical theater singing class. Email courtney@2thestage.com

Star Playhouse is looking for volunteer set designers, which would include creation of drawings and supervision of construction. Also seeking stage managers for its 2017-18 season. Shows include Beauty And The BeastOnly A PlayYou're A Good Man Charlie Brown and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Anyone interested can call Larry Katz at 516-526-9366

Feastaville Productions, an interactive, immersive production co, is looking for like-minded people to collaborate on projects. Current projects include a Steampunk Gothic version of Dracula for adults as well as a murder mystery in the spirit of Sleep No More. Looking for writerscostumers and a co-director/producerSend resume and/or a brief summary of why you want to work on these projects and what you can bring to the table to agoldin1@optonline.net. Everyone will be considered regardless of past experience. Just looking for passion, vision and talent. Rehearsals will be in the Long Beach area.  

FAME Theatrical Productions Honey's School of Dance hiring pre-school-elementary dance teacher. Looking for someone who can teach ballet, tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop and musical theatre. Must have dance teacher experience. Seeking someone who is friendly, patient, outgoing, take control of the class, and reliable. Applicants must have an in-person interview. Must be a Non-Smoker. Call 516-225-1088 or email or email us at musicalgrl2003@gmail.com

Shining Studios (Port Washington) is seeking musical theatre and dance instructors for their summer Broadway Boot camp. Camp is broken down into 6 one-week long sessions. Applicants need not be available for the whole summer. Indicate which weeks you are available in introductory email. Camp runs from July 10 - Aug 18, 9am - 3pm. The ideal applicant has a dynamic and engaging personality, is highly creative, is a self-starter, and MUST love working with children ages 7-12. Must have reliable transportation to and from Port Washington in order to be considered. Interested parties should contact Shelly at sbrennan.shining@gmail.com to schedule an interview ASAP 

John W. Engeman Theater at Northport is seeking an Asst House Mgr to provide professional and courteous front of house operations and ensure the safety and comfort of all of the patrons. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Train, motivate and supervise all front of house staff and ushers
Resolve seating/patron problems before, during and after the show
Work w/Production Stage Mgr to ensure the proper opening and closing of the house; resumption of the show after intermission
Unlock/Lock doors, turn on/off lights, perform safety check, check public areas for cleanliness/appearance & safety issues
Oversee sales and cash banks for concession and other front of house operations in the theater
Candidate should be reliable, responsible and able to communicate clearly. This position requires NIGHTIME AND WEEKEND HOURS so candidate must be able to work appropriate hours. Send resume & contact info to bhallisey@engemantheater.com Serious inquiries only.

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 fundraisers, private parties or corporate events.
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