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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Announcing a competition for the commission of an Outdoor Art Icon that “reflects the history and celebrates the culture of Ivoryton Connecticut.” Public work project for the town of Essex CT.

Click on the red link below for more information and application form (open as a word document):

Artists Call Ivoryton Icon March 2015

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During the run of a production the hours are:

Wednesday:  12:00noon – 8:00pm
Thursday:  3:30pm – 8:00pm
Friday:  3:30pm – 8:00pm
Saturday:  11:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday:  11:00am – 4:00pm

103 Main Street, Ivoryton, CT  06442

Tel:  860.767.7318

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Our thanks to Outthink for producing this video clip!


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A summer internship at the Ivoryton Playhouse offers current undergraduate students and recent college graduates an exciting and intensive opportunity geared towards expanding and developing production skills, making professional contacts, and developing the insight and experience necessary to pursue a career in theatre.

Interns will work side by side with the staff in all areas of theatrical production. Depending on an intern’s experience and interest, there are opportunities to serve as a sound, wardrobe, electrics, scenic, or production intern.

Opportunities will include assisting with set construction, hang and focus, special effects, prop acquisition and construction, costume acquisition and fittings, wardrobe, production management, stage management, one-week changeovers, building maintenance, children’s theatre, and running shows.

Internships run from May to September.

Candidates should have a strong desire to build experience in technical theatre or stage management.

For more information and an application form, please follow this red link to our website:

Only applications postmarked by April 3rd, 2015 will be accepted.  Internship positions will be filled by April 17, 2015.

The Ivoryton Playhouse is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. 

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4_south_pacificSouth Pacific
by Josh Logan, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein

– Equity Auditions by Appointment

Ivoryton Playhouse    Ivoryton, CT    SPT     $450.

Executive/Artistic Director: Jacqueline Hubbard

Director: David Edwards

First rehearsal: June 16;
First performance: July 1;
Close: July 26, 2015

Auditions by appointment:

Monday, March 23rd, 2015
Noon – 8pm                                                  Rehearsal Studio
(break 5-6pm)                                              24 Main Street
Centerbrook, CT 06409


Monday, March 30th, 2015   

Pearl Studios
500 Eighth Ave, Room 1211
New York, NY 10018

Prepare a song from the show or in the style of.

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together. Call 860-767-9520 ext 203 for appointment

Looking for:


Ensign Nellie Forbush:  Caucasian Female, 25-35, excellent actor/singer, good mover/dancer, soprano/belt,  “all American girl” from Little Rock, Iowa, charismatic, attractive, vulnerable

Emile DeBeque: Caucasian Male, 35-55, excellent actor/singer, legit baritone/bass, handsome Continental leading man, worldly, sophisticated, charismatic, able to show tremendous strength and vulnerability, good French accent a plus

Luther Billis: Caucasian Male, 25-40, excellent comic actor, character baritone, good mover

Bloody Mary: Female to play Pacific Islander, open to all ethnicities, 35-50,excellent actress/singer, mezzo/belt

Lt. Joe Cable: Caucasian Male, 25-35, excellent actor/singer, legit tenor/lyric baritone, handsome, masculine, “all American boy”

Liat: Female to play Pacific Islander, open to all ethnicities, plays 18-25, actor/singer/dancer, beautiful, exotic, innocent

Captain Brackett: Caucasian Male, 45-60, strong actor, may be non-singing

Commander Harbison: Caucasian Male, 30-45, strong actor, good singer (possible doubling)

ENSEMBLE, including smaller speaking roles

Males & Females: 20s-30s, excellent singer/actors/movers, interesting character types and all ethnicities, some doubling, to play Marines, Seabees, Nurses,  Emile’s house servants, Pacific Island Natives


Ngana (Female) and Jerome (Male) to play ages 6-10, should be believable as Eurasian/Pacific Islanders, good actor/singers.

Theatre’s mailing address:  Ivoryton Playhouse, PO Box 458, Ivoryton  CT  06442.

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Our own award winning Jacqueline Petroccia (Patsy in Always Patsy Cline) will debut her cabaret show at 54 Below in NYC on April 2.  It should be a very special show from an extremely talented actress and singer.  Don’t miss it.

Jacqueline Petroccia

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