|Actors Needed Immediately!
Looking for two actors aged 25-45
to play lead roles in their winterproduction
Rehearsals will be mostlyon week-ends in suburban Maryland and will begin in November. Performances willbe on the week-ends of Jan. 30-31 & Feb. 6-7.
Interested individuals shouldcontact Rick Starkweather at 301-937-4532 immediately.
Looking for male actors and students with great actingskills -
that might be interested in contributing to advancing the science ofpsychology,
and earn $100 for their help.
My name is Beatriz Palma and I am a PhD student at theCounseling Psychology program
in the Psychology Department at the University ofMaryland (UMD).
I am working in my dissertation, for which I need male actorsto portray an 8 minutes clip of a client.
The clients portrayed will be 30-40years old, Black/African American and White/European American,
Looking for talented 25-40 years old Black/African American
and White/EuropeanAmerican actors to represent them.
If you are interested and/or have any questions,please send me an email at email@example.com
Stage Armament Solutions
The area's best resource for Stage Arms!
Keep your acting muscles in shape between gigs!
Professional Scene Study
with Aly B. Ettman
An opportunity for professional and aspiring professionalactors to hone your craft
under the guidance of an ExperiencedDirector/Instructor and your Peers
in a Nurturing and Collaborative environment.
* Ongoingclass enrolled on a Monthly basis to conform to the busy life of theprofessional actor
* Bringyour bucket list of roles or allow me to select roles for you.
* Workyour scenes as much or as little as you wish.
* Gain abetter understanding of your own work by supporting your peers
Ongoing - Contact Aly for details.
N. Bethesda, MD (Metro Red Line)
($100 for Actor’s Center Members/ Peter’s Alley Alum)
*Admission is highly selective, and an interview/auditionwith each prospective student is required|
For Further Information/To Register:firstname.lastname@example.org
Aly B. Ettman is the Founding Artistic Director ofPeter's Alley Theatre Productions).
She has directed over 20 productions in the Washington Metro Region over thepast 10 years
as well as taught actors of all ages and levels of experience.
Supporting actors in creating an organic and honest performance is at the coreof all her work
as a director and acting instructor.
”I believe every actor must bring as much ofherself to a role as possible and I strive to build the confidence necessaryfor actors to trust their own instincts and achieve individuality in theirwork. “
Catonsville Theatre Company
Friday October 10th 7:30pm
Saturday October 11th 7:30pm
Catonsville Theatre Company
West Baltimore UnitedMethodist Church
5130 Greenwich Avenue Catonsville,MD 21229
$15.00 Adults $10 Children 12 and under
Tickets sold at the door Cash or check only!
We discourage bringing infants and small children
Call 410-917-2911 for reservations or visit ourwebsite at: www.cdtshows.com
written by Ira Levin
Saturday, October 18, 2014 2pm – 4pm
Monday, October 20, 2014 7pm – 9pm
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7pm (Callbacks only, if needed)
806 S Broadway, Baltimore MD 21231
COLD READINGS from the script. Monologues NOT needed.
Please bring headshot and resume if you have one.
For more information email: email@example.com with INTERLOCK in the subject line. NON-PAYING/NON-UNION
Rehearsals start November 9, 2014 (Sundays – Wednesdays with plenty of time off for the holidays)
THIS PRODUCTION: Runs January 9, 2015 – February 8, 2015
Fridays/Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 2pm AND one Thursday, February 5, 2015, 8pm.
One of his earliest works that starred Celeste Holm on Broadway and brought Maximillian Schell
to the American public in his Broadway debut.
The following roles are open:
MRS. PRICE: white, mid 40’s – 50’s – Very wealthy woman who was injured in a mysterious boating accident ten years previous – she is now a lonely, widowed, handicapped woman who on the surface is a pleasant congenial woman but underneath is pure evil. She gets what she wants at any cost … Imperious, headstrong. A great role for a woman of a certain age … the whole show she is in a wheelchair. Will consider actresses a little younger or older than above range.
PAUL: white male, 30’s, German-Jewish refugee, his dream is to be a concert pianist,
during WWII he was a baker in a concentration camp … has been in America for a year
working as a baker - High morals, hard worker - Will not take charity for anything … German accent
LUCILLE: African – American woman preferred but will consider any race – 40’s and up,
has been with Mrs. Price for a long time … was her companion and friend
until Hilde came into the house and usurped her position … Lucille hates Hilde
and has no qualms about showing it … Would do anything for Mrs. Price.
EVERETT: Lucille’s long suffering husband.
African – American man preferred but will consider any race – 40’s and up.
Silver Spring Stage
by Austin Pendleton
Directed by Seth Ghitelman
Sunday October 26 at 6 pm
Monday October 27 at 7 pm
Callbacks Wednesday October 29 at 7 pm
Silver Spring Stage
10145 Colesville Rd.
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
No Appointments needed.
Please bring resume and headshot (if you have one)
Any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Silver Spring Stage is an all-volunteer community theater.
Production Dates: January 9-31, 2015
Fridayand Saturday at 8 pm
Sunday matinees on January 19 & 25 at 2 pm
Orson Welles –(40-50) – American.
Brilliant and charming but desperate. One of the great film directors whose early success with
Citizen Kane has left struggling to match its brilliance. A larger than life personality.
Laurence Olivier –(50-60) - British.
One of the most highly regarded classical actors in the world, who isnow trying to prove he
can handle more edgy work. Domineering and controlling which covers his insecurities.
Kenneth Tynan – (mid 30’s) - British.
An influential and controversial theatre critic. A big fanof Welles, he has a big vision for theater in England. He is in the earlystages of emphysema with a terrible stutter.
Sean – (early20's) - Irish.
An ever-present, young, eager and naive assistant trying not to beswallowed up by Hollywood titans.
Joan Plowright –(early 30’s) -British.
A fresh young actress on the British scene with some successful credits to her name.
Solid, even tempered, and caring. The sanest person in theshow.
Vivien Leigh – (late 40’s) – British
An aging beauty, falling deeper and deeper into manic depression. She is well aware of
her fragile hold on her talent, her husband and her life.
|Opens On Halloween, October 31st!
Kensington Arts Theatre
The Addams Family
Music/Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Book by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elice
Directed by Craig Pettinati
Music Direction by Stuart Y. Weich
Produced by Malca Giblin
November 1, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22
Fri/Sat at 8:15PM,
Sun at 3PM
Kensington Arts Theater
at Kensington Town Center (formerly The Armory)
3710 Mitchell Street | Kensington, MD 20895 - 206.888.6642
General Admission: $23,
Seniors (60+): $20,
Students (K-college): $17
Kensington Residents with valid ID: $15
Group rates available with advanced purchase only!