Local Theatre Auditions/Calls for Entry

Updated: Monday, February 26



March 2 & 3: Laura and 84 Charing Cross Road - Richmond Hill Barn TheatreSeeking three adult males for the Vera Caspary and George Sklar mystery thriller Laura, running May 30 - June 9 (rehearsals start April 22), directed by John Donald O'Shea, and two adult males for the James Roose-Evans comedy drama 84 Charing Cross Road, running July 11 - 21 (rehearsals start approximately June 9), directed by Jennifer Kingry. Be prepared to read from the scripts. Richmond Hill Barn Theatre (600 Robinson Drive, Geneseo IL). For information, call (309)944-2244. Saturday, March 2 (1 - 3 p.m.), Sunday, March 3 (1 - 3 p.m.)

March 3: Fiddler on the Roof - Quad City Music GuildSeeking actors for the Tony-winning musical classic about the Jewish village of Anatevka in Russia in 1905, running August 2 - 11, directed by Jake Ladd. This is an open call for performers who have not already attended auditions for this production. Be prepared to sing 16 – 32 measures of an upbeat song in the style of the play; an accompanist will be provided. No pre-recorded accompaniment is allowed. Be prepared to read from the script and learn a short dance routine. Rehearsals begin June 17. Prospect Park Auditorium (1584 34th Avenue, Moline IL). For information, call (309)762-0330. Sunday, March 3 (1 p.m.).


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

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