Dreams Come True There
We always go over to the Opera House for their wonderful productions! It's one of my favorite places to go to. I feel like the Opera House is the most important structure in Rochester. Everyone always works so hard! They put on the best shows. Dreams come true there. People from all over come to perform or watch. I love the Opera House.
~ Karen, Grade 8
Educational & Exciting!
I can't thank you enough for all your help with today's show [We The People]. So many of the parents/teachers told me how much they loved the show! I called the company [Theatreworks USA] to see if they could get us a CD or DVD of the show. I love when an education show like this really excites our children for the love of learning! I look forward to seeing you again for future shows. Thank you again.
~ Sincerely, Carol Petrusewicz
This morning was another brilliant performance in the A&E Series..."A Christmas Carol." Thank you so very much!
~ Mary Margaret Lubatti
Thank you so much for the wonderful production of Charlotte's Web! Our classes truly enjoyed the play. Thank you for continuing local theater of such high standards.
~ Mrs. Clark & Mrs. Kimball
Rochester Opera House (ROH) Productions: Award Winning Theatre Series! The Rochester Opera House contracts with over 250 regional, professional directors, actors, choreographers, technicians and, on occasion, equity guest artists to produce Broadway musicals and plays for the award-winning Theatre Series, which includes performances for adults, families, children and teens. During the past two seasons, Rochester Opera House Theatre Series Productions (ROH Productions) were nominated for twenty-nine Spotlight on the Arts Awards with several categories receiving awards. Recent productions include Shrek The Musical, The Wizard of Oz, Glengarry Glen Ross, All Shook Up and To Kill A Mockingbird.
The Miracle Worker
Produced by Anthony Ejarque
Directed by Michael Walsh
Eleven performances, including two daytime school-age shows, run from March 31 through April 10, 2016.
Begin January 31, 2016.
Sunday, November 22 and Monday, November 23 from 6pm to 9pm.
The Governor's Inn, 78 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH.
All roles are open for children ages 7-12 and adults, also seeking an African-American adult woman and children.
Actors will receive a stipend.
To read from the script.
Your resumé with current headshot and a list of all known conflicts.
For more information or to schedule an audition, please contact Stage Manager Sue Roy at (603) 973-2116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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