"No Dogs Allowed" Audition Announcement


Landmark Community Theatre holds auditions for No Dogs Allowed, a 2016 summer main stage production. 

Landmark Community Theatre (LCT) is in its fifth full season and will bring to the stage the children’s production, NO DOGS ALLOWED, showing June 4th and 5th.

LCT will be holding auditions for its children’s show, No Dogs Allowed on Tuesday April 12th  2016 at 6pm-8pm & Wednesday April 13th  2016 at 6pm – 8pm for both children & adults at the Thomaston Opera House. Callbacks are to be determined based on need.  Jeff Dunn will direct the show.  The production will open on June 4th and run through June 5th, 2016 for a total of 3 performances. All roles are open for audition. NO appointment needed, however auditioners are asked to arrive close to 6 pm. Everyone will be seen on a first come first served basis. Those auditioning will be asked to read from the script; sides will be provided.  

Casting calls for 8 featured characters; 4 adults, 3 kids, & 1 young adult.  All roles are open for audition. 

Junket- Dog (Young Adult), Peter Paley- Farmer (Adult Male), Mr. McDonegal- Father/Professor (Adult Male), 

 Mrs. McDonegal- Mother/Flaky (Adult Female), Michael- Oldest Son (12-15yrs), Margaret- Sister (10-14yrs) 

Montgomery- Brother (8-12yrs), Miss. Peckett- Baker (Adult Female)

For additional information you may call theatre management 860-283-8558 or email: info@landmarkcommunitytheatre.org  JOIN this audition event and others on Facebook www.facebook.com/LandmarkCommunityTheatre or visit us online: www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org 

About the play: This play is a spirited modern comedy about three children and a dog. "It smells funny," says Michael when his family moves to the country. "There's nothing to hear," says Montgomery, "and no stores with candy and ice cream." "Where do you skate?" says Margaret. "There's nothing to do." Then they meet Junket, an enterprising Airedale dog, who leads them on a trail of exciting experiences. Unfortunately, Father has ruled "Positively No Animals Allowed"—and the children are hard put to justify their new friend, until Junket takes the entire matter into his own hands.  

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