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Auditions for DOUBT in Two Weeks!

Sunday, October 15th, from 7-10 PM
Monday, October 16th, from 7-10 PM
Callbacks, if necessary: Tuesday, October 17th
Bring a headshot and resume if you have them. And come prepared with a 2-3 minute monologue that best showcases your acting ability OR come prepared to do a cold reading from the script. If you choose the latter, please be familiar with the play. Please also bring your calendar so that you can identify any conflicts.
1 male, white, 20s-50s
1 female, white, 20s-30s
1 female, white, 40s-60s
1 female, black, 20s-50s
Rehearsals will begin around October 29th and will continue until about Thanksgiving, 4-5 nights a week, to get the show mostly up to speed and ready to go. Then, through December, rehearsals will be more infrequent, 1-2 nights a week, to run and maintain the show. We’ll jump back in for tech week, beginning January 7th.
The show runs January 12th-28th, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

IF YOU’D LIKE TO AUDITION: Fill out the form here, https://www.playersguildtheatre.com/_modules/form.php?id=19 or hit me up with any questions. Thanks!

The North Canton Playhouse Presents Auditions for “Orphan Train”

Center for the Performing Arts
  Is pleased to announce the next show in our “SPOTLIGHT ON YOUTH” program!
S.O.Y. is an educational outreach that presents dramatic plays to students
in schools throughout Stark County and surrounding area schools.
Educating students through the ARTS!
We will be holding auditions for
Friday Oct. 6th at 6:30pm and Sat. Oct. 7th at 3:00pm
To sign up for AUDITIONS or for questions or more information,
email Delorna Toy:  delornatoy@gmail.com
        AUDITIONS will be held at NCP’s Main Stage @ 525 7th ST N.E.  North Canton
(on the Hoover High school campus)
ROLES include:   4- males ages 13-18, 5- females ages 9-16, or can pass for these
  2-3 male adults ages 20-60, 2 female adults ages 20-60
     This show will be taken to and performed at school locations during school hours and performed
for students in a class or many classes at a time. This is a continuing role/responsibility, as we will work throughout the entire school year as shows are booked. We need people who can be available for shows with a two-week notice. Most schools recognize this program as an educational service to the school community, and students/ cast members can be excused for the absent time of the day that shows are performed. Individuals will need to check with their schools for details.
     Adults who are cast will be asked to assist the director with transportation of cast members from our Youth Theatre to the school location.   Cast members are responsible for transportation to the Youth Theatre and to be picked up after performances.
“Orphan Train” is a play that tells the story of 9 orphans on a train that left New York City on
 May 28th, 1914, and traveled to U.S. Midwestern towns in search for homes for the children. This play is an excellent supplement to classroom American History courses.
  * We are very proud that “Spotlight on Youth” is our oldest educational outreach program, being in existence since 1989! This interactive drama has proven to be a most effective teaching tool, eliciting emotional responses that are vivid and lasting!