The Actorsingers

Presenting Community Theatre since 1955

Young Frankenstein Auditions 

Information Night to be held Sunday Aug 3rd 7 PM
Information Night

Sunday, August 3, 2014 7:00 pm

Meet the directors, hear their concepts for the show, ask whatever questions you have, then stick around afterward for a social gathering!

More information here


Audition Dates & Times

Sunday, August 10th from 6-10 pm
Monday, August 11 from 7-10 pm
Callbacks: Wednesday, August 13 at 7:30 pm (if needed)

Audition Details click here
Posted by Evelynn Decker Saturday, August 2, 2014 12:27:00 PM Categories: Auditions Main Stage

Seeking Proposals for Childrens Production  

To be Stage March 6-8 2015

Actorsingers is seeking proposals for their next children's production (grades 3-8) that will be staged March 6-8, 2015 at Janice B. Streeter Theatre, Nashua. 

Proposals and team interviews will be heard in the evening Tuesday, Sept 2nd, with the first interview slot at 7:00 PM. 

To set up an interview time please send the name of the show being proposed and resumes of the Director, Music Director and Choreography team to Evelynn Decker at by the deadline Friday August 29th.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Saturday, August 2, 2014 12:19:00 PM Categories: Seeking Directors

Seeking Directors CRAZY for YOU  

Share your talents!

The award winning Actorsingers of Nashua, NH is seeking a Director, a Music Director, and a Choreographer for our Spring Show 2015 to be staged May 15 – 17, 2015 at Edmund Keefe Auditorium in Nashua.

We are happy to announce the spring show will be Crazy for You Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Book by Ken Ludwig.

Interviews will take place in the evening on Tuesday, Sept 9th with the first interview slot at 7:00 PM. You may interview individually or as team.

To set up an interview time please send area of interest and resume to Evelynn Decker at  by the deadline Friday August 29th.  

Posted by Evelynn Decker Saturday, August 2, 2014 12:09:00 PM Categories: Seeking Directors

2014 NH Community Theatre Festival  

Auditions Announced

Actorsingers to Hold Auditions for NH Community Theater Festival June 12 at 7pm at the Hall. This years entry will be two short plays and will include acting fun for both men and women.

Drive Angry:  Two young men discuss life and what really just ticks them off as they drive through the urban landscape.
Cast:  Rex the Mex:  late teens to early 40's, Chemo-Boy:  late teens to late 20's Run Time:  maximum 20 minutes

Meow:  Two middle aged women at a restaurant discuss how they fit in their office work place.
Cast:  Two women, late 30's to early 60's, One young woman, late teens to early 30's,  Run Time:  maximum 30 minutes    

If you'd like to audition yet don't think that you meet the character descriptions, don't let the character descriptions for any role deter you.

Rehearsals will be held twice a week at a time mutually agreeable to the participants.  The Festival will be held at the Concord City Auditorium in Concord on the weekend of Sept 21.  If the pattern from previous years holds, the technical rehearsal (our chance to get on the stage and run the play) will be on Friday evening and the performance will be sometime on Saturday.    

For questions/more information, contact Director Chuck Emmons at or through FB or home answering machine 603-891-0734  

Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, June 4, 2014 10:52:00 PM Categories: Auditions NHCTA

Nominations 2014/2015 Board of Directors  

Vote at the Actorsingers Annual Meeting, June 9, 2014*

*Kathy LeClair- President

*Tom Ritrovato – Vice President

*Dave Miller – Treasurer

*Evelynn Decker - Corresponding Secretary

*Gretchen Gray - Recording Secretary

 Amy Agostino – finishing 2nd year of 2 year term

 Lindsay Vago – finishing 2nd year of 2 year term

Tony Breen – finishing 2nd year of Gretchen Gray's 2 year term

*Bill Cote – new 2 year term

*Carol Gorelick – new 2 year term

*Lizzie Krahenbuhl – new 2 year term

 Donna O’Bryant Metzger – President ex-officio


* There will be a vote taken for all Officers and for 3 new 2 Year Term Directors 

Thank you to the Nominating Committee chaired by Lindsay Vago. To those who have finished serving on the Board: Donna O'Bryant Metzger,  Cheryl Stocks, Catherine Andruskevich - The Actorsingers thank you for your time, dedication and patience.

Voting will take place at the Actorsingers Annual Meeting, June 9, 2014 - 219 Lake St., Nashua

Meeting starts at 7 PM social starts at 6:30 PM

Nominations to The Board can also be made from the floor for any position with the following stipulations: 1. Anyone who is nominated from the floor and not present at the Annual Meeting must submit a letter stating their willingness to accept a nomination. 2. Anyone nominated for President must have served on The Board within the past 10 years. 3. All who nominate and accept must be voting members: 2 consecutive years of paying dues and actively involved in one Actorsingers sanctioned function per year.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, May 19, 2014 7:17:00 PM Categories: Meetings

Legally Blonde Auditions  

May 16 - 17 2014


Audition Information

Ages 13 - 19

(Must be 13 by opening day and must be no more than 19 on opening day)

Audition form here.

Auditions will be:

  • Friday May 16th  6-9 pm
  • Saturday May 17th 10 am -1 pm
  • Call backs Sunday May 18th 9- 11 am

Auditions will be at Actorsingers Hall 219 Lake Street Nashua NH

Teens interested in auditioning should prepare a 16 bar cut of a musical theatre selection in the style of the show that best demonstrates tone and range.  Please bring sheet music. Please be prepared for a range check if asked to do so.

Those who audition should also be prepared for cold readings from the script.

The hall will be open an hour before auditions begin, to learn the audition dance.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, May 14, 2014 10:36:00 PM Categories: Auditions


To the Cast & Crew of The Music Man

Bravo 3 great performances!

May 9 - 11 , 2014

Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, May 14, 2014 9:24:00 PM

In The Spotlight - Jenn Morton and Michelle Morrison 

Co-Producers The Music Man

Jenn Morton and Michelle Morrison are co-producers for The Music Man. They just started producing Actorsingers youth shows a few years ago, and we are grateful they volunteered to take on producing a main-stage show! 


Jenn and Michelle became involved in Theatre because their children wanted to be in shows. Community theater is a great opportunity for families to work on something together, so they jumped in to help whenever there was a need. They want everyone to know that no prior theater experience is necessary. If you think this might be fun, give it a try! We are glad they did, because they have become valuable production resources for Actorsingers! Jenn and Michelle have made many friends and laughed often with Actorsingers pals. When they are old(er) and gray(er), some of their favorite memories will be of music and laughter that filled the rehearsal rooms and stairways of Actorsingers Hall.


They say “The best part of working on a show is getting to know the people involved. The cast members are very talented & have a wonderful time together. And just as important as the cast are the behind-the-scenes volunteers. The many hours and hours that it takes to coordinate every little piece of the show… publicity, the set, the costumes, props, lighting, sound, tickets, concessions, program… many people are spending time & energy thinking about those things and working hard to make sure every piece fits into place, like a giant puzzle.  Then, it all comes together during Tech Week (really, it does!) and you breathe a sigh of relief and have fun!”


By day, Michelle works as an account manager in corporate America, and Jenn is a home schooling volunteer-a-holic who works part time at the Nashua Public Library. They both love spending time with family & friends, as well as taking care of their pet menagerie, which includes chickens they inherited with their recently purchased home.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Thursday, May 8, 2014 6:37:00 AM Categories: In the Spotlight

In The Spotlight - Kathy Lovering  

Director The Music Man

Kathy Lovering, from Nashua, is the Director of The Music Man. The Music Man is one of Kathy’s favorites and she is thrilled to be turning the pages from the script to an on-stage show!  In fact the first show Kathy saw as a child was when her parents took her to see an Actorsingers production of The Music Man in 1975.  This is the third time that Actorsingers is bringing this wonderful show to the stage, first in 1975, again in 1987, and now, on May 9, 10 and 11 in 2014. “We wanted to do a classical musical that showcases music that everyone is familiar with, and makes you feel good as you leave the theatre.  It has all the elements of an uplifting and fun show that we know will be a crowd pleaser.” 

The 67 member cast brings some interesting statistics to the show in addition to their performing talents. There are also many coincidences in this production of The Music Man.  Two sisters, Marilyn Valentine and Sandra Metaxotos, are performing in this production, in honor of their late sister, Rebecca, who performed the role of Marian for Nashua High School.  Their niece Lindsay Murch and Sandra’s daughter Chloe are in the ensemble. There are nine families in this show, which is a record for the most families in any Actorsingers production. 

Director Kathy Lovering and Marilyn Valentine (Widow Paroo) were classmates at Nashua High School. Music director, Jed Holland, met his wife, Martha Daniels Holland, in the second production of The Music Man, and all 5 of their children are involved in this show.  The second production of The Music Man was directed by the late John Liljeberg, whose wife Raelene is the costume mistress for this production. John was an assistant director for the Nashua High School band for many years, and Kathy Lovering and Jed Holland were in band together during that time. With so many coincidences in this production, the third time staging The Music Man is a thrill for all involved, and we hope audiences go out and enjoy the show!

What is the most challenging part of bringing this show to life?  “It’s a huge tech show, huge cast, and it's a period piece which is always a challenge.”

Kathy has been with Actorsingers since 1977, and in addition to directing main-stage shows, she has directed Junior Actorsingers and Teen Actorsingers shows, as well as a few shows at Nashua High South and the Nashua Senior Center.  Kathy has served on the Actorsingers Board of Directors as president, secretary, vice-president and director. Actorsingers has presented Kathy with the Penny Award, the Life Member Award, and the Actorsingers Hall of Fame Award.

Kathy makes her livelihood as an insurance agent “which is not fun!” She also likes gardening and restoring furniture.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, May 5, 2014 11:06:00 PM Categories: In the Spotlight

In The Spotlight - Jed Holland & Martha Daniels Holland 

Music Director & Choreographer The Music Man

Jed Holland is the Music Director and Martha Daniels Holland is the Choreographer for the upcoming production of The Music Man May 9-11. They are thrilled to be working together with this large cast of 67 very talented adults, teens and children! The Music and Choreography is so much fun in this production, including the much loved songs "Ya Got Trouble", "Goodnight, My Someone", "Seventy-Six Trombones", “My White Knight” and “Shipoopi”.

Jed has been involved with Actorsingers since 1981, where he has enjoyed many productions in and out of the Orchestra Pit. Martha has been involved with Actorsingers since 1987, where she met Jed in that year’s production of The Music Man. Jed was playing the piano and she was one of the teenage chorus dancers, and now they are happily married with 5 children. In fact all of their children - Andrew, Becca, Mike, Mary and Christopher - are involved with this production of The Music Man, which makes this production very special for them! They are also excited to be working with their Chilean exchange student Ismael as one of the dancers in this show.

 Since Martha’s appearance in her first show, The Music Man, in 1987, theatre has had such an impact on her that she has been involved in nearly all Actorsingers productions, in one way or another, ever since! Martha takes great pleasure in choreographing shows, but still enjoys being onstage occasionally. Jed loves Music Directing and especially loves working on shows with Martha and the entire family!

 Martha has served as past Actorsingers Vice President and board member. Jed served as the original Actorsingers webmaster and performed that duty for many, many years. Jed is a past unsung hero recipient, Martha is a past Actorsingers Wall of Fame recipient, and both Martha and Jed have received lifetime membership awards.

 By day, Jed is a software engineer, and Martha is a full-time Realtor with RE/MAX Properties and loves her work. For fun, they experience great joy spending time with their family and friends and of course going to see all the live theatre they can!

Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, May 5, 2014 10:37:00 PM Categories: In the Spotlight
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