Ongoing Auditions

EastLine Theatre is looking to cast multiple roles for it’s upcoming Regional Premiere production of Oslo, which runs April 7th through April 22nd. Please contact director Daniel C. Higgins at eastlinetheatre@gmail.com to schedule an audition time.

Please refer to Part # of the role for which you are auditioning.

1) Male Actor (40s-60s)
JOHAN JORGEN HOLST – Foreign Minister; married to Marianne Heiberg
FINN GRANDAL – Groundsman at the Borregaard Estate outside Oslo; married to Toril

2) Male Actor  (30s-50s)
THOR BJORNEVOG – Senior officer with the Police Intelligence Service

3) Male Actor (30s-50s)
TROND GUNDERSEN – Officer with the Police Intelligence Service

4) Male Actor (30s-50s)
JAN EGELAND – Deputy Foreign Minister
RON PUNDAK  – Junior Professor of Economics at the University of Haifa

5) Male Actor (30s+)
AHMED QURIE  – Finance Minister for the Palestine Liberation Organization

6) Male Actor (30s+)
HASSAN ASFOUR  – Official PLO liaison with the Palestinian Delegation


Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts is pleased to announce OPEN CASTING CALLS for their 2018 MAINSTAGE SEASON, which will take place at Bay Street Theater on Monday, February 26, 2018 and Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Auditions will be from 10 am – 1 pm & 2 pm – 6 pm on both days. This call is open to male and female Equity and Non-Equity actors local to the area.

Bay Street Theater’s 2018 Mainstage Season will feature productions of the world premiere of FELLOW TRAVELERS (by Jack Canfora, directed by Michael Wilson), FROST/NIXON (by Peter Morgan, directed by Sarna Lapine), and EVITA (Lyrics by Tim Rice, Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by Will Pomerantz).

This is a LORT C Equity Principal audition. Open calls will be run by Will Pomerantz, Bay Street Theater’s Artistic Associate, and John Sullivan, Bay Street Theater’s Associate Producer. Actors are asked to prepare a contemporary monologue, no longer than 2 minutes. They may also prepare a few bars of music song if they wish to demonstrate singing skills. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend, as well as actors with local housing. For more information on the open calls, including character breakdowns, please visit www.baystreet.org/about/actors-and-playwrights/. No phone calls, please.


Hampton Theatre Company will hold non-Equity auditions for the role of George in DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER by appointment only on March 25th and 26th.
Performances run May 24th to June 10th. Contact Director George A. Loizides at stagecoach46@gmail.com for more information or to make an appointment.

ROLE:
George (30’s) – Suzettes’s husband, big, strong and very protective of Suzette


EastLine Theatre is looking for adult actors of all ages and genders for it’s brand new Family Players series, featuring shows performed by adults, for children. Our first show runs Saturdays at 3pm March 10th-31st.Rehearsals (2 per week) will be held during the daytime hours (before 4:30pm) Monday-Friday through the month of February. NO SINGING IS REQUIRED FOR THESE PERFORMANCES. If interested, please contact us at eastlinetheatre@gmail.com.


The Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company

Long Island’s oldest G&S opera company is preparing to mount a new revival of Patience, the classic Savoy opera about the aestheticism movement of Victorian England. Rehearsals are held Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the towns of Merrick and East Meadow in central Nassau County. The company has begun rehearsing, but it is not too late for fans of G&S to join our volunteer opera ensemble. We are particularly seeking TENORS and BASSES to play foppish dragoon guards The role of Major Murgatroyd is also still open to interested baritones or low tenors. Performances will take place in Nassau County and NYC from the end of April through early July. They include at least three fully costumed stagings with orchestra, and several other ‘principal-only’ performances at community venues. If you have a taste for comic opera, have choral experience and are available to rehearse with us this spring, please contact music director Conrad Chu at directors@snickersnee.com, or call 917-533-9348 to arrange an audition.

For more information, please check out our webpage at gilbertandsullivanli.snickersnee.com or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/thegilbertandsullivanlightoperacompanyoflongisland.


Independent Film Audition

Currently casting for an independent film that will be shot at Governor’s Island February 26-28th, March 1st and March 5th. Shooting each day is from 10 am to 6 pm and will take place at the Castle Williams fort on the island. The ferry leaves from South Street Seaport in Manhattan.  Both the extra and the actor for the role described will be paid. Rates are negotiable.

This role requires a Caucasian male, 50+ years of age with shorter stature for the above shooting dates and times.

Additional extras are required for the March 5th date (30+ year old Caucasian males with distinguishable/uncanny features).

Anyone interested can send their information and a head shot to hawkandhandfilm@gmail.com.


We need the following actors for a MARCH 10 STAGED READING AT THE MALVERNE JEWISH CENTER, for an original Musical Comedy called JFK IN CRISIS , with original songs. Takes place in 1962.  DATE SATURDAY MARCH 10 7:30 PM

FOR THE FOLLOWING ROLES:
MALE
RFK -Robert Francis Kennedy. Bobby. Doer, Fixer. Bad cop to JFK’S good cop. (ACTOR/SINGER)
LBJ– Lyndon Baines Johnson. Veep. Space race knowledge (SINGER/ACTOR)
NIKITA KRUSHCHEV-Soviet Union Premier and Chairman, Instigator of Cuban Missile Crisis
CURTIS LE MAY– SAC Commander. Outspoken hawk for nuclear attack. THE PART OF CURTIS LE MAY HAS ONE SONG

The address for Malverne Jewish Center
1 Norwood Avenue
Malverne, N.Y. 11565
(Bridge Church Building)

Please call Phil Becker if interested. 516 765-6491, or 516 467-4211


Long Island Talent Wanted

St. George Living History Productions Inc. is casting Living History Productions for the upcoming 2018 season. Director states: “Actors are encouraged to audition for a wide range of roles. Our productions encompass historic dramatic programs, Celebrity Tribute shows, Halloween shows, Christmas shows, Vaudeville shows, musical comedy presentations and more.

Rehearses and performances to be held in Long Island.

Contact Name: Mary St. George
Union Status: Nonunion
Email headshot and resume: sal@salstgeorge.com
For more info, call 631-654-1888.
Auditions by Appointment Only.
If you sing, be prepared with a standard or Broadway song.
NEW: Skype and Facetime auditions available.
Audition Location Bethpage and Stony Brook Long Island, NY


Calling all actors! Urgent request for a voice acting gig (audio only) for a short play. Your voices will be lip synched by stage performers, a truly unique situation. Great experience for first-time VO artists. I am putting on a short play with Christian themes, but focused on suicide prevention. I am looking to cast 2-3 male voice actors, and possibly 2 female actors.
Here is a character list, please identify the role(s) you’d like to read for:
HERO, Man, late 20’s, working class, colloquial, suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts, father of 1, has a patient but on-edge wife. Baby has been born premature with disabilities. Down and out, financially and emotionally. Finds himself about to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge but is saved by a patrolling officer.
Man, mid 30’s, Caucasian, patrol officer of the Golden Gate Bridge. Starts the play inexperienced, but then is the voice of reason and wisdom, helping our hero NOT to jump off the Bridge. Compassionate, and spiritual.
Man, early to mid 50’s, seasoned patrol officer, philosophical and experienced. Coaches the younger officer to deal with people who have suicidal thoughts and have come to the Golden Gate Bridge to commit suicide. Not jaded, but definitely grizzled and has seen it all.
Woman, 40’s, insurance agent. Compassionate, but very by the book. Well educated and informed on complex policy. Must be able to have a tone of voice that can explain difficult insurance concepts.
Woman, mid 20’s, wife of our hero. Same class, has given birth to a premature baby. Very close to leaving her husband and is scared by his suicidal thoughts. Tries to understand and deal, but is at her wit’s end.
Woman, 40’s, doctor. Compassionate and knowledgeable. Has very tight control over her staff and feels very sorry for the hero and his wife. Breaks bad news to them over the phone.
Extra parts (2 nurses, one male, one female)
Recording will happen in Huntington Station on Long Island. Schedules will depend on availability of artists. Rates will be discussed on an individual basis.  This will be FUN and FULFILLING.
Please text Dan Oh at 646-438-4286 or send a quick email to dan.oh@iyfusa.org  Will share full scripts to interested and available artists.

L.I. Repertory theater group seeking male & female actors & actresses of African-American descent. Must be available during days.
If interested, email Bruce at ‪hobo19@verizon.ne‬t


NEW FIVE STAR MILLENNIUM ENTERTAINMENT, INC., is having a casting call for an actress between the ages of 23-33 for the role of Cleo Patra in the original play from the many of William Shakespeare characters. Julius Caesar and his friends in the law firm of “Julius Caesar, The Law Firm” are fully supportive of Julius Caesar’s decision to run for the United States Senate. A comedy/drama written by George Sidoti show’s how a young lady (Cleo Patra) enters the law firm as a secretary and contributes to the campaign preparations of Julius Caesar’s run for the Senate seat from New York since the current United States Senator has decided not to run for re-election and spend more time with his family after the Internal Revenue Service began investigating the outgoing Senator’s finances and tax forms from the Cayman Islands. Brutus, Cassius and the rest of the members of the law firm of Julius Caesar is contributing ideas and slogans to help Julius Caesar run and win the vacant seat for United States Senator from New York. To be set to cam for Cablevision/AlticeUSA beginning in the Fall of 2018. No live performances. Full script and schedule available upon request. All roles are non-paying. For the role of Cleo Patra for any aspiring actress, please submit complete resume’s and photo’s to Georgesidoti@aol.com


The Murder For You Players
interactive murder mystery dinner theatre troupe is looking for a good, solid actresses, between the ages of 20 and 30, with improve skills to perform with them at a restaurant on Long Island in February 2018.  This is a PAID show, not a stipend.  If you are interested, please email Jake at info@murder4u.com with your head-shot and resume.


Lantern Theatre
Seeks actors and directors for dramatic readings at libraries, etc. for pay. Book in hand; few rehearsals; pay for each performance. Contact Richard Weiner 516 754 1047 or e-mail rmwesq13@aol.com


Plaza Theatricals
Casting actors with weekday morning availability and reliable transportation for their 2017-18 arts-in-education season featuring the musicals Rapunzel, Willy Wonka, Pinkalicious, Scrooge, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Once Upon A Snow Flake, C Web, Pinocchio, Cinderella, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Wizard of Oz, Junie B Jones, and A Year With Frog and Toad. Those auditioning should prepare a Broadway show tune and bring music in the proper key. An accompanist will be provided. Per performance stipend offered. For an audition appt, email plazatheatrcial@aol.com or call (516) 599-6870.


Adrenaline Entertainment
Long Island based children’s entertainment seeks entertainers for our events. We are willing to train you! Events are Long Island and Queens based. We will teach you the appropriate show, face painting and balloons. You would be girly clowns, princesses and other characters. Compensation: $50 for an hour event . The most fun job around! Make what people make in a week in 2 days.
You MUST….
– Have a cell phone
– Have a car
– Be available both Sat and Sun
– Be LOUD, ENERGETIC, AND LOVE KIDS!
– BE RELIABLE
Email resume and head shot to info@rushoffun.com or contact us at 516-351-0423


Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts
Accepting letters of interest via email and snail mail for its 2017/18 season. Submissions can be forwarded to submissions@smithtownpac.org or by snail mail to – 2 E Main St, Smithtown NY 11787.

Upon receipt of your submission you will be contacted via email to advise you of our interest and to either invite you to a closed or open audition. Submissions should be in the form of a letter (accompanied by a resume and head shot – DO NOT SEND VIDEO SUBMISSIONS AT THIS TIME). Include in your submission – show(s) you are interested in, parts you feel you are right for, any rehearsal and/or performance conflicts you might be aware of, and any other pertinent info you feel is important to your submission. Rehearsals will begin approx 6 wks prior to the scheduled opening of each show. All shows rehearse Mon – Wed eve, some Thurs eve and some Sat & Sun. Tech weeks begin two weeks prior to Sat openings. We rehearse every weekday evening leading up to opening and some weekend days. Performance schedules are available at Smithtownpac.org. (Click on the “Buy Tickets” prompt for each show to see complete schedule). Most performers receive a stipend, 16-18-yr-olds receive a fixed stipend for the run. Over 18 receive a per performance stipend. Under 16 years old DO NOT receive a stipend. Actors’ Equity contracts are available under a Guest Artist Contract basis. We do not participate in EMB programs.

NOTE: UNDER 16 YEAR OLDS INTERESTED IN OLIVER! DO NOT NEED TO SUBMIT A LETTER OF INTEREST. AN OPEN AUDITION FOR ALL UNDER 16 PERFORMERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE. Questions can be forwarded to the above referenced email. DO NOT CALL THE BOX OFFICE – THEY HAVE NO ADD’L INFO OTHER THAN WHAT IS POSTED HERE.

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE – A play with music Feb 3 – March 4
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD / Fight Coordinator: Ashley Reyes
NOTE: This show is being offered for School Performances at the theatre. Some daytime performance availability could be necessary.
SOUTH PACIFIC March 24 – April 29
Director: Ronnie Green / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle / Choreographer: TBD
DREAMGIRLS May 12 – June 17
Creative team TBD
A CHORUS LINE July 7 – Aug 19
Director/Choreographer: M. E. Junge / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle
FUN HOME Sept 8 – Oct 21
Director: Ken Washington / Musical Director: Melissa Coyle

There will be at least one Thurs Matinee during the run of each show. Take note of that when reviewing the performance schedule. PERFORMANCE CONFLICTS ARE FROWNED UPON – BUT ACCEPTED UNDER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.