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NEW MILFORD: TheatreWorks New Milford is seeking a cast of 7 males and 3 females PLUS ENSEMBLE for Mel Brooks' musical adaptation of YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN.  Auditions will be held 1/14 (2-5pm) & 1/15 (7-9:30pm) @ 5 Brookside Avenue (20 Elm St Extension for GPS). The director is Jocelyn Beard.​ All roles are available and both professionals and amateurs are welcome. TheatreWorks offers a stipend to all performers, technicians, and directors.  Rehearsals begin in March with performances running weekends May 4 through June 7​. ​​ AUDITION REQUIREMENTS CAN BE FOUND ​AT For more information, contact the theatre at 860-350-6863 or email

SOUTHINGTON/MARION: Southington Community Theatre will hold auditions for its February production of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters on 1/15 & 16 from 7-8:30 pm both days. Auditions will take place at Southington Community Theatre Hall, 1237 Marion Avenue (the old Marion Firehouse), Marion, CT. Actors should be prepared to read from the script. Parts are available for ages 25+. Performances will be held February 22-24. For information, visit 


Maine Songwriters Association has a long-time relationship with 75 State Street, a retirement community in Portland where we have a standing invitation to hold meetings and events (we hold a songwriting circle there every month). In exchange we offer a one-hour concert for the residents on the last Sunday of every month. If you would like to perform at one of these, please contact Sheila McKinley at or 207-415-8393


BOSTON: Zeitgeist Stage announces auditions for Love! Valour! Compassion! by Terrance McNally. Auditions are 1/14 & 15 at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St. Production: Wed-Sun., 4/27-5/19 at the Plaza Theater. Rehearsals: Room 204, Rehearsal Space, Boston Center for the Arts beginning mid-March and running Sunday through Thursday evenings. May include some day rehearsals on Saturday & Sunday during March. NOTE: All the roles are for characters who are gay and include nudity! All roles are open to actors of all races and national origin. Open to Non-Equity performers. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. There is a stipend for actors. To schedule an audition appointment send an e-mail to with your audition date, time (if you have time constraints), and your telephone number. Your appointment date and time will be confirmed via e-mail within 48 hours. If you do not receive a confirmation within that timeframe please check your e-mail’s spam filter, and contact us again if you’re sure you haven’t received anything. Please bring a resume and headshot to the audition.

BOYLSTON: 1/20 (1-3pm); 1/21 & 22 (7-9pm) - TITANIC @ Calliope Productions, 150 Main St. Production: 5/17-27. The Rehearsal schedule will be determined once the cast has been cast. Seeking: Males - Adult: 13 adults (20s-60+); Male - Teen: 1 teen (16-18); Females: 6 adults (ages late teens-60+). Director: Dave Ludt; Musical Director, John Leslie. Auditionees need to prepare 2 songs from a Broadway musical. Visit to make an appointment.

BRAINTREE: 1/21 (2-5pm) & 1/23 (7-10pm) - [title of show]. Music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen, book by Hunter Bell. Directed by Liz Fenstermaker with music direction by Danielle Clougher.  Curtain Call Theatre, 182 Commercial Street.  Audition by appointment only – to reserve your spot email Production dates  June 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9. Please see our website and click on AUDITIONS for more information

NEW!! BYFIELD: 1/18 (6-7pm ages 10-12; 7-8pm ages 13-18) & 1/21 (12-1pm ages 10-12; 1-2pm ages 13-18) - Mary Poppins @ TTS Players, Byfield Community Arts Ctr., 7 Central St. -  Rehearsals Thurs. 6:30-8:30pm; Sundays 1-3pm. Production: 4/27-5/6.

CAMBRIDGE: Harvard Law School is casting actors to play clients “Bill Ellsworth” or “Ellen Ellsworth” in the divorce negotiation case simulation, Ellsworth v. Ellsworth, the capstone exercise for the students enrolled in the Winter and Spring 2018 Negotiation Workshop courses at Harvard Law School. For the Winter Session, Actors must be able to participate in all three sessions listed below: Wednesday, 1/17: Report to HLS campus for three client interviews from 1pm–4:55pm; Thursday, 1/18: Be available by phone and/or email to student attorneys from 9am–5pm. You do not need to come to the HLS campus for this session.  Friday, 1/19: Return to the HLS campus for three client feedback sessions from 3:40pm–4:55pm. If you are able to commit to the required three sessions of the Winter Ellsworth negotiation role play for the Winter Workshop, please complete the electronic form at this link: Alternatively, you can email John Rzasa at as soon as possible, and no later than Friday, January 12th 2018 to confirm your participation. Preliminary responses for the Spring Session will be collected as well at this time. If you are interested in the Spring Session please review the dates and time commitments below. With several months left between now and the Spring Session, it is understandable that your plans may change or other commitments may arise in the intervening time. Nevertheless, if you want to express your interest in the Spring at this time, please do so, and we can make final confirmations closer to the exercise itself. For the Spring Session, Actors must be able to participate in all three sessions listed below: Thursday, 4/5: Report to HLS campus for three client interviews from 3:55pm–7:15pm; Saturday, 4/7: Be available by phone and/or email to student-attorneys from 9am–5pm. You do not need to come to the HLS campus for this session. Wednesday, 4/11: Return to the HLS campus for three client feedback sessions from 4:50—6:30pm. If you are able to commit to the required three sessions of the Spring Ellsworth negotiation role play, please complete the electronic form at this link: Alternatively, you can email John Rzasa at as soon as possible, and no later than Friday, March 24th 2017 at 12:00 PM EST to confirm your participation. As a token of our thanks for your time and effort playing Bill or Ellen, actors will receive a $150 honorarium after successfully completing the three session requirements of the Ellsworth role play (per Workshop you participate in).  Client positions will be filled in order of responses received.

NEW!! CANTON: The Milton Players are hosting auditions for the romantic comedy Return Engagements. Auditions are on 2/5 & 6 at 7PM, with possible callbacks 2/8 at the Brayton School Auditorium at Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children, 3 Randolph St. Rehearsals begin 2/11 and will take place Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. No appointment is necessary. Actors only need to attend one of the audition nights. For details, including character descriptions, check out our website at

FOXBORO: 1/17 - Honk! JR @ Un-Common Theatre. Auditions for 1st through 6th graders. -

FRANKLIN: 1/24 (7-9pm teens & adults) & 1/27 (10am-noon Children's Choir) - Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Franklin Performing Arts Ctr., The Black Box, 15 W. Central St. -

GEORGETOWN: Georgetown Theatre Workshop is holding auditions for Seven Keys to Baldpate by George M. Cohan, 1/8 & 9 (7PM) at the Perley School, 51 North St. Production: 3/9-17. Rehearsals are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Cold readings from the script. For additional information, please contact: Danielle Santapaola @  If unable to attend auditions, please email about interest so that other arrangements can be made for a reading. Georgetown Theatre Workshop is a non-profit community theater. All staff and performers are volunteers.

GROTON: 1/24 & 25 (4-6pm) - Reigning Cats & Dogs @ ArtsNashoba, Union Congregational Church, 218 Main St. REHEARSALS: Tues/Wed/Thurs, 4-6pm (beginning 1/30/18). Directed by JulieAnn Govang; Music Direction by Steven Bergman. Seeking actors ages 8-18. Production: 3/23-25/18 (3/22 Sensory-Friendly 6pm performance). TUITION: $295/child ($275/sibling). For more information, please email or visit

LITTLETON: Annie Get Your Gun at The Cannon Theatre! 1/20 (4-7pm) & 1/22 (7-9:30pm). Please contact Shawn, the director at  or call 978-448-2108 for more info. All character breakdowns are on the website, Showdates are May 4-May 26.

MIDDLEBORO: 1/21 (6pm) & 1/22 (7pm) - Arthur Miller’s All My Sons @ Bay Players, NRP Studio, 15B (basement) N. Main St., (Rt. 105). Directed by Michael Pevzner. Seeking 5 men (late 20s-60s), 1 boy; 4 women (20s-60s). Production: 4/13-28. Rehearsals begin mid-February. Come either night; no appointment necessary. Readings from the script; Short dramatic monologue welcome, but not required. Interested but cannot make auditions dates? Questions? Email or call 781-910-2938

NEW!! SPRINGFIELD (West): 1/29 (6-10pm) - Tight Pants @ the Majestic Theater. The story features seven roles, all Latino characters in the play, which takes place in the Dominican Republic. All actors must be Latino and have stage experience. “Tight Pants,” written by Springfield resident Betel Arnold, may be staged at the Majestic Theater this summer. Seeking three male characters (ranging from 20s-60s) and four female characters (ranging from 6 to nearly 60). Actors must call the theater at (413) 747-7797 to book an audition time slot and are requested to bring a current resume and head shot, if available. They should also arrive 15-20 minutes early to fill out paperwork.

WESTFORD: 2/12 & 15 - In the Heights @ Nashoba Players. Director: Harriet Friedman; Music Director: John Eldridge; Choreographer: Joel Seger. Seeking a multi-ethnic cast. Flexible rehearsal schedule. Production: 5/4-12/18. -


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PAWTUCKET: The Community Players announce open auditions for their spring musical, Forever Plaid. 1/14 & 15, 7 pm at Jenks Auditorium, 350 Division St. Director Andrew g. Bobola and Musical Director Ron Procopio are looking for 4 men, ages 20-35 with close harmony and comedic acting skills. Production: April 13-15 & 20-22. For full audition info, visit


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