New Vision Players

Legally Blonde: The Musical

SUMMER 2012:
Monday, June 11th from 7 – 10 PM
Tuesday, June 12th from 7 – 10 PM
Location To Be Determined
Visit their website HERE

August 16, 17, 18, 19
Fair Lawn Community Center
Fair Lawn, NJ
(More information to come!)

Pax Amicus Castle Theatre

Damn Yankees

June 16 @ 1PM, June 19 @ 7PM

Faust meets professional baseball in the Broadway classic. Directed by Richard Boyer.

Show Dates: August 3, 4, 11, 12, 18, 19
For more information, visit their website here.

Chatham Community Players

Jersey Voices

The Chatham Community Players
23 North Passaic Avenue
Chatham, NJ 07928


The Chatham Community Players will hold open auditions for its 18th annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival. Auditions will be held on Sunday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 5 at 7:00PM. Both auditions will be held at the Chatham Playhouse, 23 North Passaic Ave., Chatham. Performances on July 27, 28 and August 3 and 4. Jersey Voices has provided a venue for New Jersey playwrights to showcase their work since 1995.

They are looking for men and women, ages 20 to 70 and one female teenager who can play 14 years old, to fill roles for six one-act plays. Actors may read from sides available at the auditions or they may present a monologue.

Presented Pieces are:

· 6 in the Kid by Ralph Greco, Jr. – A young aspiring writer interviews with a famous playwright to be a research assistant. But the playwright may not be exactly who they seem to be; or maybe they don’t really want a research assistant after all. Need: three actors (male or female) 20-60’s. Directed by Joann Scanlon

· The Buffer by Mike Allegra – Sarah has convinced Bill to go out with her best friend and her friend’s annoying, unemployed husband. Bill, who dislikes the husband, realizes that he is going as a “buffer” and doesn’t want to go. Couples negotiations ensue, with an unexpected outcome. Need: One female (30’s) and one male (30-40’s). Directed by Paul Bettys

· Ping by Mary Jane Walsh – A one-woman play that depicts, in a riveting fashion, a mother’s unwavering love for her grown child. Need: Actress is a very composed woman in her 60’s-70’s, must have great emotional depth and restraint. Directed by Arnold Buchiane

· The Portrait Gallery by Gary Shaffer – An older gentleman sits quietly on a bench viewing paintings at a museum gallery, while a younger woman sits quietly on the floor sketching one the hanging portraits. Another man enters the gallery, disrupting their world and learns there is indeed more there than meets the eye. Need: Two males (20-60’s) and one female (20-30’s). Directed by Stephen Catron

· Children of September by Eric Alter – Sometimes wanting to believe is all we have … and all we need. Need: One female teenager (14 years old), female (late 40’s) and one male (30-40’s). Directed by Frank Briamonte

· The Incident Report by E.M. Lewis – When a passenger ends up dead on a plane, an aviation safety investigator attempts to discover the truth of what happened. Need: one female (20-40’s) and four males (30-60’s). Directed By Chris Messineo

The Chatham Players have an open call casting policy. ALL roles are open, none are precast, and everyone is encouraged to audition. Any questions, please call Bob Lukasik, Artistic Director at 201-412-4039. For directions or additional information about each of the one-acts being produced, please visit http://www.chathamplayers.org

Circle Players


Circle Players to Hold Auditions for “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare

PISCATAWAY – Circle Players will hold auditions for “Hamlet,” William Shakespeare’s classic tale of murder and revenge. This production updates the story to the present day, set in a world of corporate intrigue.

Auditions will held be at Circle Players, 416 Victoria Ave., Piscataway, 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12 and 13, with callbacks at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 19.

Jessica Damrow Sherman of Summit is the director and Ed Faver of Roselle will produce. Performance dates will be 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 14-29, with a 3 p.m. matinee Sunday, Sept. 30.

Character breakdown:

Hamlet (late 20s-30s), Prince of Denmark; Claudius, (50s) current King (CEO) of Denmark, uncle to Hamlet; Horatio (late 20s-30s), Hamlet’s best friend; Polonius (50s), Claudius’s lawyer (also plays Gravedigger 2); Laertes (late 20s), son of Polonius; Ghost of Hamlet’s father (50s), former king (CEO) of Denmark (also plays First player/Player King and Gravedigger 1); Rosencrantz (20s-30s), friend of Hamlet (also plays Marcellus and others); Guildenstern (20s-30s), friend of Hamlet (also plays Bernardo and others); Francisco (20s-30s), also plays Fortinbras and others; Gertrude (early-late 50s), mother of Hamlet and Queen of Denmark; Ophelia (early to mid- 20s), daughter of Polonius and Hamlet’s beloved; and Second Player/Player Queen (20s-40s), also plays Osric and others.

Also needed are the “Players” (teens- 30s), movers/dancers who perform “The Mousetrap” and provide necessary ambience for scenes and transitions. They rarely leave the stage. Special skills greatly desired are acrobatics, magic, contortion, juggling, dancing and clowning.

Questions? Contact the director at circleplayersnj@gmail.com.



By Andrew Lloyd-Webber & Tim Rice
Musically Directed by Charles Santoro
Choreographed by Carrie Nagy
Directed by Mac McCormick

WHEN: Adults, June 18, 19, 6:30 – 9:00 PM*; Children 8-13, Saturday, June 23, 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM*; Callbacks June 20
WHERE: Fair Lawn Recreation Center, 20 Street and Kipp Street, Fair Lawn
For More Information: http://www.oldlibrarytheatre.net

ALL ADULT ROLES ARE OPEN (there may be some doubling of characters)
CHILDREN’S CHORUS: 7 boys, 7 girls ages 8 – 13

Please prepare 32 Bars that shows your vocal range
An accompanist will be provided
Be prepared to dance!
Callbacks will require a song from the show!
Show Dates: July 27, 28, 29; August 3, 4, 5; Show Times: Evening performances at 8:00 PM, Matinee performances 2:00 PM

*please arrive no later than half an hour prior to end of auditions


One response

  1. Christina Hines

    Great site!

    June 22, 2011 at 9:00 AM

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