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[Chicago] Actor — LEGALLY BLONDE JR. – Fox Valley Rep Non Equity Auditions

Fox Valley Rep to hold Youth Ensemble Auditions for

Legally Blonde Jr.

Auditions: September 26 & 27, 2014

September 2014, St. Charles, IL – The Fox Valley Rep Performing Arts Academy is searching for the best and brightest young talent in the Fox Valley ages 8-18 to audition for the fall Youth Ensemble musical production, Legally Blonde Jr. Auditions will take place at Fox Valley Rep’s home on September 26 & 27, 2014- Pheasant Run Resort (4051 E. Main St., St. Charles, IL; education telephone 630-364-0550).

Director Jacque Lueken returns to Fox Valley Repertory after directing the youth ensemble productions of Annie Jr., Alice in Wonderland and It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play. Music Director Jeffrey Poindexter will also return to Fox Valley Repertory after music directing several of their professional musical productions including the critic acclaimed Sisters of Swing, Nunsense, and Forever Plaid.

Lueken also serves as the Executive Director of Three Cat Education and is a Director at New York’s Long Lake Camp for the Arts. She is a Director at Roosevelt University and an Artist at The University of Chicago.

Legally Blonde Jr. Audition Information
This is an audition only program. Auditions will be held Friday, September 26 from 4:00-6:00pm and on Saturday, September 27 from 10:00am-1:00pm. Actors are asked to bring an 8 x 10 photo/headshot attached to a proper actor’s resume (if experienced). Please memorize a 1 minute monologue in the style of the show which portrays a character you are most interested in playing.You will also need to prepare and memorize 32 bars of a song from a similar show. Bring sheet music; an accompanist will be provided. Do not bring CDs or sing a song from the show. Singing a capella is not recommended. Be prepared to dance with proper shoes and clothing. Please register for an audition at www.foxvalleyrepacademy.org.

About the FVR Performing Arts Academy

The Fox Valley Rep Arts Academy is a non-profit organization. The academy continues to feature some of the Chicago area’s most respected teachers, directors, actors and musicians. The academy is proudly sponsored by Delnor Express Care and Kane County Chronicle.
For more information on the Performing Arts Academy or for more audition information, visitwww.foxvalleyrepacademy.org, call 630-364-0550, or email education@foxvalleyrep.org. Fox Valley Repertory at Pheasant Run Resort is located at 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles, IL. Additional theater information may be obtained at www.foxvalleyrep.org.


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[Orlando] Actor — A CHRISTMAS STORY and GYPSY – Surfside Players Non Equity Auditions

AUDITIONS and SIGN-UPS, October 19 – 20
Sunday & Monday, 7:00pm
A CHRISTMAS STORY
Adapted by Phillip Grecian from the movie written by Jean Shepherd
Presented by Special Arrangement with Dramatic Publishing
Directed by Eva Knowles

Humorist Jean Shepherd’s memoir of growing up in the midwest in the 1940s follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder 200-Shot Carbine Action Range Model Air Rifle under the tree for Christmas. But whenever he pleads his case before the adults in his life, the response is “You’ll shoot your eye out!” All the elements from the beloved motion picture are here, including the family’s temperamental exploding furnace; Scut Farkas, the school bully; the boys’ experiment with a wet tongue on a cold flagpole; the Little Orphan Annie decoder pin; Ralphie’s father winning a “major award”; and more!

This adaptation of A CHRISTMAS STORY by Phillip Grecian is Surfside’s presentation for the Christmas season, and we are thrilled to announce that it will be directed by our Youth Players director, Eva Knowles! Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois. Caution: Contains PG-rated language.

We will be holding Open Auditions and Volunteer Sign-ups on Sunday and Monday, October 19 and 20, at 7:00pm. We need actors of all ages including children! There are 5 boys (1 of them a teenager), 2 girls, 2 women, and at least 2 men. Performance dates are December 12th – 21st (Fridays/Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 2:00pm). More details are at www.surfsideplayers.com –> Auditions.

A CHRISTMAS STORY, By Phillip Grecian. Based on the motion picture A Christmas Story, © 1983 Turner Entertainment Co., distributed by Warner Bros., written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark; and on the book In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash by Jean Shepherd.

AUDITIONS and SIGN-UPS, October 26 – 27
Sunday & Monday, 7:00pm
GYPSY
By Arthur Laurents, Jule Styne, and Stephen Sondheim
Presented by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark
Directed by Bryan Bergeron; Musical Direction by John Kurowski

Note: This musical takes the place of Guys and Dolls, for which the license rights were withdrawn due to a national professional tour.

Gypsy is the ultimate story about an aggressive stage mother. Join Rose and her daughters June and Louise in their trip across the United States during the 1920′s, when vaudeville is dying, burlesque is growing, and Rose demands nothing less than superstardom from her daughters even as her desperation and ruthlessness drives this family further apart. This is a gripping story of one of the most frightening aspects of show business.

Gypsy has been adapted into two movies and revived four times on Broadway since its original run. It has been described by New York Times theatre critics Clive Barnes, Ben Brantley and Frank Rich as one of the greatest American musicals. Jule Styne’s music and Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics include Let Me Entertain You, Some People, You’ll Never Get Away from Me, If Momma Was Married, All I Need Is the Girl, Everything’s Coming Up Roses, You Gotta Get A Gimmick and Together Wherever We Go. Presented by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark.

Open auditions and Volunteer Sign-Ups are Sunday andMonday, October 26 and 27, at 7:00pm. We need 6 leading women, 2 leading men, and a large ensemble including children. No experience is necessary, and no roles have been pre-cast. Performance dates are January 23rd – February 8th, 2015 (Fridays/Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 2:00pm). See www.surfsideplayers.com –> Auditions for the list of characters and specific audition requirements.

GYPSY: Book by Arthur Laurents. Music by Jule Styne. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Suggested by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. Original Production by David Merrick & Leland Hayward. Entire production originally directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins.


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[New Orleans] Actor — A CHRISTMAS CAROL – Southern Rep Theatre Non Equity Auditions

SOUTHERN REP THEATRE ANNOUNCES OPEN AUDITIONS FOR A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Southern Rep Theatre will hold open auditions for its upcoming production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL on September 25 2014 at Carrollton United Methodist Church.

WHEN AND WHERE
Thursday, September 25, 6:00pm-9:00pm.
Carrollton United Methodist Church
921 South Carrollton Ave. (Entrance on Freret)

AVAILABLE ROLES
Clowns: 3 actors needed to play a multitude of roles. Must be acrobatic and able to juggle. Some singing and dancing.

Fred: Scrooge’s nephew, 20′s.

DETAILS
The production runs December 3-21, with rehearsals starting on November 10.

EMC points are available. All roles are paid.

Open Auditions – AEA members may call for an appointment at 504-523-9857.

ABOUT SOUTHERN REP THEATRE
Now in its 28th Season, Southern Rep Theatre produces award-winning programs that are engaging, educational, and accessible for audiences of every socioeconomic background. Under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director, Aimée Hayes, Southern Rep Theatre’s Mainstage Season work includes bold World and Regional Premieres as well as the best of Broadway, off-Broadway, and classic plays. Southern Rep Theatre’s Lagniappe Series and “School to Stage Pipeline” of Arts Education Programs reflect the company’s ongoing commitment to new play development by providing resources for students and burgeoning theatre professionals and supporting a more diverse theatre community. A mainstay of New Orleans’ arts community, Southern Rep Theatre continues to build on its unique position as a sector leader, creative force, and important resource for contemporary American theatre.


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[Chicago] Actor — JUST RANTING THE BLUES, PLAY #002: LORENZO THE RAT SLAYER – Just Ranting the Blues Non Equity Auditions

- Just Ranting the Blues, Play #002: Lorenzo The Rat Slayer -

Looking for 6 talented, physical actors for its upcoming production. We are seeking actors who strive for truth in their work and are able to express themselves fully on stage. Actors must have the endurance to participate in a show that’s action pack from start to finish.

Send a headshot, resume and weekly availability to the e-mail address provided and we will inform you of your confirmed audition time, audition location and materials needed for auditions. *Include in e-mail preferred date and time, if any.

For more information about Just Ranting the Blues and its personas, please visit: facebook.com/justrantingtheblues

AUDITION DATES: October 6th – October 10th

EQUITY/NON EQUITY: Non Equity

PAY: Stipend

TYPE/RESTRICTION:
* Lorenzo The Rat Slayer – Male. Early-Mid Twenties. Charged by the Powers That Be to slayer the true evil threatening mankind, Rats.
* Cynthia Woods – Female. Mid-Late Twenties. A young, but established report for a local Chicago newspaper.
* Deus Ex Machina – Unisex. Ageless. A personification of the literary device.
* Kurt Vonnegut – Male. A twenty-something. People often say that he’s not THE Kurt Vonnegut, but he would beg to differ.
* Sam Smiley – Cynthia Wood’s Editor.

TIME COMMITMENT: Rehearsal (tentative): Oct. 25-Dec. 11 (3-4 rehearsals per week)


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[Dallas] Actor — IN THE HEIGHTS – Junior Players Non Equity Auditions

Audition Details:
Date: Saturday, October 18, 2014
Times: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Sammons Center for the Arts
Kurth Hall, 4th Floor
3630 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219

To Set Up an Appointment:
Please send an email with a preferred audition time. Appointments will be in 10 minute increments (1:00, 1:10, 1:20, etc.).

Email: devon@juniorplayers.org
Call: 214-526-4076

Who is Eligible:
Any Dallas or surrounding area high school student who is currently in grades 9-12.

You Will Need:
1) Please prepare a selection of one verse and one chorus from a song in the style of the show. An accompanist will be provided or you may sing along with a track.
2) Please be prepared to read a selection from the script. Sides are posted on our website.
3) A Recent Photo or Headshot
4) A Resume of your Theatrical Experience

For More Information, Please Go To:
www.juniorplayers.org

Production Details:
Call Backs: October 25th — 10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: Sammons Center for the Arts

Rehearsals: October 29, 2014 – January 7, 2015 (Mondays, Wednesdays, & Saturdays)
Location: TBD

Performances: January 8 – 11, 2015
Location: Dallas City Performance Hall


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[Chicago] Actor — SEE ROCK CITY & OTHER DESTINATIONS – Stage 773 Non Equity Auditions

The Chicago premiere of “See Rock City & Other Destinations”, a Drama Desk Award- winning musical, is casting all roles at auditions this October 26th and 27th at North Shore Baptist Church, 5244 N. Lakewood Avenue. This non-equity production will be presented by William Pacholski and Robert Ollis at Stage 773 in July 2015.

To sign up for an audition slot: www.meetme.so/rockcitychicago
More info: www.rockcity-chicago.com

Audition Information
The early casting will permit you to plan your upcoming performance schedule around this 2015 commitment.

Strong singers are required for this show with contemporary musical theater – pop/rock styles. There is one non-singing role (male), plus one role for an older male (50+) portraying a grandfather in a wheelchair. There will be choreography, but a strong background in dance is not required. Ethnic and minority actors are welcomed. There is an actor’s stipend for this production.

For auditions, please prepare 16 bars from a contemporary musical theater piece or rock/pop song that demonstrates your range. Also please bring a contemporary monologue – up to 1 minute, but we may have to cut you off early due to time limitations.

Audition times are available and you can sign up online.
Sunday 10/26, 3pm – 7pm Monday 10/27, 6 pm – 10pm
To sign up for an audition slot: www.meetme.so/rockcitychicago
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?Rehearsal and Performance Schedule:
Individual music rehearsals will begin in mid-late May 2015 by appointment with our Music Director, working around your schedule.
Staging, Choreography, and Dress rehearsals are set to begin June 8th, 2015 and will continue on specified weeknights and certain weekend days until Opening Night on July 2nd, 2015. All rehearsals will be on the north side of Chicago, either in Uptown or Lakeview.
The run of the show will be July 2 – August 2, 2015 at Stage 773 in Lakeview.
The run will include 5 weekly performances; these will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, and Sundays at 6pm. The show is about 90 minutes with no intermission.
On Fridays we may offer a second, late-night show of See Rock City…, or an occasional cabaret where the cast members will be able to perform other songs from their books for audiences who choose to stay after the show in a casual, fun environment.
We will also be presenting promotional appearances in the three months leading up to rehearsals including a cabaret revue in March at Stage 773, media appearances, and a couple of private in-home events. Participation by cast members at these events will be encouraged.
A more detailed schedule will be available at the auditions. By coming to auditions, we assume that you are available to commit to the above times.

Roles we are casting include:

Jess (bari-tenor)?
A young traveler — late twenties or thirties. A bit of a “road warrior”, he’s been on the road as long as he can remember – and he’s pretty much seen it all. He’s searching for something, but not quite sure what.
Dodi (mezzo/alto)?
A small town Carolina waitress, also in her twenties+. She’s never left the state. Southern charm in abundance – think Kirsten Dunst in “Elizabethtown”.
Evan (baritone)?
A young loner. No money, no girlfriend, no job… but he hasn’t given up hope for a connection that is something out of this world.
Lauren (mezzo/alto)?
A school teacher from Fredericksburg. She’s single, and has given up hope for finding “the one”.
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Grampy (baritone)?
Lauren’s Grandfather. He suffered a stroke a few years back that left him unable to walk. He is in a wheelchair, but is still in intimate communication with Lauren. He has a touching solo: Grampy’s Song.
Dempsey (no solo singing)?
A young professional. He’s a divorce lawyer, but he hates it, if that makes it any better. He’s hopeful that love is out there waiting for him. This non-singing role does not have a song, except ensemble numbers.
Lily (mezzo/alto)?
The youngest of three sisters who take an Alaskan cruise to spread their father’s ashes at his favorite place. She just wants her sisters to get along. For an actress in her 30’s and up.
Judy (mezzo/alto)?
Lily’s sister. She’s the emotional one. For an actress in her 30’s and up.
Claire (alto)?
Lily and Judy’s sister. She just wants to get this over with. The oldest of the sisters, for an actress in her 40’s and up.
Cutter (tenor)?
A prep-school teen. He’s the “bad influence”.?
* We are looking for a teenage performer for this role, or an older actor who looks and plays young (high-school age.)
Rick (tenor)?
A prep-school teen. He’s Cutter’s best friend. He’s the “good kid”.?
* We are looking for a teenage performer for this role, or an older actor who looks and plays young (high-school age).
Kate (mezzo/alto)?
A soon-to-be-bride. She’s not ready to get married… or is she?
Tour Guide (baritone)?
Our narrator. He plays small role in each of the scenes, and in the final scene is determined to give Kate a little push, leading the songs “Niagara Falls – the Tour” and “Some People Do”.


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[Orlando] Actor — PETER PAN – Garden Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Garden Theatre Announces Auditions for Peter Pan

Open Call for All Roles October 19 – 23, 2014

The Garden Theatre is pleased to announce auditions for its self-produced spring musical Peter Pan. Auditions will be held at the Garden Theatre (160 West Plant Street in Winter Garden) from October 19 – 23, 2014.

Peter Pan will run May 1 – 31, 2015 at the Garden Theatre, with Friday and Saturday evening performances, and matinee performances on Saturday and Sunday.

To sign up, RSVP to auditions@gardentheatre.org with your preferred audition date (Sunday, October 19th or Monday, October 20th), and you will be assigned a time block. For more audition information, visit gardentheatre.org/auditions.

Rehearsals begin March 9, 2015. Some cast members will be required to make various public appearances in conjunction with show publicity. Performances of Peter Pan run from May 1 – 31, 2015, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm and 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm.

Audition Schedule

Sunday, October 19, 2014: Open Call
1 – 4pm: Ages 5 through 14
4 – 6pm: Ages 15 – Adults

Monday, October 20, 2014: Open Call
5 – 7pm: Ages 5 through 14
8 – 10pm: Ages 15 – Adults

Wednesday, October 22, 2014: Callbacks
6 – 10pm: By invited appointment

Thursday, October 23, 2014: Callbacks
6 – 10pm: By invited appointment

Lead Character Breakdown

PETER PAN – Childhood and boyishness personified, Peter is athletic and not shy about taking to flight when the moment suits him. His reflexes are catlike and his presence exhilarating. A creature of constant motion. Both males and females of various ages are encouraged to audition for the role of Peter Pan.

CAPTAIN HOOK – The one-handed captain of the Jolly-Roger. Relentless and restless in his pursuit of Pan, Hook is short-fused and ridiculous. He is a larger than life villain.
Male, 30-50 years old

JOHN NAPOLEON DARLING – The middle Darling child. A sly smile is always at home on John’s face. He has a mischievous twinkle in his eye and is always ready for an adventure.
Male, 11-14 years old

MICHAEL DARLING – The youngest Darling child. Never far from his favorite Teddy, Michael is sweet and innocent. He is ever so lovable and very huggable.
Male, 6-9 years old

MR. DARLING – A bit of grouch, Mr. Darling is a professional who happens to be a father. Though sparkles of his love peak through from time to time, he often has places to go and people to see. He may be of imposing size.
Male, 30-50 years old

MRS. DARLING – The Darling matriarch. Mrs. Darling glides about gently but swiftly from task to task with motherly precision. She has a pleasant strength to her demeanor.
Female, 25-45 years old

SMEE – Captain Hook’s knockabout lackey. An archetypical evil side-kick, Smee might be a bit rotund and is definitely dwarfed by Hook. Should be portrayed by an actor with physical comedy chops.
Male, 28-48 years old

TIGER LILY – A striking Native American princess, Tiger Lily is a tough girl and an excellent dancer. She should command the stage when taking it and move about it as would mist.
Female, 14-17 years old

WENDY DARLING – The eldest Darling child. Wendy is compassionate, incredibly loving, and very protective of her younger brothers. She is the child every parent wishes they had.
Female, 13-16 years old

Ensemble
Ensemble players will include Indians, the Lost Boys, pirates and various animals.

Audition Requirements – Children
• Each performer must be between the ages of 5 and 14.
• Each performer should be ready to perform either “My Country ‘Tis of Thee,” “Happy Birthday” (with the accompanist), or 32 bars of a song of choice (must provide sheet music).
• No a cappella singing allowed and no monologues required.
• If available, each performer may bring two headshots/résumés.
• Each performer should be dressed ready to move as they may be asked to learn and perform a short piece of choreography.
• Each performer should know their schedule availability for the rehearsal and performance period beginning early March throughMay 31, 2015.

Audition Requirements – Adults
• Each performer should be ready to perform 32 bars of a song. Be prepared to sing the entire song if asked and please provide sheet music for accompanist. No mp3 players, CDs, or a cappella.
• Each performer should be dressed ready to move as they may be asked to learn and perform a short piece of choreography.
• Each performer should bring two headshots/résumés (if available).
• Monologues and dancing may be required at callbacks.
• Each performer should know their schedule availability for the rehearsal and performance period beginning early March throughMay 31, 2015.

About Peter Pan
A family classic, Peter Pan premiered on October 20, 1954 at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City, featuring a book by J.M. Barrie, music by Mark “Moose” Charlap and Jule Style, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, direction and choreography by Jerome Robbins. Mary Martin played the lead role of the boy who won’t grow up. Since that time, the musical has been revived five times on Broadway.

Join Peter Pan, Wendy, Michael and John in the timeless Broadway musical that will whisk you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up. The travelers come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates, and of course the villainous Captain Hook in one of the most beloved family favorites of all time.

Each spring, Garden Theatre selects a large cast musical to showcase both professional and community members on the stage, featuring professional designers and production team members. This Garden Theatre production is directed by Karen Rugerio and will feature advanced digital technology by Nth Degree.

About the Director
Karen Rugerio, founder of Act III Acting Studio and former Director of Theatre at Dr. Phillips High School, will direct. Although Rugerio retired from Dr. Phillips in May of this year, she is in the process of starting a new program in which students with disabilities or autism learn acting skills. The program is being named “Robin’s Nest Kids Co.” after the late Robin Cherney, a woman who loved acting and made great strides on the stage at Dr. Phillips. Rugerio has continued her partnership with the Garden Theatre as director of the Garden Theatre summer camps program, and this will be her first time directing a production for the theatre.

About the Garden Theatre
Located in the heart of historic downtown Winter Garden on Plant Street, the Garden Theatre is a not-for-profit community organization committed to enriching, engaging, and entertaining through creative experiences. The theatre, which reopened 2008, showcases an atmospheric theatre in a Mediterranean Revival style venue. The Garden Theatre hosts live plays, concerts, movies, and more to the residents of and visitors to the city of Winter Garden. For tickets or additional information, contact the Garden Theatre Box Office at 407-877-GRDN (4736) or gardentheatre.org.


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[San Francisco] Actor — THE DINNER DETECTIVE – The Dinner Detective Non Equity Auditions

***PLEASE READ FULL POSTING FOR ALL INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS***

Where:
- Waterfront Hotel, 10 Washington St., Oakland, CA 94607
- Please check in at the front desk to confirm and get directions for auditions held in ‘Port-side Room’

When:
- Those auditioning will be seen in a group on Saturday, September 27th at 12:30.
- Do your best to be on time but if you are running late please still do stop in, we’ll still see you, or drop in to the next time slot
- Those auditioning should expect to stay for 2 hours but could be released sooner.

Seeking:
- Actors ages 18-55, for hire as company cast members.
- Shows are ongoing, most Saturday nights, only 9 company members are needed for one show.
-Actors are scheduled according to their availability, collected each month.
-Actors with improv experience are a plus.

What:
-Interactive, Improv Murder Mystery Dinner Show set in modern day with no costumes and no serving required.
-Show performs Saturday nights and some weekdays subject to actor availability.
-Time commitment for regular shows is 4-6 hours including a pre-show rehearsal.
-No weekly rehearsals required, you rehears only when you are scheduled to work.
-Weekly show location is at the Waterfront Hotel of Oakland
-Private shows booked all over Greater San Francisco/Oakland Area, travel stipends are added when locations are more than 20 miles from the Waterfront Hotel location.
- Casting rotates depending on actor availability collected & scheduled on a 1 month basis.

Audition:
- 2 hours, audition consisting of improv games.

Requirement:
-Hard copy of head shot or recent picture, quality is not a concern provided we have something to remember you by.
-Resumes are also needed no matter your level of experience; all levels are welcome to audition.

Pay: Pay ranges from $50-$110 plus meal and tips, pending role. Roles rotate each show.

Submissions:
Please submit head shot via email, to Allison@TheDinnerDetective.com. Please enter your date and time selection within the subject line; i.e.
“DD-SFO 9/27 12:30″


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[Los Angeles] Actor — PETER PAN – Theatre 360 Non Equity Auditions

Don’t miss this epic story of one of popular culture’s most enduring and beloved characters while discovering the Peter Pan you never knew!

Join The Boy Who Never Grew Up as we retell this classic tale of Captain Hook, Tinkerbell, Smee, Wendy, and the unforgettable characters that make Neverland a magical place. Fun, mystery and innovative storytelling will delight audiences as the cast of characters use their enormous talent and imagination in their journey each night. Peter Pan is the perfect show for the child in all of us who dreamed of soaring high and never growing up.

Seeking: Singer, dancer, actors ages 6 to 19 – all roles open. Risk-taking is essential for this show, so take this into consideration when choosing your audition material. All performers must be able to move well.

Preparation: 1) Students must prepare a 1-minute comedic monologue, memorized. 2) Prepare 32 bars of an upbeat contemporary or classic song. Music should be in the style of the character you wish to be considered for; no recorded music, no outside accompanists, or a capella. Bring sheet music in proper key, accompanist provided.

Auditions: September 27, 2-4pm*
Call Backs: September 28, 12-3pm
First Rehearsal: September 30
Performances: December 2014

*Enrollment in a Theatre 360 Fall Session class and scheduling an audition time are required.

For a tentative rehearsal schedule and information on our auditions and productions, call our office at 626.577.5922 or email us atinfo@theatre360.org. www.theatre360.org


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[New York] Actor — MOON OVER BUFFALO – North Fork Community Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Auditions for North Fork Community Theatre’s production of Moon Over Buffalo will be held on Sunday October 26th and Monday, October 27th from 7- 9 PM. If callbacks are needed they will be held on Tuesday, October 28th from 7 – 9PM. All roles are open. Please contact director Robert Horn for more information:rphornbird@aol.com or 631-744-2976. The North Fork Community Theatre is located at 12700 Old Sound Avenue in Mattituck, NY.


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