Old Academy Players welcomes new talent! Please note that we are a non-profit community theater and that all roles are performed on a volunteer basis. Please check this site for audition information which appears throughout the season. If you are auditioning for a show, please complete our Audition Form in advance of the audition.
Lips Together, Teeth Apart by Terrence McNally
DATE: Saturday, December 1, 2018
LOCATION: Old Academy Players Theatre, Club Room
DIRECTOR: Rob Rosiello (The Children’s Hour, A Song I Forgot to Sing, The Laramie Project, Suddenly Last Summer)
CALLBACKS: (If needed) Monday, December 3, 2018 7pm
Please email a request for an audition time to: RobRosielloJr@gmail.com
In subject line please put: AUDITION REQUEST
A side will be sent to you to prepare for the audition.
Show dates: Friday, March 8 – Sunday, March 24
July 4th Weekend, 1991.
Fire Island, off the coast of Long Island, NY
Two couples retreat to Fire Island for an explosive July 4th weekend, fueled by unspoken fears, festering resentments and forbidden longings. Despite the tension and heat, no one will go into the house’s immaculate pool nor confront the truth surrounding the life and untimely death of its previous owner.
CAST: 2 Married Couples; 2 Men, 2 Women- 30s/40s
Sally Truman: Sally’s brother, David, has left her his Fire Island Beach House; a frustrated weekend artist, she is married to-
Sam Truman: Sally’s husband; owns a construction company; his sister is-
Chloe Truman Haddock: Sam’s relentlessly perky sister; always changing clothes and singing show tunes; she is married to-
John Haddock: Chloe’s husband; he is the head of an all boys’ prep school
Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon
Audition Date & Time:
Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 11:00am
Old Academy Players
3544 Indian Queen Lane
Philadelphia PA 19129
Director is seeking 4 adults for the roles listed below. Please prepare 16 to 32 bars of a musical theater song that demonstrates excellent acting abilities. Those auditioning must have sheet music the correct key with starting and ending points clearly marked for the provided accompanist. There will not be cold readings, as all dialogue is contained within the songs
Fridays and Saturdays, April 26th and 27th, and May 3rd, 4th, 10th, and 11th at 8:00pm
Sundays, May 5th and 12th at 2pm
*Additional performances may be added
Brief Synopsis of Show
Audiences join Claire, Jason, Deb and Warren as they search a post 9/11 New York City for love, happiness and meaning in life. Through poignant music we learn that one person can change everything, even in a city of 8 million.
Claire — Female, Soprano, Mid-30’s to Early 40’s: The decision to share an apartment with her boyfriend, Jason, is the catalyst for Claire to face her past.
Jason — Male, Tenor, Mid-30s to Early 40’s: Jason is the boyfriend of Claire. A romantic at heart.
Deb — Female, Mezzo, Mid-20s: Deb is a cynical and defensive grad student who is struggling
to find focus in her life.
Warren — Male, Tenor, Mid-20s: Warren is cheerful and optimistic in his search for connection.
* Contact Information
Annie Hnatko MusicialsAtOldAcademy@gmail.com