|Midtown Productions accepts Short Play Submissions for their annual
SHORTS! (Fun-Size Plays)
(An evening of 10 minute plays)
Show us what you've got, and hopefully we can bring it to our stage!
1. Email or mail your submission to addresses below. Be sure to
include your contact information.
2. There is a $25 fee to submit your play. Please include a check
payable to: Midtown Productions. You may also pay your fee by
through PayPal by clicking the Buy Now button below.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Call - (843)795-2223
Mail - 915 Folly Rd. PMB # 25, Charleston, SC 29412
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!
THE CHARLESTON ACTING STUDIO RELIES ON THE
SELFLESS DEDICATION OF OUR VOLUNTEERS! IF YOU ARE
INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING PLEASE SUBMIT A
TO US AT MIDTOWNPRODUCTIONS@YAHOO.COM
Midtown Productions for the Moja Arts Festival
6 African American guys (a couple of girls would be ok too!)
Actors must be able to SING, DANCE, and ACT.
Rehearsals begin in August. Paid gig. (But don't give up your day job.)
Auditions are by appointment only.
Monday, July 8 from 6:30 and July 9 from 7pm.
Email Sheri Grace Wenger, Artistic Director of Midtown Productions, at:
email@example.com or call 843-729-0974.
If July 8 & 9 are not convenient dates for you, we will do our best to work with your schedule.
The first week of October 2013 and possibly repeated in 2014 at the NEW Cabaret Theatre
space on Azalea Road.
The story revolves around a guy named Nomax, whose woman left him, he's broke, and it's
almost five o'clock in the mornin'. Then suddenly, out of Nomax's radio, pop FIVE GUYS
NAMED MOE. They cajole, wheedle, comfort and entertain him with the whimsical hit songs OF
LOUIS JORDAN, one of the most beloved songwriting talents of the twentieth century - often
called "the father of the blues" and "The grandfather of rock and roll!"(Caldonia, Don't Let The
Sun Catch You Crying, Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens, Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby... )
With more than fifty top ten singles on the rhythm and blues charts, this great composer and
saxophonist brought a popular new slant to jazz and blues that paved the way for the
rock-and-roll of the 1950's. An Tony award nominee and international sensation, FIVE GUYS
NAMED MOE is an exhilarating, all-embracing theatrical experience, complete with some
"uproarious audience participation" numbers that'll have spectators leaping out of their seats to
join the celebration!