- Auditions posted on AtlantaPerforms.BIZ Copyright law prohibits unauthorized reproduction of any kind without the permission of the owner. en-us Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:58:59 -0700 Copyright 2006 Atlanta Coalition of Performing Arts 30 A Christmas Carol the Broadway Musical Category: Musical Theatre

Seeking the following roles for immediate casting in
A Christmas Carol the Broadway Musical (Alan Menken & Lynn Ahrens)

MRS. CRATCHIT - Tiny Tim’s mother and Mr. Cratchit’s wife. She is a loving mother who tries to provide the best for her children with what she’s got. Doubles as SCROOGE'S MOM( Female, to play 30-40 yrs old - Range: A3 - E5 )

FRED - Scrooge’s nephew and only living relative. He is a pleasant young man who believes in the good a joyful Christmas spirit can make in the world. (Male, 25-35 yrs old - Range: A3 - F5)

YOUNG MARLEY – Ebeneezer’s young friend and co-worker. (Bari-tenor, Age Range 18-30)

3 CHARITY MEN: Will Double as other roles (male, 20s-60s - D3 - F4, TTB)

Rehearsals take place Mon, Tue, & Thurs from 7-10pm and 2 additional Saturday rehearsals.

Performance dates Dec 8-24 at Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. Non-Union, Non-paid.

Please submit a 30 second audition video or musical theatre reel, along with headshot & resume if available to:
SUBJECT LINE: ACC17 Submission [Title of Role You are Auditioning for]
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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