Auditions

March 15, 2001|By KAREN REMESCH

Disney feature film. Pat Moran and Associates are casting for "Tuck Everlasting," directed by Jay Russell. Filming begins in the Baltimore area mid-April. Needed are three young actors, two for leads and one for a supporting role: a Caucasian male, 17-19, dashing and athletic; a Caucasian male, 22, intense with strong build; and a Caucasian female, 15, sweet and friendly. Send photo and resume to Pat Moran and Associates, 3500 Boston St., Suite 425, Baltimore 21224.

Also, casting director Carlyn Davis holds an open call for extras, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at the Unemployment Office at 124 N. Main St. in Berlin. Needed are 600-700 actors of all ages and races, particularly men with semi-long hair, facial hair and sideburns. Some boys, ages 8-14, who can play baseball are needed. No phone calls, please.

Vagabond Players. "Beau Jest." Needed are a mature man in his late 50s-60s and a man in his mid-30s. 7 p.m. Tuesday at the theater, 806 S. Broadway. Production will run May 18-June 17. Call 410-563-9135.

Church Hill Theatre. Auditions for Summer Stock productions: "Damn Yankees," a musical; "American Dreams," a dramatic review; and "The Seven Year Itch," a comedy. 1 p.m.-4 p.m. March 25 and 7 p.m.-9 p.m. March 26 at the theater, Route 19 in Church Hill. Actors should be between the ages of 20 and 60. For the musical, take sheet music. Technical positions are also open. Call 410-758-1331 or 410-778-3783.

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