True Colors Annual Conference XIX
Celebrating Our Allies
Friday, March 16 & Saturday, March 17, 2012
North East Digital Village
We are rich in community and professional theatres. Each dedicated to bringing fine drama, musicals or comedy to their area and to their patrons. We hope you will enjoy your visit to the many theatres and theatre programs. Planning a vacation? Take a look at one of the theatres near your vacation spot, and plan to experience one of their productions.
May 18, 2009: Windham Theatre Guild is looking for a Director for their September Main Stage Dinner Theatre production of Opening Night
12 June Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850
Performances at the Ben Franklin, Bayview Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850
Independent, non-profit performing arts school. The group has brought its shows into nursing homes, performed outreach programs at Roodner Court and the Carver Center, has run summer acting camps, performed for local fund-raising events and shows.
Contact: Call or Fax: (203)847-4850
Donald Oat Theatre, 60-62 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360
Contact: 860.887.2789, Fax: 860.887.7900 or email email@example.com
Edgerton Center for the Performing Art
Sacred Heart University, 5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT
An intimate 776-seat theatre dedicated to creating and presenting high quality programming for families, students and the community that will entertain, educate and challenge.
Contact: (203) 371-7908.
10 Prospect Street, New London Connecticut
Contact: 860-443-3119, firstname.lastname@example.org
Garde Arts Center
325 State Street, New London CT 06320, Box Office (860) 444-7373
In New London Connecticut, the Garde theatre is one of the few remaining historic movie palaces in Connecticut. Built in 1926 during the golden era of the motion pictures and vaudeville theatres.
Goodspeed Opera House
Goodspeed Musicals, P.O. Box A, East Haddam, CT 06423.
The 19th century Goodspeed Opera House was restored and reactivated as a professional theatre in 1963.
Contact: 860-873-8664, Box Office: 860-873-8668
Goodspeed Opera House Tours
June through October on Saturdays 11:00 - 1:30 PM
Go behind the scenes of a musical on the Goodspeed Opera House tour, hosted by the Goodspeed Guild. Explore places such as backstage and the actors' dressing rooms while learning about the vibrant history of the Opera House.
Group Tours available by appointment.
Call Sheila L. Tomlinson at (860) 657-3557
The Intentional Theatre of Southeastern Connecticut
Based in Waterford.
Since 2003 the Intentional Theatre has echoed its Mission Statement in its motto: "Giving theatre back to the actor." With a focus on character and story, as created by the actor, we de-emphasize the "director's vision" and let the actors' creativity take center stage, through production and workshops.
Email email@example.com or visit us on the web at intentionaltheatre.com for more information.
Live Arts Theater
Real Art Ways
56 Arbor Street, Hartford CT 06106
860-232-1006, X222, EMAIL, DIRECTIONS
Oddfellows Playhouse Youth Theater
128 Washington Street, Middletown, CT 06457
The Oddfellows Playhouse is celebrating its 26th season as a nonprofit youth theater and performing arts program. Oddfellows Playhouse Youth Theater now annually serves approximately 2,000 young people, ages 2-20, in a broad spectrum of theater arts activities.
Contact: 860-347-6143, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Theatre of Connecticut School of the Performing Arts
246 Post Road East, Westport, CT
Performing arts education to all children and youth that focuses on the joy of accomplishment, increased self-esteem, personal expression and growth through classroom and performance work. Based on a philosophy of support and respect for others, self-discipline in a nurturing, non-competitive environment. Provides many performance opportunities to support the training curriculum.
Contact: 203.454.3883, email@example.com
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Second Step Players
Artreach Inc., 401 West Thames Street, Unit 702, Norwich, CT 06360
Original educational comedy and drama about the experience of mental illness. A community dialogue during which many stereotypes are debunked. Performing throughout the northeast.
Contact: (860) 887-0014, Fax (860) 887-1915 or EMAIL SECOND STEP PLAYERS
Spirit of Broadway Theater
24 Chestnut Street, Norwich, CT 06360.
74-seat, three-quarters thrust, black box theater providing an up-close and personal experience. Specializing "in producing the very best in off-Broadway and regional theater scripts along with the development and full production of new works for the stage."
Contact: 860-886-BEST. Fax: 860-859-2672.
Southington Community Theater
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 411, Southington, CT 06489
SCT produces two shows during its calendar year, one show in the fall and a musical production in the spring. Membership is open to the public. Auditions
Stamford Theatre Works
200 Strawberry Hill Avenue, Stamford CT
Southwestern Connecticut and Westchester County. On the campus of Sacred Heart Academy
The Shubert Performing Arts Center
247 College Street New Haven, CT 06510
Shubert Theater Box Office: 203-562-5666 or 1-888-736-2663. TTY: 203-492-3721.
For Tickets: Order online, call tickets.com at 800-228-6622 or call or visit the Shubert Theater Box Office.
Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut at The Bradley Playhouse
30 Front Street, PO Box 71, downtown Putnam CT
For Ticket or information, call 860-928-7887
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit web site at bradleyplayhouse.org.
2007 Season Audition Dates
Show Dates: October 12,13,14,18,19,20
Sat. Aug 18 : 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sun. Aug 19 : 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Show Dates: December 7,8,9,14,15,16,20,21,22
Sat. Oct 13 : 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sun. Oct 14 : 5:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Theater of the Deaf
139 North Main Strett, West Hartford, CT 06107
"You see and hear every word." Formed in 1967, The National Theatre of the Deaf is the oldest continually-producing touring theatre company in the United States. "Combining the art of sign language with the beauty of theatre, the National Theatre of the Deaf
has created a unique venue of performance."
Contact; Main Voice/TTY: 860-236-4193. General Info: email@example.com, Booking Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment: Actors/Directors, Stage Managers/Designers, Interns contact Paul L. Winters, Ph.D., Executive Director
From the Hartford Symphony Orchestra to The Phantom of the Opera, from the William H. Mortensen Travel Series to the Bushnell Children's Theatre, the Bushnell has been creating, and inspiring since 1930.
166 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106.
860.987.5900 or 888.824.2874
The Hole in the Wall Theater
116 Main Street, New Britain, CT
Mailing Address: PO Box 942, New Britain, CT 06050-0942
HITW basic philosophy remains unchanged since it began in the Hole in the Wall Bookstore. Summarized in one sentence: Hole in the Wall Theater will allow anyone who walks through our doors to enjoy theater at whatever level he or she desires.
Contact: Reservations: 860-229-3049.
Volunteers: Jim Nason (860) 635-6368 or email@example.com
Business Sponsors: Barb Arnold (860) 424-9164 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Patron Donations: Barb Arnold (860) 424-9164 or email@example.com
In-Kind Donations: Gene Tellier (203) 668-0736 or InKind@hitw.org
Advertising: Barb Arnold (860) 424-9164 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Voting season starts in late April or early May. Shows may be proposed for any slot at any time, but they may not be voted on until the GM decides to hold elections. Traditionally, the person proposing the show wants to direct the proposal, but proposals have come from technical directors, producers, and actors. To be eligible for election the proposer must meet 2 criteria: she must have copies of the script in the theater two weeks prior to the election, and she must have a producer willing to commit to the show. The election process seems complicated, but in essence, any show which receives a 2/3 majority of votes in a particular slot is chosen for that slot. If there is no clear winner, the show with the least votes is dropped from the ballot, and the slot is voted again. "No Show" is always an voting option, and does not indicate a desire to shut the theater down for that slot, but that the available choices are unacceptable to him or her. A show running unopposed must still receive 2/3 of the vote against "No Show" to be chosen. If no show wins a 2/3 majority after 3 ballots, the process is repeated at the next GM, and all shows which were dropped are eligible again. cite: hitw.org
The Ridgefield Theatre Barn
37 Halpin Lane, Box 59, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Presenting the offbeat as well as traditional theater.
Auditions are open to the public. Audition notices appear in most local papers and on the Audition page.
The Windham Theatre Guild
Burton Leavitt Theatre, 779 Main Street, Willimantic CT
The Windham Theatre Guild is a non-profit organization that produces five Main Stage productions ranging from comedies to dramadies, to murder mysteries to musicals. These productions are held at the Burton Leavitt Theatre and offer dinner, dessert and show only performances. A large summer musical is presented at Windham High School. The WTG also produces at least one Second Stage production each year, from Shakespeare to Moliere to more dramatic works including plays by local playwrights. Also Broadway chorus concerts, youth chorus concerts, performances by local musicians and bus trips to Broadway. The group is open to the community, all auditions are completely open and the Guild is constantly looking for volunteers to help in all areas of its productions.
Contact: 860-423-2245, email@example.com or mailing adress is PO Box 802, Willimantic, CT 06226
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Algonkuin Small Theatre Network
Algonkuin Small Theatre Network, 1231 Pulaski Blvd, Bellingham, MA 02019.
Williamstown Theatre Festival
Williamstown Theatre Foundation Inc., PO Box 517 Williamstown, MA 01267
Nestled in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, the Williamstown Theatre Festival is a summer-long celebration of theater that brings together a vast and impressive array of artists and offers audiences varied cultural experiences.
Contact: (413) 458-3200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NERO Alliance
A group of NERO campaigns dedicated to quality games with an emphasis on player service, roleplaying, and consistency in rules and plot. PO Box 377, Tannersville, PA 18372-0377. 570-420-5757.
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