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Crimes of the Heart

 

– Equity Principal Auditions in Souderton, PA

Montgomery Theater      Souderton, PA       SPT contract (Tier 4) $392 week/minimum

 

By Beth Henley

Director: Kristin Heckler

 

Rehearsal schedule: January 7 thru January 29, 2020. Runs: January 30 thru February 23, 2020

Rehearsals: Tuesdays thru Fridays 11am to 5pm, Sundays 4pm to 10pm

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

 

There are 2 Thursday Matinees on February 6 and February 13 @3pm.

There is one Wednesday performance on February 19 @ 7pm

 

Equity Principal Auditions:

Monday, October 7, 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 Artistic Director, Tom Quinn along with Kristin Heckler, the Director.

 

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together, even if you have sent one.  Prepare a brief dramatic (contemporary) monologue done with a Mississippi accent.  Please email if you know you are coming.

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

 

Lenny Magrath: 30.  The oldest of 3 sisters. Round figure and face. Has a certain level of command.

 

Chick Boyle: 29. The sisters’ first cousin.  Busy body type.  Tends to show off.

 

Meg Magrath: 27.  Middle sister. Sad but magical eyes. Wannabe professional singer.

 

Doc Porter: 30. Meg’s old boyfriend.  Attractively worn man. Has a limp and appears older than he is.

 

Babe Botrelle: 24. Youngest sister.  Angelic face with fierce volatile eyes.  Intense.

 

Barnette Lloyd: 26.  Babe’s lawyer. Intelligent with fanatical intensity that he subdues by sheer will.

 

MONTGOMERY THEATER, TOO

 AUDITIONS for YOUNG ACTORS

 

Blithe Spirit

by Noel Coward

Saturday August 13th at 1pm

“Fussy, cantankerous novelist Charles Condomine has re-married but is haunted (literally) by the ghost of his

first wife, the clever and insistent Elvira, who is called up by a visiting “happy medium,” one Madame Arcati.

As personalities clash, humor ensues, and Charles is confronted with new spirits to contend with.”

Auditions will consist of a 1-2 minute prepared comic monologue followed by selected cold

readings from the script. Please bring headshot (or recent photo), resume, and ALL KNOWN

 

COMMITMENTS for the months of September and October.

-Rehearsals TBD 3 weeknights each week from September 6th - October 7th

-Mandatory Tech week October 10 - 13

-Performances October 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23

Young actors ages 12-18 will be considered for all 7 roles:

Charles - An intelligent and urbane English novelist.

Ruth - A smart woman and the current wife of Charles. She is a bit jealous of his

relationship with his first wife.

Elvira - The ghost of Charles’ deceased first wife. In life she was his muse and has returned

with a specific goal in mind.

Madame Arcati - A spiritualist, Madame Arcati is a striking woman who is not too

extravagant but with a definite bias toward the barbaric.

Dr. Bradman - A pleasant man and friend of the Condomines.

Mrs. Bradman - Dr. Bradman’s wife, practical and kind, ready to support her husband.

Edith - The Condomines’ maid, always in a hurry.

 

No appointments necessary, auditions held on the Project Stage, masks required to enter

the building, proof of vaccination required to be cast, video submissions accepted.

Inquiries can be sent to Director Adam Danoff at adam@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