Broad, exhuberant, comedy-farce about the differences and similarities between old and young. Mistaken identities, magic elixers, young love; all in the stlye of commedia dell'arte!
Casting for all roles. This is the first production from this brand new company! Performances will be in July in the lounge theatre at the Josephine. Call or text Cindy Kinnear at 512-618-0378 to schedule an appointment for an audition. Or email at
Characters Needed: Arlecchino: Maestro of company and servant to Pantalone, can be played by male or female; Pedrolino: Servant to Tofano, male; Columbina: servant to Tofano, female; Franceschina: servant to Vittoria, female; Tofano Di Scaterelli: an old man who thinks he's dying; ; Pantalone Di Besignosi: another old man who thinks he's dying; Dr. Graziano: The learned physician, male; Lelio: a lover and student leader, male; Isabella: a lover, female; Flavio: a lover and poet, male; Vittoria: lover and long lost daughter of Pantalone, female; Antonio: a servant; Lucio: a servant; Capitano Spavento, an officer.
Be prepared to stick around to cold read on June 2nd
What would you do if Buster Keaton invaded your dreams? What would Buster Keaton do if you invaded his? Join us for a surreal journey into the unconscious with iconic screen legend, Buster Keaton.
Available Roles:Dreaming Girl: age 6-25, 2 Dreaming Girl Doubles: age 6-40,1-2 Buster Keaton doubles ages ranging from 20-65,1 Fatty Arbuckle: age 25-40, 1 Sigmund Freud: age 30-70,Ensemble of 2-4, consisting of many ages, types, and talents (Samuel Beckett lookalikes encouraged!).
Director Lou Garza will hold open auditions for the final 2012-2013 Season S.T.A.G.E., Inc. production, STUDS TURKEL'S THE GOOD WAR, a musical by David H Bell & Craig Carnelia. Auditions will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at Krause House Theatre, 1300 Bulverde Road in Bulverde. Be prepared to sing at auditions. Bring sheet music, a CD, a cassette or sing a capella.
Eight male performers and a female performer are needed (all actors play multiple characters except Private Small). Role distribution:
MAN #1 (40's) MAN #2 (20-25) MAN #3 (30's) MAN #4 (20-25) MAN #5 (30's) MAN #6 (30's) MAN #7 (45-50) WOMAN (mid-30's) PRIVATE SMALL (African-American 30's-40's)
Auditionsfor the musical comedy Nunsense written by Dan Goggin, directed for the Gaslight-Baker Theatre by Steve Lawson, are being held Lockhart Wednesday 5/29/13 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., Saturday 6/1/13 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., and other times by appointment.
Five women (or four women and a very special guy) are needed. We want actors who can sing, singers who can act, and if you can throw in a couple of dance steps that would be even better! Age range about 20 - 60. Rue McClanahan played the Mother Superior in a TV version of the play.
For the audition - Be prepared to sing a minute or two. You choose your selection and you bring accompaniment, or you can sing acapella. You will also be given a few lines of script to perform. If you are not available for the above scheduled times, for an audition appointment and more information call 512-775-6541 or email
Audition Notice for A LITTLE MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Developmental Workshop/Reading -Texas Musical Theatre Workshop at the University of Texas, Austin. Apply by May 27. Book, Music and Lyrics By: Valerie Vigoda and Brendan Milburn; Directed and Choreographed by Janet Rosten.
The re-imagined Shakespeare classic takes place in the here-and-now at an outdoor rock concert and retains the iambic pentameter of the Bard, but with modernized language and a pop rock score.
The authors and composers, Valerie Vigoda (2009 winner of the ASCAP Foundation Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award, as well as a two-time winner of the Jonathan Larson Award for Excellence in Writing for the Theatre) and Brendan Milburn (from the band Groovelily), along with the stage director Janet Rosten (Artistic Director of Los Angeles Rock Opera Company) will be in residence at The Texas Musical Theatre Workshop on The University of Texas at Austin campus from June 10-29, 2013 to developed this new musical, with students and local actors playing all roles.
A staged reading open to the pubic will take place Thursday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the B. Iden Payne Theatre at The University of Texas at Austin. Rehearsals will be held at the Winship Drama Building (June 10 -26), Monday – Thursdays, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Sundays, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
If interested please email: 1) a headshot and resume, and 2) any conflicts with the rehearsal/performance schedule to
by Monday, May 27, 2013. Video with additional Information: http://youtu.be/N-UtlcUi20I