Auditions Saturday, February 20th at 10:00am

Dog Sees God:
Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

April 30th – May 22nd
Saturdays and Sundays at 5pm

Written by Bert V. Royal
Directed by David Campos

Whatever happened to the Peanuts Gang originally created by the late Charles Schulz? In an unauthorized and unapproved parody, the beloved comic strip characters grown up and stuck in high school where sex, drugs, and identity are now the topic of conversation.
When CB's dog dies from rabies, CB begins to question the existence of an afterlife. His best friend is too burnt out to provide any coherent speculation; his sister has gone Goth; his ex-girlfriend has recently been institutionalized; and his other friends are too inebriated to give him any sort of solace. But a chance meeting with an artistic kid, the target of this group's bullying, offers CB a peace of mind and sets in motion a friendship that will push teen angst to the very limits. Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion and sexual identity collide and careen toward an ending that's both haunting and hopeful.

"Good grief! The Peanuts kids have finally come out of their shells." —Time Out NY

Casting for the following roles

CB (Based on Charlie Brown – M)—questions meaning, the afterlife, and his sexuality after the death of his dog. He is still our moral center, an everyman, but is less predictable now. (Helpful to play piano)

CB'S SISTER (Based on Sally Brown - F) —constantly experimenting with philosophies and looks. After a week as a Baptist, she goes goth, gangsta-bitch, and hippie. She now has the hots for Beethoven and has taken up performance art. Angsty teenager

VAN - (Based on Linus – M) —Now a pothead who smoked his own blanket. Still a bit of a philosopher. He wants to get in CB's sister's pants, or pretty much anyone's.

MATT (Based on Pig Pen – M)—now a pathological germaphobe whose dirtiness has been internalized. He is CB's best friend, a football player, very attractive, and a sexually-obsessed, homophobic meathead. (On this last, he objects too much.) He has a really violent, bullying streak. Physically intimidating.

BEETHOVEN (Based on Schroeder - M)—now an outcast after being sexually abused by his father. His only place of refuge is in the school practice room. He begins to wrestle with issues of sexuality and “outness.” (Pianist preferred.)

TRICIA (Based on Peppermint Patty – F)—A self-declared popular, pretty, party girl. She still dominates her sidekick, Marcy. She's a “mean girl” and is obsessed with weight. A bit of a lush, she doesn't hesitate to speak her mind, especially when trashed.

MARCY (Based on Marcie - F)—Not much has changed (even her name). Ok, she is a party-girl now too, and obsessed with Matt. She tries way too hard.

VAN'S SISTER (Based on Lucy – F)—Still gives advice, but now from inside an institution where she resides because she set the Red-Haired Girl's hair on fire. She’s only in two scenes, but one of those is an epic monologue. Must be a tour-de-force.

Audition Sides:

DSG Monologues
DSG Scenes

Auditions: Saturday and Sunday, March 5th and 6th, at 10:00am

Unexpected Song

April 22nd – May 22nd
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

Conceived and Arranged by Robert Tully
Directed by Robert Tully

What happens when you take a classic tune from a beloved musical, and give it a little twist?
Unexpected Song puts a spin on some classic pieces from Broadway's most famous musicals. A hilarious and touching musical revue that will take your favorite Broadway hits and flip the script! Come see this unique take on some of the best of Broadway.

Audition Days and Times:

Saturday 10am- 1pm

Sunday 10am - 12pm


Sunday 12pm-1pm

Casting as follows:

3-4 men
3-4 women

All must sing, act and move well.

At least one couple must dance.

Looking for diversity of ages (20s -50s), ethnicities, types in general.

All must be able to perform a song, as opposed to just singing.

Also need to have the ability to sing in parts and hold a harmony.

One of the themes of this show is thinking outside of the box, and we are looking for performers who can embrace that concept and work collaboratively to create unique interpretations of standard musical theater pieces.

Auditions Saturday April 2nd, at 10:00am

An Absolute Turkey

June 10th – July 17th
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

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Written by Georges Feydeau
Directed by Shawn Brewer

Stuffed with lies, lust and laughs!

Flamboyant courtships aren’t just for the birds in this chaotic French farce. A secret admirer reveals himself to the woman of his dreams and declares his undying love for her. Too bad she instantly despises him, they are both already married, and she has a flock of more shameless suitors after her! Lust, lies, and laughs grow as the secrets between several married couples unravel with multiple climaxes of betrayals and misunderstandings. There are plenty of foul and immoral fools in the pecking order, but one of them will definitely become An Absolute Turkey in the end!
Georges Feydeau, master of farce, displays all his tricks of the trade in this witty, seamless, and acutely funny adaptation written for the Globe Theatre in London.


  A "lady of the night" with commendable patience and a kind heart. The sudden focus of Victor's affections at the hotel.

CLARA   F, 20-35  Sassy hotel maid with a strong disposition. She is caught in compromising situations but nothing she can't handle.

GEROME & HOTEL MANAGER  M, 30-50 Daft old family friend that tends to the house of the bachelor Redillon. Slow-speaking but fiercely devoted to Redillon. Actor also plays the snooty Hotel Manager.

JEAN & INSPECTOR   M, 40-60  Butler of the Vatelin household and keeper of all secrets. Actor also plays the bumbling Police Inspector.

LUCIENNE  F, 20-35  Married to Vatelin but the object of other men's affections. Innocent on the outside but cunningly clever; much smarter than her suitors.

MADAME PINCHARD   F, 50-70  The deaf wife of Pinchard that enjoys ballet, but she insists that it would be better with music.
MADAME PONTAGNAC   F, 25-40  The secret wife of Pontagnac. She is eager to outwit her cheating husband but she's not as bright as Lucienne.

MITZI   F, 25-40 A boisterous firecracker of a woman. She is dramatic, passionate, and speaks with a heavy Swiss accent.

PINCHARD   M, 50-70  Dirty old man staying at the hotel that is still devoted to doing anything for his deaf wife.

PONTAGNAC   M, 25-40  Clever & charming, but a compulsive womanizer. His debauchery ends up making him the biggest turkey of all!

REDILLON   M, 25-40  Petulant, flippant, but suave as hell. He's a big flirt and has the least amount of shame.

SOLDIGNAC   M, 35-50  Boorish & brainless businessman married to Mitzi, but he suspects she's cheating on him. Heavy Swiss accent.

VATELIN   M, 35-50  Dullard of a husband to Lucienne and old friend of Pontagnac. He seems simple on the outside but he keeps many secrets.

VICTOR   M, 15-25  Teenage bellhop at the hotel infatuated with Armandine.

HOTEL GUESTS & POLICE     M & F, Open Ages    Roles played by a small ensemble that get caught up in the insanity.
Auditions Saturday May 7th, at 10:00am

The Twilight Zone

June 17th – July 17th
Fridays & Saturdays at 10:30pm, and Sundays at 5pm

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Adapted and Directed by Darri Kristin & David Campos

There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. A dimension as vast as space, as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call “The Twilight Zone”.

“That’s the signpost up ahead. Your next stop: The Twilight Zone”

Episodes and casting information coming soon!
Auditions Saturday June 11, at 10:00am


August 19th – September 11th
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

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Written & Directed by Steve Spehar

Henry Mann is putting on a play about his death.
He’s afraid to find out how it ends.
And that’s just the beginning.

“A delirious hallucination… compelling and universal” Los Angeles Times


Henry Mann: 42-55; well-known experimental theatre director with a personal and professional reputation on the slide; fast-talker, where smarmy meets impressive self-possession, he is as infamous as a womanizing reprobate as he is a visionary genius; he is intelligent, confident and charming, at his best, and a sociopathic egomaniac in the worst-case scenario, but he is, ultimately, the Everyman in the play, and inhabits the role of both hero and villain

Marion Mann: 30-40; Henry’s wife and a great actress in her own right who has seen her career evaporate as her marriage to Henry Mann has almost literally driven her crazy; her tendencies toward both jealousy and self-contempt could not have been aligned with a worse partner than Henry Mann, and her constant neurosis over her declining career and fractured marriage have rendered her almost catatonic with the helplessness of her indecision and paralyzing self-doubt. She is, or was once, the kind of beautiful woman that stuns you through the subtlety of her grace and presence, not to mention her talent. Her current situation has submerged, though not destroyed, that beauty.

Daniel Blake: 35-65; well-known playwright of moderate success and best friend of Henry Mann; his relationship with Henry as both trusted collaborator and reluctant confidant leaves him dangling somewhere between a been-through-the-wars loyalty and the overburdened role of support system and apologist for Henry’s generally perceived descent into crazytown; age not so critical, he may be younger or older than Henry, as long as we believe they have known each other for most of their respective careers; Daniel is, ostensibly, the narrator, if the play had one. He is the storyteller, the revealer, the verse, the one who represents our point of view as we peer into this labyrinth of dreams.

Eva Jameson: 30-39; a bombshell actress with talent who knows it; the symbolic temptress in our biblical metaphor; kind of on the verge of It-Girl status in the world of East Coast theatre; her style, both onstage and off, is huge and insistent in the way that will always wring the highest tenor of drama out of the prevailing vibrations in the room; gorgeous and dynamic in all of the most obvious ways; this actress needs to be fearless.

Gabriel: 18-1000; enigmatic and silent builder of monuments; monstrous and odd, in whatever way that manifests most perfectly; preferably quite large in stature, unless something else about his frame or the way he carries it insinuates itself as captivating and even riveting in the most peculiar of ways; he is messenger, puzzle master, metaphorical archangel; this role has no lines but is the most critical to the success of the play.

Maria: 20-30; Latina deaf-mute and transistor of the miraculous; pretty in a bookish way and a little nervous and startled by the words suddenly flowing out of her mouth; stark feminine contrast to the other-worldly-ness of Gabriel: he is the body of the messenger, while she is it’s voice. Any race.

Gabriel, too: 20-65; (or Gabriel 2) the other character named Gabriel is nothing like the first; brought in as an actor in Henry’s dramatization, he is actually just a very simple man with nothing better to do; docile and even-keeled, he might be autistic; at the very least, he sees everything with absolutely brand-new eyes.\

Auditions Saturday June 18, at 10:00am

Dogs of War

August 5th – 14th: Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
August 20th – September 11th: Saturdays & Sundays at 5pm

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Written and directed by Hero P. Carlisle

Five rogues have come to Venice, assembled to pull off the perfect crime: Signor Bianco, the tragic thief; Signor Arancio, the cocky newcomer; Signor Biondo, the vicious killer; Signor Rosa, the paranoid crook; and Signor Azzurro, the soft-spoken goon. They thought there was no way their heist could fail. Yet after a disastrous ambush, these criminals slowly realize one among them is a traitor. But who? A classic twist on a contemporary tale, Dogs of War is a story of loyalty, betrayal, and honor among thieves.


Signor Bianco: The Thief. A man with a tragic past and a code of honor.

Signor Arancio: The Traitor. A man torn between honor and loyalty.

Signor Biondo: The Killer. A man who has abandoned his humanity.

Signor Rosa: The Creep. A man who is only out for himself.

Signor Azzurro: The Goon. A man with bigger dreams than this life allows.

Eduardo Cabotti: The Son. A man looking to impress his father.

Giuseppe Cabotti: The Boss. A man take holds a city in a choke-hold.

Ingannare: The Captain. A man pushed beyond his limits.

Vittimo: The Hostage. A man in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Auditions Saturday August 6th, at 10:00am


September 30th – November 6th
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

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Written by Dorothy and Michael Blankfort
Directed by Rose London

Monique has been described as a mystery, a suspense and a play with a touch of the supernatural… it is all of these. It is a look at human nature, the passions that drive us, and those that can cause our ultimate deterioration and destruction. It is the story of Monique, a woman doctor, who has a long-standing friendship with Fernand and Lucienne, a married couple…it is a story of obsessions and conspiracy.


Fernand Ravinel (30-40s) a man with a hidden misery

Lucienne Ravinel, his wife (30-40s) a selfish and bitter woman a few years older than her husband

Lisette (16-20s, must look in her teens) an attractive young, idealistic, but shrewd girl

Dr, Monique Rigaud (30-40s) an efficient and manipulating woman doctor. She is of the same age as Lucienne but appears softer and more womanly

Henriette (20-40s) the maid, who is sharp, slatternly and openly contemptuous of her employers

Merlin, a retired Inspector of Police (45-late 60s) a perceptive and charming man

Gouttez (45-late 60s) a brick mason, a good natured and gossipy drunk

Andre (40s) Lucienne’s older brother – nervous and apologetic

Messenger (18-20s) m/f, off stage voice of Telephone operator 

Auditions Saturday August 20th, at 10:00am

A Play About a Handkerchief

October 8th – November 5th
Saturdays & Sundays at 5pm

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Written by Paula Vogel
Directed by Jill Johnson

Perception can be deceiving. Thought to be a faithful lover and wife, Vogel tells quite a different story of Desdemona. After spending time satiating her sexual adventurousness in the local whorehouse with the aid of the camp prostitute Bianca, Desdemona shares her adventures with her steadfast confidant Emilia. Following Shakespeare's Othello, Desdemona explores the female side of the male heavy power struggle. How much trouble can one little handkerchief cause?

“Vogel remains one of the smartest, moist original and engaging playwrights to come along in the last few years” - - -New York Newsday

Please note that this play contains mature subject matter and is recommended for adults only.


Desdemona - Headstrong, a woman not afraid of adventure. A woman not worried about consequences. A "Catherine Howard", whose immaturity is not obvious until she realizes that her actions will cost her her life.

Emilia - Brash, straightforward, ready to manipulate her betters subversively to get her husband ahead. In more control than lets on. The servants always know everything. Irish.

Bianca - an accomplished whore. Well versed in deception and sexual practices. Loyalty goes to the highest bidder. Cares about herself and only herself.
Auditions Saturday Sept 24th, at 10:00am

It’s a Wonderful Life:
A Live Radio Play

November 25th – December 18th
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Additional shows: 12/10 & 12/17at 4:30pm
12/18 at 5pm

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Written by Joe Landry

STAGEStheatre is proud to open our 2016 season with Arthur Miller’s classic family drama.
Set in post-World War II, the play examines the relationship between fathers and sons and the price of living the American Dream.
An explosive secret threatens to tear a family apart in this powerful play about the conflict between business ethics and taking responsibility for one’s actions.
The beloved American Classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940’s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

The most heart-warming show of the holiday season!


Do you play the piano? Interested in being a Foley (sound effects) Artist?) WE WANT YOU!

This show is performed in front of microphones, with scripts in-hand. Minimal memorizing, minimal rehearsals! The voice and characterizations are critical for this production, as are the wonderful sounds effects!! We want to hear as many voices as you can give us!

Did we mention there's singing? That’s right – be prepared to sing your favorite holiday tune!

Male Roles
George Bailey – family man, dreamer, full of hope and life
Clarence – angel looking to do the right thing to get his wings!
Henry Potter – Scrooge type who wants total control and has no heart towards anything else!
Joseph/Announcer – Lead performer who hosts the radio show and who will be the “chief angel” who assists with Clarence getting his wings.
Uncle Billy - kind hearted, but absent minded

Other male roles include a variety of characters like George’s father, Bert the Cop, Ernie the cab driver, Harry Bailey, the Bridge keeper, Mr. Martini, Commercial announcer & performers and the Bailey kids.

Female roles
Mary – The home town girl always in love with George
Violet – The town beauty who always is a looker!
Rose – George’s mother, confident, family counselor
Sadie - the bank examiner

Other female roles include Zuzu, and the other Bailey kids, commercial announcers &