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- Paid training in early-May 2014. Each performer will have 40-50 shows (times and dates vary) from June-Aug. Performers can continue throughout the school year, but must own a car and be willing to travel (and possibly stay overnight).
- Seeking submissions from: Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY; Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD; Richmond, VA; Boston, MA; Ithaca, NY; Albany, NY; Hartford, CT; Providence, RI; Charlotte, NC; Charleston, SC; Greenville, SC; Dover, DE; Pittsburgh, PA
Casting performers for "Sciencetellers," an interactive, physical and comedic play that utilizes fire and dry ice to make the story come alive for children and their families. This storytelling show will be presented at over 800 schools, libraries, camps, parties and events.Mar 31
- Rehearses May-July in Midtown; runs July 18-20 and July 24-25 at Capital Fringe in Washington, DC.
- Seeking submissions from: New York, NY; Washington, DC
Casting an absurd cabaret comedy, "Brownie and Lolli Go To Hollywood," featuring live variety acts within a scripted play. Casting Director states: "It's essentially absurd/bawdy sketch comedy with R&B music and a 50s-style TV twist."Mar 14
- Rehearses in September. Opens November in San Francisco, CA.
- Seeking submissions from: San Francisco, CA
Casting "Three Tall Women," Edward Albee's play about an imperious, acerbic old woman who lies dying, and is tended by two other women and visited by a young man.Mar 10
- Performs Oct. 27-Nov. 23 at the New Ohio Theater in NYC. Rehearsals preceding.
- Seeking submissions from: New York, NY
Casting "Powerhouse," a new devised play that uses physical theater, music, and puppetry to tell the story of brilliant but mostly forgotten composer and electronic music pioneer Raymond Scott. The New York Times writes: “One steam train of a drama. ... [Audiences are] constantly looking for the next new thing...Jan 20