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AUDITIONS

All roles are open—all are welcome.

Schedule

Dates are tentative—reference only.

“Lost In Yonkers”
by NEIL SIMON

directed by Dana O’Neal
AUDITIONS were held in Nov. 2018
(Show dates March 1 - 16)

SPOTLIGHT auditions for “Annie Jr.”
music by CHARLES STROUSE, lyrics by MARTIN CHARNIN, book by THOMAS MEEHAN

directed by Purvi Dudhedia
musical director David Jurman
AUDITIONS Jan. 12 & 13
(Show dates May 17-19)

“Perfect Arrangement”
by TOPHER PAYNE

directed by Terry Sagedy
AUDITIONS Jan. 13 & 14, 2019
(Show dates April 26 - May 11)

“Best Little Whorehouse In Texas”
by CAROL HALL, LARRY L. KING, PETER MASTERSON

directed by Craig David Rosen
musical director Sarah Fay
AUDITIONS March 24 & 25
CALLBACKS by appointment
(Show dates June 28 - July 20)

“Macbeth”
by William Shakespeare

directed by Jane Farnol
AUDITIONS June 2 & 3
(Show dates Sept. 13 - 28)

“American Idiot”
music by GREEN DAY, lyrics by BILLY JOE ARMSTRONG, book by BILLY JOE ARMSTRONG & MICHAEL MAYER

directed by Beth Bonnabeau
musical director Adam Snyder
AUDITIONS Aug. 11 & 12
(Show dates Nov. 1-23)


2019 Auditions

Brookfield Theatre announces open auditions for

“Perfect Arrangement”

by Topher Payne

directed by Terry Sagedy

produced by Sarah Denn

Brookfield Theatre announces open auditions on Sun., Jan. 13 & Mon., Jan. 14 at 7PM at the theatre.

Synopsis:
It’s 1950, and new colors are being added to the Red Scare. Two U.S. State Department employees, Bob and Norma, have been tasked with identifying sexual deviants within their ranks. There’s just one problem: Both Bob and Norma are gay, and have married each other’s partners as a carefully constructed cover. Inspired by the true story of the earliest stirrings of the American gay rights movement, madcap classic sitcom-style laughs give way to provocative drama as two “All-American” couples are forced to stare down the closet door.

“As hiding gets harder, pitch-perfect comedy ensues: slamming doors, strange disguises, preposterous excuses....Eventually, the four must decide whether face-saving domestic lies are worth it, or whether ostracism beats living in fear. In our own era of surveillance and paranoia, their mid-century problems don’t feel so far away.” - The New Yorker

Be prepared to read sides from the show. A dramatic/comedic monologue (can be from this play or from another one) is helpful but not required. All are welcome—no experience necessary.

Characters/Roles:
BOB MARTINDALE - 30s-40s, A WWII veteran, reserved. A bit bookish, but a solid man's man. Good-humored and well-mannered.
MILLIE MARTINDALE - late 20s-30s, Bob's wife. Plays "The dizzy wife" when people are in the house, but actually very quick-witted and observant. Smart enough to maintain the act.
NORMA BAXTER - 30s, The knowing, efficient, classy dame. A secretary at the State Department who could just as easily be Secretary of State. A smart woman who's great with a wisecrack and level-headed in a bind.
JIM BAXTER - 20s-30s, Norma's husband. A prankster type, always ready with a comeback. A high school teacher with lots of energy. A little wired, good with a plan.
THEODORE SUNDERSON - 40s-50s, The boss. Bombastic, loud, a little overbearing. A patriotic windbag.
KITTY SUNDERSON - 40s, Ted's wife. Legitimately ditzy. Her brain seems to work on a totally different wavelength than the rest of the world. Very sweet, and very genuine. Just doesn't quite "get it".
BARBARA GRANT - 40s, A formidable opponent. No-nonsense, beautiful, brilliant, and a little scary.

Please bring a headshot, resume, and a list of ALL schedule conflicts so that rehearsals can be scheduled.

Show dates are April 26 - May 11, 2019 on Fri. & Sat. at 8pm and Sun. at 2pm.

Brookfield Theatre is an All Volunteer 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Community Theatre. All are welcome.

Please email or message if you'd like to join the production team!

Questions? Please contact: press@brookfieldtheatre.org


Spotlight Auditions

Brookfield Theatre announces open auditions for

“Annie Jr.”

music by CHARLES STROUSE, lyrics by MARTIN CHARNIN, book by THOMAS MEEHAN
directed by Purvi Dudhedia, choreographed by Joe Bagala, musical director David Jurman


produced by Lou Okell

Brookfield Theatre announces open auditions on Sat., Jan. 12 & Sun., Jan. 13 from 3PM to 6PM at the theatre.

America's favorite orphan sings and dances across the Brookfield Theatre stage this spring

Auditions will be informal. You will be asked to read from a script, sing a song, and learn a simple dance step. Please bring shoes you can dance in, a photo of yourself, a snack, and your patience - be ready to stay all 3 hours. All are welcome—no experience necessary.

Also bring a list of ALL schedule conflicts so that rehearsals can be scheduled. We expect to have 3 rehearsals each week.

Show dates are May 17-19, 2019 on Fri. & Sat. at 7pm and Sun. at 2pm.

Brookfield Theatre is an All Volunteer 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Community Theatre. All are welcome.

Please email or message if you'd like to join the production team!

Questions? Please contact: press@brookfieldtheatre.org

CONTACT

mail  press@brookfieldtheatre.org

phone   203-775-0023

mail   PO Box 528, Brookfield, CT 06804

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