Emergency Auditions

JFK in Crisis, a new Musical Comedy
45 Edgewood Rd.
Port Washington, NY 11050

Emergency Audition Dates:
7/16/2018 6:30:00 PM – 8:30:00 PM
7/17/2018 6:30:00 PM – 8:30:00 PM

Marilyn Monroe, star of show, female singer, late 20’s to 50’s, will email 3 recorded songs to sing along with for audition.

Show has been performed 4 times, successfully, already.

Rehearsal dates are open

Audition instructions:
Will email 3 songs to sing along with for audition. Call for details. 516-765-6491. We will work with you.

Performance Date(s)
August 10th, 7:30pm
Cuttermill Atria
Great Neck NY

SISTER ACT- The Musical

St. Gregory Theatre Group

Seeking Pablo:– Spanish Speaking Male – Supporting
Vocal Range – Tenor
Must appear between 25-40. Pablo is one of gangster Curtis Jackson’s’ cronies. A natural follower, constantly speaks in Spanish.

Additional Male ensemble roles/ drag queen/ dancer/some female ensemble roles.

Currently rehearsing Please contact Lydia Pastori at 718-989-2451 or sgtgproductions@gmail.com if interested in roles listed.

Performance Dates: Aug 9-12 and Aug 15-19

Broadhollow Theater Company
Little Shop of Horrors seeking immediate replacement for Seymour at the Broadhollow Theater Company’s production.

We will consider splitting role between Elmont and Bayway!

SEYMOUR (playing age of mid 20s) Our insecure, naïve, put-upon, florists’ clerk hero. Above all, he’s a sweet and well-meaning little man. He is not a silly nerd, and therefore, should not be played as the hero of a Jerry Lewis film. Strong acting and singing. VOCAL RANGE: TENOR.

Show dates are as follows:
Saturday August 11 – 8 pm
Sunday August 12 – 2:30 pm
Wednesday August 15 – 2 pm
Friday August 17 – 8 pm
Saturday August 18 – 8 pm
Sunday August 19 – 2:30 pm
Saturday August 25 – 8 pm
Sunday August 26 – 2:30 pm

Saturday September 1 – 8 pm
Sunday September 2 – 2:30 pm
Wednesday September 5 – 2 pm
Friday September 7– 8 pm
Saturday September 8 – 8 pm
Sunday September 9 – 2:30 pm
Saturday September 15– 8 pm
Sunday– September 16 – 2:30 pm

If you interested, please email headshot and resume to production staff at bhtjreauditions@gmail.com.

Phoenix Repertory Theater Group
BACCA Arts Center
149 N. Wellwood Ave.
Lindenhurst, NY

Seeks actors for several roles in The Children’s Hour:

Dr. Joseph Cardin (25-35)–a relaxed and amiable doctor and Karen Wright’s fiance, his casual dress reflects his warm, easy-going nature, gracious and humorous and seems ideally suited to Karen.

Catherine, Lois, Helen, Evelyn and Peggy (12-15)–students at the Wright-Dobie boarding school who appear in Act 1

Audition Date/Time: 6/26/2018    7:30:00 PM
Sides will be provided and bring a resume and, if possible, a headshot.
Rehearsals: July 2-Aug. 23, rehearsal schedule will be made available at read through, which is June 27.
Performances:  Aug. 24-26 and Aug. 31-Sept. 2
Questions?  Contact Daniel Bubbeo (Director) at Dbubbeo@aol.com

The Woodside Players of Queens seeks actors and directors for their Fall Production In Astoria – November 3rd at noon (Steinway and Ditmars area) – Six Comedies from late 19th and early 20th Century New York.  If interested in performing or directing, please send your resume to woodsideplayersofqueens@gmail.com.
Private Boarding – Courtwright 1878 (5 characters)
The Motor Bellows – Courtwright – 1877 (5 characters)
The Great Look – Faydon – 1912 (2M 2F)
The Second Hand Man – 1903 – Harry Lee Newton (2M)
Is It Raining? – 1903 – Harry Lee Newton (1M 1F)


CK Productions Junior Shows
High School Musical JR
(all roles open)
The CK Youth Department is excited to present our CK Juniors summer production HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL (ages 13 & under)!
AUDITION: By appointment. Please email ckjuniorshows@gmail.com
SHOW DATES:  Performances will be in a larger theater to accommodate for the larger show
August 18th 2 PM
August 19th 2 PM
ADDRESS (Auditions and Rehearsals ONLY):
The Green Room [at LaLa’s Flea Market Mall]
1075 Portion Road
Farmingville, NY
For all youth productions part of the CK Youth Theatre (CK Teens, Academy & Juniors), are subject to a production fee to help cover rights, theater rental, props, sets & more expenses.
CK Juniors (Returning) – $225
CK Juniors (New) – $250
*Returning actors must have performed in one of the last three CK Youth Theatre productions.
**If you are enrolled in CK Academy, you are considering a returning student and receive a $75 discount to the production fee.
Sing about 32 bars of any Disney song or song from High School Musical. There will be no accompaniment at auditions!

Plaza Theatricals is seeking swing performers (Scarecrow, Lion, Wicked
Witch, and The Jitterbug/Dancer) for their summer tour of The Wizard
of Oz. Per performance stipend offered. For additional information or
audition appointment (previous Plaza actors may not necessarily
require an audition), please contact Associate Artistic Director,
Tessa Farr, at plaza1.casting@gmail.com or call (516) 599-6870.

Plaza Theatricals is casting the summer production of Mary Poppins for
their summer family theatre season at the Long Island Children’s
Museum in Garden City. Weekday rehearsals will begin on June 27. The
performance run is July 13-22. Per performance stipend offered. For
additional information or audition appointment (previous Plaza actors
may not necessarily require an audition), please contact Associate
Artistic Director, Tessa Farr, at plaza1.casting@gmail.com or call
(516) 599-6870.

ZEN Productions seeks actors of all genders and ethnicity for the following roles in 12 Angry Jurors by Reginald Rose:

Foreman: Small, petty individual who is impressed with the authority they carry, and handles themselves quite formally. Not overly bright, but dogged.

#2: Meek, hesitant individual who finds it difficult to maintain their own opinion. Easily swayed and usually adopts the opinions of the last person who spoke.

#9: Mild, gentle, older person, defeated by life and merely waiting to die. Mourns the days when it would have been possible to be courageous without shielding behind their many years.

#10: Angry, bitter. antagonizes almost at sight. Bigot who places no values on any human life save their own. Has been nowhere, is going nowhere, and knows it deep within.

#11: Refugee (country of origin to be determined). Speaks with an accent and is ashamed, humble, almost subservient to the people around them. Will honestly seek justice, as they have suffered through so much injustice.

The production is directed by James Quirindongo and will run the weekends of July 27th and August 3rd at The Green Room in Farmingville, NY. Rehearsals have begun and are at the theatre on Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:00 – 9:00PM, plus one other night to be determined. Tech week will be the week of June 17th.

Please contact jmdlugacz@zenproductionsny.com if you are interested.

THE GREEN ROOM is currently looking for the following roles in DEATH OF A SALESMAN. We are looking to cast WILLY LOMAN as Latino, but are not set on that. Any ethnicity is able to audition. If you are interested in being involved, please send in inquires to greenroomauditions@gmail.com

Smaller Roles (Howard, Forsythe & Letta) will not have to be at many rehearsals.


WILLY LOMAN (50s-60s) – The salesman. He is 63 years old and unstable, insecure, and self-deluded. Willy tends to re-imagine events from the past as if they were real. He vacillates between different eras of his life. Willy seems childlike and relies on others for support, coupled with his recurring flashbacks to various moments throughout his career.

HOWARD WAGNER (late 20s-mid 30s) – Willy’s boss. Willy worked originally for Howard’s father and claims to have suggested the name Howard for the newborn son. He however sees Willy as a liability for the company and fires him, ignoring all the years that Willy has given to the company. Howard is extremely proud of his wealth, which is manifested in his new wire recorder, and of his family.

MISS FORSYTHE (20s): A girl whom Happy picks up at the restaurant. She is very pretty and claims she was on several magazine covers. Happy lies to her, making himself and Biff look like they are important and successful.

LETTA (20s): Ms. Forsythe’s friend.

July 14th 8PM
July 15th 3PM
July 20th 8PM
July 21st 8PM
July 22nd 3PM

St. Gregory’s Theatre Group

Please contact SGTG at 718-989-2451 for audition or submit resume to sgtgproductions@gmail.com

SISTER ACT- The Musical
Show dates Aug 9 – 19th
St. Gregory Theatre Group still seeks :

Curtis Jackson – Male – Supporting
Vocal Range – Baritone
Must appear between 30-40. Curtis Jackson is a slime ball club owner and gangster and Deloris’s boyfriend. Cocky and controlling, always on the verge of violence.

Pablo – Male – Supporting
Vocal Range – Tenor
Must appear between 25-40. Pablo is one of gangster Curtis Jackson’s’ cronies. A natural follower, constantly speaks in Spanish.

Monsignor O’Hara – Male – Supporting
Vocal Range – Baritone
Must appear between 40 -60. The Monsignor will try anything to raise money to save the convent. Constantly concerned with financial matters, though soul music surprisingly puts him in a different mood.

Eddie Souther – Male – Supporting
Desk Chief at Police Station. High school classmate of Deloris. Still years for her after all these years.

Ernie – Male – Supporting
One of Curtis’ thugs. Thought to be mindless, turns out to be undercover police

Addition male ensemble roles available.

BroadHollow seeks an Asian-American actor for the role of Bun Foo.
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Contact with questions: Matt Stashin martin92@aol.com
Performances: July 14-August 19