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Actors Theatre Playhouse seeks volunteers for 2020 season

The Actors Theatre Playhouse is eager to meet with actors, directors, designers, and production volunteers interested in learning more about the theater and its programs.

The Playhouse continues to expand production and programming with the hope of creating more performance and production opportunities: Main Stage productions, the annual Ten Minute Play Festival, their new conceptual Workshop Productions, and Staged Readings are all in the planning stages for the 2020 season.

Performers, directors, designers, and production volunteers who haven’t yet auditioned or contacted the Actors Theatre are encouraged to arrange a convenient interview with artistic director Sam Pilo via email at actorstheatre5@gmail.com or by leaving a message at 877-666-1855 to arrange a date and time, or seek further information.

All those who have previously interviewed and/or auditioned are already a part of the Playhouse Register and need not make an appointment, but are encouraged to send an email describing their availability for the 2020 season from May through October.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #535 (Wednesday, November 6, 2019). This story appeared on page B3.

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