Chino Community Theatre is seeking actors who can sing for A Christmas Story: The Musical. Director is willing to work with rehearsal conflicts, as long as there are no performance conflicts. See our website for performance dates: www.chinocommunitytheatre.org.
We are currently looking to cast the following roles:
Jean Shepherd/Narrator: Male. Late 40s to early 60s. Non-singing.
A charismatic storyteller who has the ability to weave a spell and draw an audience into his magical world. He is omniscient but not overpowering; a good-natured curmudgeon with a deadpan sense of humor. He holds the audience with his tremendous presence and spark.
The Old Man: Male. 30s to 40s. High baritone to G4.
A guy with a good heart, though it is buried beneath a sometimes gruff (and rough) exterior. He’s a devoted husband and father who loves his family but doesn’t overtly show it. He usually expects the worst but is capable of excitement if the situation warrants (though it usually doesn’t). In his moments of fantasy, he is transformed from his usual grumbling blue-collar self to a true song and dance man.
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Mt. San Jacinto College presents Peter/Wendy written by Jeremy Bloom and directed by Payden Ackerman.
In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from the nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. This inventive adaption that pays homage to the darker themes of J.M. Barrie’s original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences.
October 6, 7, 13 and 14th at 7:30pm and October 8 and 15th at 2:30pm
General Admin: $8 Senior: $7 Student/Veterans: $5
Location: 1499 N. State St., San Jacinto – Theater Building
*Reservations are recommended due to limited seating. Call Box Office: 951-487-3790
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Heartland Players Proudly Presents From Russia with Love – A One Act Comedy
by Didi Pelev
This witty, charming and hysterical performance combines multiple famous Russian Folk and Fairy tales into one action packed comedy! Don’t miss this incredibly fun event. For ages 3+.
Friday, Oct 6, 2017, 7PM
Saturday, Oct 7, 2017, 7PM
Sunday, Oct 8, 2017, 2PM
$10 regular admission
$35 family four-pack
discounts available for groups of 20+ call 909.335.1082 to make your group reservation
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Show runs December 2-10, 2017 at Lewis Family Playhouse.
Adapted by Mountain Community Theater from the novel by Valentine Davies
Based upon the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture.
Directed by Terrence Gunkel
- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 AT 6:30 PM – ADULTS AND TEENS 16 YRS AND OLDER
- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 AT 6:30 PM – YOUTH AGES 8-15*
- CALLBACKS BY INVITATION ONLY THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28.
Youth ages 8-15 should prepare to perform 8 lines of your choice from the poem T’was the Night Before Christmas. Memorized selections are preferred but not required. Additional material may be taught/provided at the audition.
Adults and Teens ages 16 and older should prepare a 1-2 minute contemporary monologue. For those without prepared monologues, cold readings will be provided, but memorized monologues are preferred.
Stars of Tomorrow is delighted to announce an action-packed Fall Season of theatrical events and classes!
Kicking off the season we have an Acting Class (ages 8-18) where students will develop their talents through drama exercises, theatrical team building and scene work.
Up next, a Musical Theater Dance Class (ages 8-18) where students will develop their dance skills through stretching, conditioning and learning musical theater choreography.
For the littlest princesses, we have 2 sessions of Princess Academy, with Cinderella (October 18 & 19, 2017) and with Snow White (November 1 & 2, 2017) where the girls will be guided through interactive drama, dance, princess manners, singing and music, the art of make-believe, puppetry and craft creation by the Princess Instructor. The program culminates with a royal crowning ceremony where every participant receives a certificate and crown.
Online registration for these classes is open. Our early-bird discount is available until Oct 1st. We encourage early registration.
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WRITTEN BY: Paul Elliott
DIRECTED BY: Cindi East
AUDITIONS: SEPTEMBER 11 & 12, 2017
SHOW DATES: Oct.28, 29 & Nov. 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 2017
When the biggest highlight in your life for the past 30 years has been your weekly bridge night out with the “girls,” what do you do when one of your foursome inconveniently dies? If you’re Connie, Leona and Millie, three southern ladies from Birmingham, you do the most daring thing you’ve ever done. You “borrow” the ashes from the funeral home for one last card game, and the wildest, most exciting night of your lives involves a police raid, a stripper and a whole new way of looking at all the fun you can have when you’re truly living.
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SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL
WRITTEN BY: Stephan Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens
DIRECTED BY: Cameron Harris
AUDITIONS: Sept. 18 & 19, 2017
SHOW DATES: Dec. 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 2017
Horton hears a noise coming from a speck of dust on a clover and commits himself to protecting it and the Whos who live on it; Jojo, a misfit Who who “doesn’t Think normal Thinks,” struggles to find his place in the tiny Who society; Gertrude McFuzz tries to catch the attention of her love – the kind and compassionate Horton. Through mishaps and adventures, these unique characters finally find what they seek – their places in their world.
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Auditions for My Three Angels, directed by Mia Mercado, will be held October 3rd & 4th (Tuesday and Wednesday) at 7:00 p.m. at Redlands Footlighters.
- Casting 7 men/3 women
- The audition will be cold readings from the script
- Rehearsals are Monday- Thursday, 7-10 pm
- Show dates are November 25 – December 17
Redlands Footlighters is located at 1810 Barton Road in Redlands.
Learn more about auditioning.
The scene is French Guiana, Christmas day where the temperature has graciously dropped to 104 degrees. Three amiable convicts are employed as roofers at Ducotel’s General Store. The roof winds up being the least of the Ducotel family’s trouble. On the way from France is an evil-minded cousin and his cold-blooded nephew, who jilted the Ducotel’s daughter for an heiress. The three convicts are passionate believers in true justice, and decide it’s their job to take the visitors on. Possessing every criminal art and penal grace, they set matters right in this captivating and comedic holiday treasure. Continue reading
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Rialto Community Players is proud to present their second show of their 36th season, Caught in the Net by Ray Cooney!
The sequel to Run for Your Wife finds the bigamist taxi driver John Smith still keeping his two families in different parts of London, both happy and blissfully unaware of each other. Yes that’s right, two families! Two different wives, one husband. However, his teenage children, a girl from one family and a boy from the other, have met on the Internet and are anxious to meet in person since they have so much in common. Name, surname and taxi driving dad! Keeping them apart plunges John into a hell hole of his own making. His lodger Stanley could be a savior, but he is about to go on holiday with his decrepit old father who turns up thinking he is already at the guest house. The situation spirals out of control as John juggles outrageously with the truth.
“A masterclass in the art of farce…The perfectly potty plot is a precession built laughter machine.” – What’s On
“Brilliant…The funniest play of the year.” – Daily Mail
“Utterly magical…firework display of knockabout comedy.” – Spectator
“A sheer joy from beginning to end.” – Daily Telegraph
Caught in the Net will be playing at the Sandra R. Courtney Community Playhouse located at 150 E. San Bernardino Rialto CA 92376. Beginning September 9th and running every Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm, through September 24th. Tickets are only $15 for general admission and $12 for students and seniors. Call to make reservations at 909-873-8514 or purchase tickets at rialtocommunityplayers.com
Visit RCP’s Facebook page, Rialto Community Players, for more info or call our voicemail at 909-786-8514
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Ramona Hillside Players presents Night Watch by Lucille Fletcher.
Opening Night Admission is $10.00 per seat.
Single Admission (everyone) is $15.00 per seat.
Group Discount available for 10 or more seats.
Purchase Online Tickets: http://ramonahillsideplayers.org/shows/night-watch/#Tickets
Make Phone Reservations: (951) 658-5300
There is only 95 seats available per show so purchase or reserve yours today!
Unable to sleep, Elaine Wheeler paces the living room of her Manhattan townhouse, troubled by unsettling memories and vague fears. Her husband tries to comfort her, but when he steps away for a moment Elaine screams as she sees (or believes she sees) the body of a dead man in the window across the way. The police are called, but find nothing except an empty chair. Elaine’s terror grows as shortly thereafter she sees still another body—this time a woman’s—but by now the police are skeptical and pay no heed to her frantic pleas. Her husband, claiming that Elaine may be on the verge of a breakdown, calls in a lady psychiatrist, who agrees with his suggestion that Elaine should commit herself to a sanitarium for treatment. From this point on, the plot moves quickly and grippingly as those involved—Elaine’s old friend and house guest Blanche; the inquisitive and rather sinister man who lives next door; and the nosy German maid Helga—all contribute to the deepening suspense and mystery of the play as it draws towards its riveting and chilling climax.