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Females can audition too for important ensemble roles!

It’s Creation Prods. is putting on Les Miserables August 14-16th. Unfortunately we have had trouble finding males to cast. It is very important we get these roles filled within the next two or so weeks. Because of this, we now accept video auditions through e-mail. Auditions and/or questions should be sent to

Please read below for more information on roles needed:

Javert: Very important lead role. Looking for male… Continue reading

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Date: 11/28/2012

Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Students will benefit from the Musical Theater Workshops. You will learn about singing, dancing and reading lines. There will be special attention on Audition Prep. This event is open to the public and is Free, but REGISTRATION is a must before the workshop date!!!


*There will also be a second Musical Theater Workshop on the December 5, 2012 from 5:30 – 7 pm

BackBeat City 80 Eastern Blvd Glastonbury, CT… Continue reading

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BIGGER THAN YOU THINK is a short play with a huge purpose–helping Middletown’s children grow up well. Come and see this play and to be a part of the action in a community performance written by award-winning playwright, Jules Corriere, created by the Middletown Youth Services Bureau, The Center for the Advancement of Youth, Family and Community Services, and Community Performance International. From the stories of Middletown youth and adults, “BIGGER THAN YOU THINK” uses Developmental Assets, or building blocks… Continue reading

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Torrington, CT – On Saturday, October 6, 2012, the Litchfield County Writers Project will present an all day forum for young, aspiring writers in the Warner Theatre’s Nancy Marine Studio Theatre lobby. The event will feature critically acclaimed first-time novelist Benjamin Hale, who will give a keynote talk and reading from his book, The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore. Ellen Litman, Professor of English at the University of Connecticut and author of The Last Chicken in America(2008), will moderate. The event, which includes lunch and a closing reception, is free and open to the public (ages 18-30). Please note that space is limited, so plan to arrive early. Continue reading

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