Auditions

The BroadHollow Theatre is casting the following roles for an upcoming production of Ragtime.
 
Coalhouse, Booker T. Washington, Harry Houdini, Father (Elmont run ONLY)  and three additional African American actors for multiple roles.
The performances are June 24 to July 7 in East Islip and August 5 to August 20 in Elmont with rehearsals beginning in early May.  Interested parties should forward a resume and headshot to Marian Waller at bhtgroupsales@aol.com.

BroadHollow Theatre Company is holding auditions for Kiss Me Kate on Sunday, April 23 at 6:00 PM. The auditions will be held at BayWay Arts Centre.

The show runs Oct 7 – 22 (BayWay) and Oct 28-Nov 12 (Elmont).

Director: Matt Stashin
Musical Director: Elizabeth DeGennaro
Choreographer: Tommie Gibbons

The role of Kate/Lilli is cast. All other roles open.

Seeking:
Fred Graham - Baritone, commanding presence. He is actor, director and producer of the play within the play The Shrew and plays Petruchio. Extremely confident in his own abilities

Lois Lane—20-30 strong mezzo belter. She is an actress, the quintessential airhead ingénue but with lots of charisma and charm. She also plays Bianca in The Shrew.

Bill Calhoun—20-30, strong tenor or baritenor. He is a ne’er-do-well actor who has a bit of a gambling problem. Is a Broadway hoofer, so he should move well. He also plays Lucentio in The Shrew.

Hattie—Mezzo Soprano. Lilli’s dresser.

Paul—Tenor or Baritenor. Fred’s dresser

First Man (Gangster)— Comic baritone or tenor. He is the archetypical gangster complete with accent. Does some soft shoe in “Brush Up Your Shakespeare” so should move well.

Second Man (Gangster)—Qualities the same as the First Man, but a bit more reserved and dryer of wit.

Harrison Howell—50+, does not sing. Dignified gentleman from Georgia, very political,. He is a little stuffy and kind of a hick and can have a bit of a Southern accent.

Harry Trevor—He is an actor who appears mostly in The Shrew as Katherine and Bianca’s father, Baptista.

Ralph—Stage manager of the show-within-a-show

Gremio and Hortensio—tenor or baritenor. Actors who appear in The Shrew.

Ensemble—Actors, stage crew, wardrobe, etc, who sing in the ensemble throughout, both in modern day and in The Shrew.