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  • All auditions consist of cold readings from the script, unless otherwise noted.
  • Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out the Audition Form or fill out ahead of time by   Clicking Here

January 22 & 23, 2017 @ 7pm | Pied-à-Terre

Production/Performance Dates: March 10-18, 2017

by John Anastasi | R-Drama | Directed by Allen Rudolph

Lives are about to collide. Julia, a successful television journalist, discovers a Manhattan apartment owned by her attorney husband, Jack that she was unaware existed. As Julia explores the apartment, her musing and pain are interrupted by the sudden appearance of Katie, a beautiful young woman who seems to know Jack a little too well. At first glance, the two women appear to have nothing in common save Julia's husband. As they face off in the apartment, secrets unfold revealing the burdens each has been carrying, and they learn they have more in common than either could have thought possible. Pied-à-Terre, or a second home, has a central theme about grieving, loss and survivor's guilt, where the passions of the soul come into conflict with the obligations of the mind and the needs of the heart. Not your usual love triangle.


Dorothy Lin Imrie
Maria Ellis Slaughter
Robert Moritz

Thank you to everyone who auditioned.

March 19 & 20, 2017 @ 7pm | Panache

Production/Performance Dates: May 5-20, 2017

by Don Gordon | PG-Romantic Comedy | Directed by Emily Piperato | Co-Produced by Allen Trimble, Secure Money Strategies

What could possibly have motivated Kathleen Trafalgar to get into her Mercedes SL 450 one afternoon and drive to the inner city to track down a rough-edged, hard-drinking, fry cook named Harry Baldwin? A six by twelve-inch piece of tin issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles to anyone who pays the fee. It seems they both applied for exactly the same personalized license plate - PANACHE. Kathleen is married to a man she regards as a dashing, eloquent, Renaissance Man personified, and she wants to put it on his Bentley. Harry already has the plate on his Ford truck. For both of them this seven letter word holds special meaning. The play becomes an intellectual battle ultimately exposing the irrelevance of social status and the needs of two lonely people – an unusual love story.

Characters Needed:

  • Harry Baldwin (ages 40s-early 50s) - An artist who works nights as a fry cook
  • Kathleen Trafalgar (ages late 30s-late 40s) - Chic, wealthy, attractive, cultured, fashionable dresser, perfect manners
  • Irwin Alcott (age 20) - Clean cut, fragile, scholarly
  • Laura (about age 24) - Poised, soft-spoken, her beauty is equal parts innocence and sensuality
  • Jumbo Dombroski (ages 40s-60s) - A large, intimidating man - tattoos, muscular, dresses and acts as if he owns the street

Auditions consist of cold readings from the script. No headshots or monologue required. No scheduled appointment times - just come a few minutes before 7pm to fill out audition form.

For more information, contact the director, Emily Piperato, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 915-490-6359.

May 21 & 22, 2017 @ 7pm | Don't Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell

Production/Performance Dates: July 14-29, 2017

by V. Cate & Duke Ernsberger| PG-Comedy | Directed by Keisha McFerrin

A fast-paced, non-stop look at three men locked in an office, living off bananas and salted peanuts while trying to rewrite the screenplay to Gone With the Wind, a novel that took Margaret Mitchell ten years to write. Funny, irreverent and mostly true. In 1939, David O. Selznick stopped production on the movie Gone With the Wind three weeks into shooting. He hated the script. It had to be rewritten. With the stalled production costing him fifty thousand dollars a day, there was only one writer in Hollywood who could save the day – the legendary Ben Hecht. Selznick, Hecht, and director Victor Fleming camp out in Selznick's office to do the deed. To their horror they soon discover that Hecht has never read the book and knows nothing about the characters. Only in Hollywood could something destined to turn out so wrong turn out so right.

Characters Needed:

  • David O. Selznick (age mid-30s) - A crass, high-energy movie producer
  • Victor Fleming (age 50ish) - A movie director, known as a "man's man"
  • Ben Hecht - A brilliant screenwriter with a fondness for the grape
  • Miss Peabody (any age) - Selznick's highly efficient secretary

Auditions consist of cold readings from the script. No headshots or monologue required. No scheduled appointment times - just come a few minutes before 7pm to fill out audition form.

For more information, contact the director, Keisha McFerrin.

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