- Auditions posted on AtlantaPerforms.BIZ Copyright law prohibits unauthorized reproduction of any kind without the permission of the owner. en-us Fri, 18 Aug 2017 05:36:10 -0700 Copyright 2006 Atlanta Coalition of Performing Arts 30 Once On This Island Category: Musical Theatre

Auditions for Once On This Island at Performers Warehouse Productions. Please sing 16-32 bars of a song that best represents your voice and the style of the show.

Vocal auditions Friday, August 18 from 6-10pm
Callback auditions Saturday, August 19 from 10-3pm

With its poignant story and catchy Caribbean-flavored score, Once on This Island JR. is a highly original theatrical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s popular fairy tale, The Little Mermaid.Through almost non-stop song and dance, this full-hearted musical tells the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues and falls in love with Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. When Daniel is returned to his people, the fantastical gods who rule the island guide Ti Moune on a quest that will test the strength of her love against the powerful forces of prejudice, hatred and even death.

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Much Ado About Nothing Category: Theatre

Theatre Arts Guild announces open auditions for William Shakespeare’s comedy MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING directed by Lindsay Bytof

Auditions will be held Monday, August 28 with appointments beginning at 6:30 p.m.
(with callbacks on Tuesday evening, August 29)
Cole Auditorium, Fine Arts Building
Perimeter College at Georgia State University, Clarkston Campus
3773 Memorial College Ave., Clarkston 30021

16 roles for men and women who can play ages 18 - 60
Many roles traditionally played by male actors will be open to female actors.
Casting for this production is open to anyone regardless of race, ethnic origin, ability, sexual orientation or gender identification.

For the audition:
Please be familiar with the play!
Prepare a 1-minute comic monologue in verse.
You may be asked to do cold readings from the script.
A headshot and resume are helpful, but not required.

“Much Ado About Nothing” is one of William Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies. It continues to charm modern audiences with its wit, humor, and social commentary on loyalty, love, gender roles, and power.

This production will use Shakespeare\'s original, classic language, but will be set in 1980’s Wall Street, New York City, where the town of Messina becomes Messina, Inc.

Inspired by the workplace films of the era like “Working Girl,” “Wall Street,” “9 to 5,” “Baby Boom,” and as the 1980s were responsible for a seismic shift for women in the workplace, setting the play in this period underscores Shakespeare’s existing themes in the play text for a fresh, exciting, and modern production of “Much Ado About Nothing”.

Performances will be held Oct. 20 - 22 & 27 - 29, 2017 at the Clarkston Campus
Rehearsals will begin after Labor Day and run Sun. - Thurs. Details at auditions

For an audition appointment:
Email: or call 678-891-3562

Please do not attach headshots/resumes to email.
This is a college/community theatre production.
There is no pay available for actors
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Dickens Christmas Carol Category: Actors

ACT1 Theater announces auditions for our holiday production:
Dickens Christmas Carol: A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts
Auditions: Monday, August 21st starting at 7:00 pm or Tuesday, August 22nd starting at 7:00 pm, audition slots by appointment only:

Callback auditions will be on Thursday, August 24th at 7:00 pm.
We’ll have you sign in and fill out an audition form to tell us about yourself. Don’t worry if you’ve never done this before – experience is not required. If you have a headshot, bring it along. If not, we’ll take a picture to help us remember who’s who after you’re gone. If an auditioner is under the age of 18, they must have a parent present and have that parent sign minor participation forms.
We also understand that rehearsals may overlap with the end of current productions for some actors. We ask that you provide us with details of conflicts and impacts at your audition.
Everyone auditioning will check in and report to one room, and fill out forms – though we suggest that you fill in those forms in advance. You will be called in appointment order to perform a one-minute prepared comedic monologue and cold reading for the Director and Stage Manager in a separate room. If you are called back for the Thursday callbacks, you’ll be asked to read scenes from the play with other auditioners. The Director and Stage Manager will run the auditions. We’re all friendly and promise that it won’t be intimidating! You may be asked to read a part that you’re obviously not suited for, or that you have no interest in. It doesn’t mean you’re being considered for that part but rather helps us gauge your flexibility and range.
No parts are pre-cast, and everyone who gets a part will have auditioned at one of the 2 originally scheduled times, unless special arrangements are made in advance.
If invited back for the callbacks on August 24th, 2 PM – 5 PM, you will be reading with other actors from the script.

From the author of the popular Faith County and An Evening of Culture - Faith County II comes a completely different adaptation of the holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. From the bonny shores of England comes the Styckes-Upon-Thump Repertory Theatre Company, a stuffy old travelling troupe embarking on their fifteenth annual farewell tour of the Dickens\' tale. The company includes Sir Selsdon Piddock, the consummate actor, in the role of Ebenezer Scrooge, with Mrs. Bettina Salisbury, Dame Rowena Middleton-Lewis, Mrs. Cordelia ffoliet-ffolkes ffortescue Woods, Teddy Shub and Elyot Crummels in multiple supporting roles. Sweet Cynthia Imbry, the general understudy, suddenly finds herself thrust onstage to perform a role she\'s ill-prepared for! Bettina, the company diva, pretends to be ill, certain the production will be cancelled. However, much to her shock and rage, the show does go on without her! Roles are shuffled at the last minute and poor Cynthia finds herself center stage. The play begins but mid-way through the theatre doors open and in rushes Bettina, determined to reclaim her roles. Mayhem ensues as this professional company scrambles to keep the show going and everything that could possibly go wrong does, to hilarious, ridiculous results!

Cast: Four males, three females, plus potential additional on-stage stagehands, number to be determined.
Rehearsal Schedule:
Our schedule calls for 3 rehearsals a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays 7 - 10 PM and Sundays 2-5 PM, followed by 3 weekends of performances. We will do a meet and greet and read-thru on Saturday, August 26th 2 – 5 PM. Our first rehearsal is scheduled for Tuesday, September 12th at 7 PM; you will be expected to be off-book at that rehearsal with all your lines memorized.

Performance Schedule:
Currently, there are plans for 9 performances of this show: Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm-- December 1st December 17th.

Dickens Christmas Carol Staff
Jonathan Goff will direct this show
Robyn Guy will stage manage this show

Link for audition signups:

For any other questions, please call Artistic Director Marshall Smith, 678-641-1113 or email at
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Madeline\'s Christmas 2017 Category: Children & Youth

Announcing auditions for Horizon Theatre/Atlanta Children’s Theatre co-production of Madeline’s Christmas 2017!

Audition appointment requests must be made through the online request form at

Atlanta Children’s Theatre is collaborating with Horizon Theatre once again to present the 10th Anniversary Production of Madeline’s Christmas! We’re casting roles for 24 young ladies. This is an exciting opportunity for selected young actors to work with professional adult actors at one of Atlanta’s premiere professional theaters. We are committed to producing the highest quality professional production as possible. It’s important for both child actors and their families to understand they are committing to a professional creative process, including preparing for and attending all rehearsals. Parents will have an opportunity to review the rehearsal schedule and disclose conflicts prior to casting.

Saturday August 19, 2017 • 10am-5pm
Sunday August 20, 2017 • 12pm-7pm

Saturday August 26, 2017 • 10am-4pm
September 30 – December 1
Typically Evenings & Weekends. We do rehearse the Saturday and Sunday following Thanksgiving.
More information given at auditions
December 2 – 31, 2017. Each child actor will perform half of the shows. Last year, each cast performed 20 or 21 shows out of 41 total. There are shows every day during Christmas week except for the 25th.
Girls, ages 8+ years old, maximum height of 60”, must sing. Auditioners need to prepare an upbeat 1-2 minute song from a musical, as well as a brief memorized monologue or story. Please be sure to bring an accompaniment CD or MP3 from a phone or other electronic device (no lead vocals). We will provide a CD player and laptop/auxiliary cord for MP3s. Please provide two 8×10 headshots or other photographs. A short monologue is preferred.
For helpful audition tips, click here!

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Call for Submissions Category: Theatre

Onion Man Productions is accepting submission for its 2018 Summer Harvest collection of 10-minute plays. The shows will be staged at Onion Man’s theatre space in Chamblee, GA in June of 2018. The deadline for submissions is October 31st, 2017. Below are the submission guidelines:
Maximum of 2 plays per playwright
It should be a 10 minute play
Must be an original work with no prior production

Submissions are open to any writer although Georgia and southeastern playwrights will receive preference

All submitted plays must be written to the following set requirements:
The set is a street corner.
The street names are Magnolia and Pine.
The action of the play should take place on the
street corner up to the curb.
On stage will be a street sign post and a bench.
Behind the action will be flats posing as generic
buildings on the street. There will be one
doorway into a building. No other set elements are
planned at this time.

Some suggestions for a submitted play:
Smaller casts (prefer 2-3, 4-5 max), simple staging, strong choices (bold is good), address the question of “why this day?” What is unique about the day the play takes place? Also, the characters need to impact on each other in such a way that will require change (or possibility of change).

Plays should be submitted in a PDF format without name or contact information for the writer on the script. Please place the writer’s name and contact information in the text of the email or on a separate cover page. Scripts should be emailed to]]> Wed, 02 Aug 2017 00:00:00 -0700
Open Auditions: A Little Room At The Inn Category: Theatre

“A Little Room at the Inn” by Henry W. Kimmel
Directed by: Julie Skrzypek
Onion Man Productions

Audition Date:
Sunday, August 20th at 7:00 pm

Onion Man Productions
5522 New Peachtree RD
Suite #111 (Plaza del Sol)
Chamblee, GA 30341

Performance Dates:
November 30th
December 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10
*Actors must be available for all performances

Non-equity; small stipend

For the audition, please prepare a short, one-minute monologue. Please bring two copies of your acting resume and two copies of a recent photo.

Please sign up for an audition slot on Sunday, August 20th using the link below:

Synopsis and Character Breakdown:

“A Little Room at the Inn” is a lighthearted Christmas play for adults.

Bill Grenawalt has reached the top of the corporate ladder by being protective of his reputation as a solitary leader.  This regard is tested when Bill, who is nearing retirement, and his much younger protégé, Julie Shaffer get caught in an unexpected snowstorm two days before Christmas.  Desperate for shelter, Bill and Julie find refuge in the last room available at the Wake Robin Inn, a roadside motel that operates by its own set of standards. 

*We are casting four actors, for five roles.

BILL GRENAWALT: Bill is approaching retirement. He is the CEO of a major company that has several division of home products. He is a hard worker, conscientious. Conservative, and distant. In many respects, his life has reached a standstill, but he is ready for one last effort to re-take dominion over the world.

JULIE SHAFFER: Julie is a younger executive. On the rise. A true business prodigy. Confident beyond her years, with still a touch of youthful vulnerability. Ambitious, independent, and attractive. Forward thinking. Pragmatic. Problem solver. Doesn’t defer to cultural norms, but isn’t quite as free as she’d like to be. Her father was Mr. Grenawalt's mentor.

THE DESK CLERK aka DEACON SIMON: He is young. This is his first job. Today he is the only employee at the Wake Robin Inn who could get to work during a driving snow storm. Self-gratifying, he is eager to get good customer reviews and earn a promotion. Aims to give people what they want – or at least what he perceives they want.

THE TRUCK MAN aka MR. TRUETT: Grizzled. Spends the life on the road with his wife. Self-righteous and unafraid to impose his self-righteousness on others. A vigilante for human decency. Prurient. Dogmatic. Committed to the overthrow of any worldly entitlement, except as it applies to him.

FAITH GRENAWALT, the WIFE OF BILL GRENAWALT: Played by the same actor as the truck driver…It will be clear to the audience (but not necessarily to the characters) that Bill’s wife is the same actor as the Truck Driver. Her name is Faith, and she is peeved. Looks for acknowledgement and companionship.

For more information about Onion Man Productions, please visit us online at
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Nick Tickle, your favorite Fairy Tale Detective takes on 3 mysteries: Can he rescue the children’s library, find the missing glass slipper, and get to the bottom of a terrible accident and save his own skin? Join Onion Man Productions as we help Nick with his adventures to solve these mysteries!

Our youth program begins Saturday, September 9th and runs through Saturday, November 4th. Weekly Rehearsals: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm on Saturdays. Shows will be on: Saturday, November 11th (11am and 1pm); Saturday, November 18th (11am and 1pm); Sunday, November 19th at 3pm.

This program will teach kids how to create multiple characters, including improv. But most of all, it will be a whole lot of fun! At the end of our journey we will have a full show to present on our mainstage.

Space is limited so register now. Cost is $75.00. Auditions will be a part of the first rehearsal, but all registered youth will be a part of the show.

This program is designed for youth grades 6 through 12.

We look forward to seeing you for The Amazing Nick Tickle, Fairy Tale Detective by Steph DeFerie!


Onion Man Productions
5522 New Peachtree Road #111
Chamblee, GA 30341

Abra Thurmond, Youth Artistic Director
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Laughter on the 23rd Floor by Neil Simon Category: Theatre

Laughter on the 23rd Floor
By Neil Simon
Lionheart Theatre Company
Directed by Jeremy King

Saturday, August 19th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, August 20th at 2:00 pm

Lionheart Theatre
10 College Street
Norcross, GA 30071

Performance dates:
November 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19

Non-equity; non-paying

Audition will consist of cold readings from the script. Appointments are not necessary. Please bring a recent photo; a professional headshot is not required. Also, be prepared to list ALL CONFLICTS between August 29th (including weekends) and the dates of the show.

The read through will be Tuesday, August 29th at 7:00 pm.
Rehearsals will begin September 5th.

Show description: Inspired by Simon’s early experience as a junior writer for “Your Show of Shows”, the play focuses on Sid Caesar-like Max Prince—the star of a weekly comedy/variety show circa 1953 and his writing staff. Max has an ongoing battle with NBC executives who fear his humor is too sophisticated for Middle America. The play also reflects on political and social climates of the time such as the rise of Joseph McCarthy, censorship, and attitudes towards women. Seen through the eyes of Simon’s alter-ego Lucas Brickman, this is a laugh-a-minute comedy with characters loosely based on real life counterparts.

Lucas Brickman is Neil Simon’s alter-ego and serves as the narrator of the play. A junior writer in the mid-20’s, he is at the start of his writing career and working to make a name for himself while experiencing the competition of the comedy writing world.

Milt Fields is a writer in the group. Aged 30’s-40’s. He considers himself the least talented of the group, although he is probably the wittiest of them. When it comes to humor, he values quantity over quality.

Max Prince is the host of the Max Prince Show at NBC. He is described as someone who is just “funny” without trying. He is like a general in the writing room. He exudes great strength, coming more from his anger than his physique. He is often monosyllabic—using a word or two to convey his thoughts. Although intimidating, there is a part of Max that genuinely and deeply cares about his staff.

Val Skolsky is the senior writer in charge of the group. Originally from Russia, he immigrated to the United States as a young boy, but never managed to shake his thick accent. He is easily the most politically aware of the writers.

Brian Doyle is the only ‘gentile’ writer of the group. He is Irish, in his 20’s-early 30’s, and a heavy smoker, cougher, and drinker. He has a biting sense of humor as caustic as his outlook on life.

Kenny Franks is easily the most sophisticated of the writers group. Now in late 20s-early 30’s, he is described as the “boy genius” who was writing jokes professionally when he was only fourteen.

Carol Wyman is the only woman writer in the group. She is late 20’s-early 30’s. Being the only woman, she has a strong and quick defense system to her personality. She is very mindful of the fact she is the only female writer, but is determined to be viewed as an equal among her peers when it comes to writing comedy.

Ira Stone is a hypochondriac. He is all energy with a touch of brilliant madness. He may be the most talented of the group, but is also the most frustrating to the rest. He is extremely self-centered, and possesses the ability to command the attention in a room the moment he enters.

Helen is the attractive young secretary (young-mid 20’s.) Eager to please and help the writers. She has writing aspirations herself, but has a lot to learn about the basics of humor.

If you have any questions please email Jeremy King at]]> Mon, 19 Jun 2017 00:00:00 -0700