The Henegar Center in Melbourne is putting on the Pajama Game (I am in the ensemble), starting March 18. They are in desperate need of a pianist for the rest of the rehearsals & for the show itself. It is a paying position & the person needs to know how to read music well. If you or someone you know might be interested in this, please send me a PM & I can get you in contact with the musical director. This is a great show, a great cast & any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!!
Всем привет, хочу вас пригласить на блог 75кг.ру о диетах и здоровом образе жизни. И хочу вам представить последние три, на данный момент, диеты: Кефирная диета - это монодиета, основанная на потреблении 1.5 литров кефира в сутки.
CASTING CALL for ROCKY HORROR SHOW at SURFSIDE PLAYHOUSE, COCOA BEACH.
(reposted from the Surfside website)
Every October for the last 7 years, Surfside Playhouse has presented 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' to packed houses of screaming fans. And to commemorate the closing of the theatre's landmark 50th season, Surfside is proud to debut on its stage the musical that started it all: 'The Rocky Horror Show'!
'The Rocky Horror Show' is the full stage rock musical that inspired the cult film, 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'. This is NOT the film and shadow cast experience; this is the live band, full stage musical with great songs and crazy characters.
Surfside will be holding open auditions on Sunday and Monday, March 22 and 23 at 7 pm at the Playhouse. All are welcome to audition. Those planning to attend should dress for a dance audition. Also, there will be selections taught and sung from the show, but those interested may bring a prepared song NOT from a stage musical. If bringing a prepared piece, please also bring a background track on CD that does NOT contain vocals. There will also be cold readings.
The show will run from May 22 - June 7. Directed by Anthony Mowad. Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French.
Surfside Playhouse is located at Ramp Road and Brevard Avenue in Cocoa Beach. Phone number is 321-783-3127. It's easy to find. Take State Road A1A to 5th Street South (5 blocks south of Minuteman Causeway) and head west until you drive into it.
James St. James' latest novel, Freak Show, has been made into an authorized adaptation as part of a play opening this weekend at the Orlando Fringe Festival! The show is called "High School Queerbook" and James' piece will be featured as the closing segment of the show. If you know any Party Monster / James St. James / Freak Show fans in or near the Orlando area, be sure to let them know about this great show!
Logan Donahoo Co-author, High School Queerbook
Come and see...
High School Queerbook at the 17th Annual Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival
"Monologues that take a look into the lives of GLBT youth and their high school experiences. Drama, Phys Ed, History, English, Music an Homecoming like you have never seen them before. ALL proceeds go directly to The Orlando Youth Alliance, Central Florida's only support and social network for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered teens and their straight allies."
Starring: Nay Burton, Ryan Grajo, Taylor Grimes, Abigail Maguire, Aaron Stoller, Kyla Swanberg
Writers: Logan Donahoo, David Lee, Chad Lewis, Michael Wanzie, James St. James, John Sullivan, Aaron Stoller, Nay Burton
Location: Orlando Shakespeare Theater (Pink Venue - The Mandell Theater) 812 E Rollins St. Orlando, FL 32803 (Click here for a map)
I don't do anything with this production, but I do know that it is a realible one. So if you have questions fully take advantage of what is under the More Information heading.
Nothin' Productions is officially announcing auditions for Little Shop of Horrors!!!! Please forward this e-mail to anyone and everyone, it's going to be an AMAZING show! Also, tickets are officially on sale at www.nothinproductions.com! Get them quick, this is going to be a big one!
Who: Nothin' Productions is looking for actors from ages 15 to 25.
What: Auditions for Little Shop of Horrors
When: Sunday, September 10, 6 pm to 10 pm
Call-Backs are Monday, September 11, 6 pm to 10 pm
What: Please prepare a 1-minute monologue and any song a capella
(that means without background music)
Where: the Osceola Center for the Arts
2411 E. Irlo Bronson Hwy.
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(about 20 minutes outside of Downtown Orlando)
The performance dates are October 20-22, and 27-29.
Rehearsals begin immediately and are only 2 days per week (usually Wednesday nights and Saturday during the day). We can work around schedules!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, visit www.nothinproductions.com or call 321-278-4368.
Thanks so much, and See You At the Theatre!
Producer, Nothin' Productions
"Dedicated to the promotion and preservation of young artists"
The Unified High School Theatre Project will hold auditions for its entire 2006-2007 season April 24-28, 2006.UHSTP is looking for actors, musical theatre performers, production staff, and student designers (costume, lighting, scenic, and sound) for a season that includes two musicals and a drama fresh off the Broadway stage currently making the rounds in professional regional theatres across the country!
The 2006-2007 season:
Bat Boy: The Musical (FALL 2006)
Story and Book by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming
Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe
CAST REQUIREMENTS: 10 men, 6 women (possibly less)
Ripped from the headlines of The Weekly World News, Bat Boy: The Musical is a classic love story with a serious bite.This delicious twist on the modern day musical comedy tells the amazing story of a boy with pointy ears, his struggle to find a place in a world that shuns him, and the love that can create both miracles and madness.“Outrageously silly and totally charming…” – NY Daily News.“At the end of the show, you’ve been gleefully, outlandishly entertained.” – NY Newsday.
Frozen (WINTER 2007)
By Byron Lavery
CAST REQUIREMENTS: 2 men; 2 women
One evening ten-year-old Rhona goes missing.Her mother, Nancy, retreats into a state of frozen hope.Agnetha, an American academic, comes to England to research a thesis: “Serial Killing – A Forgivable Act?”Then there’s Ralph, a loner who’s looking for some distraction.Drawn together by horrific circumstances, these three embark on a long, dark journey which finally curves upward into the light.Angry, humane and compassionate, Frozen is an extraordinary play that entwines the lives of a murderer, the mother of one of his victims and his psychologist to explore our capacity for forgiveness, remorse and change after an act that would seem to rule them out entirely.“Consistently surprising and even bravely comic…The almost thriller-like promise of the play’s climactic confrontation is like a time bomb ticking in the back of your head. – Independent (London).“A major play…thrilling, humane and timely.” – Times (London).Nominated for the 2004 Tony Award for Best Play, and winner of London’s prestigious Barclay Award for Best New Play.
Cabaret (SPRING 2007)
Book by Joe Masteroff, Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb
CAST REQUIREMENTS: 8 men; 8 women
The roles of Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz will be played by TBA Guest Actors
The revolutionary reinvention of the hit musical, Cabaret, rocked Broadway in 1998 and ran for six years!Based on a play by John Van Druten and the stories of Christopher Isherwood, Cabaret takes place at the close of the 1920’s when Berlin and its inhabitants are unsure of themselves and each other.The romance of Sally Bowles and an American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, are intertwined with the unlikely romance of a German boarding house operator and a Jewish salesman, all the while including commentary from a mysterious Master of Ceremonies at the seedy Kit Kat Club.Leave all your troubles outside, as John Kander and Fred Ebb’s brilliant score, including “Maybe This Time,” “Money, Money,” “It Couldn’t Have Pleased Me More,” “Perfectly Marvelous,” and of course, “Cabaret,” take you on an intense journey through pre-Hitler Berlin.
Actors – Auditions for actors will be held on April 26th and 27th, with callbacks on April 28th.Actors are asked to prepare two COMPLETE musical theatre songs showcasing vocal ability and range, as well as a one minute monologue of your choice.An accompanist will be provided—please bring sheet music in the appropriate key.Taped accompaniment is acceptable, but absolutely NO A CAPELLA singing will be accepted.Actors who do not sing, but are interested in performing in Frozen are asked to prepare a three-minute dramatic monologue of your choice.ALL performers are required to bring a headshot and resume` to their audition.
Technicians/Designers – Auditions for technicians and designers will consist of interviews on April 24th and 25th.All technicians and designers should come prepared with a resume`.Interested stage managers should bring prompt books from previous productions as well as letters of recommendation from your high school theatre teacher and/or sponsor.Designers should bring portfolios and photographs of their designs and be prepared to discuss design ideas for productions from the 2006-2007 season.
All actors, technicians, and designers SHOULD NOTE: In order to be a member of the 2006-2007 UHSTP season, you must be an enrolled high school student during the 2006-2007 school year and have the ability to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA.
Auditions and Interviews will be held at Daytona BeachCommunity College in the GoddardTheatreBuilding from until .DBCC is located at 1200 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL, 32114.Arrive between 6:30 PM and 7 PM to sign up for an audition/interview slot and to fill out the appropriate paperwork.Questions?E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 24th and 25th, 2006 – 7 PM to 10 PM – Technician/Designer Interviews– DBCC Chorus Room
April 26th and 27th, 2006 – 7 PM to 10 PM – Actor Auditions – DBCC Chorus Room
April 28th, 2006 – – Actor Call-Backs – DBCC Dance Studio
The Rollins Players and The Department of Theatre and Dance Present
The Book Of Liz
Director’s note: A Philosophy Lesson Slips on a Banana Peel
Since mankind first clawed its way out of the primordial ooze and developed its first cognitive thought, we have been obsessed with finding our place in the world and our reason for being there. What is the meaning of life? Does God really exist? What came first: the chicken, the egg, or the oversized peanut? Such questions haunt all of us as we muddle through our daily lives trying to scratch out our place in the world and decipher our reason for existence. The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris is an off-the-wall comedy that explores our search for purpose and belonging. As you enjoy tonight’s performance, I hope you laugh, a lot. If the next hour and a half is not a hoot and a half, than we simply have not done our job and should be beaten over the head with a pickling oar. But while you’re catching a breath between laughs, I challenge you to consider Liz’s search for self-fulfillment and the lessons we can all learn from a sweaty, elderly cheesemaker. Like a philosophy lecture that ends with a cream pie slinging fight, her bizarre little story can teach us all to reexamine our own lives, faith, and choices in snack food.