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George asks…

Does anyone know of where I can find auditions for acting?

I live in boston and I’ve always wanted to be an actor so I was wondering if anyone knew of any auditions I could go to

TheatrePlayers answers:

Acme Theater – Non-profit community theatre group based in Maynard. Member of the Eastern Massachusetts Association of Community Theaters (EMACT) and the American Association of Community Theaters (AACT). Lists past and current productions, awards, and directions to the theatre.
Arlington Children’s Theater – Provides audition information, pictures and summer show schedule.
Arlington Friends of the Drama – Award-winning theatre in a Northwest suburb of Boston.
Ashfield Community Theater – Amateur theatre group based in Ashfield. Current show information, classes and workshop details and contact information.
Barnstable Comedy Club theatre – Includes information on upcoming tickets and performances, acting opportunities, highlights from past shows, its history, and membership information.
Bay Colony Productions – Bay Colony Productions produces a musical theatre show during the spring with youth and summer with adult performers. Youth musical theatre classes are also offered during the school year and the summer.
Biscuit Box Theater Company – Community theater based in Lexington, Massachusetts. Information about the current show and ticket prices. Reservations can be made by email.
Calliope Productions Inc. – Located in Boylston, a non-profit theatre company. Annually presents five main-stage productions and operates performance training workshops for students (ages 8 -18) and adults.
Central Mass Onstage – CMO is a non-profit, community theater group that is originated in the Holden, Rutland, and Paxton area of Massachusetts.
Commonwealth Opera of Western Massachusetts – Northampton MA. History, tickets, season information.
Concord Players – Group has its roots with the Players begun by Louisa May Alcott, officially beginning in 1919. Located in Concord.
Cornerstone Performing Arts Center – Offers non-equity theatre and professional modern dance with a focus on classical theatre, classical literature and addressing significant social changes. Located in Fitchburg.
Curtain Call Theatre – Non-profit community theater based in Braintree, since 1962. Lists audition notices, performance schedules, classes, workshops, directions, past production information.
Exit 7 Players – A community theater group founded in 1984 located in Ludlow, in western Massachusetts. Current show information, auditions, fundraising efforts.
Gateway Players – Located in Southbridge, Massachusetts, provides quality live theatre and workshops to the Worcester County area. Schedules and audition information.
Harvard Community Theatre – Housed in the 700 seat Cronin Auditorium at the Bromfield School.
Harwich Junior Theatre – Educational, year-round theatre located on Cape Cod.
Hovey Players – Waltham’s Community Theater Since 1936. Local talent, full-scale productions and new works.

And theres more on the website, They wouldn’t all fit

Steven asks…

I can’t find a community theatre anywhere in San Jose! Please help?

I want to cast in a community theatre, but I can’t find any/ Can you please send me links?

TheatrePlayers answers:

Saratoga Civic Theater (408) 268-3777 13777 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA

Saratoga Drama Group Incorporated
(408) 255-0801
Po Box 182, San Jose, CA 95103

San Jose Repertory Theater (408) 367-7266 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose, CA

American Musical Theatre of San Jose
History, audition, employment, and volunteer information, season calendar, and more. Also offers theatrical classes and costume and facility rental.
Www.amtsj.org

Children’s Musical Theater of San Jose is recognized as the largest and most talented youth theatre company in the nation:
Website: http://www.sjcmt.com

City Lights Theatre

http://www.cltc.org/opportunities.htm

C. Community Theater
1305 Middlefield Road

Montgomery Theater (408) 288-5437 290 S Market St, San Jose, CA

Northside Theater Company – Olinder Theater (408) 288-7820 848 E William St, San Jose, CA (5 star)
This is more like a Silicon Valley list. San Jose is surrounded by many, many smaller cities. You may find more, plus reviews, by taking a look at yelp.com .

Theater On San Pedro Square
29 N San Pedro St
San Jose, CA 95110

Palo Alto Players
Committed to providing meaningful theatre experiences for both audience and production participants
www.paplayers.org

I live here.

Laura asks…

best drama or theater schools in uk or united states?

I m amateur theater player in Turkey. I took some courses in here and i m still performing plays in amateur group. I want to go conservatoire or any acting course in uk or united states. But this experiment will cost me much, so i want to go best school where i can easily have a chance to go upper, i mean playing on broadway or hollywood.

I have some questions. Firstly, i m scared about auditions, because they will be in english. My english is good buy my accent is not good as usual. my scareness is about how i perform a play in english such as shakespeare :( second question is that i have looked on some conservatoire programs and i havent found any foreigner or rarely. Is it a problem for me? I m 23 years old by the way and i can go to abroad after one year, cause i m studying on engineering and my school will finish next year.

I heard about Lamda, rada, new york film academy and some states’ universities’ conservatoires..what do you say about my situation?

thanks a lot..

TheatrePlayers answers:

If you are looking at Broadway and Hollywood, then I suspect your best bet would be to chose an American School. If, however you are interested in studying in the UK, then check out the link for Drama Schools in the UK.

If you are worried about your accent, then you will need tofind a voice tutor. Perhaps there is someone in your nearest city who teaches how to speak English with an English accent. As for performing Shakespeare, that is what Drama School is for.

Are there not any good opportunities in in the Turkish film industry? Could you make it in your own country and then across the world?!

Carol asks…

Audition Song For American Idol?

In the next few years I’m deff auditioning for AI. I take voice lessons and have been singin and dancin my whole life. I’ve been in a lot of musicals at local community theatres and I sing gigs with my friend who is an amazing guitar player. Also, I have a back story… ;) psyically, I look like young Judy Garland. Fashion wise, I love the 80 and Madonna type stuff and Adam Lamberts esthetic. Anyway, enough about that. I am a soprano 1. I do not have a raspy voice. Actually it’s really clear. I sing old style jazzy blues well and country. I also can sing pop if the song isn’t overly produced and electronic. I like live. I can do runs I can belt. And I can do rock but I don’t love it. My idol is Adam Lambert…and yes…. I know not to sing his songs because he is absoluetly amazing and I’d sound like the biggest fan girl ever. Lol. I’m open to all suggestion…what should I sing???????

TheatrePlayers answers:

I also think that ‘Hallelujah’ is a good choice but it might not be original somehow because Alexandra Blurke sang that in the X Factor. Maybe…
-Alone
-Don’t Rain on My Parade
-Cry Me A River
-Feeling Good
-There you’ll be
-Total eclipse of the heart
-Songs by Kelly Clarkson?

Lisa asks…

What Song Should I Audition For American Idol With?

In the next few years I’m deff auditioning for AI. I take voice lessons and have been singin and dancin my whole life. I’ve been in a lot of musicals at local community theatres and I sing gigs with my friend who is an amazing guitar player. Also, I have a back story… ;) psyically, I look like young Judy Garland. Fashion wise, I love the 80 and Madonna type stuff and Adam Lamberts esthetic. Anyway, enough about that. I am a soprano 1. I do not have a raspy voice. Actually it’s really clear. I sing old style jazzy blues well and country. I also can sing pop if the song isn’t overly produced and electronic. I like live. I can do runs I can belt. And I can do rock but I don’t love it. My idol is Adam Lambert…and yes…. I know not to sing his songs because he is absoluetly amazing and I’d sound like the biggest fan girl ever. Lol. I’m open to all suggestion…what should I sing???????

TheatrePlayers answers:

What’s ur full name lol just wondering

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