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2010 Arts Management Excellence Award

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Our auditorium is now equipped with an ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICE

System, provided to our patrons at no additional cost.

 

 

BUS STOP—Travel back with us to America in the 1950s. You can get there by way of “Bus Stop,” the William Inge classic set in a roadside diner just west of Kansas City where a big snowstorm has temporarily marooned several bus passengers headed to Topeka and beyond. Bus Stop manages to charm its audience with sentimental characters and a slice-of-life storyline that taps into our inherent longing for a simpler, more innocent past.

 

 

Oct 17

Through

Nov 23

ADOPT A SEAT!

 

Chautauqua Playhouse is in the process of replacing seats in the auditorium.  As this is a costly endeavor, we ask that you consider adopting a seat.

 

For any donation of $25 or more, your name will be placed on a plaque in the auditorium as a donor.

 

For $100, you may “adopt” a specific seat and have an engraved plaque put on that seat, as a donor or in memory of a loved one.

 

Donations may be sent to  Chautauqua Playhouse.  Please designate that your contribution is for the Chautauqua Seat Fund.

 

Thank you in advance for your consideration and generosity.

Next Show:

November 16 at 2 pm

All Seats $10

The Howling Detective—October 25, November 1, November 8

Noon and 2 pm

 

Inspector Dogleash is now Private Investigator Dogleash and he has been hired by Irene Mousearty to investigate accusations of bad milk be sold at the Kitty Kat Klub.  Is the owner, Lilly LePurr really guilty of fraudulent business, or is Dogleash being played the fool? 

Chautauqua Children’s Theatre

Auditions:  Rodger Hoopman’s Scrooge

Monday - October 27th – 7:00 pm. – at Chautauqua Playhouse – 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael

Chautauqua Playhouse will be holding auditions for the upcoming annual production of Rodger Hoopman’s “Scrooge”, a musical adaptation of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”.

The show goes into rehearsal on November 3rd and opens on December 5th.  Performances continue through December 23.

Needed:

(Parts also double in ensemble and other characters)

Young Woman to play Belle:  Must sing well, some dancing is helpful; strong acting skills

Young Man to play Young Ebenezer Scrooge – Must sing well, high baritone or tenor, dancing a plus, strong acting skills.

Child (male or female) for a variety of parts – must sing and be able to memorize lines

Audition will consist of cold readings from the script.  Please prepare a short song to sing and be prepared to learn a number from the show.

Director/Choreographer – Warren Harrison

For more information, please email Warren@cplayhouse.org

AUDITION!!