Sunday, March 31—RANDOLPH— For its ninth annual summer pride festival, Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler is presenting: “All Together Now” by Philip Middleton Williams, directed by Amanda Rafuse; “A Late Snow” by Jane Chambers, directed by Danielle Sessler; and “Growing Up LGBTQ in Rural Vermont,” a new script by Maura Campbell.
For the first two plays, men and women of all ages with a passion for theater, fun, and the community are sought. Experience is welcome, but not required. The third play will be cast with the interviewees who shared their lives with Ms. Campbell.
Auditions will take place on Sunday, March 31, at Chandler Music Hall: “A Late Snow” in the morning, and “All Together Now” in the afternoon. Festival performance weekends will be the July 26-28 and Aug. 2-4, with each play being performed once each weekend in a yet-to-be-determined order.
Sign up by email to producer Sharon Rives at email@example.com. Indicates the show(s) for which you are auditioning and your preferred time slot, between 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Chandler Center for the Arts is located at 71 Main St., Randolph. Visit chandler-arts.org.
Photo courtesy Chandler Center for the Arts
Vermont Pride Theater celebrates its ninth summer festival at Chandler this year, featuring three plays.