NSCP is Seeking Candidates for Board of Directors

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Not So Common Players is interested in adding one person to its Board of Directors.  We are seeking a dynamic, energetic, creative person who isn’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and help the organization set and achieve goals.

The mission of Not So Common Players is to produce a variety of high quality theatrical presentations, while providing hands-on educational opportunities in all aspects of theatre to both children and adults, and a meaningful experience for our many volunteers

Not So Common Players presents three musical theater productions each year.  We host a summer camp for kids as well as other events each year.   In addition, we will be hosting educational workshops in the coming year for all those interested in learning more about theater.  We are growing and need creative minds to help us along the way.

Please send a resume and letter of interest including what attributes you feel you could bring to NSCP.    Resumes, letters, and questions can be sent to David Rossi at DRossi20@aol.com.  Please reply no later than Friday, June 5.

NSCP is Pleased to Announce the Cast of Anything Goes

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Reno Sweeney – Heather D’Arcy
Billy Crocker – Tyler Thomas
Hope Harcourt – Heather-Liz Copps
Moonface Martin – Brian Avery
Erma – Allison McArdle
Lord Evelyn Oakleigh – Chris Stefani
Mrs. Wadsworth T. Harcourt – Melissa Putterman-Hoffmann
Elisha J. Whitney – Gary Hoffmann
Purser – Matthew Serianni
Captain – Nicholas Edwards
Minister/Sailor – Thomas Swimm
Luke – Madeline Falco
John – Madeline Corcoran
Fred/Sailor – Justin Phillips

Angels:
Chastity – Kaeli Heffner
Purity – Brenna Joyce
Virtue – Katelyn Crall
Charity – Kelsey Jessup

Sailors:
Nicholas Edwards
Matthew Serianni
Thomas Swimm
Justin Phillips
Joseph Byrne
Bryan Brown

Dancing Ensemble:
Leslie Sawyer
Grace Poniatowski
Mary Potash
Carolyn Frantz

Passengers/Photographers/etc.:

Jenna Morrissey, Audrey Lapinski, Molly McCarthy, Richie DiMaria, Henry DiMaria, Erik Ebert, Mary Graham, Hayley Crouth, Julie Mahoney, Belle Puccinella, Cassandra Wright, Kayla Seeley and Justine Pascual

NSCP Announces Auditions for Violet

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Auditions for

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Director: Alana Streifert

Musical Director: Matthew Streifert

Book & Lyrics by Brian Crawley              Music by Jeanine Tesori

Auditions will be held:

Sunday, May 17 @ 4:00pm (sign-in @ 3:30)

Monday, May 18 @ 7:00pm (sign-in @ 6:30)

Auditions will take place at the NSCP Storefront (next to Toys R Us) in the Village Plaza, 19 Clifton County Road, Clifton Park.

Rehearsals will begin in mid-August, with two weekends of performances in late October 2015 at the Shenendehowa East Little Theater.  (Exact show dates TBD.)

Please come prepared with 16-32 bars of a Broadway show tune.  An accompanist will be provided.  Singing from the show is fine.

Synopsis: As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she’s traveling across the 1964 Deep South towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist that will make her beautiful. Though she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those that are lying deeper than her skin; and on the way she meets a young, African-American Soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical “imperfections”.

Cast of Characters:

VIOLET – Female, 20-35 yrs old – Vocal Range: G3 – F5

The title character, a young North Carolina woman whose face was scarred in a childhood accident. She is stubborn and prickly, but filled with equal parts hope and obsession that she may heal and be made beautiful.

FLICK – Male, 20-30 yrs old – Vocal Range: C4 – E6

An African-American soldier; a dreamer and go-getter. He doesn’t enjoy the army, but enjoys the respect it garners him. There is something gentle, good about him, not to be interpreted or confused with weakness or lack of authority.

MONTY – Male, 20-30 yrs old – Vocal Range: A3 – G5

A paratrooper and Flick’s friend from basic training. Rough around the edges. Self-consumed, but not necessarily purposefully so. Fighting his own demons.

FATHER - Male, 35-45 yrs old – Vocal Range: A3 – F5

A simple, widowed man who lovingly raises his daughter alone doing the best he can with the little knowledge and resources he has to do so. Stern but friendly, smart but uneducated. Accidentally scars Violet’s face while he is chopping wood.

YOUNG VIOLET – Female, 10-13 yrs old – Vocal Range: A3 – E5

Not quite as guarded or prickly as her older self, but still tough and stubborn. She has a keen curiosity and the rough edges of being brought up solely by her father.

PREACHER – Male, 30-40 yrs old – Vocal Range: B3 – G5

An impassioned, theatrical man who preaches with all the bravado he can muster. Once had a true healing touch but has lost it in his quest to become a showman. Dismissive and egotistical. (Actor may double as Bus Driver, Rufus, Radio Singer, and Bus Driver 4.)

GOSPEL SOLOIST – Female, 50-70 yrs old – Vocal Range: F3 – G5

A member of the volunteer choir that sings for the Preacher’s telecast. Sings for God with passion and power. African-American. (Actor may double as Landlady and Woman Knitting.)

MABEL – Female, 35-45 yrs old – Vocal Range: A3 – G5

A talkative woman on the greyhound bus who shares stories of her many husbands and how she loves gray eyes. (Actor may double as Music Hall Singer and Woman With Fan.)

OLD LADY – Female, 55-65 yrs old – Vocal Range: F3 – E5

A former beauty in her heyday. Staunch, tired and frustrated with life. (Actor may double as Hotel Singer and Old Lady 2.)

EARL – Male, 50-70 yrs old – Vocal Range: B3 – F5

A strange character on the greyhound bus who sneaks smokes in the bathroom and is carrying a smelly suitcase he claims holds a flea circus. (Actor may double as Radio Soloist, Waiter, Leroy Evans, Mechanic, and Bus Driver 3.)

VIRGIL – Male, 20-25 yrs old – Range: B3 – B5

The Preacher’s assistant. Knows the smoke & mirrors of the Preacher’s show and must begrudgingly deal with anyone who might derail it. (Actor may double as Billy Dean, Creepy Guy, Radio Singer, and Bus Driver 2.)

* If you have any questions, please contact the Director, Alana Streifert, at alana.streifert@gmail.com or call Pat O’Donnell 518-371-6681

Broadway's Freddy Ramirez at NSCP

On Saturday, April 11 Broadway’s Freddy Ramirez presented a tap dance workshop with Not So Common Players.  Freddy had participants dancing for over 90 minutes and taught the class a routine from the broadway production of Anything Goes. Participants had a great time, worked hard, and learned a lot!!

As NSCP prepares for auditions for it’s summer production of Anything Goes, we are very grateful to Freddy for his time and talent!  Please consider taking one of Freddy’s classes right here in the Capital District!

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NSCP to host screening and discussion of “That Reminds Me”

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Creating A Series: From Conception to Premiere

That Reminds Me…a sitcom about the outrageous things that happen when you’re with the people you love. With Janie, Kelsey, and their mom Elaine (and don’t forget Aunt Carol, Dad Carter, Dad Martin, and Grandpa Kelsey) there’s always a story!

Come join the Not So Common Players and the executive producing team of That Reminds Me…, including Clifton Park’s own Monica Cangero, for a preview screening of the first 3 episodes of this new made-for-web series and a discussion of the journey from conception to the fully realized Season 1 of That Reminds Me… with a moderated Q and A.

May 27, 2015 at 7 PM

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library

475 Moe Road

Clifton Park, NY 12065

Tap Dance Workshop Being Offered By Broadway’s Freddy Ramirez!

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Thinking about auditioning for Not So Common Players production of Anything Goes? Want to practice your tap dancing skills?  Give yourself a leg up by registering for a one-day tap workshop sponsored by Not So Common Players and taught by Broadway’s Freddy Ramirez!!

Freddy will be offering a one-day workshop to help you learn the basics of tap or give you an opportunity to brush-up and improve your skills.  All are welcome regardless of previous experience.  Even if you aren’t available for Anything Goes we’d still love for you to share in this educational opportunity!

The workshop will be held Saturday, April 11 from 5:30 – 7 PM at The Shenendehowa Adult Community Center, 6 Clifton Common Bldv. Clifton Park, NY 12065.   There is no fee for participants but pre-registration is strongly encouraged but not required.

Let us know you’re coming by replying to our Facebook post or send an email to DRossi20@aol.com

Not So CommonKids Summer Camp 2015

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Not So Common Kids is an educational experience for students ages 8-15.   Students will spend their morning participating in classes with professionally trained actors and musicians.  Students will learn, practice and improve their skills in acting, singing, movement and improvisation.  During the afternoon, students will participate as actors and stage crew in The Little Mermaid, Jr. They will learn about the process of producing a musical and present their finished product in a live outdoor performance on the Clifton Common stage on the evening of July 17 & July 18 at 5:00 p.m. – weather permitting.

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Time: 9:00 a.m. –  3:00 p.m.

Bring lunch, two snacks & beverage

Fee: $400    Sibling discount fee – contact for info.

(Fee includes costumes and books)

REGISTRATION CAN BE COMPLETED THROUGH THE CLIFTON PARK OFFICE OF PARKS AND RECREATION LOCATED IN TOWN HALL

Site: To Be Announced

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Camp Directors: David Rossi and Sean Carter

For more information please call 518-779-5061

Not So Common Players Present Little Women

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Not So Common Players will present their Spring 2015 production of  the musical Little Women on April 10-12 and 16-19. The production will take place in the Community Room at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library on Moe Road in Clifton Park. The show is at 7:30 PM Thursday, 8 PM Friday and Saturday and 2 PM Sunday.

Little Women is based on Louisa May Alcott’s life.  The story follows the adventures of sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March. Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested – her friend Professor Bhaer tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Begrudgingly taking this advice, Jo weaves the story of herself and her sisters and their experience growing up in Civil War America. Little Women embodies the complete theatrical experience, guaranteeing a night filled with laughter, tears, and a lifting of the spirit.

Brian Avery directs the show, with musical direction by Linda Zanitto.  Marlene Countermine is the producer.

Not So Common Players are sponsored by the Town of Clifton Park. Performances are free and open to the public.

NSCP Announces Auditions for July Production of Anything Goes

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Announce Auditions for Cole Porter’s

ANYTHING GOES

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Director: Michael Camelo

Producer: Jill Ross

Musical Director: Adrienne Sherman

Choreographer: Chiara Marcario

Auditions will be held:

Tuesday, April 28 and Thursday, April 30

At 7:00 p.m.    Sign-in at 6:30 p.m.

All auditions will take place at the NSCP Storefront (next to Toys R Us) in the Village Plaza, 19 Clifton County Road, Clifton Park. Ages 14 and up, please.

Rehearsals begin in early May, with performances July 17-19 and July 23-26 at The Common in Clifton Park.

Please come prepared with 16-32 bars of a Broadway show tune. No a capella singing. An accompanist will be provided. Wear comfortable clothing, as there will be a dance audition. (If you are interested in auditioning for a tapping role, please come prepared for a tap audition.) This is a dance-heavy show, and while dancing is not required for every role, all must be “good movers.” There will be readings from the script.

Anything Goes is an amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s magical scores. This age-old tale of boy-meets-girl and the complications will intrigue every audience. It’s a wonder that all the romances are sorted out and disaster is averted aboard the magical ship where Anything Goes!

Cast of Characters:

Reno Sweeney (female/mezzo/belter) 20-45, lead; Nightclub singer, former evangelist, must be able to move well, tap preferred but not required.

Billy Crocker (male/tenor) 21-36, lead; Whitney’s “general manager,” In love with Hope, must be able to move well, dancer preferred but not required.

Hope Harcourt (female/soprano) 19-30, lead; love interest of Billy Crocker, engage to Lord Evelyn Oakleigh, must be able to move well, partner dancing preferred but not required.

Moonface Martin (male/tenor) 40-65, supporting; Public Enemy #13, hiding from the law, strong comedic timing required, character voice preferred but not required.

Erma (female/mezzo) 21-32, supporting; Moll, traveling with Moonface Martin, dancer, character voice preferred but not required.

Lord Evelyn Oakleigh (male/baritone) 30-45, supporting; English gentleman, engaged to Hope Harcourt, love interest of Reno Sweeney, strong comedic timing required.

Mrs. Wadsworth T. Harcourt (female/spoken) 50-65, supporting; mother of Hope, society matron, trying to hold on to her position in society.

Elisha J. Whitney (male/baritone) 50-65, supporting; Wall Street executive, Yale man, must have good comedic timing.

Purser (male/baritone) 18-30, cameo; Purser of the liner “American,” will also double in the ensemble.

Captain (male/baritone) 40-60, cameo; Skipper of the “American,” will also double in the ensemble.

Minister (male/spoken) 35-60, cameo; Minister takes the fall for Moonface.

Luke (male/spoken) 20-55, cameo; Chinese, Christian convert and gambler, strong comedic timing.

John (male/spoken) 20-55, cameo; Chinese, Christian convert and gambler, strong comedic timing.

Chastity (Angel) – a girl in the back-up vocal quartet for Reno’s act, dancer preferred.

Purity (Angel) – a girl in the back-up vocal quartet for Reno’s act, dancer preferred.

Virtue (Angel) – a girl in the back-up vocal quartet for Reno’s act, dancer preferred.

Charity (Angel) – a girl in the back-up vocal quartet for Reno’s act, dancer preferred.

Fred (Bartender) – In the first scene, also doubles in the ensemble.

Photographers, Reporters, Sailors, Crew members, Passengers, FBI agents, Sailor Quartet, Old Lady in Wheelchair – Large ensemble that will play many different roles and be on stage often.

Any questions, or if you can’t attend auditions, please contact the Director, Michael Camelo at m.camelo@aol.com

NSCP is pleased to Announce the Cast of Little Women

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Not So Common Players is pleased to announce the cast of Little Women. Thank you to all who auditioned and congratulations to those who were cast!

Jo March – Heather D’Arcy

Professor Bhaer – Peter Caracappa

Amy March – Jordan Fyvie

Meg March – Allison McArdle

Beth March – Kaeli Heffner

Marmee March – Judi Merriam

Mr. Laurence – Bill McColl

Laurie Laurence – Marc Christopher

Aunt March – Marilyn Detmer

Mr. John Brooke – Michael Camelo

The show will take place April 10-12 and 16-19 at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, 475 Moe Road in Clifton Park. Thursday at 7:30PM, Friday & Saturday at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM.

NSCP Announces 2015 Season

THE NOT SO COMMON PLAYERS ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2015 SEASON!


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In the spring of 2015, NSCP welcomes Brian Avery to the director’s chair with the musical Little Women. Based on the life and novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women follows the adventures of sisters Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy March. Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested – her friend Professor Bhaer tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Begrudgingly taking this advice, Jo weaves the story of herself and her sisters and their experience growing up in Civil War America.




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In the summer of 2015, Not So Common Players and director Michael Camelo will bring the musical Anything Goes to the Common. Anything Goes is an amusing story wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s magical scores. This age-old tale of boy-meets-girl and the complications that ensue will intrigue every audience. It’s a wonder that all the romances are sorted out and disaster is averted aboard the magical ship where Anything Goes!





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In the fall of 2015, Not So Common Players welcomes back Alana and Matt Streifert to direct Violet. This moving story depicts a young woman with a scarred face, who in 1964, embarks on a journey by bus from her farm in North Carolina, all the way to Tulsa, Oklahoma in order to be healed and made beautiful through the healing touch of a TV evangelist. Along her journey Violet is able to repair the scars that are lying deeper than her skin and meets a young African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical “imperfections.” Violet will be a must see!

NSCP is proud to announce the Cast and Crew of CHESS

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CHESS, THE MUSICAL – PERFORMANCES AT SHEN HS EAST – OCTOBER 17-26

CAST:

Burke John Old Gregor/ensemble
Caracappa Peter Walter
Coons Adam Arbitor
Copps Heather-Liz Svetlana
Dembling Matt ensemble
Depew Bill Nicholai
Hahn Shawn Anatoly
Jene Jeffrey Molokov
Jones Brandon Freddie
Kelly Alysson ensemble
Lenahan Dawn ensemble
Moran Sarah ensemble
McColl William Associated Press Reporter/ensemble
McGrath Molly Florence
Popova Julia ensemble
Sanderson William ensemble
Serdyuk Alisa Female Reporter
Smith Laura Zeltman ensemble
Stefani Chris Insulting Reporter

CREW:

Meredith Frank Director
Sherman Adrienne Music Director
Burke Sally Producer
Petrillo Neale Set Design/Master Carpenter
Fitizzi Sara Choreographer
Boynton Karen Costumer
Mackenzie Jim Lights
Lord Joel Sound
Katz Sarah Assistant Sound
Goodwin Julia Assistant to Costumer
Concra Joe and Maryann Props
Brand Katie Graphic Design
Lenehan Marcia Make-up Design
Burke John Set Construction
Heinrichs-Loeffel Bettina Set Painting Design
Charlebois Elise Stage Manager Rehearsals
Werner Jen Stage Manager Performances
Petrik Irina Dialect Coach
Heath Dan Stage Crew/Set Construction
Jakubowski Jeff Stage Crew

NOT SO COMMON PLAYERS presents CHESS, the musical

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Book by Richard Nelson
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Benny Andersson and
Bjorn Ulvaeus

Directed by: Frank Meredith
Musical Direction by Adrienne Sherman
Choreography by Sara Fittizzi
Produced by Sally Burke

 

October 17, 18, 18 and 23, 24, 25, 26
Friday/Saturday 8 PM; Thursday 7:30 PM; Sunday 2:00 PM
Shenendehowa HS East (Moe Road Entrance)

All performances are FREE and open to all!

Sponsored by the Town of Clifton Park with additional funding through a grant from Saratoga Arts which is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

21194-NSCP-Chess+LR+RET“Chess is a musical with book by Richard Nelson, music by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, formerly of ABBA, and with lyrics by Tim Rice. The story involves a romantic triangle involving two chess grandmasters, an American and a Soviet, fighting over a woman who manages one and falls in love with the other—all in the context of a politically-driven, Cold War-era tournament between the two men. Although the protagonists were not intended to represent any specific individuals, the character of the American was loosely based on Bobby Fischer, while elements of the story may have been inspired by the chess careers of Russian grandmasters Viktor Korchnoi and Anatoly Karpov.”

Not So Common players is excited to produce this amazing rock opera, borrowing concepts from many other productions over the past 25 years. We hope the authors will be pleased with our effort.

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NOT SO COMMON PLAYERS is proud to announce a stellar cast, featuring Molly Rose McGrath (Florence), Shawn Hahn (Anatoly) and Brandon Jones (Freddie), with an ensemble including: John Burke (Gregor), Peter Caracappa (Walter), Adam Coons (Arbitor), Heather-Liz Copps (Svetlana), Matt Dembling, Bill Depew (Nicholai), Caitlyn Efner (Young Florence), Jeffrey Jene (Molokov), Alyson Kelly, Diane Lenahan, Bill McColl, Sarah Moran, Julia Popova, Marisa Reimer, Bill Sanderson, Allisa Serdyuk, Laura  Zeltman Smith and Chris Stefani.

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Contact: Sally Burke, 877-5648; Pat O’Donnell, 371-6681

Auditions Announced for LITTLE WOMEN

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Auditions for Little Women

Directed & Choreographed By: Brian Avery

Producer: Marlene Countermine

Musical Direction: Linda Zanitto

Stage Manager: Regina Baker

Costumes: Debbie Lummis

Set Design: Michael McDermott

Sound Design: Winn Huntley

Make-Up: Marcia Marra Lenehan

Hair: Elizabeth Sherwood-Mack

Props: Jill Ross

**Recommended ages: 16 and Up**

All auditions will take place at the NSCP Storefront in the Village Plaza Strip Mall by Toys R Us off of Rt. 146 Clifton Park.

Auditions will be held:

Tuesday January 13th 630pm

Thursday January 15th 630pm

Callbacks-

Friday January 16th 630pm (You will be notified by phone if you need to attend callbacks.)

***Anyone interested in the role of Jo should become familiar with the song Astonishing***

Rehearsals will begin in February.

Show Dates: April 10-12 & 16-19 at the Clifton Park Library.

ALL ROLES AVAILBALE!!!!!!!!

Please come prepared with 16-32 bars of a broadway musical that showcases your talent. NO A CAPELLA SINGING! Singing from the show is recommended but not required. Please bring a headshot and resume as well as comfortable shoes.

SYNOPSIS: Based on Louisa May Alcott’s life, Little Women, follows the adventures of sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March. Jo is trying to sell her stories for publication, but the publishers are not interested – her friend Professor Bhaer tells her that she has to do better and write more from herself. Begrudgingly taking this advice, Jo weaves the story of herself and her sisters and their experience growing up in Civil War America.

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

AMY MARCH The youngest, most energetic sister with a rather pompous air about her. She later marries Laurie.

Range: Cb4 – Gb5

AUNT MARCH A formidable, over-bearing matron and great-aunt to the March sisters. The wealthy socialite in town.

Range: E3 – F5

BETH MARCH The second youngest sister who tragically dies of Scarlet Fever. Peace-maker, lover, and an optimist who is always encouraging her sisters to dream.

Range: A3 – G5

JO MARCH Our story’s protagonist. Passionate, adventurous, and brave. She has the idea of writing Little Women and eventually becomes engaged to Professor Bhaer.

Range: E3 – A5

LAURIE LAURENCE The bright-eyed boy-next-door with considerable charm. He loves Jo but later falls in love with Amy.

Range: Bb2 – Bb4

MARMEE MARCH The girls’ mother. She is the strong backbone of the family, who is courageous in spite of the difficult odds she faces.

Range: Eb3 – Eb5

MEG MARCH The world-weary, yet hopeful, oldest sister who yearns for a great life. She marries John and has twins with him.

Range: A#3 – Gb5

MR. JOHN BROOKE Laurie’s tutor and a rather stiff man; shows very little emotion. He later marries Meg and changes.

Range: C#3 – F#4

PROFESSOR BHAER German Professor who exemplifies proper manners. He is a boarder in Mrs. Kirk’s boarding house and eventually falls in love with Jo.

Range: G2 – F#4

MR. LAURENCE Laurie’s grandfather. Seems harsh and intimidating, Befriends Beth. Older.

Range: Baritone

Questions please email the Director: Brian Avery at Music1504@hotmail.com

Call for 2016 Directors, Music Directors and Production Staff

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Call for Directors, Musical Directors, Producers, and Production Staff

For 2016 Season

Clifton Park: Not So Common Players (NSCP) calls for directors, musical directors, producers, and production staff for the 2016 Season.  The productions, sponsored by the Town of Clifton Park, are FREE theatre.  Performances are April/May, July (on the Clifton Common), and October/November.  Submissions accepted through April 15th 2015.

NSCP’s first production was in June 2001…You’re Gonna Love Tomorrowand has proven true for the group, now in its 14th season.  Other shows include Little Shop of Horrors, Into The Woods, Wizard Of Oz, The Spitfire Grill, Godspell, Cinderella, Oliver! Anyone Can Whistle, Cinderella, Man of La Mancha, The Music Man, Chess, State Fair, Secret Garden, A…My Name Will Always Be Alice,  and our NSCKids productions Annie, Jr., Guys and Dolls, Jr.  and G2K Oklahoma!

In 2015 NSCP presents:  Little Women (April), Anything Goes (July), NSCKids The Little Mermaid, Jr. (July) and Violet (October).

Check out the website for more information.  www.notsocommonplayers.org

Interested Directors, Musical Directors, Producers, and Production Staff should mail a resume and show submission requests to:

Not So Common Players, P.O. Box 296, Clifton Park, NY 12065, Attention:  Pat O’Donnell.  Fax: 383-5088; email: patodonnell@cliftonpark.org.

Deadline for submissions is April 15th 2015.

NSCP will present 3 musical theatre productions and possibly 1 play and/or 1staged reading in 2016.

NSCP encourages members of the community to get involved in musical theatre, drama, and staged readings.  We seek to provide growth and learning experiences for all with each production and to promote enthusiasm for theatre throughout the community.

For additional information:  Pat O’Donnell at 371-6681.

The mission of Not So Common Players is to produce a variety of high quality theatrical presentations, while providing hands-on educational opportunities in all aspects of theatre to both children and adults, and a meaningful experience for our many volunteers.