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GOSHEN: 2/19 (noon-2pm) & 2/20 (7-9pm) - Sylvia @ Goshen Players, Goshen Old Town Hall, 2 North ST. - Appointments are necessary and can be scheduled by contacting 


KITTERY: Stranger Than Fiction Improv & Comedy - 2/21 (7-9PM) @ Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd. Try out at our annual improv auditions for actors 18+! No experience necessary! Improv consists of scenes and games that are entirely made up on the spot (think Whose Line is it Anyway?) and it is one of the most creative, and exciting ways to be involved in theater. There is no pressure to "be funny" - we only ask that you attend auditions ready to play and imagine. Improv is a collective experience that thrives on the contributions made by everyone onstage. We will be looking for people who are excellent listeners, and who can support their fellow scene partners. Please wear comfortable clothing and footwear, you will be moving around! We politely ask that ladies do not wear skirts unless you can wear shorts underneath. Bring water to stay hydrated. If you have a head shot and resume, please bring them to auditions. If you do not, we have paperwork to fill out day of and will snap a quick photo before we begin. To audition, simply email your First and Last Name, and Best Contact Phone Number to our producer Jacqueline at

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


BOYLSTON: 2/25 (12:30-3:30pm) & 2/26 (6:30-8:30pm) - Once On This Island @ Calliope Productions, 150 Main St. - (508) 869-6887;

BRAINTREE: CALL FOR DIRECTORS for the 2017/2018 Curtain Call Theatre Season! Application Deadline: 3/1.
Slate of shows for consideration: DRAMAS: A Few Good Men, Witness for the Prosecution, Rabbit Hole, COMEDIES: Art, Harvey, Present Laughter, Sylvia, The Porch; MUSICALS: Sweeney Todd, Blood Brothers, City of Angels, Spamalot. If you are interested in applying to direct any of these shows please include a letter briefly outlining your reason for wanting to direct the show and a current resume. Letters should be submitted to President Meg Young at or via snail mail to Curtain Call Theatre, PO Box 850204, Braintree, MA 02185

BRAINTREE: Auditions for the Tennessee Williams drama The Glass Menagerie, directed by Michael Pevzner and presented by Curtain Call Theatre, 3/7 & 8 at 7 pm at 182 Commercial St. Production dates May 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20. Please see our website and click on AUDITIONS for more information.

CAMBRIDGE: The MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players are excited to announce Auditions for The Yeomen of the Guard, or The Merrymand and His Maid. This two-act production will be fully staged with an orchestra. 2/9 & 10, 7-10pm; 2/11, 2-5pm. All auditions will be held in room 5-234. (  Performances: 5/5, 5/6, 5/7, 5/11, 5/12, 5/13. Prepare anything that shows off your voice (preferably in English)! The piece can be accompanied or not. If you will be singing an accompanied piece that is not Gilbert and Sullivan, please bring sheet music for the accompanist. Copies of all the G&S scores will be available. We are looking for people of ALL LEVELS OF MUSICAL ABILITY AND EXPERIENCE. Auditioners will also be asked to read dialogue from the show. Audition sides are available here:

NEW!! COTUIT: 2/18 (4-7pm, Art Studio) & 2/19 (5-7pm, Main Performance Space) - Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George @ Cotuit Center for the Arts! Looking for 12-14 talented singers to take part in one of the masters of American musical theater's grand work about love, art, and finding your way at the crossroads in your life. Callbacks: Saturday, February 25: 4-6pm. Come prepared with a song (no longer than 3-4 minutes) and sheet music for our accompanist if you would like. Production: 7/6-30. Rehearsals begin end of March. Director: David McCarthy; Music Director: Henry Buck. -

SOUTHBRIDGE: Gateway Players Theatre Inc. will hold auditions for Charley’s Aunt by Brandon Thomason 3/14 & 16 at 6:30pm in the Gateway Barn, 111 Main St. For more information, call 508-764-4531.  Jackie Hemeon will be directing with Jeanne Dupuis as producer. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Wear comfortable clothes and come prepared for a fun time. Production dates will be June 16, 17, 23, 24,25. This British farce consists of six men and four women.

WATERTOWN: 5/14-15 - 2017 Christmas Revels Auditions @ Revels, Grace Vision Church -

WAYLAND: 2/26 & 27 (7-9:30pm, by appointment) - King Lear @ Vokes Players, Beatrice Herford's Vokes Theatre, Route 20. Other times available upon request. Please prepare a monologue, two-minutes or less; the monologue need not be classical, but should demonstrate an ability to handle language of some complexity. Begins 3/5; Production: 5/4-20 -

WESTFORD: 2/13 - Mrs. Warren's Profession @ Nashoba Players, PCA, 10 Lincoln St. -

MISC: Madrigal group A Goodlie Companye is one bass short of a home run. We're looking for a low bass to join our fun, small, mostly a cappella chorus that sings year-round, and performs medieval and renaissance music in period garb. Previous musical experience is appreciated but not required; we have members with various backgrounds. For more information, please visit


BEDFORD: NH Community Theater Association (NHCTA) Seeks Entries to the 46th Annual Theater Festival. The weekend of Sept 16, 2017 @ Old Bedford Town Hall Theater, Meetinghouse Road. In addition to the performance, original scripts will get feedback from adjudicators. Each group will be given 80 minutes to use as they like All types of theater are welcome. Questions? Have an original work in search of a group to perform it at Festiaval? Email or visit the NHCTA FB page. 03

EPPING: 2/18 - Director Elaine Gatchell is holding open auditions for Leddy’s 2017 summer Broadway musical. Our July production cannot be announced due this great family Broadway musical being on National Tour. We can tell you, however, that it is America’s Favorite Family Musical and that we need girls age 7-11. There are also many great speaking, singing, and dancing parts for men and women!! This is a major musical with both child and adult leads and many important roles for men and women including the chorus! Chorus members play several very active roles throughout the show.  Everyone interested in auditioning for one of the wonderful parts in this timeless musical should be prepared to sing a song according to their chosen part as follows. (Examples of all songs can be found on YouTube.) Girls, age 7-11…. “Maybe”; Leads ….. “Easy Street”; Chorus …. “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here” OR “We’d Like To Thank You Herbert Hoover”. Call the box office at 603-679-2781, M-F from 3-5:30pm to make your audition appointment!  Please bring a headshot and a prepared song from the list above to sing and act out. Auditions are being held at Leddy Center theater on Ladd’s Lane. We begin rehearsals on April 30, and rehearsals are Sunday afternoons at 1:00pm, and Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:00pm. Shows are July 7 – July 23, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30pm and Sundays and Wednesdays afternoons July 13 and July 20 at 2:00pm.

NEW!! MANCHESTER: The Majestic Theatre is looking for dynamic applicants to fill empty staff positions for it's Summer 2017 adult production of HIGH FIDELITY being presented July 28-30, 2017 at the Derry Opera House. Rehearsals are held at The Majestic Studio (880 Page St.). This show has been entered into the 2017 NH Theatre Awards program and our production is a NH Premiere. 1. DIRECTOR and/or CHOREOGRAPHER: -Please submit a letter of intent, references, resume, and pay scale range to A. Robert Dionne, Artistic Director at or at the address below. Salary is negotiable. Position to be filled immediately. 02

NASHUA: ACTORSINGERS ANNOUNCE AUDITIONS FOR SINGING IN THE RAIN - 2/19 & 20 at 7pm @ Actorsinger Hall, 219 Lake St. Auditioners will be asked to sing and read an excerpt from the script, and to learn a short dance piece. The dance will be taught both nights starting at 6:00. Rehearsals will be held on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday nights, Actorsingers' Hall. The show will be held May 12-14th at the Keefe Auditorium at the Elm Street Middle School at the corner of Elm and Lake Sts. The play is adapted from the 1952 movie of the same name that is often lauded as the “best movie musical ever made.” It depicts Hollywood in the late 1920’s during the transition from silent films to “talkies.” The stage version made its debut in London in 1983, then premiered on Broadway in 1985. Many popular songs came from this show: YOU WERE MADE FOR ME, GOOD MORNING, MAKE EM LAUGH, and of course the title song, SINGING IN THE RAIN. Potential auditions may find more information and an audition form on the company website,

MISC: Singers, Circus Artists, Burlesquers, Aerialists, Acrobats, and Dancers - From creator/composer Billy Butler (Gay Bride of Frankenstein, Missing: Wynter, Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolic) is a brand new trunk show, "Bitter Pill". The month long workshop premiere has already played a sold-out run to rave reviews at The Players’ Ring in Portsmouth, NH last fall and is now seeking replacement performers for the Nashua production and future bookings. Bitter Pill is a band of noir vaudevillians comprised of musicians, singers, circus artists, actors, and awkwards. For you theatre types it's a song-cycle show ala - Songs for a New World or World Goes 'Round, but more in the spirit of what Amanda Palmer coined as, 'Brechtian punk cabaret'. Each of Billy's songs are brought to life with comedy, tragedy, circus, burlesque, melodrama, life, death, and love!
Seeking: Two strong rock singers, male, female, or whatever (20s-50s). Ability to dance and/or play musical instruments is a big plus. Strong dancers (contemporary and tap).
Circus artists: burlesquers, aerialists, acrobats, hula-hooping, sword swallowing, juggling, balancers, etc. Auditions are by appointment only. To be considered for an audition, please email your headshot, resume, and links to videos to (videos don’t need to be pro, a cell phone video will do just fine). Singers - submit two pop, rock, or folk songs. Please be selective and creative. Aerialists, acrobats, burlesquers, and the like - submit a performance or audition reel. If you play an instrument of any kind, please also include it in your video submission. Everyone gets paid :)  Produced by Genesys Theater and Bitter Pill. Rehearses end of March into April and performs April 20, 21, and 22 at The Court Street Theatre, 14 Court St, Nashua, NH  02


PAWTUCKET: The Community Players. Auditions for You Can’t Take It With You, directed by Patricia Hawkridge. 4/18 & 19, 7 pm (sign-in beginning at 6:30). Jenks Auditorium, 350 Division St. (across from McCoy Stadium). Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. No appointments necessary. Production dates July 7-9 and 14-16. Complete audition and character info at

PROVIDENCE: Fusionworks Dance Company invites choreographers to submit their work to NECF 2017. The Nationally Emerging Choreographers Festival (formerly Northeast Choreographers Festival) will be presented in November of 2017 in Providence, RI.  This year’s festival will showcase the works of at least two emerging and/or established choreographers from across the U.S.  Finalists will be paid a $1,000 stipend to do a five day residency in either July, August or September, during which they will set their work on Fusionworks Dance Company.  All chosen artists will also teach a master class open to the community. Housing and rides to and from the airport or bus/train station will be provided by Fusionworks Dance Company for finalists. All invited choreographers are required to promote the project and to encourage community support. To apply, please submit the following via e-mail to or by mail to Fusionworks Dance Company, PO Box 402, Lincoln, RI 02865. A video link or DVD of a finished work (must be between 8-15 minutes and not require more than 5 dancers – priority will be given to dances with four or less dancers). No edits with the dance clearly visible at all times. A studio filming may be submitted as long as the dance is clear throughout.; A brief written description of your work and where it has been presented.; A biography or resume; Links to all social media platforms where your work is represented, such as Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter, or Instagram.; A $25 submission fee. Can be paid by check (made out to Fusionworks Dance Company) or online at: Incomplete materials or those exceeding the Festival time limits will not be processed. Multiple submissions may be submitted using separate and $25 submission fee. Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2017.  Submissions received after the deadline will not be considered. Notices will be sent out by April 15, 2017. For questions, please e-mail artistic director Deb Meunier at or call her at (401)334-3091.


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