Casting: the private elections of a new world

The Iconic Woodstock Playhouse, Photo Artwork by Tommy and Tom Joscelyn

Headshots, resumes and letters of interest are already arriving daily from interested candidates who desire the positions that will have voices ringing out from the Woodstock Playhouse stage this summer in a season that will include Frank Loesser’s ‘Guys & Dolls’ and the Stephen Schwartz/Bob Fosse branded ‘Pippin’. This is one of the most exciting times for the theater, and one of the most private; just like when you’re planning that party and the guest list is the most important scribble of detail to which you’ll ever commit.

So, don’t be modest: Rising professionals, established performers, rising college musical theatre students and apprentices are invited to submit their interest during this pre-season search for talent.

Send a photo/headshot, performance resume and letter of interest with the subject line of ‘Woodstock Playhouse Casting’ to info@WoodstockPlayhouse.org, or send your submission by USPS to Woodstock Playhouse, P.O. Box 1434, Woodstock, NY 12498.

Great shows, like great parties, are the result of enthusiasm, commitment and chemical pairing. We’re creating that wonderful party; and, whether you will be a player on the stage or a guest in the audience, you’ll be delighted as you sip the punch steeped in time-honored tradition and reputation for some of the region’s finest theatre.

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    Douglas Farrell

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