Do It Now! Additional Audition Date

The Baltimore Playwrights Festival is proudly partnering with playwright Rich Espey and composer Jonathan Jensen to present their musical DO IT NOW! Directed and choreographed by Timoth David Copney-Welton, this show promises to be a Baltimore-area summer sensation! An Additional Audition and Callback will be held on 3/18 to become part of this premiere performance. A stipend will be provided to all participants.

AUDITION DATE
Wednesday March 18th, 6pm to 8pm
The Fells Point Corner Theatre

PLEASE PREPARE A SONG OF 16 TO 32 BARS. SIDES WILL BE GIVEN FOR COLD READINGS.
REHEARSALS WILL START THE SECOND WEEK OF JUNE

PRODUCTION DATES
Fells Point Corner Theatre
August 13th to 16th, and August 20th to 23rd

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER
Middle-aged, white male – baritone

JAMES BAKER, Schaefer’s neighbor
Young or middle-aged, African-American male – baritone/bass
GEORGE MURRAY, political candidate (doubles with James Baker) Young or middle-aged, African-American male – baritone/bass

ED RUTKOWSKI, Schaefer’s neighbor
Middle-aged white male – baritone
HYMAN PRESSMAN, city comptroller
Middle-aged or old white male (non-singing) (doubles with Ed Rutkowski)

JACK HOFFMAN, a businessman and political boss
Middle-aged white male – baritone
ROBERT IRSAY, owner of the Baltimore Colts (doubles with Jack Hoffman)

DAN GOLDNER, assistant to Schaefer
Young white male – tenor/baritone

Questions? email [email protected]

BPF’s Staged Reading Season Begins!

We are excited to kick off our season. “Moving Things Around” by Barbara Barnow will be performed on Saturday, Oct 12 at 11:00 am, with an audience talk-back to follow. The performance will take place at Function Coworking Community, 4709 Harford Rd, Baltimore MD 21214.


Mae has reached a threshold where she recognizes that her life can be summed up as “moving things around.” Though happily married, she walks out on her family hoping to sort things out and find a way out of her daily weariness. Away for a second night, she stops at a diner and meets Greg, a second-year law student who has become disillusioned with becoming a lawyer. In their night together, they share not only a tent but their thoughts on disappointment and the desire for more meaning in their lives.


Thank you for supporting the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Join Us!

Join Us!

Crusade, a Baltimore Playwrights Festival Season 38 entry, by local playwright Bruce Bonafede, is being presented by Rapid Lemon Productions at Theatre Project weekends August 9th to 18th

Directed by Timoth David Copney
Produced by Rapid Lemon Productions in association with the Baltimore Playwrights Festival

Theatre Project  |  45 W Preston St, Baltimore, MD 21201

For more information: http://www.theatreproject.org/crusade/