May 13th, 2010

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TWO new shows opening this weekend, and auditions!

For all my Gainesville friends... (Gainesvillians?) :)

OPENING FRIDAY: Funny Money
at the Gainesville Community Playhouse at the Vam York Theater; 4039 NW 16th Blvd

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Lucky find brings many laughs


It's not every day a middle-aged accountant accidentally switches briefcases with a mobster and ends up with £750,000 on his birthday...Read full preview article at Gainesville.com

This is a wickedly funny, fast-paced British farce that will leave you rolling in the aisles. Mistaken identities, briefcases full of money, even a bit of wife-swapping thrown in for good measure... well, you'll just have to see it :) I caught the final dress rehearsal last night, and I can solemnly swear that this is show-ready and ldy-approved!

Sneak preview tonight: $5 at the door.

Opens tomorrow, runs Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8p, Sundays at 2p, through 30 May.

Tickets are $16, available in advance at The Book Gallery West in Millhopper Shopping Center (352-371-1234, open Mon - Sat 9 am - 9 pm., Sunday 11 am - 6 pm) or at the door the night of the performance (credit cards now accepted at the playhouse!); $10 rush student tickets beginning 30 minutes before showtime.

Info: 376-4949 or www.gcplayhouse.org

Founded in 1927, the Gainesville Community Playhouse is one of the Southeast's oldest and most respected community theaters, and is entirely run by the community, for the community. Phone 352-376-4949 or visit gcplayhouse.org to see a show, or get involved in making one happen!


Also opening this weekend...

OPENING TONIGHT: Play It Again, Sam
at the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre, 619 S. Main St.,

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Woody Allen comedy comes to Acrosstown Repertory


What if a classic movie star came back to life to help you turn around your depressing love life? That’s exactly what happens to one character in Woody Allen’s “Play It Again, Sam...”Read full preview article at Gainesville.com

I haven't seen this one yet, but the cast is awesome :)

Opens tonight, runs 8 pm Thursdays-Saturdays through June 5

Tickets are $10, $8 for students, military and senior citizens, and are available at the door.

Info: 538-5516 or www.acrosstown.org


Also upcoming...

OPEN AUDITIONS: The Producers
at the Gainesville Community Playhouse at the Vam York Theater; 4039 NW 16th Blvd

When two Broadway producers discover the key to riches is to produce a flop, they decide to mount the worst musical ever written. Follow their hilarious struggles to gather the very worst in Broadway artistry. This Broadway and screen success is full of outrageous, in-your-face humor and crazy show-stopping numbers. Winning a record twelve Tony® Awards and wowing capacity crowds night after night, you won't want to miss this one!

Folks, this is going to be THE show of the season. Lavish sets and costumes, an amazing crew (this is being directed by Erin Kleim, who directed Peter Pan last summer), wonderful source material and a large cast... it's going to be a whole lotta fun :)

Audition Dates
Sunday, May 16, and Monday, May 17, 2010 at 7 pm

Show Dates
July 9 through August 1, 2010, Wednesday - Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm

Parts available for adults from ages 18 to 80! Bring yourself, sheet music (approximately 16 bars from an appropriate style song) and a sense of humor! Arrive early to fill out your paperwork and make yourself comfortable. Please also dress appropriately for a simple dance audition.

Character Information

Name - Gender - Vocal Part - Age Range - Role Type
Max Bialystock - male - tenor - 35 – 45 - lead
Leo Bloom - male - tenor - 27 – 36 - lead
Ulla - female - belt - 18 – 30 - lead
Roger de Bris - male - baritone - 40 – 60 - supporting
Carmen Giya - male - tenor - 21 – 32 - supporting
Franz Liebkind - male - baritone - 30 – 50 - supporting
Chorus (18-80) - Usherettes, First Nighters, Workmen, Street Cleaners, Little Old Ladies, Accountants, Chorus Girls, Pigeons, Nuns, Roger’s team, Stormtroopers, Cops, Convicts, and many hilarious cameo roles.
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