The leaves are falling, and the autumn wind is blowing. This is the time of year for theater, theater and more theater. Whether you’re an actor on stage, or a partaker of what’s coming off the stage, the fall is a good time to get involved in it all. Below, I’ve listed a few of the auditions and shows local actors can look forward to. Enjoy!:
*Montgomery Playhouse is pleased to announce auditions for Sherlock Holmes & the Christmas Goose
by Duke Ernsberger and Virginia Cole
Directed by David Dossey
October 6 & 7, 2014 at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn – 311 Kent Sq. Road,
Production Dates: Dec. 5th thru Dec. 21st
SHERLOCK HOLMES: tall and lean, in his 30’s or 40’s
DOCTOR WATSON: heavier than Holmes, a bit older
MRS. HUDSON: middle aged, full of energy
May also play MAN IN STREET
OFFICER PETERSON: a policeman, thickly built, in his thirties
THE COUNTESS: severe but handsome, in her sixties
May also play CHARWOMAN 2
ROBINS: rat faced, thin, in his thirties
May also play BEGGER (FREDDIE THE FLEECE)
LORD CALVIN: in his thirties or forties, austere
WOMAN/MAID/WOMEN OF THE NIGHT: twenties, versatile, comic skills
Auditions will be cold readings from the script
About the Play
Christmas eve, 1892. A woman who has just bought her Christmas goose is
accosted in the street and her goose is stolen by an unknown assailant.
Thus begins the events that will involve master detective Sherlock Holmes
and Dr. Watson in a mystery that involves animal mutilations, a stolen
“cursed” diamond, the freeing of an innocent man, and the search for a man
that embodies the spirit of Christmas.
Additional information please contact David Dossey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Montgomery Playhouse is a non-profit community theater. All staff and performers are volunteers.
Please feel free to pass this along.
PR Director – Montgomery Playhouse
AT GAC – DON’T MISS: Hamlet | Auditions | Annual Meeting | SM Needed
THIS WEEK AT THE GREENBELT ARTS CENTER
123 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Patrick Mullen
Choreography by Kathleen Moors and Diane Samuelson
Guest Production from Off The Quill
October 3, 4, 10, 11 at 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees October 5 & 12 at 2:00pm
4 1/2 stars: off-beat, yet compelling, fresh-minted production – DCMTA
energetic, imaginative work saturated with dance & kinetic whimsy- GREENBELT NEWS REVIEW
this curious new approach… will turn your mind upside down – THEATREBLOOM
READ THE PREVIEW ARTICLE IN THE GAZETTE!
Off the Quill puts their signature spin on Shakespeare’s classic, with movement and surprise elements as they follow Hamlet as he investigates the death of his father. But what tricks does the Dane have up his sleeve?
Featuring: Michael Joseph Dombroski, Keith Cassidy, Katie Wanschura, Chelsie Lloyd, Donald Cook, Joe Roberts, Shannon Riley, Meredith Coyle, Devon Tully, Joel Lorenzetti, Brian Moors, Sarah Pullen, Diane Samuelson, Elise Berg, Milica Bogetic, & Patrick Mullen
$20 General Admission,$15 Students/Seniors/Military,$12 Youth (12 & Under)
Upcoming Auditions for Clybourne Park starting October 13
Auditions for Clybourne Park, by Bruce Norris, will be held at the theater, on Monday, October 13 and Tuesday, October 14, at 7:00. Callbacks, if needed will be Thursday, October 16. Director Bob Kleinberg is casting 4 men and 3 women.
Performances run January 30 – February 21 All roles are open and unpaid. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script and other exercises.
For more details please visit our website.
Greenbelt Arts Center Annual Meeting
to be held Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 at 7:3O PM
The Greenbelt Arts Center Annual Meeting will be held Wednesday evening, Oct 22, 2014 at 7:30 PM at the Theater. This year’s slate of candidates up for election to the Arts Center Board are:
Donald Cook – President
Bob Kleinberg – Vice President, Administration
Trix Whitehall – Member At-Large
Scott Bringen – Member At-Large
Win Britt – Member At-Large
Also, the Greenbelt Art Center Annual Budget will be presented. And meet our new General Manager, Joe Wall!
These and any other items of interest to the Membership will be addressed at this meeting.
Please come… and bring a dessert to share!
Stage Manager needed for Death by Design
“Death By Design” Producer William Powell is looking for an experienced Stage Manager. If interested, please contact him at 202.316.2790.
Volunteer Box Office Manager Needed and House Volunteers!
Greenbelt Arts Center is looking for a Volunteer Box Office Manager to helm our box office efforts. Benefits include getting to meet our wonderful patrons, helping out your local theater, and complimentary tickets to GAC events and productions.
* Comfortable with computers, cash/credit card sales and customer service
* Available 2-4 evenings/afternoons a month!
* Available to schedule and train new box office assistants
* Will be comped tickets to GAC events when not working box office
* Background Check may be necessary
* Contact: email@example.com
Also looking for House Volunteers to serve as ushers and help patrons. Get to see productions for free!
WANT TO MOUNT A PRODUCTION?
Request slots in our schedule for our 2015-2016 season (starting September 2015.) Download our Project Submission Form, and submit as soon as possible. For information or questions concerning the Guidelines or Application Forms, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301-441-8770.
QUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS
The Greenbelt Arts Center welcomes individuals who are enthusiastic about working in and around live theater.
We have a variety of volunteer positions open and we encourage you to contact us and let us know that you are interested in filling one or more of the roles listed.
Visit our new volunteers site atwww.greenbeltartscenter.org/Volunteer.asp HEY ARTISTS!
Greenbelt Arts Center is taking applications for lobby gallery display opportunities for the next season, to begin in September. Do you have a bunch of drawings, paintings, photographs, whatever, sitting around?
Send a sample of your work (weblink or jpg format please) to email@example.com be considered.
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COMING TO THE GREENBELT ARTS CENTER!
(Note: Show dates subject to change)
Hamlet – Oct 3 – Oct 12 – guest production from Off the Quill – BUY TICKETS
Death by Design – Nov 7-23, 2014 – Directed by Ann Lowe Barrett -BUY TICKETS
A (Comic) Christmas Carol – Dec 5-7, 2014 – A Guest performance by The Renaissance Man – BUY TICKETS
The Chromatics – Dec 13 & 14, 2014 – Annual Holiday Concert – BUY TICKETS
Julius Caesar – Jan 9-11, 2015 – Guest production from The Rude Mechanicals – BUY TICKETS
Tales of Terror: Poe’s Birthday Bash – Jan 16-18, 2015 – BUY TICKETS
Clybourne Park – Jan 30 – Feb 21, 2015 – Directed by Bob Kleinberg – BUY TICKETS
Evil Dead: The Musical – Mar 6-28, 2015 – Directed by Jeffrey Lezniak – BUY TICKETS
Choking out the Kudzu – Apr 10-26, 2015 – Directed by Billie Colombaro – BUY TICKETS
Celtic Concert with The Homespun Ceilidh Band – May 1, 2015 – Music Concert – BUY TICKETS
A Raisin in the Sun- Directed by Rikki Howie Lacewell – May 15-Jun 6, 2015 – BUY TICKETS
Spider’s Web – Jun 19-28, 2015 – Guest Production from Thunderous Productions – BUY TICKETS
The Springfield Boys – Jul 10-19, 2015 – Guest Production from Seventh Street Playhouse – BUY TICKETS
King John: The Reprisal – Aug 21-Sept – Guest Production from The Rude Mechanicals – BUY TICKETS
Greenbelt Arts Center, 123 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770
Located under the Co-Op
301-441-8770 | www.greenbeltartscenter.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Greenbelt Arts Center is supported in part by grants or contributions from:
The City of Greenbelt, The Maryland State Arts Council
The Prince George’s County Council, District 4
The Honorable Ingrid Turner, The Honorable Douglas J. Peters
Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission
and with generous gifts from patrons like You!
GREENBELT ARTS CENTER IS A PROUD MEMBER OF:
American Association of Community Theatre and WATCH
Greenbelt Arts Center Publicity
Prince William Little Theatre
Are you ready for some Halloween fun, Hitchcock style?
You are invited to come to the opening night of Prince William Little Theatre’s production of The 39 Steps dressed in a costume inspired by Alfred Hitchcock movies, or the 1930-1940’s time period.
You will then be eligible to receive a FREE special PWLT treat bag from the concession booth AND you will have the opportunity to meet the cast and have your picture taken with them on stage!