Youth (ages 8-17) Auditions: The Sound of Music

Auditions will be 1:00 PM, Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021, for Adults (ages 18 and up) and 5:00 PM, Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, for Youths (ages 8-17).

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The Sound of Music Dance Workshops

Dance workshops led by the choreographer will be held Sunday, Sept. 26. The workshop is not mandatory but will give those auditioning an opportunity to learn some of the choreography from the show.
6:00-7:00 PM Dance workshop for youths ages 8-17
7:00-8:00 PM Dance workshop for adults ages 18 and up

FAE Rides Again VOD

This summer, as part of the Tent Theatre series, the Final Act Ensemble radio troupe presented a comedy show featuring Burns and Allen in “George Meets a Hit-Man” and Fibber McGee and Molly in “Fibber Gets a Hundred-Dollar Bill” plus previews of coming attractions, bantering announcers, commercials that couldn’t sell anything, and a couple of favorite songs. The performance was recorded and is available for viewing Sept. 3-7, 2021.

The Final Act Ensemble is a troupe of performers ages 60 and older that perform classic and original radio plays, including commercials and sound effects, as well as songs from the Golden Days of Radio.

Video-on-demand (VOD) guidance

  • When you order VOD, you will receive a link in the Your Confirmation email that comes from djacobson@dmplayhouse.com. (Check your junk/spam folder as it sometimes ends up there.) Once you start viewing, you will have 24 hours to complete the video.
  • The video can be cast to your smart TV if your TV can accept casting. (The newer models do.) Or if you have ROKU or Chromecast, they too can accept your casting.
  • There were three cameras in the Ten Theatre. While there are some varied angles, there are no movie/Hamilton on Disney+ close-ups. This is not a film; it is a recording of a live theatre production.

Tent Theatre

Presented by

Sponsored by

Kent Sovern & Phyllis Mumford-Sovern
Jan & Layton Stump
Edward & Nancy Truslow

with their eyes

Tuesday, Sept. 11, started off like any other day at New York City’s Stuyvesant High School, located only a few blocks away from the World Trade Center. The semester was just beginning, and the students, faculty, and staff were ready to start a new year. But within a few hours on that Tuesday morning, they would share an experience that would transform their lives—and the lives of all Americans.

A deeply moving play remembering Sept. 11, 2001, written by high school students who witnessed the tragedy unfold, with their eyes remembers those who were lost and those who were forced to witness this tragedy. Here, in their own words, are the firsthand stories of a day we will never forget.

Both the live performances and the video-on-demand are donate-what-you-can with all proceeds going to local first responders. Along the checkout path, you will see a page for Donations.

Two ways to see with their eyes

In-person: 8:46 AM & 2:00 PM, Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021

Video-on-Demand: Available beginning at 7:00 PM, Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, through midnight, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021

Video-on-demand (VOD) guidance

  • When you order VOD, you will receive a link in the Your Confirmation email that comes from djacobson@dmplayhouse.com. (Check your junk/spam folder as it sometimes ends up there.) Once you start viewing you have 24 hours to complete the video.
  • The video can be cast to your smart TV if your TV can accept casting. (The newer models do.) Or if you have ROKU or Chromecast, they too can accept your casting.
  • There are three cameras in The Playhouse’s John Viars Theatre. While there are some varied angles, there are no movie/Hamilton on Disney+ close-ups. This is not a film; it is a recording of a live theatre production.

Please note: The Playhouse remains committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for volunteers and guests and as such we are monitoring the current recommendations, guidelines, and restrictions to which we are subject. Based on CDC and state guidelines at the time of your event, protocols may include mask enforcement, social distancing, or more. Volunteers and guests who do not comply with Playhouse policies will not be admitted and guest tickets will be refunded. Click here to download our full safety guide updated Aug. 31, 2021.

Our safety guide has been updated and reflects these main changes.

  1. Masks are required for performances of Cabaret and with their eyes and during classes regardless of vaccine status. Volunteers and guests who do not comply will not be admitted and tickets or tuition will be refunded.
  2. The Playhouse will seat at full capacity if demand warrants.
  3. The Playhouse will make adjustments where possible at the time of the performance for those who prefer greater seating distance from other guests.
Sponsored by
Presented by

David R. & Barbara Kilpatrick

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