Bunbury Players Announce Auditions for “Lullaby of Broadway”

Announcing auditions for Bunbury Players’ production ofLULLABY OF BROADWAYSongs from the Golden Age of Musicals Directed by Megan Anderson and Garrett D. WestChoreography by Susi ThomasMusical Direction by Carol Hawks Sunday, May 7th at 1:00 PMPrince of Peace Lutheran Church4 Northcrest DriveClifton Park, NY 12065 No preparation is needed. You…

Bunbury Players Need Additional Actors for Festival of One-Acts

The Bunbury Players are still in search of some performers of any gender identity to fill roles for our Festival of One-Acts! It is a low-commitment (2-3 rehearsals tops) and NO line memorization required! You also only have to be available for ONE of the performance dates – March 24,…

Announcing Auditions for Bunbury Players’ Production of “Twelfth Night”

Announcing auditions for Bunbury Players’ production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare Directed by Sean T. Baldwin All roles are open to performers of all ages, ethnicities and gender identities. Viola — An aristocratic young woman. Following a shipwreck, she disguises herself as a young woman named Cesario and goes…

Bunbury Players Announce Auditions for Virtual Production of “A Christmas Carol”

Announcing auditions for Bunbury Players’ virtual production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol Adapted by James Hutchinson Directed by Garrett D. West All roles are open to performers of all ages, ethnicities and gender identities. Actor #1: Ebenezer Scrooge (a bitter old miser) Actor #2: Fred (Scrooge’s nephew), Young Scrooge…

Bunbury Players Need Two Male Actors for “The Heidi Chronicles”

The Bunbury Players are still in search of two male-presenting actors to portray two wonderfully written characters in The Heidi Chronicles! Scoop Rosenbaum: Heidi’s sometime lover, a charismatic, Jewish journalist with irresistible charm and sex appeal; he’s an insightful, successful, well-educated overachiever who is attractive and self-centered; incredibly smart, with an ability…

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