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Upcoming Shows

Show times are 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday with a matinee at 4pm on Sunday.

About Auditions

All auditions at Old Church Theater are open to all who are interested. We welcome everyone, no matter their level of (in)experience. You do not have to be familiar with the script nor do you have to have a monologue prepared. Come and join us! We very rarely pre-cast parts at Old Church Theater!

Ethan Frome

by Gary Blackwood

Directed by Miles Conklin - email

Auditions: Saturday and Sunday, July 22nd and 23rd, 2pm

Performances: October 20-21-22 and 27-28-29

A faithful adaptation of Edith Wharton's romantic and tragic short novel of rural Massachusetts life near the turn of the twentieth century. Ethan Frome is a bitter and broken middle-aged man who has resigned himself to a loveless marriage, and through a series of flashbacks, we see what made him that way. But when a naive, and appealing young relative comes to live with them his bleak existence changes.

Mattie Silver - Marcela Williamson
Zeena Frome - Carrie Anne Quinn
Ruth Varnum - Emma Steincross
Mrs. Hale - Liane Allen
Ethan Frome - Dan Naranto
Edward - Jeremy Wheeler
Andrew Hale - Anthony Helm
Denis Eady - Anthony Helm
Ned Hale - Jeremy Wheeler

Shows You May Have Missed

One Night in the Valley

by Tony Sportiello

Directed by Diane Chamberlain - email
Stage Manager - Melissa Mann
Lights/Sound - Jim Heidenreich

Performances: June 2-3-4 and 9-10-11

Contains Adult Language

By the same writer of "Second Chance", which we presented a few years ago, Tony Sportiello gives us three intriguing stories: A has-been opera star, a couple who realize they've just been accidentally married, and a burglar who's been caught by the homeowner… Three seemingly unrelated events playing out at the same time have one thing in common, and that's the secret for you to figure out!

Come meet the playwright at the show on Friday, June 9!

Janet - Bettina Abrams
Jake - Will Giblin
Nathan - Gary Jesseman
Rick - Miles Conklin
Sharon - MaryAnn Stanford
Scott - Ken Hullican
Maggie - Emily Kuvin

Making God Laugh

by Sean Grennan

Directed by Shiela Kaplow - email
Stage Manager - Gloria Heidenreich

Performances: July 7-8-9 and 14-15-16

Woody Allen once said, "If you want God to laugh, tell him your plans!"
This play is both heartwarming and hilarious, in the style of last year's hit "37 Postcards".
Making God Laugh follows a typical American family as the parents become empty-nesters and the children see their plans and dreams evolve as they gather together through 30 years of holiday celebrations. We rejoice at their victories and ache at their defeats, all the while cheering, laughing and shedding tears with them at life's bumpy road in a celebration of life in the best tradition of theatrical comedy. PG-13

Ruthie - Robin Ng
Bill - Scott Johnson
Richard - Brendon Chadwick
Maddie - Beth Button
Thomas - John-Paul Hunt

Mad Gravity

by William Missouri Downs

Directed by Justina Kenyon - email
Stage Manager - Ken Hullican

Performances: August 11-12-13 and 18-19-20

A couple couldn't have more different parents: One are a conservative, middle-class couple, while the other are performance artists who have built a theater right in their living room. When the parents meet for the first time, the conservative ones find themselves as stars in the artist's latest play. But news of a comet heading straight toward Earth changes everything and the hilarity just takes off from there.

Archie - Peter Mendes
Eudora - Anne Foldeak
Dakota - Megan Gelsi
Mary - Meghan Bullard
Dr. Joe - Chris Leary


One-act Comedies
by Peter Quilter

Produced by Athene Chadwick - email
Stage Manager -TBA

Performances: September 15-16-17 and 22-23-24

A gloriously funny examination of the chaotic world of love and relationships. Four sets of characters: Jonathan and Wendy are on a blind date and hoping to get it right this time even though they've never got it right before; Barrie is not really interested in women but Janet sees that as no reason to stop trying; Shelley and Bobby have decided to holiday in Spain to finalize their divorce whilst drowning in cocktails; and Angela is marrying for the third time to the dismay of her brother Toby and amidst a barrage of bad omens and a dress that looks like a parachute.

Blind Date: Directed by Anne Foldeak
Wendy - Emma Steincross
Johnathan - Peter Mendes

Secretarial Skills:  Directed by Melissa Mann
Janet - Meghan Bullard
Barrie - Anthony Helm

The Holiday: Directed by Ken Hullican
Shelley - Carrie Anne Quinn
Bobbie - Jim Heidenreich

The Bride-To-Be: Directed by Elias Hunt
Angela - Justina Kenyon
Toby - Brendon Chadwick

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