Spotlighters Theatre announces - Auditions for Partition

Spotlighters release

Immediate Release

Spotlighters Theatre announces - Auditions for PARTITION

by Ira Hauptman
directed by John Sadowsky

Tuesday, November 11, 2009 - 7:30pm
Wednesday, November 12, 2009 - 7:30pm

Spotlighters Theater, 817 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202,

This play is a drama about the relationship between the mathematicians G. H. Hardy and S. Ramanujan in Cambridge
in the early twentieth century.

The role of Billington has been cast.

The roles that are open are:
G. H. Hardy (male, mid 30’s to 40’s, athletic. Requires a British, R.P. accent)
S. Ramanujan (male, mid 20’s, South Asian. Requires a Southern Indian accent)
Namagiri (female, ageless, beautiful—a Hindu goddess, literally. Requires a Southern Indian accent)
Pierre de Fermat (male, 50’s or so. Requires a French accent)
All of the mortals in the play are based on historic characters.

Auditions require a monologue (roughly 2 minutes, any type) and will include cold readings from the script.
Please bring a headshot and resume.

Additional information is available from the director, John Sadowsky, at [email protected] or 443-745-7114.

Spotlighters Theatre presents The Prevalence of Mrs. Seal

— for immediate release.

Spotlighters Theatre presents The Prevalence of Mrs. Seal
written by Otis Bigelow
directed by Michael Spellman
October 23, 2009 through November 15, 2009
Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm
One Thursday performance, November 12, 2009 a 8pm

Can all the money in the world buy you happiness? You bet it can. Just ask Mrs Seal. She uses her wealth to assemble a crack team of spiritualist, doctor and vamp… well, let’s say Count, and challenges them to find a way for her to live forever – or at least for a very long time.

When she opts for a brain-transfer, things begin to go haywire. With her brain going one way and her body another, she inhabits enough characters to constitute a nuclear family all by herself.

Come and see if you can keep track of “Mrs. Seal”.

This hilarious comedy - spoof - parody — has been compared to “Noises Off, except with bodies rather than doors!”
Don’t miss the fun!

SHOW TIMES: Friday and Saturday at 8pm - Sunday at 2pm
LOBBY opens one hour prior to curtain, with seating approximately 30 minutes before curtain.
Regular Tickets are $18. Seniors, Students and BTA Members are $15 and may be purchased on line at
Group Rates available - call 410-752-1225 or [email protected]

Baltimore School for the Arts to host Information Day

For immediate release:
Oct. 13, 2009

Bridget Forney
Profiles, Inc.


A prospective day for students and their families!

(Baltimore) – The Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) will host an Information Day on Saturday, October 24, 2009 for interested students and their families to learn specific information about the school and the audition process.

The information day will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the school. Over 360 students attend the Baltimore School for the Arts and take part in rigorous academic studies in addition to studying music, dance, theatre, and visual arts in a pre-professional arts program. Students are accepted by arts audition only and approximately 100 students are accepted out of an audition pool of 1,000.

Information Day

Saturday, October 24, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Baltimore School for the Arts
712 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

FOR MORE INFO: Call 410-625-0403 or visit

Please call Bridget Forney, Profiles, Inc.,
at (410) 243-3790.

Founded in 1980, the Baltimore School for the Arts is recognized as one of the country’s pre-eminent schools whose graduates go on to the most selective arts and university programs nationwide and achieve prominence in theater, film, music and visual arts.  The Baltimore School for the Arts strives to provide young people with intensive pre-professional training in the arts, in the context of a rigorous college preparatory curriculum.

The Baltimore School for the Arts, where the arts change kid’s lives.


James Denmark at Morgan State (10/14)

The Visual Arts Program at  Morgan State University

cordially invites you to come meet & greet world renowned artist


Wednesday, October 14, 2009   11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Lecture/Workshop in the  Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center  Room 319 (Students Only)

Meet & Greet in the  James E. Lewis Museum of Art  (Open to the Public) Wednesday, October 14, 2009 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The artist has donated a limited edition reproduction which will be sold at the Meet & Greet with 100% proceeds to benefit the Visual Arts Department at Morgan State University.

Auditions for Gaslight — Spotlighters Theatre

Spotlighters Theatre

Spotlighters Theatre is holding auditions for three female roles in GASLIGHT.
Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 7pm-9:30pm
Monday, Nov. 2, 2009 7pm-9:30pm
Callbacks, if necessary:
Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009 7pm

Spotlighters Theatre
817 St. Paul
Baltimore, MD 21202

Auditions will be readings from the script. Non-union/non-paid.
British Accents preferred, but all actors will be considered, with our without an accent.
Contact director Sherrionne Br own with questions at [email protected] or 443-791-3780.
Run dates: Jan. 15, 2010 – Feb. 14, 2010

Character descriptions
Bella Manningham (30’s) She has been good-looking, almost a beauty – but now she has a haggard, wan, frightened air, with rings under her eyes, which tell of sleepless nights and worse.
Elizabeth (40’s-60s) She is a stout, amiable, subservient woman who cares for Bella’s welfare.
Nancy (19-mid 20’s) She is a self-conscious, pretty, cheeky girl who taunts and challenges Bella.

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