Category Archives: theater

AUDITIONS September 2018

'A Chorus Line' at Riverside Theatre

Actors, singers, dancers will want to know about the following auditions beginning this weekend (list according to date). HENEGAR CENTER will hold auditions for two shows this month: “CROWNS” 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, and 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18. Callbacks will be held 7 to 10...

DARKSIDE with Boots on the Ground

By PAM HARBAUGH Theater is an ephemeral art form. When a show closes, that’s it. No reruns are available. The same holds true for Boots on the Ground Theater Company. Based loosely in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the itinerate organization has been in town for five weeks to collaborate with area artists...

Auditions July and August 2018

'A Chorus Line' at Riverside Theatre

HAIR, Titusville Playhouse will hold auditions 6:30 p.m. July 23 and 24 for the musical “Hair.” Only those 18 years and older. There will be nudity on stage. The show is scheduled to run Sept. 21 to Oct. 14. TPI is at 301 Julia St., Titusville. Call 321-268-1125 or, for more...

Review GIDION’s KNOT at Theater on the Edge

From left: Natalie Bulajic and Krystal Glover in GIDION’S KNOT at Theater on the Edge. Set design by Sam DiGeorge. Photo by Monica Mulder. By JOAN TADDIE Guest Critic A rainbow of colors greets the audience as they enter the performance space of Theatre On The Edge’s current production of “Gidion’s...

AUDITIONS June 2018

'A Chorus Line' at Riverside Theatre

By PAM HARBAUGH Three area theaters are holding auditions beginning this weekend. Read on and see if something tickles the actor inside. TITUSVILLE PLAYHOUSE will be auditioning for two shows in the next few days. NEWSIES: Auditions are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, June 4 and 5. Director Steven...

KING CENTER Summer Musical Theatre Project 2018

This image is from a previous Cocoa Village Playhouse/King Center Summer Musical Theater Program production of SWING! By PAM HARBAUGH THE KING CENTER’S Summer Musical Theatre Project is about to get busy as anything. Auditions begin June 11 for two camps. Auditions for a third camp will be held June 28....

Review: FUN HOME … Great theater

Ame Livingston as cartoonist Alison Bechdel, whose 2006 graphic memoir “Fun Home” was adapted into the Tony Award winning musical. Photo by Niko Stamos. By GEORGETTE SPELVIN Guest Critic YOU come away from the Titusville Playhouse’s production of “Fun Home” with quite a lot. YOU realize that you’ve seen quite a...

FUN HOME at Titusville Playhouse

Ame Livingston as cartoonist Alison Bechdel, whose 2006 graphic memoir “Fun Home” was adapted into the Tony Award winning musical. Photo by Niko Stamos. By PAM HARBAUGH Let’s get this right out there…”Fun Home” is brilliant. It’s a smart, compelling, sensitive coming of age story about a young girl who realizes...

HAY FEVER at MCT

“Hay Fever at Melbourne Civic Theatre. Photo by Max Thornton. By PAM HARBAUGH Sophistication and wit take center stage at Melbourne Civic Theatre with its production of “Hay Fever” by Noel Coward. Set in the 1920s in a country home outside London, “Hay Fever” is a dizzying comedy of manners complete...

BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY at Henegar

Beth Shestak and Kyle McDonald in “The Bridges of Madison County” at the Henegar Center. Photo by Dana Niemeier. By PAM HARBAUGH Romance takes center stage Friday with the opening of the musical “The Bridges of Madison County,” at the Henegar Center. The musical is based on the 1995 movie starring...