Category Archives: Auditions

Auditions – Central Virginia Theatre – Charlotte’s Web!

By | November 19, 2017

AUDITIONS ANNOUNCEMENT! Dec. 12th &13th, 4-8 pm. The Central Virginia Theatre will be holding auditions for their Youth Theatre production of Charlotte’s Web! Youth ages 7-18 are encouraged to come audition! Auditionees should be prepared to read from the script and sing a song. (Actors will need to provide their own accompaniment)  

Audition Notice – Firehouse Theatre presents PRELUDES

By | November 19, 2017

Audition Notice Firehouse Theatre presents PRELUDES by Dave Malloy | Inspired by the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff | Developed with Rachel Chavkin Director Billy Christopher Maupin Music Director Susan Braden Auditions for PRELUDES will be held by appointment only on Sunday, December 10, 2:30PM – 5PM and Monday, December 11, 6PM – 10PM at Firehouse… Read More »

Auditions for the next two River City Community Players (formerly Huguenot Community Players):  A Little Piece of Heaven and Belles:  The Reunion

By | November 12, 2017

Auditions for the next two River City Community Players (formerly Huguenot Community Players):  A Little Piece of Heaven by Matthew Carlin and Belles:  The Reunion by Mark Dunn. Auditions will be held at 7 pm on Sunday, December 3 and Monday, December 4 at Huguenot United Methodist Church, 10661 Duryea Drivein Richmond. For A Little Piece of Heaven, Director Ann Davis is seeking:… Read More »

Auditions for Songs from the Soul

By | November 12, 2017

SONGS FROM THE SOUL BOOK BY BILLY DYE with DAN RYAN MUSIC BY TONY WILLIAMS DIRECTION & MUSICAL DIRECTION BY BILLY DYE A musical narrative of the history of African-American music – from slave spirituals to jazz to blues to rap. The show is part toe-tapping entertainment and part vital history lesson. SONGS FROM THE SOUL examines… Read More »

Auditions – BIFOCALS AT CAT THEATRE ~ Shakespeare Shorts

By | November 5, 2017

BIFOCALS AT CAT THEATRE ~ Shakespeare Shorts directed by Cynde Liffick. . . . Everyone knows a little Shakespeare. “To be or not to be” spoken by Hamlet; “Double, double toil and trouble” spoken by Macbeth’s witches; “The quality of mercy is not strained” spoken by Portia in The Merchant of Venice.  A cadre of… Read More »