SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD, The Stagecrafters, 02/14/2017

Theater: The Stagecrafters
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Theater Phone: (215) 247-8881

Start date of auditions: 02/14/2017

Open audition for SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD, by Ken Ludwig, in which … Shakespeare’s famed characters, Oberon and Puck, find themselves by mistake on the set of the real 1934 production of Max Reinhardt’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and join the cast as … themselves! Shakespeare’s characters, movie moguls, starlets, gossip columnists, and assorted hangers-on add up to a wacky and raucous fun-filled romp. Directed by Yaga Brady. TWO SESSIONS: Tue. Feb. 14th & Wed. Feb. 15th from 7:00 pm. In the theater auditorium at 8130 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia (Chestnut Hill) 19118. Needed: 8-11m, 3-4f ~ [3m – 40s/50s, Others – late 20s/30s; 1f – 40s/50s, Others – 20s/early 30s].

Production dates Jun. 9 – 25, 2017. No appointments. Auditioners are to sign in between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm – they will be called in the order they sign in. Callback(s) by invitation only. Auditioners are expected to be familiar with the play. Actors trying out for the characters of Oberon, Puck, Lysander / Dick Powell, and Hermia / Olivia should be prepared to present a classical romantic/comedic monolog (no longer than three(3) minutes!), preferably from Shakespeare; others will be asked to do selected readings from the script. All roles non-union. Actors will receive stipends at the end of the run.

Please bring hard copies of your resume and headshot to the audition. Also send same to For further information contact Casting or the director at the same e-mail address. Visit for directions to the theater.

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Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford

Patricia Bradford holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She has performed, directed and produced theatre throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Ms. Bradford is founder and Managing Artistic Director of Bare Stage Theatre. Leading STAGE Magazine has become a consuming passion - one which combines her many artistic skills, theatrical contacts and administrative abilities. She is thrilled to be carrying on the vision that was begun by Holley Webster over 30 years ago, and leading STAGE to new levels of success.

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