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General Auditions

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"Imaginary"

 

Friday, July 26 at 6:00pm            -and-                Saturday, July 27 at 12pm

at the Montgomery Theater

 

Kids may forget about their imaginary creatures – but their imaginary creatures never forget them. In this silly yet heartfelt show, a ragtag group of forgotten imaginary creatures band together to reawaken the imaginations and help out their beloved kids. A world premiere presentation, written by Bill D'Agostino and directed by Adam Danoff.

 

Young actors, ages 11 and up, will be considered for all roles.   Non-union professionals considered for one stipend contract (age 21+).

AUDITIONS FOR MONTGOMERY THEATER'S PRODUCTION OF BUYER AND CELLAR

 

Nuncrackers, The Nunsense Christmas Musical

-Equity Principal Auditions in Souderton, PA

Montgomery Theater      Souderton, PA       SPT contract (Tier 4) $381 week/minimum

 

By Dan Goggin

Director: Tom Quinn

Choreographer:  Stephen Casey

 

Rehearsal schedule: October 21 thru November 13. Runs: November 14 thru December 8, 2019

Rehearsals: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 11am to 5pm, Sunday 4pm to 10pm

Performances: Thursdays @ 7:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays @ 8pm, Sundays @ 3pm

 

There are 2 Thursday Matinees: November 21 and December 5 @3pm.

No Thanksgiving Day performance

 

Equity Principal Auditions:

Monday, September 16, 2019                                                    Montgomery Theater

11am – 3pm                                                                            124 Main Street, P.O. Box 64033

                                                                                                Souderton, PA 18964

 

Please email Artistic Director Tom Quinn if you expect to attend.  NO appointments.  This is a first come, first serve basis. tq@montgomerytheater.org.

Or call at 215-206-8452

 

The auditions will be monitored by the Director, Tom Quinn, Stephen Casey (Choreographer) and John Lehr Opfar (Musical Director).

 

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together, even if you have sent one.  Prepare a brief comedic (contemporary) monologue and a prepared song (16 bars, bring sheet music). Please email if you know you are coming.

 

The following 6 parts will be considered for 3 principle AEA contracts:

 

Sister Mary Regina — (Reverend Mother) is the Mother Superior of the Little Sisters of Hoboken. She tries to be strict and keep order, but things often get out of her control. She grew up in a circus family, and her “showbiz” background and sense of humor always shine through her attempt at creating a tough exterior.

Sister Mary Hubert – is the Mistress of Novices. She is second in command to Mother Superior. She wanted to be a nun all her life and at times finds it difficult to deal with problems she firmly believes are created by Mother Superior’s ineptness. She is very practical. She and Mother Superior have a healthy and humorous rivalry.

Sister Robert Anne — also voice of the puppet nun, Sister Mary Annette – is a
streetwise nun from Brooklyn, New York. She is one tough cookie but has a heart and soul of gold. The students love her because she “speaks their language.” She feels she has real theatrical potential and is constantly frustrated by Reverend Mother’s refusal to let her “star” in the show

Sister Mary Paul — (also known as Amnesia) was hit on the head with a crucifix and for a long period didn’t remember who she was. Now, everyone knows she is Sister Mary Paul, a country singer who jump-started her recording career as the first nun to appear at the Grand Ole Opry. Even though she has her memory back, she always seems to be a “little vacant” but innocently endearing.

Sister Mary Leo — (optional role), a novice in the first three shows, now has her black veil. She is very excited to be in the Christmas show because Reverend Mother has allowed her to dance in the Nutcracker Ballet. Sister Leo has dedicated her life to becoming the first famous nun ballerina.

Father Virgil Manly Trott - is Sister Mary Leo’s “real-life” brother. He is a Franciscan Father of Fort Wayne and grew up in the Mississippi Delta where he and his sister were part of the Trott Family Singers. He now has his own radio show, and the sisters invited him to participate in the Christmas program because they knew he could give them pointers on presenting a good show.

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Non-Equity Children

Mount Saint Helen’s Students are cast with two boys and two girls ranging in age from approximately 8-14 depending on talent and ability to handle the material.

Auditions

Montgomery Theater, Too

Imaginary

 

 

Auditions

 

Friday, July 26 at 6:00pm -and- Saturday, July 27 at 12pm

at the Montgomery Theater

 

Kids may forget about their imaginary creatures – but their imaginary creatures never forget them. In this silly yet heartfelt show, a ragtag group of forgotten imaginary creatures band together to reawaken the imaginations and help out their beloved kids. A world premiere presentation, written by Bill D'Agostino and directed by Adam Danoff.

 

Young actors, ages 11 and up, will be considered for all roles.   Non-union professionals considered for one stipend contract (age 21+).

Please prepare a 1 to 2 minute monologue, and be prepared to cold read sides.  Bring headshot (photo), resumé, and all known commitments for the months of September and October.  No appointments necessary.  Auditions held on the Project Stage.

Rehearsals TBA beginning in September with mandatory tech week Oct 14-17 and performances:

Oct 18 @ 7pm

Oct 19 @ 6:30pm

Oct 20 @ 4pm

Oct 24 @ 7pm

Oct 25 @ 7pm

Oct 26 @ 6:30pm

Oct 27 @ 4pm and 6:30pm

Inquiries can be sent to Tom Quinn at tq@montgomerytheater.org

Let’s work together to increase the traffic through your doors and the visits to your website. Your half-page ad could even announce a post-show special, or it could be a coupon redeemable for a special discount, a free estimate, or a unique discount code for use online.

Email your artwork today to allegra@montgomerytheater.org or call 215-723-9984 ext. 11 with your ideas. We’ll get you on your way to a very rewarding marketing campaign!

Place your ad for multiple shows—big savings for multiple productions!

Ad Submission

  • Email ad layout to Allegra at allegra@montgomerytheater.org
  • Must be a JPG format or comparable. We can also scan documents such as business cards.
  • All ads will be printed in black & white

Montgomery Theater Playbill

Spread the Word

Advertising

  QUARTER PAGE
3.5 x 2"
HALF PAGE
5 x 3.75"
FULL PAGE
5 x 8"
NUMBER OF
PRODUCTIONS
PRICING PER PRODUCTION
1 $150 $275  $500 
2 $142 $261 $475
3 $135 $248 $450
4 $127 $234 $425
5 $120 $220 $400

Playbill advertising provides exceptional value for your advertising dollar. Your ad is placed in front of a captive audience and promotes your business in a professional manner. Your affiliation with the finest regional theater in the area will become a real source of pride for you and your employees.

Did you know:

  • A one-production Main Stage playbill ad runs for 16 performances and can be seen by nearly 2,000 patrons? Imagine multiplying that impact with a five-production (full season) playbill ad!
  • By advertising in our playbills, you are aligning yourself with a valuable and respected community resource, getting your message out while indicating to potential patrons that you are a business committed to the local community!
  • Advertising in our Montgomery Theater, Too playbills gives you the option to target your message to families with children!

Please call Allegra at (215) 723-9984 x11 for more information, availability, and pricing.

Need a place to hold a meeting, event, party?

Rent the Theater!

The Project Stage ​can be used for small, non-theatrical performances, meetings or parties. The fixed seating capacity is 77 , with room for up to 95 for a cocktail party.

The Main Stage ​has fixed seating for up to 122, and can be used for non-theatrical performances, meetings and presentations. Included in a Main Stage rental is use of the lobby and the Box Office area. Renters must provide their own sound equipment.

The Rehearsal Hall​, located upstairs from the Main Stage, can accommodate up to 70 people for a cocktail party event without seating. It can accommodate up to 50 people for a seated meeting or event. Included is use of a small kitchen with a refrigerator and a small stove. The Rehearsal Hall is not handicap accessible