Local Theatre Auditions/Calls for Entry

Updated: Tuesday, March 21



Through April 14: Submissions for 2024 Season - Playcrafters Barn Theatre. Seeking submissions of plays for the 2024 season. All submissions will be considered; initial screening will be made by a play-reading committee, which will also be reading additional scripts with the goal of putting together the strongest possible season. Directing opportunities for the 2024 season will be announced once the plays are selected and the season has been officially announced. We hope to complete play-reading by late spring/early summer, announcing the 95th season at our annual meeting at the end of August/early September. Playcrafters Barn Theatre (4950 35th Avenue, Moline IL). For information, call 309-762-0330 or e-mail office@playcrafters.comThrough Friday, April 14.

Through April 30: Directing Staff for Sweeney Todd - Quad City Music GuildQuad City Music Guild is now accepting directing staff applications for the November 10 - 19 production of Stephen Sondheim's musical classic about the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Every position on the direction staff is open. Prospect Park Auditorium (1584 34th Avenue, Moline IL). Forward applications or questions to Sheri Olson at president@qcmusicguild.com or boxoffice@qcmusicguild.comThrough Sunday, April 30.


Send information on forthcoming auditions and calls for entry to calendar@rcreader.com.

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