Updated May. 22 by Workshop Theater Company
Christmas catastrophe! Santa's sleigh is overloaded, and a new elf has brought chaos to the workshop! But buried in the snow nearby is something that, along with some cast-off reindeer, may just save Christmas.
Come and join the Workshop Theater Company as we present the fun-for-all-ages musical comedy, "The Second Sleigh: A World Premiere Musical," and help us find the answers to Santa's problems.
Updated May. 21 by Cross Community Players
Cross Community Players is looking for a VOCAL DIRECTOR/Accompanist for it's upcoming production of "Children of Eden". If you have any past experience as a Vocal Coach/Director please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Performances are July 19-28.
Updated May. 20 by Top Hat Theatre
Auditions appointments are now being taken for our summer Fringe production of The Wind in the Willows. Ages 8 plus are welcome to audition. Seeking a large cast of strong singers, actors and dancers to portray a vast array of characters.... from the sultry, sassy weasels, the arrogant and eccentric Toad, the comical rabbits, to the sweet and sincere Mole, this ensemble show is packed full of an original musical score, coupled with an adapted text of this treasured 1908 Kenneth Grahame novel.
Updated May. 19 by Remedios Creative LLC
Summer 2013 Enrolling Now. A few spots are still available!
Fee $299 per student, Limited 12 students
Updated May. 17 by Guthrie Theater
GUTHRIE MASTER CLASS: AUDITION SEMINAR
presented by JOHN MILLER-STEPHANY, Guthrie Theater Associate Artistic Director
Monday, June 3, 2013
6pm to 9pm
Guthrie Theater: Rehearsal Room 2
Registration fee: $75
Register on line at: http://securesite.guthrietheater.org/auxiliary/Detail.aspx?p=14971
or call 612.225.6134
Updated May. 17 by Park Square Theatre
PARK SQUARE THEATRE seeks AEA and Non-AEA actors of all races for the following 2013-2014 productions.
OF MICE AND MEN directed by Richard Cook
Seeking the following roles for 1 Women and 6.
Men: 20-50, Women: play late teen’s to mid-20s.
George Milton: a farmhand who accepts day labor who travels with, cares for and assumes responsibility for Lennie (and their shared dream of life on their future farm)
Curley’s Wife: never named, the only woman on the ranch – lonely for friendship or companionship; dreams of a missed life of glamour or self-expression
Updated May. 17 by Theatre Terra Firma
Theatre Terra Firma is taking on its third annual Shake in a Day Project and we need actors!
Previous years' project were a huge success and so we decided to do it all over again! We know there are a lot of questions about what the heck it is. So here we go...
1) What the heck is Shake in a Day?
Basically what we're doing is an entire Shakespeare production in 24 HOURS! That means from selection of the play to design to rehearsals (and memorization!) to performance in one full day.
2) When will this madness happen?
Updated May. 16 by Lynn Blumenthal Casting
“Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”
Starring: STEVE CARELL
Director: MIGUEL ARTETA
Based on the novel by: JUDITH VIORST
Writers: ROB LIEBER & LISA CHOLODENKO
Shoots: AUGUST-OCTOBER 2013 / CALIFORNIA
Minneapolis Casting: LYNN BLUMENTHAL CASTING
Updated May. 16 by TROMPE L'OEIL
Auditioning for a new work entitled “The Forger’s Apprentice” based on the book with the same name written by Mark Forgy.
DIRECTED BY: Sara Pillatzki-Warzeha
WRITTEN BY: Mark Forgy & Kevin Bowen
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC BY: Martha Davis & Kevin Bowen
Updated May. 16 by U of MN
~Are you skilled at acting in real world settings?
~Are you 21 years of age or older?
~Do you have a reliable car, valid driver’s license, and a clean driving record?
~Are you able to work some Friday nights from 5 – 11 pm?
~Are you detail oriented?
~Auditions held Wednesday June 5 at 5:15 PM - MUST RSVP.
~Email Dawn for more information about the gig and audition.
Updated May. 16 by Park Square Theatre
WORDS BY directed by David Ellenstein, book by Joesph Vass
SEEKING 1 MALE for the role of Ira Gershwin
Ira Gershwin: self-effacing and shy. Ira must be an actor who can sing.
Nov. 12th First Rehearsal
Nov. 22nd Onstage Rehearsal (EVE ONLY)
Nov. 23rd – 24th TECH
Nov. 26th – 28th Dress
Nov. 29th – Dec. 5th Preview
Dec. 6th Opening (Wed. – Sat. 7:30pm, Sat. & Sun, 2pm)
Dec. 29 Closing
Location for Auditions: Park Square Theatre
408 Saint Peter Street, Suite 110
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Check-in at the Lobby outside the Rehearsal Hall
Updated May. 16 by guthrie
Guthrie will conduct open auditions for Twin Cities based non-union adult (ages 18 & up) for our upcoming 2013-2014 Season. All performers interested will be seen as follows:
Non-union call in day Thursday, 23rd May: Call 612.225.6109 between 1 & 3 pm to make an appt for auditions which will be held on 1st & 4th June. 4th June is the musical audition day, if you wish to sing on this day, please also prepare a brief song from the classical musical theater repertoire.
Updated May. 16 by Sean Dillon
Seeking AEA and non-AEA performers for Promiscuous Fiction, a world-premiere production in the 2013 Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Promiscuous Fiction is a stage adaptation of several short stories by acclaimed author Jonathan Lethem, each adapted by a different playwright, including some local Fringe legends. The stories vary from sublime to ridiculous, deeply personal to wildly apocalyptic.
Updated May. 15 by Prior Lake Players Community Theatre
The Prior Lake Players will be holding open auditions for the classic comedy "Arsenic & Old Lace" on Monday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 12 from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. at Twin Oaks Middle School in Prior Lake (15860 Fish Point Road SE).
Auditioners should prepare a short comedic monologue and will also read from the script. Auditions will be held on a first-come, first-served basis -- no appointments are necessary.
Updated May. 15 by History Theatre
History Theatre Auditions for Lonely Soldiers Women at War in Iraq by Helen Benedict directed by Austene Van. AEA and non AEA. Please prepare a contemporary monologue no longer than one minute. Resume and headshots are needed at the audition.
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