Submissions for the Evening of One Acts

LTWB will be hosting our 2nd Annual “Evening of One Acts” in August. We are looking for three productions, each an hour or less, to be produced by LTWB….and that is really the only criteria. They could be previously produced, or never before seen on any stage… They could be by a well known author

Important Announcement about the Wedding Singer Production

We are very sad to say that all performances of The Wedding Singer at Little Theatre are cancelled. The board of directors of the theatre has communicated extensively with the cast and production team. While the board has taken many measures to protect audience and cast members, the consensus of the group is that we should minimize the risk of spreading illness. We’ve sorry to disappoint you, our loyal audience, who have supported us for 98 seasons. We ask for your understanding at this very difficult time, and hope to welcome you again under better circumstances in the very near future. We are considering the practicality of re-scheduling The Wedding Singer. Look for news on our website, www.ltwb.org, and on facebook.

Submissions for Shrek Jr.

LTWB is now accepting submissions for its summer workshop, “Shrek Jr.”. Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire Music by Jeanine Tesori Originally produced on Broadway by DreamWorks Theatricals and Neal Street Productions Original adult production directed by Jason Moore and Rob Ashford

Submissions for Shrek the Musical

LTWB is now accepting submissions for its family musical, “Shrek”.

Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig
Book and Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire
Music by Jeanine Tesori
Originally produced on Broadway by DreamWorks Theatricals and Neal Street Productions
Original Production directed by Jason Moore and Rob Ashford
Shrek the Musical is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
www.MTIShows.com

Submission Deadline: Sunday 3/8/2020
Performance Dates are 6/19/2020 through 6/28/2020

Please E-MAIL Submissions and questions to Scott Colin, Artistic Director.
artisticdirector@ltwb.org

Open Production Staff positions available:
Director (please include your “vision” for the show should you be selected for this position-be aware your vision is expected to remain unchanged if selected)
Music Director
Choreographer (if this your first time putting in for this specific position please email a link to a video of a previous dance you have choreographed if possible)
Technical Director
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Costumer
Stage Manager

Team submissions are always encouraged, but each team member must submit individually, and all positions are selected on an individual basis.

The William A. Zdancewicz Scholarship for the Performing Arts

Do you know about a graduating High School Senior that plans to go on to higher education and study the arts? NEPTA wants to assist them in their goals!

The William A. Zdancewicz Scholarship for the Performing Arts is offered to all graduating high school seniors planning to attend an accredited two- or four-year college and major in the performing arts or the education of the performing arts. A scholarship for $500 or more will be awarded to the top student(s) selected by the committee.

The deadline is 3/6. Please contact Scott Colin at artisticdirector@ltwb.org for more information.

Submissions for Lost In Yonkers

LTWB is now accepting submissions for its spring comedy,
Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers”.

Submission Deadline: Friday 2/28/2020
Performance Dates are 5/1/2020 through 5/10/2020

Please E-MAIL Submissions and questions to Scott Colin, Artistic Director.
artisticdirector@ltwb.org

Open Production Staff positions available:
Director (please include your “vision” for the show should you be selected for this position-be aware your vision is expected to remain unchanged if selected)
Technical Director
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Costumer
Stage Manager

Team submissions are always encouraged, but each team member must submit individually, and all positions are selected on an individual basis.

King Lear

“Woodstock” King Lear
by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Parmelee

Febuary 2, 2020 3:00PM

Shakespeare’s oldest story, of an ancient King who invites chaos by dividing his kingdom, is also perhaps his most modern. Our production, set in the era of Woodstock, is a very new vision of a true classic. A theatrical feast, featuring live music.

Cast:
LEAR, King of Britain: Kevin Costley
GONERIL: Becky Bennett
REGAN: Deirdre Navin
CORDELIA: Vanessa Peterson
DUKE of ALBANY: Paul Kantor
DUKE of CORNWALL: Michael Blaine
EARL of GLOUCESTER: Mark Zdanciewicz
EDMUND: Eric Lutz
EDGAR: Tyler Floryan
EARL of KENT: John Davenport
The FOOL: Rob Klubeck
OSWALD: David Shock
KING of FRANCE: Kevin Barno
DUKE of BURGUNDY: Tony Thomas

ENSEMBLE OF ROADIES:
Erin Barno
John Bubul
Nickie “Kylie” Pimental
Stephanie Skiro
Lee Thomas
Tony Thomas

On Electric Guitar: Matt Bennick

King Lear

“Woodstock” King Lear
by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Parmelee

Febuary 1, 2020 8:00PM

Shakespeare’s oldest story, of an ancient King who invites chaos by dividing his kingdom, is also perhaps his most modern. Our production, set in the era of Woodstock, is a very new vision of a true classic. A theatrical feast, featuring live music.

Cast:
LEAR, King of Britain: Kevin Costley
GONERIL: Becky Bennett
REGAN: Deirdre Navin
CORDELIA: Vanessa Peterson
DUKE of ALBANY: Paul Kantor
DUKE of CORNWALL: Michael Blaine
EARL of GLOUCESTER: Mark Zdanciewicz
EDMUND: Eric Lutz
EDGAR: Tyler Floryan
EARL of KENT: John Davenport
The FOOL: Rob Klubeck
OSWALD: David Shock
KING of FRANCE: Kevin Barno
DUKE of BURGUNDY: Tony Thomas

ENSEMBLE OF ROADIES:
Erin Barno
John Bubul
Nickie “Kylie” Pimental
Stephanie Skiro
Lee Thomas
Tony Thomas

On Electric Guitar: Matt Bennick

King Lear

“Woodstock” King Lear
by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Parmelee

January 31, 2020 8:00PM

Shakespeare’s oldest story, of an ancient King who invites chaos by dividing his kingdom, is also perhaps his most modern. Our production, set in the era of Woodstock, is a very new vision of a true classic. A theatrical feast, featuring live music.

Cast:
LEAR, King of Britain: Kevin Costley
GONERIL: Becky Bennett
REGAN: Deirdre Navin
CORDELIA: Vanessa Peterson
DUKE of ALBANY: Paul Kantor
DUKE of CORNWALL: Michael Blaine
EARL of GLOUCESTER: Mark Zdanciewicz
EDMUND: Eric Lutz
EDGAR: Tyler Floryan
EARL of KENT: John Davenport
The FOOL: Rob Klubeck
OSWALD: David Shock
KING of FRANCE: Kevin Barno
DUKE of BURGUNDY: Tony Thomas

ENSEMBLE OF ROADIES:
Erin Barno
John Bubul
Nickie “Kylie” Pimental
Stephanie Skiro
Lee Thomas
Tony Thomas

On Electric Guitar: Matt Bennick

King Lear

“Woodstock” King Lear
by William Shakespeare
Directed by David Parmelee

January 26, 2020 3:00PM

Shakespeare’s oldest story, of an ancient King who invites chaos by dividing his kingdom, is also perhaps his most modern. Our production, set in the era of Woodstock, is a very new vision of a true classic. A theatrical feast, featuring live music.

Cast:
LEAR, King of Britain: Kevin Costley
GONERIL: Becky Bennett
REGAN: Deirdre Navin
CORDELIA: Vanessa Peterson
DUKE of ALBANY: Paul Kantor
DUKE of CORNWALL: Michael Blaine
EARL of GLOUCESTER: Mark Zdanciewicz
EDMUND: Eric Lutz
EDGAR: Tyler Floryan
EARL of KENT: John Davenport
The FOOL: Rob Klubeck
OSWALD: David Shock
KING of FRANCE: Kevin Barno
DUKE of BURGUNDY: Tony Thomas

ENSEMBLE OF ROADIES:
Erin Barno
John Bubul
Nickie “Kylie” Pimental
Stephanie Skiro
Lee Thomas
Tony Thomas

On Electric Guitar: Matt Bennick

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