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MILFORD. New, original musicals are featured in Pantochino Productions Inc.’s Summer Theatre Camps to take place at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Milford for four one-week sessions this summer.

The Milford Arts Council, in association with award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, offers this acclaimed program for a sixth summer. It’s popularity comes from a unique format and it’s unmatched commitment to bring new, 100% original musicals to young actors and audiences.

Featured this summer is Elise Primavera’s best-selling book… Continue reading

Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc., a professional not-for-profit theatre company in Milford is currently seeking a female actor for it’s new musical, “Noni Cimino’s Kitchen.” Rehearsals evenings/Sunday afternoons April 2-20. Performs weekends April 21-May 7 (8 performances) Seeking: Aunt Lori (40’s/50’s) feisty, loud and full of chutzpah. Lori is the Jewish ‘girl’ who married into a big Italian family. Interested actors should email producer Bert Bernardi at pantochino@gmail.com. Include resume and photo if possible.

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Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, Milford’s only professional not-for-profit theatre company for family audiences is currently registering young actors for its upcoming April Vacation Theatre Camp to be held at their studio space in the former Saint Ann School from April 10 through 14th.

The April Vacation Theatre Camp is a one-of-a-kind experience for young actors age 8 to 13. In just five days, participants will learn, rehearse and perform an original musical. This year’s production will be “Punk Skunks,” based… Continue reading

Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, a professional not-for-profit theatre company for family audiences in Milford is current accepting submissions for it’s new musical, “Noni Cimino’s Kitchen.” The musical recounts the events of an Italian-American family in the 1970’s. Seeking: Noni Cimino (age range 50’s-70’s), a big-hearted, sharp-witted Italian grandmother who speaks broken english. Italian speaking actor a plus! Non-singers encouraged to submit. Aunt Lori (age range 30’s-40’s), Noni’s daughter-in-law, a spit-fire jewish gal who married into the family. Evening/Weekend rehearsals begin… Continue reading

Pantochino Productions Inc., in association with the Milford Arts Council has announced registration for it’s 2017 Summer Theatre Camp season. This year’s program features four one-week sessions for ages eight to thirteen and a summer edition of Pantochino’s Teen Theatre program.

Now in it’s sixth year, the Summer Theatre Camp series is under the direction of Pantochino’s Bert Bernardi, Jimmy Johansmeyer and Justin Rugg. “Our camps always sell out and remains popular because the kids have so much fun,” said… Continue reading

Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc. will present Broadway’s Marissa Perry leading the first in a series of Master Classes on Thursday, December 29 at 1pm at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Milford. Perry starred as Tracy Turnblad in the original Broadway production of “Hairspray.”

In Marissa’s Hairspray Master Class, students will be taken through dance combinations from the Broadway musical Hairspray! Thanks to Jerry Mitchell and his high-energy choreography, this class is a one of a kind experience for… Continue reading

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Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, Milford’s professional not-for-profit theatre company, is currently accepting registration for it’s Teen Theatre production of “Starmites” to be performed in late February 2017.

Pantochino Teen Theatre is designed to give young actors, ages 12 to 18, the opportunity to learn and work with theatre professionals in creating a fully realized musical production. The immersive theatrical experience is under the direction of Bert Bernardi and Jimmy Johansmeyer with musical direction by Justin Rugg.

“Starmites” is an out-of-this-world… Continue reading

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Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc., a not-for-profit professional theatre company for family audiences, will launch it’s 2016/17 season with the new musical, “The Bewitchingly Scrumptious and Extraordinary Mister Trick & Mrs. Treat,” on Friday, October 21st, 7:30pm, at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Milford.

“The Bewitchingly Scrumptious and Extraordinary Mister Trick & Mrs. Treat” is a delightfulnew musical following two unlikely neighboring families, the Tricks and the Treats. Set in a fictitious and fantastical world, each family has it’s… Continue reading

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Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, a professional 501 (c)(3) tax exempt theatre company, will hold open call auditions for it’s 2016-17 Season on September 7th and 8th from 6 to 9pm at Pantochino Studios, located in the former St. Ann School, 64 Ridge Street in Milford.

Co-producers Bert Bernardi and Jimmy Johansmeyer are seeking adult male and female comic actors who sing for leading roles, male and female teen actors for feature and ensemble roles and boys and girls 11-13 years old… Continue reading

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MILFORD – Pantochino Teen Theatre will offer Milford an amusingly different way to think about everyone’s favorite fairy tale characters through their production of Into the Woods JR., it was announced today by Freddie Gershon, CEO of Music Theatre International (MTI). The show featuring  thirty young actors from 12 to 17 years old will play three performances, August 13 and 14 at the Milford Center for the Arts on Railroad Avenue in Downtown Milford.

With a book by James Lapine and… Continue reading

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