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The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
New Braunfels Theatre Company with Tracey Nefford
October 1st and 2nd, from 6:00pm-8:30pm
Production Dates: December 12-14 and 18-19

Prepared Material Required

One - 30 second to 1 minute monologue

Expect cold readings


Performance Dates:

December 12-14 and 18-19



Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings (starting Oct. 9th)

Weekends as needed





Characters Needed:



FATHER (Bob Bradley) - solid family man, 35-38
MOTHER (Grace Bradley) - trim, attractive, 35ish
BETH BRADLEY - the narrator, strong voice and presence, 9-12
CHARLIE BRADLEY - traditional kid brother, 7-10
RALPH HERDMAN - ragged, scroungy, slouching manner, touch of adolescent cool, 11-15
IMOGENE HERDMAN - loud, bossy, crafty, 11-14
LEROY HERDMAN - tough, sure of himself, 9-11
CLAUDE HERDMAN - tough, combative, 9-10
OLLIE HERDMAN - looking for trouble, Claude's usual partner in crime, 8-9
GLADYS HERDMAN - smail, wiry, fiesty, 5-8

ADULT ANGEL QUARTET - two men and two women to sing four part harmony
ALICE WENDLEKEN - prim, proper, pain in the neck, 10-13
MRS. ARMSTRONG - managerial in voice and manner 35-60
MRS. SLOCUM - pleasant, motherly woman, 35-60
MRS. CLARK - 35-60
MRS. MCCARTHY - a younger, less imperious version of Mrs. Armstrong, 35-60
MAXINE - l0-ll
HOBIE - 9-10
DAVID - 8-9
FIREMAN - 25-30
FIREMAN - 25-30
DORIS - 9-10
REVEREND HOPKINS - middle to late 40s


Location: 1111 N. Walnut Ave, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
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for questions contact us through or email

Merchant of Venice
Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Sunday, October 12, 2014, 7 to 10pm Monday, October 13, 2014, 7 to 10pm
Production Dates: February 13, 2015 - March 1, 2015

Classic Theatre brings to life one of William Shakespeare most legendary, controversial, and glorious tales of when a Venitian merchant must default on a large loan from an abused Jewish moneylender for a friend with romantic ambitions, and the bitterly vengeful creditor demands a gruesome payment instead.

Its a cold, hard take on a classic tale, directed by Matthew Byron Cassi.

If you have worked with Classic & Matt recently, just give Florence your contact info and Matt will let you know if he needs to see you.
Bring memorized monologue & head shot/resume please.
AUDITIONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! Call Florence Bunten at 210-589-8450 to reserve your spot!

Characters Needed:

An ensemble cast, led by Allan S. Ross, can range from as few as 10, or more. Actors should be prepared to read for multiple roles. Versatile actors required for this piece.

The role of Shylock will be played by Allan S. Ross. All other roles are open.

The Duke of Venice

The Prince of Morocco, suitor to Portia

The Prince of Arragon, suitor to Portia

Antonio, a merchant of Venice

Bassanio, his friend, suitor likewise to Portia

Salanio, Salarino, Gratiano, Salerio, friends to Antonio and Bassanio

Lorenzo, in love with Jessica

Tubal, a Jew, Shylock's friend

Launcelot Gobbo, the clown, servant to Shylock

Old Gobbo, father to Launcelot

Leonardo, servant to Bassanio

Balthasar, Stephano, servants to Portia

Portia, a rich heiress

Nerissa, her waiting maid

Jessica, daughter to Shylock

Magnificoes of Venice, Officers of the Court of Justice, Gaoler, servants to Portia

Location: 1924 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78201

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The Last 5 Years
The Playhouse (Russell Hill Rogers and Cellar Theaters)
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Cellar Theater BY INVITATION ONLY
Production Dates: Cellar Theater January 23 – February 15, 2015 Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. Sundays at 3:00 p.m.

Book, Music, and Lyrics
by Jason Robert Brown

Directed by Christopher Berry

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Cellar Theater
*Online audition form must be completed to be considered for an audition invitation

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment to check in

Prepared Material Required
Actors should prepare no more than 32 bars of a song, preferably from The Last 5 Years

Please bring headshot, resume, and sheet music. Accompanist provided.

Click Here to Request an Audition Appointment

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Cellar Theater

Expect cold readings.

The Production
An intimate look into the birth and demise of a love...from both sides of the coin.

Characters Needed:

Catherine Hiatt: Female; 25-35 yrs old; Range: F3 - D#5; Character arcs from an ambitious, fresh-faced girl in a new relationship to a woman stunned by a betrayal and a divorce that she is only beginning to understand; Actor must be able to play mid to late 20’s

Jamie Wellerstein: Male; 25-35 yrs old; Range: A2 - Bb4; Character arcs from an ambitious guy with a dazzling career on a promising first date to someone who is blinded by success and ego. He is very lovable, yet makes unintentional choices that sabotage his own happiness.; *Actor must be able to play mid to late 20’s

Location: 800 W. Ashby Pl., San Pedro Park at Ashby, San Antonio, Texas, 78212

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Quit Trippin' It's the 80
Lackland Performing Arts Group

Quit Trippin': It's the '80sThe Sequel

Lackland Performing Arts Group 

Tracy Parmer will hold open auditions for Quit Trippin': It's the '80s the Sequel on October 1st, 3rd from 5pm to 7pm Randolph at the Kendrick Club

(must have base access) 

October 8th, 10th from 5pm to 7pm Fort Sam Bowling Alley conference room

(must have base access) 

October 17th from 5pm to 8pm Norris Conference Center 4522 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio TX 78201 (no base access needed)

October 23rd, 24th from 5pm to 8pm Lackland Arnold Hall Community Center

(must have base access for this one) 


No appointment necessary, but email is encouraged. Put "Quit Trippin'" in the subject line of the email to   Late arrivals will be seen at the discretion of the director. If you are auditioning for a singing roll please email for the song list.  Please bring a track on media device or CD for the audition. You will also do a cold read from the script.


About the show: Welcome to any Community Center in the downtown USA trying to keep kids in involved and keep their jobs is a hard thing to do the 90”s. After saving the Center and their jobs the next fight is to keep them. Times are changing and kids are changing too watch as the councilors try everything to keep their jobs. The counselors have to reach out to the kids in more ways than one. So get ready for a wild ride through music and drama as they try to save the Community Center and their jobs.


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Characters Needed:

Open available roles in Quit Trippin' It's '80's the s include:

Mr. Bookman/ 90’s kid

Ms. Gibson/ Adult

Keisha/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Anthony/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Rodney/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Phyllis/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Deanne/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Keith/ 80’s and 90’s kid

James Johnson/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Angie Moorehouse/ 80’s and 90’s kid

Porsha Wilson/ Adult/ 80’s kid

Kimberly Wright/ Adult

Mellissa Townsend/ Adult/ 80’s kid

Satara Jones/ Adult

3 Extra/ Understudies

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Open call for OneAct Scripts & Directors
Andrew Jacobi Jeter - AOF Director

We are holding an open call for One Act Scripts & Directors

Submission Deadline: Jan 1, 2015

The AOS was developed to provide a venue and a voice to writers.  Once the pieces are selected, if needed, local playwrights will have the opportunity to work with a dramaturge to hone their script before it goes into production, and they will have the opportunity observe rehearsal. The process culminates in two evenings of performances, when the writers get the opportunity to see their works come to life, local actors show their stuff on stage and the San Antonio community gets the opportunity to celebrate the work of their neighbors, friends and promising new theatre voices.

Our next AOS Performance is - May 8 & 9, 2015



Please put the name of your play and your name in the Subject box.

In the email please include:

  • Cover Letter, including your contact information
  • Play Genre and Synopsis
  • Cast breakdown
  • Script in word or PDF format
  • List of previous productions/publishing (do not include readings)
  • Any other pertinent information

SUGGESTIONS: These are one acts, not TV shows. The focus should be the writing and the acting, not set pieces or scene changes. Plays with extensive technical requirements will be considered, but those with fewer demands will receive stronger consideration. Keep in mind this is an Act Series, so show should be no longer than 30 minutes, the shorties being 5 minutes.




Please put Actone director and your name in the subject box.

In the email please include:

  • Cover Letter Explaining why you’d like to Direct, including your contact information
  • Resume  

PLEASE NOTE: Less experienced directors are welcomed and encouraged to apply, but may be asked to work with a more experienced, mentor director.

Director Candidates must be able to participate in the following-

Audition Dates: During March and April, 2015 – dates TBA  

Time: 6:30 pm - Please arrive 30 minutes early to set up.

Audition Location: TBA

Rehearsals: All rehearsals will begin in April, 2015 - May 1. Rehearsal location: TBA. 

We have Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs schedules, with 85 min sessions for each script: 6pm-7.30pm or 7.30pm-9pm. Schedules are assigned based on director & cast needs.

Tech Rehearsals: May 4th - 7th, 2015, between 6-9pm.  

Performance- May 8 & 9, 2015. 

***Please be aware that  no financial payment. Writers retain full rights and credit for all work produced. TRG also conducts table readings as a tool for writers to hear their work out loud and continue their artistic journey.

For More Information:

Email Andrew at:     

or call 210. 560.0481





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