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annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival will take place on July 29, 30,
August 5, 6 at 8pm and August 7 at 7pm.
One-Act Plays each evening are:
Open Door by Susan Brown-Peitz, directed by Sarah DeVizio: A
veterinarian’s waiting room sets the scene for an unexpected
conversation about grief and hope.
Nerds Reunion by Alli Hartley-Kong, directed by Sarah Pharaon: Connected
by a past one of them can’t remember, two classmates at their high
school reunion explore the impact of choices they've made—both big
Lenore by G. David Post, directed by John A.C.Kennedy: Two officemates interview a potential temporary employee. They
have very different experiences when she comes in through the office
Woman by G. David Post, directed by Lauri MacMillan: If you
told a stranger at a bus stop you were being haunted would you be
ready to hear the truth?
Pursuit of Maximum Bliss by Ken Preuss, directed by Amanda
Marino: A wealthy man and a female researcher explore
multiple timelines to seek the feasibility of 100% happiness.
Devon Villacampa, Directed by Steve Ruskin: Two
college students come to the University Financial Aid office when
their money gets cut. There is a very nice lady there. Let’s
see how helpful she can be.
Wing Man by Mary Jane Walsh, directed by Joann Lopresti Scanlon and Assisted
Directed by Eleanor Anderson: A woman
discovers a parrot has flown into her apartment. Becoming
friends, he sits on her shoulder, and she takes him into bars as an
icebreaker and conversation starter.
Chatham Players will hold auditions for the hilarious Inspecting
Carol by Daniel Sullivan and the Seattle Rep Theatre.
WHEN: Monday, August 1st and Wednesday, August 3rd at 7pm. Actors must check in to
the auditions by 8pm. Callbacks are scheduled for
August 4 at 7pm. WHERE: The Chatham Playhouse 23
North Passaic Ave., Chatham
Production dates are October 14 thru 23, 2022 with
rehearsals to begin late August. Belle Wesel directs.
described as A Christmas Carol meets The Government Inspector meets Noises Off. The Soapbox Playhouse will lose its funding
unless their annual production of A Christmas Carol can really
impress the Inspector sent by the National Endowment for the Arts! But who is he? When will he arrive? Is he at the theatre already? The
director is desperate! The cast is discombobulated! Why is Tiny Tim
so big? A Christmas Carol goes terribly, hilariously wrong—with
mistaken identity, wardrobe malfunctions and backstage high-jinks!
It’s a Dickens of a show!!
Belle Wesel seeks 12 actors (Teens to 70’s). The play is a fairly
broad comedy, Ms. Wesel is looking for your best comic audition
piece. The role of Bart may include mime or clowning, if that’s your
thing. Actors attending the LIVE auditions will be asked to
read from sides provided at the audition, these are available on
Chatham Players' website below.
more information, please visit the Audition page on our website.
Limited to 12 Students
7- to 10-year-olds who love performing! Come and be part of The
Chatham Community Players THEATER
Camp runs Monday through Friday, 9 am to 11:30 am, August 15 thru August 26
The two-week camp is only $325 per person!
will learn the fundamentals of acting onstage while using their
imaginations and artistic creativity to develop their very own play!
Through various games and exercises, kids will also learn about
different theatrical elements and how they are used to shape a
An original script will be created using the kids' chosen storyline
and characters. This work will be rehearsed and ultimately presented
on the Chatham Playhouse stage in a full performance with no scripts
in hand for family and friends.
Price includes a copy of the final show and a Theater Creations
COMING TO CHATHAM PLAYHOUSE
Bringing Theater to Chatham and surrounding towns for
amount, no matter how small, is greatly appreciated. Please donate
with PayPal, a credit card, or simply send your check to "The Chatham Community
Players, Inc.," PO Box 234, Chatham, NJ
07928-0234. For more information, please visit the Donate page on our website.
Chatham Community Players is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the
extent allowed by law.
The Chatham Players is a not-for-profit,
volunteer driven organization. Our trustees, council, actors,
designers, technicians, and others all contribute their time and
energy to help produce valuable and exceptional theater for the
community. The Chatham Playersoffers a great
environment to meet artistic people, practice your craft, and help
create some of the most exceptional community theater in New Jersey!