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Monday, June 26th

The Br!NK Br!efs are ten-minute plays written by Midwestern woman Playwrights that will premiere during our Br!NK New Play Festival Weekend. These seven, exciting new plays will be performed on the Cabaret Stage at the Broadway Theater Center, September 9-10, 2017.

Auditions for “The Br!efs” will be held at the Broadway Theatre Center (158 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI) on Monday, June 26th beginning at 5:00 PM. Auditions will be in 30 minute increments, with eight slots available for each group. Please plan to be available for the full, half hour audition slot.

Roles include: Friends, Lovers, Sisters, Mothers, Dogs, Robots, Clowns AND SO MUCH MORE!
Please prepare one contemporary, two-minute monologue for the audition – either comedic or dramatic and bring one headshot and resume if you have one.


8/20 6-9PM 1st Read-Through
9/8 5-10PM TECH
9/9 – 3PM Performance 1 (pre-show call times TBD)
9/10 – 3PM Performance 2 (pre-show call times TBD)

Rehearsals will be August 26- September 7 – Please come to auditions with all conflicts ready for the rehearsal dates.
We have 12 roles available for women (various ages) – two are specifically for ages 50-80 and 5 roles available for men (various ages).
If you are unable to join us for auditions, please contact with a headshot and resume.

Synopsis of short film:  A 15 year old boy enlists in the Navy at the age of 15 during WWII to help provide for his family after his Father had recently been murdered.  Based on a true story.  This film takes place in 1944.


Teenage Bullies:  Looking for THREE MALE kids or young adults that look the age between 15 -19 years old to be bullies. Scenes to be filmed on one day between June 22 – 24th (flexible based on your availability). The scene would only take a ½ day.


Factory Workers:  Looking for TEN MALE extras for a scene where a 1940’s factory is on strike.  Saturday June 24th in the morning only. Woman over the age of 25 also.

This short film will then be sent out to festivals around the world. It’s a great opportunity for any younger actor to get their feet wet with large film productions and get exposure. Or for any other extra that would like to be apart of this exciting production

For questions, inquires, or interest in the project feel free to reach out to Ryan Allsop at:

The Performance Ecology Project, a collaboration between Cooperative Performance and the Urban Ecology Center, invites performers of all kinds to participate in a unique artistic experiment. Seven performers in various art forms will explore how body practices (Yoga, Tai Chi, Mindfulness , Movement, and Theater games) can generate meaningful interactions between humans and living nature. The project consists of training in various body disciplines, plus improvisation and composition, culminating in six performances at the Urban Ecology Center.

Auditions will be Monday June 26 at 6pm at the Underground Collaborative, 161 W. Wisconsin Ave, Lower (below TJ Maxx).

Please arrive at 6pm for group movement exploration. Individual ten minute auditions will follow from 7 – 10pm, Slots will be reserved on a first-come basis. Additional slots may be made available on Tuesday, June 27 if demand calls for it.

Please bring:

  • a short (one-to-two minute) audition piece in your artistic specialty (acting, music, dance, etc.)
  • a resume and headshot, if possible
  • A short (a paragraph or so) written narrative of a memorable experience you had with nature. You will be asked to tell this story as part of your audition.

Performances will run from October 18 – 29, 2017. If you are interested in auditioning or have any questions, please e-mail us at with your name and contact information.

Artistic Internship – Casting


Artistic Internship – Casting:  Children’s Theater of Madison (CTM), WI.   Assist Artistic Director with all aspects of casting upcoming season. Excellent opportunity for a self-starter, organized individual with a desire to be in the midst of the casting process, from recruitment to auditions to callbacks to offers.  Work alongside Artistic Director in casting the upcoming 17/18 season of 5 mainstage productions: Madagascar; A Christmas Carol; Tuck Everlasting; Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly; and The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.  Most work can be done independently and off-site; minimal office hours required; 5-10 hrs/wk, a few more when auditions are occurring. Attend auditions and callbacks, communicate with actors and directors, organize and create actor database/files, and assist Artistic Director with various season preparatory tasks. Great credit to add to your resume and experience to gain for anyone interested in artist management, company management, and producing. Start immediately, go through August (end date flexible). Modest stipend provided. Send email of interest and resume to: Subject line: Artistic Internship.

The mission of the Children’s Theater of Madison is to create vibrant theater experiences that engage, educate, and inspire young people and their communities.

Local production company is casting for a short film.




Woman – can look between 35 and 45 – brunette – between 5’ 3” and 5’6”

Man – can look between ages 70 and 90 with make-up – any hair color – height is open

Man – look between 28 and 35 years – any hair color – height is open

Woman – ages 25 to 45 – any hair color – between 5’3” and 5’7”

Man – ages 45 to 55 – any hair color – height is open

3 Women – look between 30 and 45 years – any hair color – height is open

2 Men – look between 30 and 45 years – any hair color – height is open


We’re filming the last couple weeks of June and first week of July in and near Milwaukee. Shoots will usually be half days during the day – most likely mornings, but that could change. Depending on the role, will be between 1 half day and 4 half days. The actual shoot dates will be dependent on weather and your availability.


No dialogue.


Access to 1940’s and 1950’s style clothing a plus but not required.


All rolls are paid.

Contact Susan Fry at

Position:              Assistant Audience Services Manager

Department:      Marketing

Reports to:          Audience Services Manager

Status:                  Full-Time Annual – Exempt


Milwaukee Rep has an immediate opening for a self-motivated, detail-oriented ticketing professional. The Assistant Audience Services Manager provides quality patron services for the more than 600 performances presented across four venues. Ticket Office and management experience are required. Strong customer service and buy in to a cross-sell and up-sell culture is absolutely essential. Familiarity with Tessitura is highly preferred. The Assistant Audience Services Manager manages a medium size Ticket Office of seasonal; part-time Ticket Reps. This is a full time, 40 hour per week position, which will include working nights and weekends. Applicant will have 2-3 years professional theatrical Ticket Office experience, ideally within a not-for-profit theatre company, cultural organization, or similar entity, with demonstrated success in sales and team management. Knowledge of Tessitura preferred but not mandatory. Applicant should be reliable and punctual with a positive outlook. Other qualities the applicant should possess include an honest and trustworthy nature, the instinct to go the extra mile, extremely sharp computer and customer service skill, a confidence and competence in math and problem solving skill, meticulous organizational skills and excellent time management.


Deadline to apply is Friday, June 16, 2017. Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to or Assistant Manager Search, Milwaukee Rep, 108 E. Wells St, Milwaukee, WI 53202. No phone calls please. Position salary range is high 20’s. For a full job profile visit


Milwaukee Repertory Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and equitable environment and strongly encourages applications from a broad spectrum of people including women, people of color and other minorities. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.

AUDITION NOTICE: Forward Theater Company in Madison will hold general auditions for Non-Equity, adult actors (ages 16 and up) from 10:00am – 5:00pm on Saturday, June 24th. Actors will be considered for roles in the 2017 Wisconsin Wrights New Play Festival staged readings (performances are September 21-23), and for various roles in future seasons (our three main stage productions for 2017-18 season have been cast).

Please come prepared with a memorized, contemporary (post-1950), 2-minute monologue from any published play, and one copy of your headshot and resume. The auditions will be held at The Stream/Diane Ballweg Theatre on the Edgewood College campus in Madison, WI. For more details, and to reserve an audition slot, please visit:



Cabaret MKE is back for our third season and we’ll be putting on a brand new original trilogy, “Cabaret MKE presents: The Clockwork Man, episodes 1, 2, & 3.” If you are unfamiliar with our productions, our shows are based on radio shows of the 30’s and 40’s complete with host, house band, torch singer, jingles, news, domestic tips, guest comics, and no show would be complete without the radio play. Show Dates: episode 1 are September 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 24, 28, 29, 30, & Oct 1 / episode 2 are November 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, & 19 / episode 3 February 13, 14, 15, 16, & 17.

Auditions will be held June 3rd & 4th from 12:00-4:00pm at The Astor Pub, 924 E. Juneau Ave. Feel free to prepare a monologue however the primary audition will consist of reading from sides. We are auditioning all roles for episodes 1 and 2. Some roles carry through all 3 episodes and others play only in 1 or 2. Smaller roles will likely be combined and several involve light fight choreography.

Roles, episode 1
Pelonius Brigman, 25-40, male
Adelbert Brigman, 20-30, male
Taylor, 20-30, male
Hayes, 20-30, male
Double Duece, 20-30, male
Sinfan, 25-45, male
Dr Joeseph Boggs, 30-50, male, British
Diane Boggs, 30-50, female, British
Dr Charles Pendelton, 30-50, male, British
Dayva Patel, 30-50, male, East Indian
Kadambari Patel, 30-50, female, East Indian
Sriram, 20-40, male, East Indian

Roles, episode 2
Pelonius Brigman, 25-40, male
Sinfan, 25-45, male
Dr Joeseph Boggs, 30-50, male, British
Mary Winchel, 15-20, female
Magaret Winchel, 30-40, female
Franklin Winchel, 35-50, male
Lo Chen, 30-40, male, Chinese
Brothel Madam, 30-40, female, Chinese
Brothel Prostitute, 20-30, female, Chinese
Butler, 20-50, male
Constable, 20-40, male

Questions? Contact:
414 902 3895

Milwaukee Repertory Theater is on the hunt for a “Tiny Tim” capable of delivering the most memorable and spirited line in  A Christmas Carol – “God Bless us everyone!”  In addition to the role of Tiny Tim, several other Young performer roles are available.  Young performers of all ethnicities, ages 7 – 17, are encouraged to audition for the rare opportunity of performing alongside seasoned professionals in this Milwaukee Holiday tradition.


Parents who would like their children to audition should send in their submission, which must include the young performer’s name, a recent photo, age, height and weight, a parent/guardian’s phone number and email address, and a brief note from the young performer telling the theater about themselves and why they would like to be in A Christmas Carol.


Submit material the following ways:

Electronically: email the submission to

In Person:  Drop off materials at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater Reception desk.

Mail: Milwaukee Repertory Theater

ATTN: Audra Kuchling

108 E. Wells St.

Milwaukee, WI  53202


All information must arrive at The Rep by Monday, June 5, at 5:00 pm.


Auditions will be held on Saturday, June 17. Those chosen from submitted materials will be notified of an audition time and receive materials to prepare for the audition. Callbacks will be held later in the day. No one will be seen without an appointment.


A Christmas Carol rehearses Tuesdays through Sundays from October 31 to November 26 and performs November 28 – December 24 at the Pabst Theater.  Please note that young performers will need to miss school for technical rehearsals and matinee performances.  All young performers must be accompanied at the audition by a parent or legal guardian.


For additional questions, please contact Audra Kuchling, ACC Young Performer Audition Coordinator, at or via phone at 414-290-7082.

Cooperative Performance, an avant-garde theatre/dance collective located in the heart of Milwaukee, is calling for story submissions for ELLIS, to be performed in Feb/March 2018.

Directed by Kelly Coffey and Don Russell in collaboration with Alejandra Gonzalez, ELLIS is an original adaptation of your personal immigration stories from past to present. Writers/Artists are encouraged, but not required, to perform their own work.

ELLIS is a platform for our local community to share their stories of immigration and cultures. Through this work, Cooperative Performance seeks to humanize and fight ignorance regarding immigration via education and storytelling.

Submissions must involve an interpretation of a personal immigration story, past or present, with focus on the greater Milwaukee area. We are interested in all forms of storytelling: text, spoken word, poetry, dance, music (traditional or an original song), visual art, short films, etc. Cooperative Performance strongly encourages non-English and bilingual submissions with translation provided.
All works should be no longer than 7 minutes and applicants must be 18 or older. Please include your name, email, and phone number with submission. All submissions may be sent via email to Kelly Coffey at
*DEADLINE to submit is AUGUST 15, 2017*

Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis. If selected, you grant permission for directors to respectfully edit work for the final performance piece. Selected applicants will be notified of their piece’s acceptance no later than  September 1, 2017.