Tuesday, December 4, 2012


Opelousas Little Theatre will be holding auditions for our annual Showcase feature this weekend!

     What is Showcase?  It is an opportunity for the local talents from our neighboring and local communities to display their personal talents- AND -a chance for the directors at OLT to hopefully populate their currrent season of shows with the area's best performers. 
      Got all that?  

     We are looking for singers, actors, musicians of all kinds, and all things art. So, if you may be interested in doing your thing on our humble stage, we invite you to open auditions for the show!  We will have auditions on Dec.8 @ 5pm at the Opelousas Little Theatre, located in the South City Park in Opelousas.  Rehearsals for the show will take place during the first two weeks of January 2013 and the show will run on 8 days split between the last two weekends of January.  If you or yours would like to participate in community theatre, please attend... we look forward to your visit!

For more information, call Duncan @ 351-3822

   Acting Unlimited will be holding auditions for John Biguenet's Shotgun, which will be performed in collaboration with the Swine Palace of Baton Rouge, and Southern Rep. of New Orleans as part of The Katrina Cycle.  The auditions will take place at Theatre 810 (810 Jefferson Street in Lafayette) on Saturday, December 15 (1-3pm) and Sunday, December 17 (6:30-8:30pm.)

     We are looking for actors for the following roles:
 Beau Harlan, a white carpenter in his mid-thirties
 Eugene Harlan, Beau's sixteen-year-old son
 Mattie Godchaux, a black woman in her thirties   
 Dexter (Dex) Godchaux, Mattie's father, in his early sixties
 Clarence (Willie) Williams, Mattie's black ex-boyfriend, about Mattie's age

     If you need more information, or have any questions about the play or the production, please feel free to email us at actingunlimited@gmail.com.  If you would like to audition, but cannot make these dates,  please feel free to contact us before the audition dates to arrange an alternative time.

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