Looking for three non-Equity actors-singers for THEATRE THREE's Company
positions for the 2021-22 season.
The Company contract is a ten-month (September -
June) agreement in which the actors work exclusively for THEATRE THREE.
Company members may have non-theatre related work that does not
interfere with rehearsals and performances.
Actors will be featured in THEATRE THREE's six in-house Children’s
Theatre productions, the 37th annual production of A
Christmas Carol, and select roles in THEATRE THREE's Educational
Touring productions (the musicals Stand Up! Stand Out! The Bullying
Project and Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project; as well as
the play From the Fires: Voices of the Holocaust). Additionally,
there will be participation in the workshopping of a new touring
production, How Does That Make You Feel?
Children’s Theatre roles in the original musicals A Kooky Spooky
Halloween, Barnaby Saves Christmas, Puss-in-Boots, Dorothy’s Adventures
in Oz, The Adventures of Peter Rabbit, and Snow White & the 7
Dwarfs will be assigned throughout the season.
Most roles require performers who appear late teens to late 20’s.
Salary is $340/week, with a completion bonus of $1,000. There are
opportunities for Mainstage roles for additional compensation. These are
THEATRE THREE encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender
identities, and ages to submit.
Please Note: THEATRE THREE requires all staff—including performers—to be
Prepare a song of your choice (bring sheet music in the proper key;
accompanist provided). Reading will be from sides provided.
Positions will be auditioned until filled.
Please contact Executive Artistic Director Jeffrey Sanzel at
631-928-9202 or email
Jeffrey@TheatreThree.com for further
information or to schedule an appointment.
Role Breakdown for Educational Touring Programs and
A Christmas Carol:
Stand Up! Stand Out! The Bullying Project
Using famous children’s stories (Cinderella, Alice in
Wonderland, The Three Little Pigs, and The Wizard of Oz), the
musical teaches lessons in identifying and dealing with bullying.
Olivia (any gender) - the most popular student in
Peg (any gender) - well-liked and finding her own
Nellie (any gender) - new student trying to get
Tyler & Jayden (any gender) – class members
Class Dismissed: The Bullying Project
The musical follows a year at Harrison Central School, with a focus
on social interactions and a range of bullying, including physical,
isolation, and cyber bullying.
Logan (female-identifying) - queen bee of Harrison
Kaitlin (female-identifying) Logan’s sometimes
Julie (female-identifying) - new student at
Harrison Central School, trying to find a place
Victor (male-identifying) - popular bully with a
rough home life
Tommy (male-identifying) - an outsider trying to
From the Fires: Voices of the Holocaust
Spanning 1937 to 1945, this is the story of Rachel Gold, a Berlin
teenager, and her experiences as a Jewish person during one of the
darkest episodes in world history.
Rachel (female-identifying) - a Jewish teenager in
Berlin and the center of the story
Evy (female-identifying) - a Jewish teenager and
Rachel’s best friend
American Soldier (male-identifying) & various roles – the play
is seen through the eyes of the American Soldier; other roles include a
non-Jewish shopworker, various guards, etc.
A Christmas Carol
THEATRE THREE’s award-winning production is an original adaptation
of Charles Dickens’ classic story.
others (female-identifying) - Young Scrooge’s fiancé as well as
a range of supporting roles
of Christmas Past/Fred's wife (female-identifying) - the first
spirit to visit Scrooge; Scrooge’s nephew’s wife, as well as a range of
(male-identifying) - Scrooge’s boisterous and kind nephew as
well as a range of supporting roles
YOUNG PEOPLE’S AUDITIONS (Ages 8-17): Tuesday,
September 21, 2021, at 7 pm
Performances: November 10 – December 26, 2021
We will be double-casting nine roles (for a total of
eighteen young people). Readings are provided [download
them here]. A Christmas carol (“Christmas Is Coming”) will be taught.
Rehearsals begin late September and are weeknights (beginning at 7 p.m.);
Saturdays (mornings or afternoons); and Sundays (mornings, afternoons, or
evenings). Each young person must appear in half of the performances,
including the student matinees.
Director: Jeffrey Sanzel
Musical Director: Brad FreyStage Manager: