The Actorsingers

Presenting Community Theatre since 1955

In The Spotlight - Lara Hyde (2017)  

Choreographer - SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN

Lara is from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  We first met her and husband Robbie last year when they performed in Spamalot.  Here’s what she has to say about Actorsingers and her role as choreographer in Singin’ in the Rain.

What compelled you to want to work on this particular show? Listening to music from this show makes me spontaneously smile and drop whatever I'm doing to start dancing.

What do you get from theater that you don’t get from anything else you do? Theater gives me the most exhilarating adrenaline rush. While choreographing the production, I have loved the feeling of my brain being ripe with ideas, and then weaving these ideas together into a creative vision that will make both the performers and the audience feel something. For this production in particular, I'm usually aiming for giddy happiness explosions.

What was the most challenging part of bringing your craft to life for this show? Making sure that performers don't accidentally poke each other’s eyes out with their umbrellas or fall into the orchestra pit - it gets jam-packed when there are 35 people onstage! 

What are the 2-3 most interesting/noteworthy factoids about this production as it relates to your craft? The diversity of dance styles in this show is noteworthy, including tap, Charleston, smooth jazz, ballroom, acrobatics and slapstick physical comedy. As a choreographer, I've enjoyed researching 1920s-style movement through many hours of YouTube videos and creating movement that reflects these dynamics. Ever since I signed onto the show in September, I've been having these ideas pop into my head at all times of the day; while cooking eggs, drinking a cup of coffee, walking down the hall at work and even in the shower. In the process I've learned some important lessons, like the fact that my home ceilings are too low to dance inside with an umbrella and that it is very dangerous to tap dance in flip flops while holding a cup of coffee.

Who or what inspired you to be involved in theater? My mom inspired me to dance when I was a little girl. She was a dancer, too, so she was pretty thrilled when I really took to dance. Growing up I was primarily a ballerina, and also trained in jazz, tap and modern. Most recently, I danced with Urbanity, a contemporary dance company in Boston. Although I've always loved musicals, I wasn't involved in any musical theater myself until last year when I performed with the Actorsingers in Spamalot and choreographed Damn Yankees at a local high school. I'm embracing musical theater in this new chapter of my life and thoroughly enjoying the challenge - my goodness, it is difficult to sing and dance at the same time!

What do you like best about being involved in Community Theater? The COMMUNITY. When my husband and I moved to New Hampshire from Boston we didn't know anyone in the area. This inspired me to start "Operation Make Friends in NH," and together we auditioned for Actorsingers. I can say that our operation was immensely successful. I love how the Actorsingers community is multi-generational and inspires people to contribute their many talents create to create shows that are so much more than the sum of their parts.

What do you do for fun and work when you aren’t working in the theater? I teach Anatomy and Physiology and Nutrition courses at Manchester Community College. Earlier this year, my husband Robbie and I launched a nutrition YouTube channel called Nourishable. Robbie is passionate about the audio and visual production to create a platform for me to share my expertise gained from my PhD in nutrition. Our goal is to create a source for accurate nutrition information in bite-size pieces to empower everyone to lead healthy lifestyles. Check it out at I also enjoy running marathons and going on cross-continent adventures with Robbie and our giant poodle in our trailer.  

Is there anything else about this production that you feel is interesting? This is my first time choreographing for Actorsingers and I'm having a blast!

Photo credit: Eli Akerstein, Urbanity Dance

Enjoy SINGIN' IN THE RAIN May 12 - 14, 2017 ! Tickets available here !


Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:25:00 AM Categories: In the Spotlight

The Wild Party - 2017  

Summer Fringe Show Auditions



DIRECTED BY Beth Schwartz



Actorsingers show page

Friday August 25 - Sunday August 27, 2017

@ 14 Court St. Theatre, Nashua, NH



Friday May 19 at 7 PM

Info night will be at Actorsingers, 219 Lake St, Nashua, NH 03060
Come meet the directors of the summer fringe show, hear about their vision for the show, and ask any questions that you may have.


Sunday June 4, 7pm – 10pm
Monday June 5, 7pm – 10pm
Doors open 1 hour before to learn the audition dance
The latest you should arrive is 9 pm in order to have time to learn the audition dance and be seen by the audition board
Callbacks: Wednesday, June 7 at 7pm
Auditions  and callbacks will be at Actorsingers, 219 Lake St, Nashua, NH 03060
Audition Form
Audition form in pdf and word


Must be at least 18 years old before auditions. Character age ranges are stated in the character descriptions.

Dance Requirement:

There will be a small dance combination that will be taught at auditions.

All auditioners are required to perform the dance audition to evaluate your movement ability. (Queenie, Kate, Black and Burrs must be very good movers, Jackie must be a good dancer.)

Audition Dance video here

Vocal Requirement: Be ready to present a song in the style of the show (not from the show) that best represents your style and range - approximately 32 bars. Bring sheet music (a piano accompanist will be provided).

Drama Requirement: No monologues are required. Sides will be provided at callbacks


Sundays 6-10 pm

Mondays 7-10 pm

Wednesdays 7-10 pm

Rehearsals start Sunday June 11

Rehearsals will start Sunday, June 11 and will be on Sundays 6–10 pm; Mondays 7–10 pm Wednesdays 7–10 pm. After July 16 Schedule changes to Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday.

You may not be called for every rehearsal but please plan on it for now.


Queenie, Female, 20-30, F3-F5 Blonde and beautiful. Sexy. Looks a little older and more tired than her age would indicate. Afraid of being alone. Has become addicted to Burrs' presence and ravenous sexual appetite.

Burrs, Male, 30-40, G3-A5 Handsome. A professional clown. Dangerous and charming all at once. Sexually ravenous and drawn to Queenie like a moth to the flame. Hurts somewhere deep inside, and slowly descends into jealous insanity.

Black, Male, 25-35, F3-G5 Strong, handsome, and poised without being posed. An enigmatic loner. Protective. No-nonsense kind of guy who cannot understand Queenie's attraction to Burrs.

Kate, Female, 20-30, F3-E5 A lush. Likes to be the "life of the party." Always looking out for number one, and is jealous of Queenie. Sexy, sensual, and confident.

Madeline True, Female, 30-55 (Age Flexible), A3-E5 A tired woman and an announced lesbian. Sexually hungry. Blunt and very dry.

Delores, Female, 30-45(Age Flexible), A3-A5 A party-goer pitching ideas and hoping to score with Sam. A wild woman of the night.

Eddie, Male, 30-45, A3-A5 Mae's husband who is perhaps even more dim-witted than she is. A big oaf. Can be a lovable teddy bear but also a quick tempered brute. Adores his wife.

Mae, Female, 25-45, A3-D5 Eddie's wife. Sweet and beautiful, but not particularly bright. Adores her husband and dotes on him.

Sam, Male, 30-50, A3-A5 Busy producer and "attention whore." Trying to avoid the outrageous pitches made by Dolores, until it becomes sexual.

Oscar D’Armano, Male, 25-35, A3-B5 Phil's brother and lover who dresses as his twin. A composer and an entertainer in every sense of the word. Very flamboyant.

Phil D’Armano, Male, 25-35, A3-A5 Oscar's brother and lover who dresses as his twin. A composer and an entertainer in every sense of the word. Very flamboyant.

Nadine, Female, “A Minor” 16-18 (in appearance) A3-A5 The only minor at the party. Waifish and somewhat naïve. She is in over her head and trying to keep up.

Max, Male, 25-35, A3-B5 One of the party goers and a member of the usual "gang." He is full of life and energy.

Jackie, Male, 20-30, (Ensemble singing/Good Dancer)

Ensemble (10-12) Male and Female, various vocal ranges, Should be good dancers.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, March 20, 2017 9:07:00 PM Categories: Auditions Fringe Project

Jesus Christ Superstar - 2017  

Summer Teen Show Auditions


Lyrics by Tim Rice

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber


DIRECTED BY Angèlica Rosenthal  



Actorsingers show page

Friday, July 14 - July 16, 2017

@ 14 Court St. Theatre, Nashua, NH



Friday April 14, 7-9 pm

Info night will be at Actorsingers, 219 Lake St, Nashua, NH 03060
Come meet the directors of the Teen summer show, hear about their vision for the show, and ask any questions that you may have. This info night will be live streaming on Facebook in order to reach those who can't make it in person!


Fri, April 21, 7pm – 10pm
Sat, April 22, 1pm – 4pm 
doors open 1 hour before to learn the dance
Callbacks if needed Sunday April 23 at 10 :00 AM
Auditions  will be at Actorsingers, 219 Lake St, Nashua, NH 03060
Audition Form
Audition form in pdf and word  


This is a Teen production.,  You must be at least 13 and no older than 19 by the opening of the show (July 14, 2017)

Dance Requirement:

There will be a small dance combination that will be taught at auditions.

Audition Dance video here

Vocal Requirement: Minimum of 16 bars (or 30 seconds of a track) of two contrasting songs in the style of the show. This show features a lot of different emotionally charged songs to tell the story of the show. It’s always best to choose songs that show off not just your vocal range but also your acting range.

A piano accompanist will be provided so please bring sheet music, you may also bring a cd or smartphone with the 30 second instrumental only tracks.



Video auditions will be accepted for teens away at college or otherwise out of town.

Jesus Christ Superstar Video Auditions
Deadline for submissions Saturday April 22nd, 1 PM ET 

Please e-mail all video audition materials to Jesus Christ Superstar audition board chair by deadline to be considered for a role.

 Video Audition Requirements
1.Completed audition form including all rehearsal conflicts 
3.Theatre resume 
4.Director requirements as stated below

Video Audition Director Requirements

For those unable to make the scheduled audition times, creating a video (or videos) with the following will be a suitable audition package. We need all three of the following in your package to be considered for a role:
1.Voice & Acting: Minimum of 16 bars (or 30 seconds of a track) of two contrasting songs in the style of the show. This show features a lot of different emotionally charged songs to tell the story of the show. It’s always best to choose songs that show off not just your vocal range but also your acting range.
2.Dance: There will be a small dance combination that is taught in a video please show us the dance to the best of your ability with the sound track to the 2000 movie version. Audition dance video   Music soundtrack 
3.Acting: Please perform the two chosen songs again with focus on the acting through your voice, face and body. One with the Idea of distress and the other Strength and Power. Please make strong choices.



Sundays 1-5 pm

Tuesdays 7-10 pm

Thursdays 7-10 pm

Rehearsals start Sunday April 30

Principal Roles: Ages, gender, and doubling of parts are merely suggestions
Jesus Christ - Title role, leader of the twelve disciples, called the "Son of God" and the "King of the Jews." Tenor (A2 - G5)
Judas Iscariot - One of the twelve apostles of Jesus; concerned for the poor and the consequences of Jesus's fame. Tenor (D3 - D5)
Mary Magdalene - A female follower of Jesus who finds herself falling in love with him. Mezzo- Soprano (F3 - Eb5)
Pontius Pilate - Governor of Judea who foresees the events of Jesus's crucifixion from beginning to aftermath in a dream and finds himself being presented with that very situation. Baritenor (A2 - B4)
Caiaphas - One of the main antagonists of the show. High priest who sees Jesus as a threat to the nation. Bass (C#2 - F4)
Annas - One of the main antagonists of the show. Fellow priest at the side of Caiaphas who is persuaded by Caiaphas into seeing Jesus as a threat. Countertenor (G2 - D5)
Peter - One of Jesus's twelve apostles; denies Jesus three times upon the night of Jesus's arrest to save himself. Baritone (A2 - G4)
Simon Zealotes - One of Jesus's twelve apostles; urges Jesus to lead his followers into battle against the Romans. Tenor (G3 - B4)
King Herod - The King of Galilee; Jesus is brought to him for judgment after first being taken to Pilate. Tenor (C#3 - G4)
Ensemble - Open to all voice parts as well as many opportunities for featured roles. 
Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, March 15, 2017 11:47:00 AM Categories: Actorsingers Teen Auditions

Seeking Directors Fall Show 2017 

To be Staged Nov 3- 5, 2017

Drowsy Chaperone

Actorsingers Seeking Directors for Fall Show 2017


The Actorsingers of Nashua, NH is seeking a Director, a Music Director, and a Choreographer for our Fall Show 2017 to be staged Nov 3-5, 2017 at Edmund Keefe Auditorium in Nashua.  We are happy to announce the fall show will be The Drowsy Chaperone, Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar.

Interviews will take place in the evening on Thursday, March 30th with the first interview slot at 7:00 PM. You may interview individually or as team.

 To set up an interview time please send letter of intent and resume to Diana Hill at  by the deadline Friday March 23th 2017.  

Posted by Evelynn Decker Saturday, March 11, 2017 11:30:00 AM Categories: Main Stage Seeking Directors

Singin' in the Rain cast list 




Don Lockwood –Marc Murai

Cosmo Brown – Colin Malette

Kathy Selden –  Mia Berardi

Lina Lamont – Seraphim D'Andrea

R. F. Simpson –Don Smith-Weiss

Roscoe Dexter – Phillip Laks

Dora Bailey – Becca Tarr

Rod – Tim Bomil

Sid Phillips – Jacob Duby

Zelda Zangler – Elise Wulff

Phoebe Dinsmore –   Martha Daniels Holland

Male Vocal Coach – Jed  Holland

Tenor Soloist – Max Mcgrath


Specialty Dancers:

Patrice Doherty

Alyssa Gillin

Gabby Lavoie

Olivia Moriarty

Samantha  Morin

Emily Trubey

Sarah Wenrich

Elise Wulff


Young Don and Young Cosmo - TBD


Ensemble & Bit Parts:

Tim Bomil

Mike Bradbury

Tina Cassidy

Alicia  Chouinard

Gilbert Chouinard

Christie Conticchio

Bill Cote

Barbara Danais

Martha Daniels Holland

Patrice Doherty

Jacob  Duby

Alyssa Gillin

Logan Higgins

Jed  Holland

Rose Marie Joly

Gabby Lavoie

Derek Levesque

Kathleen Meehan Goreham

Olivia Moriarty

Samantha  Morin

Danielle Nobles

Mackenzie Ozaroff

Alice Pascucci

Gail Reilly

Becca Tarr

Pamela Thornhill

Katie Tocci

Emily Trubey

Sarah Wenrich

Elise Wulff

Jo-Ann Zall


Posted by Cheryl Stocks Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:06:00 PM Categories: Cast List Main Stage

Seeking proposals summer 2017 Adult production 

Deadline Jan 26, 2017

Actorsingers seeking directing teams with show proposals for a summer adult show. Edgy and/or different is good!


The show dates are Aug. 25-27 at Janice B. Streeter Theatre in Nashua.


Interviews will be held in the evening of Feb 2 . Groups should submit their proposals by Jan 26th deadline. Please e-mail Diana at with name of show, director resumes, and general proposal ideas.

Posted by Evelynn Decker Wednesday, January 18, 2017 11:54:00 AM Categories: Seeking Directors

Wizard of Oz Cast List  



Cast List


Dorothy – Sophia Desilets 

Tin Man – Julian Jagentenfl

Scarecrow – Ben Morton

Lion – Shane Gillis

Witch – Delaney Kipp

Glinda – Casey Orner

Aunt Em – Gwen Davis

Wizard – Jackson Chittister

Toto – Cordova Symanski

Doorman – Eli Goodman

Uncle Henry – Matthew Rice

Yellow Brick Road – Sydney Clements

Guard – Mia Taylor

Winkie Leader – Molly Sullivan

Mayor – Peter Headington

Nikko – Gavin Theriault

Coroner – Kathleen Laramie

Barrister – Rebecca Manning

Lollipop Guild: 

Grace Harris

Mary Holland

Addy Martin

Molly O’Connell

Bryan Wheeler

Lullaby League:

Mia Conti

Ellie King

Autumn Palmer

Olivia Tall

Briana Turcotte

Ensemble (trees, munchkins, crows, jitterbugs, citizens of OZ, monkeys, cyclone, winkies)

Danica Adams

Margaret Barker

Genivive Berube

Theresa Carbonneau

Charlotte Cardone

Emma Charest

Jack Charest

Shania Goodison

Annabelle Hitzeman

Lucie Hodgdon

Caroline Kelly

Ella Landry

Ashlee Melanson

Megan O’Connell

Emma Pearl

Lauren Puopolo

Melany Salazar

Aubrey Saylor

Lily Schneider

Giavanna Stefan

Serra Sullivan

Sheryl Vimadalal

Posted by Evelynn Decker Sunday, January 8, 2017 10:57:00 PM Categories: Cast List

Singin' In The Rain 2017 Auditions  

Audition Information

Direction Team

Director - Kathy Lovering

Music Director - Judy Hayward

Choreographer - Lara Hyde



Actorsingers Hall 219 Lake Street Nashua NH

Sun Feb 19, Mon Feb 20 (7-10 pm)  (doors open 1 hour before)

Callbacks Wed Feb 22 (7 pm)  (if needed)


Audition forms in word and pdf


Audition Requirements

Dance - Unless you only want to be considered for a non-singing/non-dancing part....we will ask you all to learn the dance audition.  Not all parts will need to exhibit great dancing skills, but we'd like to see if you can move - and how you can sell it, even if you don't do the steps correctly!!

The auditions will begin at 7:00 both nights, but the dance routine will be taught both nights, starting at 6:00PM.  You will be taught by dance captains.

Singing - Unless you only want to be considered for a non-singing/non-dancing part....we will ask you to sing.  Please sing about 16 bars (no longer than a minute) of a song that shows your ability/range - please bring sheet music. 

Acting -  As there are so many bit character parts to be cast, we will ask all of you to do a short reading.  There will be parts for you to review prior to your audition.  For ensemble, there will be a few paragraphs for you to read, just so we can hear you talk.

Please print off the audition form prior to coming and attach a resume if you have one.  You will all have a headshot taken (only for the use of the auditioning board) so don't worry about supplying a photo.    Auditions will be closed - which means that you and 4 other folks will come up in a group.  You will sing and read alone - but then dance as a group.

You will be taken up in order of arrival.  Once you arrive, turn your application/resume over to the audition crew - they will assign you a number, and you will be called up in numerical order.

There are a few parts in the show that can be added to the ensemble:  The two vocal instructors and the 'BEAUTIFUL GIRL tenor - but they don't have to be.  If you can't commit to many rehearsals but would like to be considered for these parts only - just let us know.. 

The most important note:  PLEASE have fun!!  Take a deep breath, smile and give it your best shot. 


Character List (what directors are looking for)

Character list is on A/S show page here


Sun 6-10 pm

Mon & Wed 7-10 pm



Friday, May 12 @ 8 pm

Saturday May 13 @ 8 pm

Sunday May 14 @ 2 pm


Singin' In The Rain  MTI show page

Singin' In The Rain Actorsingers Show Page

Posted by Evelynn Decker Saturday, January 7, 2017 3:58:00 PM Categories: Auditions Main Stage

The Wizard Of Oz 2017 Auditions 

Young Performers Edition

Auditions will be held Sunday, January 8,  2017 from 1-4 PM, at Actorsingers Hall, 219 Lake St. Nashua, NH. map here 

Doors open at 12:30pm for paperwork and teaching of a short dance routine. The dance routine is taught throughout the afternoon, so don't worry about arriving early. Please wear comfortable dance clothes/shoes. Please be prepared to sing 16 bars of a song that is familiar to you. A $15 membership fee to Actorsingers is required. This is the only Production Fee.

Auditions are for children grades 3 - 8

REHEARSALS: Sundays 1-4 PM, Tuesdays & Thursdays  6-8 PM

PERFORMANCES: Friday, March 31 - Sunday, April 2, 2017

Director - Grace Morton
Mentor to the Director - Mia Berardi
Music Director - Jed Holland
Choreographer - Katie Tocci
Assistant Choreographer - Hailey Sullivan
Producers - Michelle Morrison, Jenn Morton
TAMS Witmark - The Wizard of OZ - Young Performers Edition web page
Questions please e-mail the producers.
Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, December 19, 2016 10:30:00 PM Categories: Auditions

Seeking Proposals - Teen Summer show 2017  

To be staged July 14-16, 2017
Actorsingers is currently accepting show proposals for the summer Teen production, being performed July 14-16th, 2017 at the Court St Theater. Interested candidates should submit their resumes and the name of their proposed show to by Friday, Nov 25th. Interviews will be held the evening of Thursday, Dec 1st. Teams should consist of a director, musical director, and choreographer.
Posted by Evelynn Decker Monday, November 14, 2016 3:58:00 PM Categories: Actorsingers Teen Seeking Directors
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