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Heritage Theatre Group 2016 Season Auditions at Saints Peter and Paul Parish Center this Weekend

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Heritage Theatre Group will be holding auditions for their 2016 season this weekend, April 2nd and 3rd, 2016!

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Heritage Theatre Group was founded on the mission of bringing classic plays with classic themes to Grand Rapids and for over twenty-five years, we have been producing compelling and timeless theatre, and this season.

We will be producing three wonderful works, The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan, The Good Doctor by Neil Simon and Anton Chekhov, and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare.

Join us this Saturday, April 2nd from 1pm to 4pm/5pm to 7pm or Sunday, April 3rd from 1pm to 4pm for auditions! This open call will feature reading from the scripts, no monologue required! Drop in at any point during the time, as there are no appointments. Callbacks will take place April 3rd at 5pm.

All three shows will be auditioning at this time. No experience is required and all are invited to attend. Auditions will take place at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church Parish Center (1440 Quarry Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504)

HTG performs at the Spectrum Theater at GRCC.


The Time of Your Life

Set in 1939 San Francisco, The Time of Your Life welcomes us into Nick’s Pacific Street Saloon, an island of respite in a chaotic world. Its patrons don’t have much, but together they find opportunities for redemption, recovery, and friendship. This Pulitzer Prize winning work will be directed by HTG’s Artistic Director, Don Rice.

The Good Doctor

Comprised of ten short scenes, ‘The Good Doctor’ is loosely based on Anton Chekhov’s plays and short stories, and narrated by the man himself! This delightful comedy will be directed by HTG’s Managing Director, Krista Pennington.

Much Ado About Nothing

In this modern telling of a classic comedy, a prince and his companions visit the estate of an old friend, leading to plans of love, a war of wits, and a scheme by the Prince’s conniving brother to bring about the downfall of all. HTG co-founder, Keith Oberfeld, will be directing this wonderful play.


Register Here for Auditions!

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