Fall shows are now auditioning! Join one of the mid hudson valley's fabulous community theater groups for a memorable fall theater experience. Audition information follows - please feel free to let me know about any other auditions going on in the Hudson Valley.
August 4, 5, 11, 12
1:00pm invited call
3:00 open call
5:00 pm end
Prepare and bring sheet music, that you know well and that shows off your voice. Be prepared to move and dance (no sandals, flip flops, jeans)
Seeking all roles - men, women, children (10 and up) Energetic with dynamic personalities with comedic and improv skills are needed. Acrobatic skills are a major plus.
THE CAT IN THE HAT is the essence of mischief, fun and imagination. Looking for physically adept actor to be able to play comic cameos and is comfortable improvising with an audience.
JOJO is a "Thinker", a smart child with a wild imagination
HORTON THE ELEPHANT. Think of him as a big-hearted blue collar guy who is steadfast and responsible.
GERTRUDE MCFUZZ. Very self-conscious and aware that her one-feather tail isn't perfect. She changes during the show from a vain, nervous, shy bird to a grown-up willing to commit herself to Horton.
MAYSIE LA BIRD. Self-centered, selfish and vain. She manipulates anyone she can and realizes she could never be a good parent .
SOUR KANGAROO. She isn't sour at all. She's just got a lot of attitude. She is loud, brassy and alot of fun.
GENERAL GENGUS KHAN SCHMITZ. General Schmitz is bursting with pride at the military academy he runs. He is a comic character, because it is clear that he's misguided. By the end of the show, he discovers that making war may not be the right thing and that adults can learn from children as well.
THE WICKERSHAM BROTHERS. Kids that tease, play pranks, make music together on a street corner and enjoy playing off one another.
THE WHOS. Many roles including the principle roles of MR. and MRS. MAYOR who are JOJO's parents. The WHOs live in the dust speck that Horton protects.
JUNGLE CREATURES. Distinct human personas. Be imaginative. Be wild. Be simple.
Golden Stone Productions
Auditions will take place at the Senate Gym stage on the SUNY Ulster campus
For Directions to the college http://www.sunyulster.edu/welcome/visiting_suny_ulster/directions.jsp
The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
August 8 & 14, 7:30 – 9:00 PM
Call Back August 15 7:30 – 9:00 PM
Brewster Theater Company
Brewster Public Library
Known as Oscar Wilde’s most hilarious comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest centers around a pun on the name "Ernest." John Worthing is "Jack" in the country and "Ernest" in the city. He has met his true love, Gwendolyn, in the city, which he thinks will work out very well for she will only marry a man named Ernest. But what happens when Gwendolyn unexpectedly visits him in the country and finds out who he really is? As Oscar Wilde wrote, "The truth is rarely pure and never simple."
2 Men (Ages 20s - 30s)
1 Man (Ages 40s – 70s)
2 Men (Any Age)
2 Women (Ages 20s - 30s)
2 Women (Ages 40s – 70s)
Readings will be done from material provided.
The Importance of Being Earnest is scheduled to be performed on October 12th, 13th, 19th and 20th at 8 p.m. Directed by Debbie Levin, this production will be performed at The Melrose School, Federal Road, Brewster, NY
For further information and directions, please:
go to www.brewstertheatercompany.org,
send e-mail to email@example.com
or leave a message at: (845) 598-1621
Performance Dates: October 25 – November 4, 2007 There will be 2 Thursday morning shows for schools. Directed by Lou Trapani, Produced by Diana di Grandi for UP IN ONE PRODUCTIONS
For further information contact the producer at (845) 876 - 5348
September 7, 9, 20 at 7:00PM
The Gilbert & Sullivan Musical Theater Company
First Presbyterian Church
100 Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, New York
We will be auditioning for all principal roles:
Dr. Pangloss (baritone)
Paquette (mezzo soprano)
The Old Lady (mezzo soprano)
plus many smaller roles, coming out of the chorus, of all voice types,
and a large chorus of servants, soldiers, townspeople, executioners, priests, sailors, pirates, slaves and animals.
Those auditioning for a principal role should prepare a song from the show. Those auditioning for smaller and/or choral roles should prepare any song highlighting the singer's vocal range and ability.
For more information call Marlene at (845) 658-9813.
The Woman in Black
September 9, 10 at 7:00 PM
County Players Falls Theatre
2681 W. Main St
Wappingers Falls, NY
Performance Dates: November 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 2007
Synopsis: A ghost play. Although the beginning of the play is set in 1920's England, the story and its characters relate to some 30 years earlier, the late Victorian/turn of the century period. The action alternates between the time-frames. Kipps, a middle-aged lawyer, engages a young actor to help him tell his spine-chilling tale of a dreadful curse and a mysterious woman in black. In challenging, tour-de-force roles, the two men bring multiple characters to life as Kipps attempts to exorcise his ghost.
Needed: One woman, two men. This play-within-a-play requires strong acting skills from the two male characters and, preferably, some command of English accents. The young woman must move with grace, like a dancer.
The Actor: Age range: 20's to 30's.Plays both himself, a confident professional actor, and Kipps as a young man beginning his career in a prestigious London firm. He must reveal distinct differences in both characters' personalities and take the audience on a journey through extremes of emotion and fear.
Kipps: Age range: 50's to 60's. Plays himself as an older man, and six other distinct characters. Older Kipps is a gentle man, well educated, not outgoing in any way. Affected all his life by his terrible experience, he struggles to tell this story (as himself, and during narration passages.) We must like him and feel for him: he is the sympathetic character. The other characters portrayed by Kipps are:
September 10, 11, 12, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Coach House Players
12 Augusta Street
Call: (845) 331-2476
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