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The Barn Theatre, Montville, NJ announces auditions for Solstice Showcase One Acts 2024
May 19 2024 Sunday 7pm – 9:30pm
May 20 2024 Monday 7pm – 9:30pm

June 7 Friday 2024 – One Acts PERFORMANCE 8pm
June 8 Saturday 2024 – One Acts PERFORMANCE 8pm
June 9 Sunday 2024 – One Acts PERFORMANCE 2pm

The Barn Theatre of Montville NJ is proud to announce the return of The Solstice Showcase, its biennial festival of original one-act plays. This three-day event showcases new works of up-and-coming playwrights from the NJ/NY area and beyond and other theatrical talent.

Sides from the scripts will be made available at the audition. All roles available however some roles may be cast before open auditions. Check back for casting updates. Casting is open to all ethnicities and races. Newcomers are especially welcome. Crew and other volunteers are also needed for the event.

We are currently looking for actors to fill the following roles:

Is There a Doctor in the House?
written by Sharon Garry
directed by Joanne Rich

A family deals with big decisions being made for a future career path.

Joey Esposito: (Donna DellaCamp): non-binary, mid-twenties drag performer.

Al Esposito: Male, late 50s. Owner/operator of a successful auto repair business. Father to Joey.


The Audience
written by Donna Romankow Boyd
directed by Ed Faver

It’s a few minutes before curtain at a Broadway house. A theatre fan has to navigate the cast of characters in the audience before enjoying the cast of characters on stage.

Sandy: Female, Mid to late 40s, gossipy, loud

Jay: Male mid to late 40’s, high energy

Di: Female late 40s, married to JAY, reasonable

Jeanie: Female Mid-20s, obsessed with social media, dating MICK

Mick: Male Mid-20s, bluework everyman; , clueless


When The Spirit Hits You
written by Bob MacKay
directed by Bill Kaufman

A young couple has inherited a magnificent upscale apartment with a view and a somewhat frisky ghost. The widow upstairs is more than happy to help.

Male: mid 20s to 30s. Open to a wide variety of types.

Female: mid 20s to 30s. Open to a wide variety of types.

Older Woman: 50s to early 60s  . Flexible casting. Comic timing is essential.


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