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Actor Needed for GREETINGS at Sunset Players

SSP_logoThe Sunset Player production of GREETINGS just lost our actor who was playing the part of Andy. It is a pivotal character and a great part.

Actually it is a great part in a really great play (when we did it 25 years ago we got an OCTA award for “innovative play selection”).

The play goes up September 6th and Runs September –  6,7,13,14,15, 19,20 21 and 26.

It is the opening show of our 40th anniversary season!

We have a great cast and we just need YOU to round it out.

If you are interested  in jumping into a great part and saving the day – please  contact  the director – Dennis Murphy at durfsworld@yahoo.com.


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Digital Marketing Associate Sought by Educational Theatre Association

EdTA_logoDigital Marketing Associate (Part-Time, Temporary)

The Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) seeks a digital marketing associate to join our Marketing and Communications team for a 3 to 6 month assignment, 20 hours per week. 

Essential Skills and Responsibilities

  • Manage email campaigns: assemble and edit supplied content, draft additional content as appropriate, determine layout using email best practices, pull lists from member database
  • Ensure consistent brand look, style and voice across all email messaging
  • Assist in the development and execution of email initiatives, roadmaps, and calendars
  • Build and A/B test new email messaging to improve campaign performance
  • Measure, analyze, and share campaign performance, test results, and other learnings to inform decision-making across the team
  • Create graphics for email, social media and other digital platforms based on pre-established templates and/or campaign designs
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, digital media or related field; or equivalent experience
  • Proficiency in Constant Contact, Marketing Cloud, Mail Chimp or similar email marketing platform
  • Knowledge of email marketing best practices
  • Proficiency in WordPress or similar web content management system
  • Experience managing social media for a business, including tracking and analyzing performance
  • Working knowledge of HTML
  • Basic graphic design and photo editing skills
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Deadline driven with keen attention to detail
  • Strong proofreading, writing and communication skills

About Us

The Educational Theatre Association is an international nonprofit association with more than 135,000 active members and 45 full-time staff. EdTA’s mission is shaping lives through theatre education: honoring student achievement in theatre; supporting teachers by providing professional development, resources, and recognition; and influencing public opinion that theatre education is essential and builds life skills. EdTA is the home of the International Thespian Society, an honorary organization established at nearly 5,000 schools, that has inducted more than 2.4 million theatre students since its founding in 1929. EdTA also produces the International Thespian Festival and publishes Dramatics magazine in print and online for high school theatre students, and Teaching Theatre, a journal for theatre education professionals. The Educational Theatre Foundation is the philanthropic arm of EdTA.

Please submit cover letter and resume by email (Subject line: Digital Marketing Associate 2019-84) to:  HRManager@schooltheatre.org.

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Actress Needed for MARVIN’S ROOM at CenterStage Players

CSPOH_logoActress needed for CenterStage Players Inc’s upcoming production of MARVIN’S ROOM.

The role is for a women in her 40’s. If you are interested in being considered for this role please contact the director Julie Jordan at juliehjordan@gmail.com or 513.235.5609.

Rehearsals start mid-late Sept, production dates November 15-17 and 22-24.

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Costume Coordinator: Fall, Winter, and Spring Productions Sought by Campbell County Theater Department

Costume Coordinator: Fall, Winter, and Spring Productions

The Campbell County Theater Department is looking for a Costume Coordinator for all three of our productions next year. If you enjoy working with high school students full of enthusiasm with varying levels of skills and experience, working in wonderful facilities, and are yearning to become part of a dedicated and hardworking team of educators, this may be the opportunity you’ve been looking for.

In this role, you’ll be working after school supervising students designing, building, overseeing rentals, and making alterations of the costumes for each of our productions.  You will need to work closely with the production team to plan budgets, supervise student crews, and keep costumes in good repair and clean.  During the week of the show, you will help supervise costume running crew, hair and make-up crews, and help provide backstage supervision.  After each show, you will be responsible for returning rentals, removing alterations, and making sure costumes are clean before being returned or placed in our stock.


  • Planning and Materials Ordering
  • Work with the director to cost out materials for costume construction and rentals
  • Order materials needed
  • Be involved in the production planning process.
  • Check with local costume rental shops or stores

Costume Construction 

  • Train students on how to operate costume shop materials safely
  • Supervise students during the construction process 3 or 4 days a week after school.
  • Ensure that costume shop is clean, organized, and equipment is maintained.

Technical and Dress Rehearsals

  • Attend all dress and technical rehearsals, working with costume running crew and hair and make-up crew to ensure a safe and productive rehearsal.
  • Help provide adult supervision backstage and in the green room.


  • Attend all performances, helping provide adult supervision for the backstage areas and overseeing costume and hair and make-up crews.


  • Attend strike, helping provide adult supervision of striking the costumes for the show.  Clean costumes pieces, reverse alterations as needed, and return costumes to stock or the various rental houses.


  • How to design and create appropriate costumes for a variety of productions.
  • How to create costumes.
  • The various local costume resources.
  • Hair and make-up techniques.
  • How to use and instruct students on the safe use of the following tools:
  • Sewing Machines
  • Sergers
  • Hand sewing techniques
  • Theater running crew responsibilities and etiquette.
  • How to teach young people about the craft and art of producing live theater.
  • The ability to keep on schedule and prioritize tasks.


  • The candidate should have practical costuming experience as well as knowledge of generally accepted safety procedures. Excellent communication skills and a positive attitude are important as you’ll be working with students and theater faculty. Preference will be given to candidates with professional or collegiate experience.
  • These are supplemental positions.  Pay for each will be discussed during interviews.

Do you see yourself being the perfect fit for these positions? If yes, then please contact Claire LaNicca at claire.lanicca@campbell.kyschools.us

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Auditions Announced for ANDRE’S MOTHER and MOTHER AND SONS at Middletown Lyric Theatre

MLT_logoAuditions for ANDRE’S MOTHER and MOTHER AND SONS by Terrence McNally

Middletown Lyric Theatre
1530 Central Avenue
Middletown, Ohio 45044

Directed by Charley Shafor

August 5, 6 & 7 @ 7pm – 8:30pm
Cold readings from script

November 1, 2, 8 & 9 – there is a matinee on the second Saturday

At Andre Gerard’s memorial, his lover Cal Porter tries one last time to get through to André’s mother, an imposing figure in Andre’s life. Not realizing her hidden emotions, he tells her everything he can before leaving her alone to deal with her own sense of grief and loneliness. Also attending are Cal’s father Arthur and his sister Penny. This small group of mourners let us see into the AIDS health crisis and how it can affect society’s outlook on acceptance.

It’s now twenty years since Andre Gerard’s funeral and his mother Katherine has decided to pay an unexpected visit to her late son’s partner Cal, who is now married to another man and has a young son. Challenged to face how society has changed around her, generations collide as she revisits the past and begins to see the life her son might have led. A multi-generation look at the AIDS crisis, gay marriage, survivor guilt, homophobia and fear are revealed through humor, anxiety, regret and longing and possibly a lesson that any problem can be solved with Oreos and milk.

CHARACTERS: All ethnicities considered. If you feel you look the age than please audition. Two of the characters in ANDRE’S MOTHER, Arthur Ogden and Penny Ogden have been cast

KATHERINE GERARD – This character plays herself at two different ages somewhere between her mid-to late 40’s to her 60’s. She has recently widowed and still angry and bitter over losing her only child to HIV. Katherine needs to show a wide range of emotion from humor to fear to abject sorrow.

CAL OGDAN – This character plays himself at two different ages ranging from his mid to late 20’s to his 40’s. He is a financial advisor. He was Andre’s partner and perhaps like other widows and widowers, still has deep feelings for a deceased partner that they will carry forever. Now married to Will, Cal is only too aware of how they live in a safer more accepting world

WILL PORTER—Will is in his late 20’s early 30’s and carries a physical confidence that gay men are now living in a more inclusive world and can marry the one they love. He is a writer who is very aware of what Andre meant to Cal but has accepted that Cal is in love with him until Katherine’s arrival.

BUD OGDAN-PORTER—Bud, son of Cal and Will, is a precocious 6-year-old boy who brings an innocence and love to an otherwise tense situation. We are looking for a boy between the age of 6 to 10 who can pass for a 6-8-year-old.

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