The Theater at Monmouth will hold its annual auditions for summer company members in January in Maine and in New York. Deadline to apply for consideration for either audition location in Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Maine auditions will be held Monday, Jan. 4, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Cumston Hall, 796 Main St. TAM’s auditions for non-AEA performers in New York are set for Friday, Jan. 8. Resumes must demonstrate experience in Shakespeare and children’s theater.

The 2016 summer season includes Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” directed by Dawn McAndrews, and “Henry V,” directed by Joseph Discher; Beaumarchais’ “Barber of Seville,” directed by Matthew Arbour; Tony Kushner’s adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s “The Illusion,” directed by Davis Robinson; Jo Roet’s adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s “Cyrano,” directed by Tess Van Horn; and “The Master Cat, or Puss in Boots,” directed by Stacey Koloski.

Each actor in the summer company plays three or four roles; all shows are rehearsed and performed in repertory. The summer season, which runs from June 7 through Aug. 21, operates on a LOA-to-LORT contract with Actors’ Equity, and union rules will be followed for Equity and non-Equity actors. Internships also are available.

TAM’s summer season is a true ensemble of more than 50 theater artists from all over the country. They perform in repertory in Cumston Hall, a 250-seat Victorian opera house; rehearsals take place in the newly renovated Grange Hall. A complete performance schedule is available online at

TAM is looking for theater professionals who would like to join a strong ensemble company and are interested in teamwork, collaboration, and artistic growth in a creatively charged environment. To be considered for Monmouth or New York auditions, email headshot and resume (with website, if applicable) by Dec. 1 to, indicating preferred location for audition.

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