Auditions open at Camelot
Male and female actors of all ages may audition for roles in Camelot Theatre's 2010 stage productions. Auditions may be made by appointment only and will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at the theater, 101 Talent Ave., Talent.
Actors should bring a current photograph, a resumé and a prepared one- to two-minute monologue. Actors auditioning for musicals should prepare a song and bring sheet music in their key. An accompanist will be provided.
For information about Camelot Theatre Company, visit www.camelottheatre.org. To make an appointment to audition, call 535-5250, ext. 2.
Four musical theater productions, three plays and four musical spotlights will fill Camelot Theatre's 2010 season.
"Spotlight on Harold Arlen," starring Presila Quinby and Jessica Brandes, will run Jan. 14-24.
Ken Ludwig's "Moon Over Buffalo," a backstage farce set in 1953, will run Feb. 3 through March 7.
"Gigi," a Parisian Cinderella story with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Fredrick Loewe, will run March 17 through April 18.
Peter Morgan's "Frost/Nixon" will run April 28 through May 30. Camelot's production will feature Doug Warner and Paul K. Jones.
"Spotlight on The Mills Brothers" will run June 3-13.
"Rags," with book by Joseph Stein, music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Steven Schwartz, will run June 23 through July 25. The musical pays tribute to the immigrants who worked in the sweatshops of New York city's garment district.
"I Hate Hamlet," Paul Rudnick's comedy about a discontented young actor and the ghost of John Barrymore, will run Aug. 11 through Sept. 12.
"Spotlight on Mae West," starring Gwen Overland, will run Sept. 16-26, and "Always ... Patsy Cline," by Ted Swingley and starring Presila Quinby and Livia Genise, will run Oct. 6 through Nov. 7.
Gayle Wilson will star in "Spotlight on Dusty and Petula" Nov. 12-22. Dusty Springfield and Petula Clark were chart-topping singers during the "British invasion" of the 1960s.
Camelot's 2010 season will culminate Dec. 1-31 with Irving Berlin's "White Christmas," with book by Melvin Frank, Norman Krasna and Norman Panama.