rtp auditions

“Our Town” auditions for Reading Theater Project will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 2pm to 4pm in Christ Church United Church of Christ (4870 Kutztown Road, Temple Pa).

Those interested in auditioning for "Our Town" should submit their headshot and resume to Christopher David Roché, managing director, via email at with their full names and “season auditions” in the subject. Please prepare a one minute, 20th century, American-play monologue and 30 seconds of a hymn to be sung a capella. Auditions will also include cold reads from "Our Town" and improvisation work. The role of the Stage Manager has been pre-cast. 

In addition to adults of all ages, we are looking for male and female teen actors who can play 11-16 years old on stage.  Teen auditions will occur in May. Please check back for more information on what to prepare and when auditions will be held.

Designers, directors, playwrights, stage managers, and others interested in participating during the 2019 season (including the 5-minute fringe festival and Play Reading Series) should submit their information and resumes to Christopher David Roché with their full names and fields in the subject.

fringe logoThornton Wilder's iconic play "Our Town," which celebrates the universality of the human condition, is set in a New Hampshire village. But the story could take place anywhere, including Reading, Pa. Director George Hatza's concept is to make that connection, and to assist in that vision the production will assume an immersive approach. Welcoming a Berks County audience into the homes, streets, churches and finally the cemetery of Grover's Corners seeks to unite the play's characters intimately with its audience. Separated by a century, those observing the stories of the citizens of a New England hamlet at the dawn of the 20th century will see themselves -- along with those who lived before and those who are yet to be born -- as one and the same.


Hatza, who also serves as Literary Director for Reading Theater Project, is a writer and critic. He holds a master of fine arts degree in theater directing from Boston University.


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