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CASTLE CRAIG PLAYERS BRING THE INNOVATIVE SPIRIT OF SONDHEIM’S ‘COMPANY’ TO MERIDEN

What do you do when you’ve got three girlfriends, all your friends are married, and it’s your birthday? Find out as the Castle Craig Players close out their 25th Anniversary Season with Stephen Sondheim & Geroge Furth’s groundbreaking musical comedy, COMPANY, running July 27-August 11 at their intimate cabaret venue.

It’s Bobby’s 35th birthday and he’s still single, trying to find a way to have a serious relationship… Continue reading

Next Stop NY! Acting for TV, Film & Stage in Connecticut.

Today’s Technique for Today’s Actor a simple way of working which is required in today’s fast paced New York and Hollywood Entertainment Industry. 

http://www.nextstopny.net  203-943-5027

View of our room! https://youtu.be/0Asg_5S_6Nw

“Professional Acting classes in Connecticut” for Children ( 09-13 ) Teen ( 13-18 ) Adults ( 19-Up ) Next Stop NY! Acting Classes for TV, Film & Stage in Connecticut offers an easy and fun way… Continue reading

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New On-Camera Audition Techniques & Preparation Class 2 Hour Class -offered the Second Tuesday of every Month 6-8pm Fee: $30.00 per class If interested please email us at tapeaudition@gmail.com  to be added to our mailing list

Class Limit: 10 Most TV and Film casting is done by in-person auditions. Their (taped) recommendations are forwarded to Directors and Producers – only then can you expect callbacks and/or bookings. Actors are expected to be prepared and professional under tough conditions.… Continue reading

Thrown Stone is very proud to be presenting a panel in association with American Theatre Magazine, Theatre Communications Group and the Ridgefield Library.

Don’t miss this discussion about the challenges and the glories of repertory. Some terrific panelists from Thrown Stone, Summer Theatre of New Canaan, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, and Yale School of Drama.

Free with RSVP here.

Check out the details and the article in American Theatrehere.

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Mariah Sage, Quinnipiac University Theatre Professor and Founder of Present & Perform, teaches this one-afternoon monologue class for adults. Whether you are new to scripted acting or have been practicing your craft for years, this course will be challenging and fun.

What you’ll get out of this 1-Day Monologue Workshop:

  • You will be cast in a new monologue from a published play, which will be a great fit for you.
  • You’ll learn what makes a piece excellent audition material
  • As… Continue reading

The Castle Craig Players will hold open auditions for their upcoming production of COMPANY (Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by George Furth). Director: Ian Galligan. Music Director: TBA.

AUDITION DATES: Monday, May 14 & Thursday, May 17 from 6:30-9:30pm

PERFORMANCE DATES: July 27-August 5 (Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2pm)

REHEARSALS BEGIN: Mid-June 2018. SEEKING: Seeking adult actors of all types with strong comedic acting skills. Actors must be ages 18 & over. ALL… Continue reading

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Are you looking for a new monologue, new acting techniques, or a new perspective on your work?

Adult Actors, Here’s Your Class!  Sunday May 20, 2:00-4:00 pm

What you’ll get out of this 1-Day Monologue Workshop:

  • You will be cast in a new monologue from a published play, which will be a great fit for you.
  • This monologue will be excellent audition material
  • As a group you will learn new approaches to acting
  • You will take away techniques and… Continue reading

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Theatre Communications Group,

Thrown Stone Theatre Company,

and Ridgefield Library present

Repertory in American Theatre

moderated by American Theatre Editor-in-Chief Rob Weinert-Kendt

Tuesday, June 5th, 6:30 PM

at the Ridgefield Library,

472 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877

Ridgefield, ConnecticutAmerican Theatre Editor-in-Chief Rob Kendt will speak about the creative benefits, production challenges, and audience experience of repertory theatre, followed by a panel and audience discussion with Melody Libonati, Artistic Director of Summer Theatre of New Canaan… Continue reading

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