NSCP presents Lucky Stiff

Lucky Stiff

This murder mystery farce propels a mild-mannered, English shoe clerk into a lunatic mix of a murdered Atlantic City casino manager, his near-sighted, jilted mistress, her hen-pecked brother and several hundred dogs. The shoe clerk will inherit six million dollars if he can successfully go on holiday with his uncle, the late departed casino manager, in Monte Carlo for a week. If he doesn’t pull it off, the money goes to the Universal Dog Home of Brooklyn – and if there is one thing in life that Harry hates, it’s dogs! With a tuneful score and a well-oiled plot, plus the ultimate happy ending, Lucky Stiff guarantees hilarity for one and all.

Performances are at the Little Theater in Shenedehowa High School East
. Use the Moe Rd campus entrance!

FREE ADMISSION! No tickets required!

Thursday, March 23 – 7:30
Friday, March 24 – 8:00
Saturday, March 25 – 8:00
Sunday, March 26 – 2:00

Director – Gary Hoffman
Musical Director – Chris Stefani
Choreographer – Trish Dembling
Producer – Regina Baker

NSCP Announces Fiddler on the Roof Auditions


Director: Marc de la Concha
Musical Director: Adrienne Sherman
Producer: Amy Clark
Performance Dates: July 14th -16th and 20th – 23rd
Performances will be outdoors on the Clifton Park Commons Stage
Audition Information:
WHEN: Tuesday April 11th and Thursday April 13th (Sign in will be at 6:30pm, Auditions begin at 7:00pm)
WHERE: Village Plaza Shopping Center: 19 Clifton Country Road, Clifton Park (2 doors down from Toys R Us)
Callbacks are scheduled for Saturday, April 15th from 11:00am-2:00pm
Please prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre song in the style of the show. Bring sheet music in the appropriate key. An accompanist will be provided. No a capella singing please.
Singing auditions will be followed by readings from the script and a dance combination.
Rehearsals are tentatively scheduled for Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7:00pm-10:00pm and Sunday from 2:00pm-5:00pm. Other dates may be considered based on conflicts. Please come with a complete list of conflicts to auditions.
Attendance is Mandatory for all Tech Week rehearsals – July 9th-13th.
Below is a breakdown of the characters.
Please Note: The age ranges for each individual character should serve as a guideline and not a requirement. Adults and children are encouraged to audition
If you have any additional questions, please contact Marc de la Concha (Director) at delaconcha.marc@gmail.com or Amy Clark (Producer) at aclark@bhbl.org
Tevye: The likeable, hard-working, pious dairyman who always tries to see the positive side of life. He is a proud patriarch and father of five daughters, closely raised according to the old scriptures. Age:45 to 60.
Golde: Tevye’s strong-willed wife who wishes for her daughters to have good husbands and live easier than she and Tevye.     Age:40 to 50.
Tzeitel: Tevye’s eldest daughter, who is madly in love with Motel. She is loyal to her family but typically challenges the town’s traditions. Age:18 to 25.
Hodel: Tevye’s second eldest daughter, who becomes involved with Perchik. She eventually leaves Anatevka to join Perchik in Siberia. Age:18 to 23.
Chava: Tevye’s middle daughter who loves to read. Falls in love and runs off with Fydeka, a Russian soldier. Age:15 to 20.
Shprintze: Tevye’s fourth eldest daughter who takes lessons at home from Perchik. Age:9 to 13.
Bielke: Tevye’s youngest daughter. Takes lessons at home from Perchik. Age:8 to 12.
Yente: The meddling matchmaker. She is a widow and village busybody who knows all of the town gossip. Age:50 to 60.
Motel: A poor and meek tailor who shares a deep love with Tzeitel. Sensitive and nervous, but sincere and friendly. Age:18 to 25.
Perchik: The outspoken student and visitor to Anatevka, who constantly challenges the traditions of the town. He eventually falls in love with Hodel. Age:20 to 30.
Lazar Wolf: The feisty, brawny butcher and the town’s wealthiest citizen who wishes to marry Tzeitel. Age:40 to 50.
Avram: Runs the local bookshop and keeps the town advised of all the news in the area. Age:30 to 50.

Mordcha: The Innkeeper. Age:30 to 50.

Rabbi: Anatevka’s Jewish spiritual leader. Age:50 to 60.

Mendel: The Rabbi’s son. Age:18 to 23.

Yussel: A Hatter. Age:30 to 50.

Nachum: A Beggar. Age:30 to 50.

Shaindel: Motel’s Mother. Age:40 to 50.

Grandma Tzeitel: Golde’s deceased grandmother, who endorses the marriage between Tzeitel and Motel. Age:60 to 75.
Fruma-Sarah: Lazar Wolf’s deceased first wife. She becomes enraged when her husband plans to wed Tzeitel. Age:35 to 45.
Constable: Russian military official stationed near Anatevka who knows the villagers well, however he has superficial relationships with the villagers. Age:35 to 45.
Fyedka: A strong, young Russian soldier who sees past his military obligations and falls in love with Chava. He challenges Tevye’s imposed silence. Age:20 to 25.

Sasha: Fyedka’s friend. Age:20 to 25.

The Fiddler: A symbol of tradition and balance in a changing world.

Ensemble: Additional Villagers, Bottle Dancers, Russian Soldiers, etc.