OPEN AUDITION:  Angel Street (Gaslight) (Patrick Hamilton; dir: Chloe Bronzan). 2M (35-65), 3F (20-50’s). 2 min. monologue plus cold read. Non-AEA. Stipend. Auds 6/11 2-6PM, 6/12 7-10PM, Callback 6/19 7-10PM. Rehs 9/11. Perfs 10/20-11/5. Appt/HS/Resume:

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LAUGHING STOCK, written by Charles Morey, is a hilarious backstage farce and genuinely affectionate look into the world of the theatre. When The Playhouse, a rustic New England summer theatre, schedules a repertory season of Dracula, Hamlet and Charley's Aunt, comic mayhem ensues. We follow the well-intentioned but over-matched company from outrageous auditions to ego-driven rehearsals through opening nights gone disastrously awry to the elation of a great play well told and the comic and nostalgic season close.

Directed by Eric Fraisher Hayes

Auditions Sunday, December 11th 2-6 pm
Callbacks, Monday, December 12th 7-10 pm

1 min. monologue plus cold read.
Non-AEA. Stipend.

Rehearsals begins February 27, 2017
Performances: April 14-30, 2017

To schedule an appoint et please sent your head shot and resume to:
Kimberly Ridgeway
Production Manager


Roles (MEN)
Gordon Page
40's-50's. Artistic Director. Leader of the pack, the man with the dream. He is an overly ambitious and always harried Artistic Director.

Jack Morris
20's. Actor. Jack is stuck between his dream of becoming an actor and his “practical” thought of going to law school.

Tyler Taylor
30's-40's. Ambitious but self-absorbed actor who definitely believes there is a such thing as a small role.

Vernon Volker
40's-50's. Actor. He’s a little jaded and feels that Summer stock may be beneath him.

Richfield Hawksley
70's. Very accomplished actor and widely sought after. He’s brilliant on stage...if he could only remember his lines.

Henry Mills
30's-40's. An over extended Scenic, Costume and Lighting Designer. His big ideas don’t fit into this playhouse budget.

Craig Conlin
30's-50's. He’s the uptight penny pinching business manager, who tries to keep everyone in line financially.

Braun Oakes
20’s. Inexperienced, overworked but faithful intern/apprentice.

Ian Milliken
20’s.Inexperienced, overworked but faithful intern/apprentice.

Roles (WOMEN)

Susannah Huntsman
30's. The playhouse’s guest Director. She knows what she wants and tells it how it is.

Daisy Coates
60's-70's. Sweet and slightly eccentric; an actor who has been ready to play Ophelia for 40 years.

Sarah McKay
40's-50's. Stage Manager. Efficient, a little bitter and always has a drink in hand.

Karma Schneider
20’s. Inexperienced, overworked but faithful intern/apprentice.

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