Five-time NFL champion and two-time Super Bowl champion, Vince Lombardi is the man behind every Green Bay Packers’ legend. Whether you bleed green and gold or enjoy a fantastic piece of theatre, you won’t want to miss this!

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The Southwestern Suburban Symphony will present the 2nd Annual Madrigal Dinner and Yuletide Concert at the Indian Community School, 10405 W. St. Martins Rd. in Franklin on December 16, 2018.

Auditions are scheduled on Sunday, November 4th beginning at 2:00 p.m. All roles are paid.

Roles include:

JESTER………………………………………….Master of Ceremonies  (Aged 20 – 45)                   LEAD

KING HENRY…………………………………Host of the Madrigal Dinner  (Aged 35 – 60)         LEAD

THE BARD of GALWAY………………….Royal Storyteller   (Aged 20 – 45)                            LEAD

LORD/LADY FUMBLEMORE………….Royal Wordsmith  (Aged 30 – 50)  Male or Female

FRIAR LAWRENCE XAVIER……………Monk  (Aged 28 – 50)    Full Figured Character


LADY MARGARET PEGGY…………….Redundant Royal  (Aged 35 – 50) Male or Female


LORD/LADY CANTERBURY…………..Noble   (Aged 20 – 35) Male or Female


QUEEN ISABELLE…………………………Spouse of King Henry


SYNOPSIS:  Join the royal Court of King Henry CMXLII for a night of frolic and fancy you won’t soon forget!  A host of wacky characters spreads the fun around thickly as the audience, playing the part of esteemed dinner guests, experience non-stop mirth and music in this comedy for all ages.


We rehearse Tuesday- Thursdays 6:30-8:30 at the school, St Jude apostle. The first show is 4,5 grade kids starting the second week in January with performance dates March 1, and 2.  Show has not been finalized as of yet.

The second show is May 10, and 11.  Rehearsals are same time and days from End of February to May. Show has not been announced yet, but will be Little Mermaid JR.

We are primarily looking for a rehearsal pianist and possible performance pianist as well. Previous work with children is important, and some musical direction will be necessary.

Contact Ashley Abshire for more information:


Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is hiring the position of Wardrobe Supervisor for the production of CHRISTMAS IN BABYLON.  This production will take place in the Studio Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center.


Duties shall include, but are not limited to: preparing the dressing rooms and stage for all wardrobe needs; assisting the designer with load-in, costume repairs and rigging during tech; maintaining run sheets; presetting, tracking and maintaining costumes; coordinating and executing quickchanges; laundry, drycleaning, and maintaining wardrobe supplies for the duration of the production; cleaning and organizing all costumes and dressing rooms at strike.


This position runs from November 17-December 23, 2018, plus attendance at one run through prior to tech.


Please contact Brandy Kline, Production Manager, at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre for more information or to apply.


MCT Office: 414-276-8842 OR



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$60/class – 30 minute time slots

Class includes a video copy of the class for your own use!


Sunday, October 21st



Monday, November 5th



Industry Professionals Welcome!

For ages 11 and up.


Click Here to register.


Classes are held at Brass Bell Music Store

210 W. Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee, WI

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AUDITION NOTICE:  THE LAST CYCLIST, a Milwaukee Premiere in April 2019

Cardinal Stritch University, The Holocaust Education Resource Center, and the Jewish Community Center are pleased to announce auditions for THE LAST CYCLIST, a play by Naomi Patz making its Milwaukee premiere in April 2019!  Directed by Mark Boergers, this production is a unique collaboration that will bring Cardinal Stritch University Students (cast and crew) together with Professional Milwaukee actors, designers, and stage managers.

General Auditions will take place on Saturday, October 20th from 10 AM to 4 PM in 5-minute increments at the Nancy Kendall Theater on the campus of Cardinal Stritch University.  Email Casting Director, Marcee Doherty-Elst, to schedule an audition time (

Please note:  there are limited available audition slots – act now to schedule your audition and have the greatest chance of booking your time on Saturday 10/20.  Once the audition slots are filled, actors who are interested may be placed on an audition waiting list.  Auditions are by appointment only – no walk ups will be permitted.

Please visit the link below for more information about the production and audition details.

The show will rehearse in February 2019 with performances in April 2019.  The Director is looking to cast between 5 and 8 Professional actors of all backgrounds and age ranges in the production.  All Professional actors will be paid a competitive stipend.

Location: Auditions will be held in the Nancy Kendall Theater on the main campus of Cardinal Stritch University (Joan Steele Stein Center for Communications and Fine Arts) located at 6801 N. Yates Road.  For auditions, please follow signs for the Nancy Kendall Theater and park in Lot 5.  Check in at the desk in the main lobby of the theater near the box office.

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Auditions for CHRISTMAS BELLES at Sunset Playhouse

A large cast is needed for this comedy.  All ages

Auditions: Monday, October 1 – Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Callbacks: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 (if necessary)

Rehearsals: Monday, October 22 – Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Performances: Thursday, November 29 – Sunday, December 23, 2018


CHRISTMAS BELLES will be directed by Becky Spice. Auditions will consist of readings from the script.

Auditioners will be asked to fill out an Audition Information Sheet prior to auditions; one may fill this out the night of the auditions or ahead of time at You must be available for EVERY technical rehearsal (Friday before Opening through Preview Night) and EVERY performance to be cast in this show.


Visit for a synopsis of this hilarious comedy and character descriptions. Call 262-782-4431×221 for more information.


Sunset Playhouse, 700 Wall Street, Elm Grove, WI  53122



Milwaukee Opera Theatre presents:


Music by John Glover, Words by Kelley Rourke
Inspired by the novel Eat the Document by Dana Spiotta

Featuring Andrew Wilkowske and Jack Forbes Wilson


“The point isn’t to win,” according to Nash, a key character in Dana Spiotta’s award-winning Eat the Document. A radical remnant of the 70s who now presides over an anarchist bookstore, Nash draws the disaffected youth of the 1990s into a shifting series of “collectives.”  In this musical response to Spiotta’s novel, the team behind “Guns N; Rosenkavalier” and “Lucy” explores the two eras – their language, technology, music and activism.  ​With special guest Dana Spiotta.

Wednesday, October 10 at 8:00 PM
Thursday, October 11, at 8:00 PM
Friday, October 12, at 8:00 PM

Doors open at 7:30

Tickets: $25 General Admission / $15 Students and Artists

Order online at or by calling 1-800-838-3006

Location: Boswell Book Company
2559 N Downer Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211

Stage Direction:                                                        Music Direction:
Jill Anna Ponasik                                                        Jack Forbes Wilson

And Starring our 70s Operatic Jam Band: Andrew Wilkowske, Eva Nimmer, Kat Wodke, Monique Ross, John Glover, Joe Riggenbach, and Jill Anna Ponasik

For more information:
Contact: Jill Anna Ponasik, Artistic Director, Milwaukee Opera Theatre or 917.684.0512


Milwaukee Opera Theatre is Milwaukee’s micro-brewery for opera, proudly producing small batches of high quality, local lyric theatre.  We tell stories through music…unconventionally.



Looking for professional headshots, but don’t want to pay those outrageous prices? JT Backes Photography offers an affordable service to actors, high school seniors, and many others. Dates for FALL shoots include: SEPTEMBER: 22, 23, 29, and 30. OCTOBER: 6 and 7. Limited time available. Book today! Questions? Visit the facebook page ( or OR send an email to

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or fall classes at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater! We still have a few spots available, and some start as soon as September 10th!
Our classes include
• a two part Acting for the Camera series, focusing on acting technique, auditioning, networking in today’s industry (register for part 1 here, and part 2 here!)
Stage Combat, which focuses on unarmed combat with an opportunity to test for Level 1 certification with Duel Arts International (register here)
• a three part Basic Acting series, which explores fundamentals of acting including monologues, character development and scenework (Register for part 1 here, part 2 here, and part three is coming in the spring!)

Additional information can be found at–Learn/Business–Adult-Training/Adult-Classes/

Questions can be directed to Auburn Matson, Education Administrator at


Come join Acting for the Camera II! Class starts Monday, September 10th, but we still do have spots available! If have previously taken Acting for the Camera I or have previous on-camera acting experience and are ready to learn more, this class is perfect for you!


Acting for the Camera II focuses on developing more deeply the key technical skills introduced in Acting for the Camera I. Through individually tailored, real-world material, the instructor will lead you through commercial, theatrical, slate, interview, and monologue work. The class will devote time each week to honing on-camera practice and critique in the five major areas listed above. The goal of this class is to give each student a stronger sense of developed skill, confidence, industry preparedness, and a slew of marketable reel material. Please contact Auburn Matson with a brief summary of your qualifications if you have any questions about your eligibility for this course.


Instructor: Thomas Adisi
Class Fee: $200
Prerequisite: Acting for the Camera I
Next session: September 10, 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15 from 5:30–7:30pm.


Follow this link to register online: