Tuesday, July 17, 2018

"Barefoot" Auditions!!


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Original Broadway Playbill

There will be two sessions of auditions for the PCPH production of Neil Simon's bright comedy Barefoot in the Park. The first session is Sunday, July 22, at 3 p.m.  The second session will be Monday, July 23, at 7 p.m.  Both sessions will be held in the Rehearsal Center at the Hazel Day Longden Theatre.

The play will be produced September 13-15 and September 19-22. It is being sponsored by:



To read more about our sponsor click HERE.

It is being directed by Jack Randall Earles.  Assistant director is Sandi Rossok. They last collaborated on the play On Golden Pond in 2016.

Characters to be cast include the lead Corie Bratter, a young newlywed with firm opinions about life and marriage, stage age early 20's; Paul Bratter, her new husband, a brash young lawyer with his own uptight views, stage age mid to late 20's; Helen Banks, Corie's mother, who is trying to adjust to life on her own, stage age 50's+; Mr. Victor Velasco, the upstairs neighbor with a eye for the ladies who may just be interested in Helen, stage age 50's+.  There are two smaller roles, a telephone installation man who offers Paul and Corie advice on life and marriage, and a non-speaking role of a delivery man.  Ages for these characters are undetermined.

Those auditioning should be at least 18 years of age. There are no roles for children in this production.

All of those attending will be asked to read from the script.

To download an audition form click HERE.

To read the scenes that will be used at auditions click HERE

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

ROAD CLOSED!!!!



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A reminder for our patrons: SR240 is closed just west of
 Highway 75.  

You can continue west on U.S. 40 to SR 231. This is the next light after your usual turn off just west of Stilesville.

Come into Greencastle on SR 231. Turn right at the first light, the  Veteran's Highway. Continue through the 4-way stop at the High School-Middle School.

Turn left at the next turn bubble - this is 10th Street.  Go straight at the light, and you will be on your usual road....look for us on the right!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

"THE MOUSETRAP" SPRINGS!!!


Standing L-R: Jay Prewitt, Anna Harris, David Lorimer, Kathy Helms Arnold, Cameron Wunderlich. Seated L-R: Dustin Boothby, Jack Randall Earles, Cheyenne "Sky" Welch

The unlikely suspects above are featured in the July production as the Putnam County Playhouse Season of Hits continues. One of these characters is a serial killer, another will become a victim.

Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap will be seen on the mainstage July 12-14 and July 18-21. All performances begin at 8 p.m. and all tickets are $10. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at 765-653-5880 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Saturday.

The production is sponsored by:


To learn more about our sponsor click HERE.

The play is directed by TJ Tincher, an actor who has been in many plays at PCPH including last season's The Foreigner. This is his directorial debut here.

Also working on the technical side are Bryan Schroeder as Techical Director and Sound Designer, Noah D. Pettit as Production Stage Manager, Darv√čll Barger as sound operator, and Ohenaba Quarshie as light operator.

Anna Harris as Mollie Ralston.   Photo by Jay Prewitt

The show features Anna Harris and David Lorimer as a young couple (Mollie and Giles Ralston) who open a small hotel about 30 miles outside London.  

Their guests include an eccentric young man, Dustin Boothby (Christopher Wren), a demanding older woman, Kathy Helms Arnold (Mrs. Boyle), a retired Army major Jack Randall Earles (Major Metcalf), and a mysterious young woman Cheyenne "Sky" Welch (Miss Casewell).

Last to arrive are Jay Prewitt (Mr. Paravacini) an unexpected guest and Cameron Wunderlich (Sgt. Trotter) a policeman investigating a London murder.

Nothing is quite what it seems, and when one of the guests is murdered, Sgt. Trotter has his hands full investigating the twists and turns of the evening.  See if you can figure it out before he does!






FYI - TICKET SALES!!!



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Tickets for all remaining shows including the current production The Mousetrap, Disney's Beauty & the Beast, and Barefoot in The Park on are sale the next two weeks. You can buy or reserve tickets for any of these shows by calling the box office at 765-653-5880 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.  Volunteers are in the box office ONLY during the posted times.

DO NOT ORDER TICKETS VIA FACEBOOK OR EMAIL OR SNAIL MAIL.

Seating is limited for some nights of Disney's Beauty & the Beast. Best seats for that musical are available for opening night, August 9; the 3 p.m. Sunday matinee on August 12; Wednesday, August 15; and closing night, August 18.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

SHAKESPEARED! COMING YOUR WAY!!



The annual Youth Theatre Workshop will have its presentation on Saturday, June 30, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available only at the door. Admission is $3 for everyone over the age of 12. This year, two productions of the Bard’s Romeo & Juliet are on the bill.

The production is being sponsored by Shuee’s.


Click HERE to learn more about our sponsor.

The Middle School Group is up first with a short traditional version of the story. It is being directed by Eleanor Howard with assistance from Bethany Bax.

The Montagues & Capulets in the streets of old Verona.

Featured in this portion are Isabella Brown and Leo Brown as the title pair. Other featured roles are taken by Grace Long, Aleyce Green, Marie Malinoski, Rose Malinoski, Henry Cox, Bella Green, Alice Howard, Kyle Brentlinger, Paxton O’Brien, Evie Green, and Evan Lazar.

The tragedy ends.....

Narrators for the production are Evangeline Brown and Samantha Funk. Others onstage include Rebecca Hebb, Mya Weddle, Chloe Gardner, Logan Warren, Jocelyn Gardner,  and Aiden Spradlin.




Romeo & Juliet (Craig Robinson & Haley Wilson)

The High School Group will present Romeo & Juliet: The Fateful Voyage, a version of the tale that takes place on the liner Titanic.  It is being directed by Caroline Good & Hannah Gellman. Playing the star-crossed teens in this version are Craig Robinson and Haley Wilson.

The tragedy ends.....again.....

Among those in supporting roles are Susanna Howard, Devin Huff, Ava Maginity, Isabelle Cafoouras, Michael Thede, Ellie Henry, Ruthie Mann, Grant Pettit, and Samuel Gray.Other along for the ride include Anna Norris, Noah D. Pettit (who is also the assistant director), Katie Newton, Fiona Good, Dale Dye Thomas, Ella Dye Thomas, Courtney Huff, Victoria Huff, and Hope Roberts.

YTW Director Caroline Good adapted both productions.  Working on the technical side are Alexander Gandy, Dustin Bond, and Tim Good.