RAPA & The Rochester Latino Theatre Company
(The team that brought IN THE HEIGHTS to Rochester)
now present auditions for
WEST SIDE STORY
Thursday, August 21st at 6PM & Sunday, August 24th at 6PM
At Kodak Center for Performing Arts (200 West Ridge Rd. Formerly Theatre on the Ridge)
*Pick one day to audition*
Please prepare a 32-bar cut in the style of West Side Story & come prepared to dance.
Contact us for private auditions for Doc, Officer Krupke, & Detective Schrank
Kodak Center Actor Policy:
• College actors, who are cast, will be paid a stipend
• Adult actors (23 & up), who are cast, will be paid by performance
• High School actors, who are cast, will not be paid
Rehearsals begin late September at RAPA (727 E. Main Street)
Performances for West Side Story are late November at The Kodak Center for Performing Arts
*If you are unable to make an audition date, please contact us to set something up prior to August 20th*
585-325-3366 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by OFC Creations
GRRC Presents Auditions for
A Murder Is Announced
by Agatha Christie.
Audition: Sunday September 28 2-5 pm; Monday Sept 29 6-9 pm
GRRC is proud to announce that Dr. Allan O’Grady Cuseo has agreed to direct another Agatha Christie mystery. Dr. Cuseo is known as an Agatha Christie expert, having directed almost the entire body of her work. Performances will be at RAPA’s East End Theatre November 14-22 2014. Rehearsals begin in October weekend days and Monday/Tuesday evenings.
A murder is announced in the newspaper Gazette in the dizzy town of Chipping Cleghorn. Someone must be putting an invitation for a game in the paper. Naturally, a murderer would not place an ad in the paper announcing their murder, right? However dangerous as it might be, it sparks the interest of the people in town. With a specific date and time announced in the paper, the neighbors arrive at the home of Miss Blacklock (“Little Paddocks”). At 6:30, the lights cut out. After gunshots ring out, the people at Little Paddocks quickly realize that announcement was NOT a game. When the lights come on, Miss Blacklock has an ear grazed by a bullet, and an unknown man lays breathless on the floor with a gun next to him.
A full on investigation takes place. The detectives must consider everybody a possible suspect. Who is the man dead on the floor? Did anyone know him? Was he trying to shoot at anyone in particular? Did he die from a suicide or an accident? Did anyone have anything worth killing for? Is everybody what they seem?
Some roles have been cast from the GRRC Repertory Company. Open roles include:
Julia Simmons 20-30’s (brother and sister)
Patrick Simmons 20-30’s (brother and sister)
Mitzi (the Maid) any age – must do an accent
Miss Marple 50-80’s
Phillipa Haynes 30-40’s sophisticated
Inspector Craddock 40-70’s
Sergeant Mellors 20-40’s