Shauna Kanter, Wally Carbone and Maryanne DiPalma are talking about Voice Theatre’s Spring Reading Series at the Golden Notebook May 3rd, 10th & 17th @ 7pm. Reservations strongly suggested – call us: 845 679 0154. https://voicetheatre.org/spring-reading-series/
We’ll also be talking about the Voice Theatre refugee program with high school students and undocumented, unaccompanied refugee kids aged 12-17. https://voicetheatre.org/belonging-and-bullying/
Auditions are for Equity and non-Equity actors.
We are seeking 9 male, 9 female actors, all types, ages and ethnicities. If you play an instrument and/or sing that’s a plus.
We are also looking for volunteer production assistants.
Auditions are being held by appointment on Saturday, March 11th and Sunday March 19th at the Woodstock Reformed Church, 16 Tinker Street, on the Village Green, enter through the back door, parking is in the rear.
Rehearsals begin May 23rd and the production opens at the Byrdcliffe Theater July 6th – 23rd 2017. We will have day, evening and weekend rehearsals. Performances are three weeks: Thursday – Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday matinees; 2pm.
To set-up an audition contact the director: Shauna Kanter at firstname.lastname@example.org The script, character descriptions and selected sides will be sent to you. Non-Union contract is a stipend and Equity contract: Special Appearances Guest Artist.
Voice Theatre’s 2016 season is warming up. Session 1 of our Summer Youth Workshops at Woodstock’s Byrdliffe Theater is already half full, but Early Bird discounts are available until May 1st. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn or hone your acting chops – the workshops are run by the Voice Theatre team of professional actors, directors and company members carefully selected by Voice Theatre.
Tickets are available for the Spring Reading Series by calling 845-679-0154. The readings are held on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm, beginning March 31st, at New World Home Cooking. The first reading is a presentation of Will Eno’s “The Realistic Joneses”, directed by Sean Marrinan. A staged reading has all the drama of a play, at a greatly reduced price, in New World’s casual and friendly atmosphere.