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Casting Call for Short Film AITNAME

MISC_Casting call2Short film AITNAME

  • Actress around 60s or above, white, skinny. 3 hours + 10 minutes shooting in 2 days. (Need emotional performance)
  • Actor around 8 years old, white, blonde hair, not too tall. 1 hour shooting time, few shots.

Director: Yehong Shi
Pay: $10 dollars for Actor, $50 for Actress.

Call Time: Feb 18th and 19th

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Playhouse Summer Camps Now on Sale

PIP_Summer Camp 20192020 program features multiple locations and accessibility program

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s 2020 Summer Theatre Camp and Performance Academy will explore fantastical worlds, storybook lands, favorite books and movies, and so much more.  Camps will be held at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park plus locations in Evendale, Blue Ash, Mason and the West End.

“Each camp option can introduce or further your child’s appreciation of the arts while building confidence and encouraging creativity,” explains Daunielle Rasmussen, director of education and community engagement. “No acting experience is required.”

Locations throughout the region make it easier than ever to participate in summer theatre camps with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. In addition to its location in Eden Park, camps offerings will take place at Evendale Performance Center; Mason Middle School; Mason Community Center; Pogo Play in Blue Ash; and Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center at Union Terminal.

Multiple locations are not the only way the Playhouse is continuing to increase access for 2020; the Launch Pad Accessibility Program returns and is available for all full-day, one-week camps. Thanks to a generous grant from The Daniel and Susan Pfau Foundation, students with developmental disabilities can be integrated into a traditional theatre camp environment through pre-camp preparation and daily support.

“We want to help all children experience the confidence and creativity boosting opportunities that theatre camps provide,” Rasmussen explained. “Our specially trained instructors and two dedicated instructional aides will help integrate Launch Pad participants by providing them with a daily social narrative and concrete daily schedule; sensory-related assistance including noise-canceling headphones, fidgets and personal comfort items; a quiet place to relax; and other support.”

Camp offerings include half-day camps for children ages 3 to 5. For kids and teens, the Playhouse offers full-day, one-week camps with a variety of themes. Each week offers five exciting courses that are designed to engage in the magic and playfulness of live theatre.

For theatre enthusiasts who wants to experience the production of a play from beginning to end, the Playhouse also offers full-day, one-week and multi-week Performance Academy camps for incoming first through 12th graders. This year’s Performance Academy offerings include Disney’s Mary Poppins Jr., Clue: On Stage and Disney’s 101 Dalmatians KIDS.

For complete camp descriptions or to register, visit or call 513-421-3888. If participants register before March 1, they receive an early-bird registration discount of $15 off the full price for each camp program.

The Playhouse is supported by the generosity of more than 40,000 contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign. The Ohio Arts Council helps fund the Playhouse with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The Playhouse also receives funding from the Shubert Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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HALF-DAY CAMPS | Ages 3 – 5 
Introduce the little ones in your life to the fun and creativity of theatre with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s half-day, one-week camps! Each uniquely themed week offers a fun mix of creativity, guided play, theatre crafts and acting improvisation. Classes and themes vary each session for campers interested in joining multiple weeks.
Tuition is $125 for each week.

FULL-DAY CAMPS | Grades 1-10
Each week offers five exciting courses that are designed to engage in the magic and playfulness of live theatre. All lessons lead up to a five-minute scene to share informally with friends and family on the last day of camp. Classes and themes vary each session for campers interested in joining multiple weeks! Classes and themes vary each session for campers interested in joining multiple weeks!

Camps are held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuition is $230 for each week when purchased by March 1. $245 for each week starting March 2.
This process-based performance program is for the theatre enthusiast who wants to experience the production of a play from beginning to end. During each full-day camp session, campers will take technique and special skills classes and rehearse a play to be performed with limited sets and costumes for friends and family at the end of camp. Performance Academy offers one-week, two-week and three-week camp options.

Performance Academy takes place from Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Prices vary by session. Save $15 for each Performance Academy when purchased by March 1.


Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
962 Mt. Adams Circle
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Evendale Performance Center
3270 Glendale Milford Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45241

Mason Community Center
6050 Mason Montgomery Rd.
Mason, OH 45040

Mason Middle School 
6370 Mason Montgomery Rd.
Mason, OH 45040

Pogo Play
10870 Kenwood Rd.
Blue Ash, OH 45242

Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center at Union Terminal
1301 Western Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45203

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Submissions Open for NKU’s Y.E.S. Festival

NKU_Yes Festival 19 logoNorthern Kentucky University School of the Arts is once again calling for submissions for the 20th anniversary of our award-winning Year End Series Festival of New Plays – THE Y.E.S. FESTIVAL, running April 8-18, 2021.

Submissions will be accepted from Jan. 15 until June 1, 2020. 

Two plays will be selected for performance in the festival. The selected playwrights will each receive a cash prize of $400 and an expense-paid (travel and accommodations) visit to NKU to see their plays in production. Selected plays will receive a full production.

For additional information visit or contact:

Michael King, Co-Project Director • (859) 572-5647

Corrie Danieley, Co-Project Director • (859) 572-5451


  • Full-length plays and musicals are eligible. The author must fully own all rights.
  • No children’s theatre, one-acts, or reader’s theatre pieces will be considered.
  • Adaptations will only be considered if the adapted work is in the public domain.
  • Submissions may not have had a previous professional or university production.
  • In deciding what to submit, a writer should know the festival will be cast with undergraduate student actors. Submissions with larger casts are looked upon favorably in the selection process.
  • Scripts must be standard sized and legibly typed. Standard Dramatists Guild format is preferred.
  • Submissions (ONE per playwright) should include a one-page synopsis and a cast list with brief character descriptions.
  • For musicals, please also include libretto, a list of characters with vocal ranges, demo CD and samples of the score.


Michael King
NKU School of the Arts
Nunn Drive, FA 205
Highland Heights, KY 41099

  • Enclose a self-addressed stamped postcard if you wish the project director to acknowledge receipt of your script. Online submissions will be acknowledged via email.
  • Printed scripts are not returnable unless specifically requested and accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Returnable scripts will be mailed back after the selected playwrights have been notified.


  • Selections will be made and selected playwrights notified by Sept. 2020.
  • The names of the winning plays will be posted on the Y.E.S. Festival website in Oct. 2020.
  • Selected playwrights must be available to visit the festival about one week before opening so that their visit can be arranged to include late rehearsals and the premiere of their play. Festival dates are April 8-18, 2021. The visiting dates are at the discretion of the festival. NKU will cover the cost of travel and accommodations. Selected playwrights will receive a cash prize of $400.
  • Playwrights and directors of their plays will participate in one post-show question-and-answer session with the audience.

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Housing Available for Cincinnati Artists

MISC_Room for RentCincinnati artists! Do you or someone you know need a room to rent? There are rooms currently available at the fabled McGee Manor on Maplewood Ave in Mt. Auburn! (You don’t have to be in theatre to live here, but it doesn’t hurt. 😂)

$375/month, all utilities included. Super close to downtown and Clifton (including the new Kroger!) Includes internet, washer/dryer, off-street parking and, of course, fabulous housemates. Note: Bathrooms, kitchen, and general living area are shared.

To schedule a peek or for more information, contact Miranda McGee at

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Submission and Actors Sought for MIAMI WRITES at Miami University Regionals Theatre

MRT_Miami Writes logoGreetings Theatre Lovelies: For those of you who do not know, MIAMI WRITES is a yearly event hosted by Miami University Regionals Theatre. Playwrights from all over our area are invited to enter a short play or even a full-length play (For full-length plays, playwrights select a 10-minute section.) for consideration for our public reading with feedback. Playwrights are encouraged to use this friendly and supportive setting to hear their new plays read aloud by actors in front of an audience for the first time. Audience feedback will help playwrights edit and complete their plays.This notice is not only for playwrights, but actors as well. If you want to be an actor/reader, please email me at and I will put you on the list. I will choose a cast according to the needs of most of the plays’ character requirements.

This reminder is really late. Sorry. But I’ve already received play entries and I’m so excited to see what else will come in. I’m extending the deadline doe submissions for an extra week (February 14) because I’m so freaking late with this reminder.Can’t wait to read more plays and work with our wonderful actors.

Thank you. See you soon.
Bekka Eaton

Play submission deadline: February 14 by midnight
Click here to MW_20 Submission Info w Template (.doc)

Play reading: March 6, 2020
Studio 307 (307 Phelps Hall)
Miami Univ. Hamilton
1601 University Hall
Hamilton, Ohio  45011
7:30 PM

General seating–limited seating, so get there early. Doors open at 7pm.
Free and open to the entire public

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