CASTING CALL for The Rover, written by Aphra Behn, directed by Phoebe Moyer.  NON-AEA ONLY.  Stipend $350.  Auditions:  Saturday November 4, 2017 12-5 pm.  Callbacks:  Tuesday November 14, 2017 7 pm.  1-2 minute comic monologue and cold script reading.  Edited script and sides available before auditions.  Rehearsals begin March 5, 2018: Mon-Thurs 6:30-10 pm, Sat 11:30 am-4:30 pm.  Performances:  Fri-Sun, April 13-29, 2018.  All Reh/Perf in Danville CA.  Please send headshot & resume with preferred audition time (we will try to accommodate) and any questions to Kimberly Ridgeway, Role Players Ensemble Production Manager, at .">..  For more details on the characters and the play, click our AUDITIONS button at the top of this page. 
The Shellie Awards were founded thirty three years ago in order to recognize outstanding achievement in the performing arts in the Central Contra Costa/Diablo Valley region. The awards were presented in the year following the production.

Contribution to the Arts: Sharon and Don Ritchey


Contribution to the Arts: Wendy Cooper


“Bus Stop” Best Actress: Ginny Wehrmeister Best Supporting Actress: Bonnie DeChant “Ruthless the Musical” Supporting Actress: Jessica Magers-Rankin


Contribution to the Arts: Roz Hirsch


Contribution to the Arts: Jane Ayles “Don’t Dress for Dinner” Best Costumer: Sandra Gardner


“Dinner with Friends” Best Supporting Actress: Karen Fryer


“Comedy of Errors” Best Lighting: Brian Pergamit Outstanding Contribution to the Arts: Judy Braaten


“Romantic Comedy” Best Actress: Jane Ayles


“All My Sons” Best Production Best Actor: Jerry Motta Best Director: Scott Fryer


“Picasso at the Lapin Agile” Best Production Best Actor: Vince Tycer Best Actress: Beth Kirkwood Best Supporting Actor: Jerry Motta


“The Caine Mutiny Court Martial” Best Actor: Richard Aiello


“The Miracle Worker” Best Production Best Actress: Simone Alexander Best Director: Douglas Dildine


“The Boys Next Door” Best Actor: Ron Meier


“Shadowlands” Best Actress: Beth Kirkwood “Jake’s Women” Best Actor: Jerry Motta “The Importance of Being Earnest” Best Costumers: Margo


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