Theater at Monmouth seeks energetic and dynamic non-AEA performers for its 2017 summer repertory season. The contract runs 10 weeks, June 13 through Aug. 20, and includes housing (for non-residents of Maine), meals and a weekly stipend. Resumes must demonstrate experience in Shakespeare and theater for families.

The 2017 summer season includes: Moliere’s “Learned Ladies,” directed by Sally Wood; Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” directed by Dawn McAndrews and “Othello,” directed by Catherine Weidner; Lolita Chakrabarti’s “Red Velvet,” directed by Jennifer Nelson; Richard Greenberg’s “Three Days of Rain,” directed by Carmenmaria Mandley; and “My Father’s Dragon,” directed by Adam Blais.

First performance is June 24, and the season closes on Aug. 20. Each actor in the summer company plays three or four roles; all shows are rehearsed and performed in repertory. The summer season operates on an LOA (Letter of Agreement) to LORT (League of Resident Theatres) Agreement contract with Actors’ Equity, and union rules will be followed for Equity and non-Equity actors. Internships also are available.

Interested actors should email headshot and resume (with website, if applicable) to by Thursday, Dec. 1, to be considered for New York auditions. For more information, visit

Theater at Monmouth, founded in 1970, was named the Shakespearean Theater of Maine in 1975. TAM’s mission is to present innovative approaches to Shakespeare and other classic plays through professional productions that enrich the lives of people throughout Maine. Since its founding, TAM has produced a three-month summer repertory season, entertaining audiences from 36 states and through education tours annually reaching more than 15,000 students.

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