Audition Notice – 4 Scenes and a Cup of Tea:

WHERE:  The Collingwood Public Library, Third Floor

DATE: Saturday, March 4

TIME:  12:30pm – 3:30pm

Pre-Scheduled Audition Time Slots Encouraged! 
To schedule your audition time, please contact

Busy on March 4? Whether you’re new to Gaslight or a veteran, if you’re unable to attend auditions, please email Laurie to let her know you’d like to be considered for a role.

Walk-Ins Accepted Until 2:30pm.  Please allow extra time.

No experience required!

Event Information:

Gaslight Community Theatre Productions invites you to audition for 4 Scenes & a Cup of Tea, an afternoon performance of four short original scenes written by local playwrights. The performance is a lightly produced staged reading of the scenes, an ideal way to get involved in live theatre—lots of fun, not a lot of pressure!


Saturday, March 25 or Sunday, March 26 (depending on schedule for individual scenes) between 12:00 and 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 1 or Sunday, April 2 between 12:00 and 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, April 5 or Thursday, April 6 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

DRESS REHEARSAL:  Morning of Sunday, April 16

PERFORMANCE DATE:  Sunday, April 16 (all day attendance required) 

What is the difference between 
Page to Stage and 4 Scenes and a Cup of Tea?

The Page to Stage program is a delightful introduction to the world of Gaslight Community Theatre Productions!  Four scenes (approximately 10 minutes in length each) written by local artists in a workshop instructed by legendary playwright Dan Needles are workshopped, lightly produced, and presented to the public as they enjoy a cup of tea!  Page to Stage is the entire program from beginning to end, and 4 Scenes and a Cup of Tea is the name of the performance itself.

Page to Stage is the perfect opportunity to test the water and try writing and/or acting for the first time – or for experienced artists to brush up on their craft.  It is a welcoming, accessible, fun and mentally stimulating environment!   All skill levels are welcome!  Memorization is not required. 

Selected participants will experience the rehearsal process and participate in a dress rehearsal and two performances taking place on Sunday, April 16.  

Join us as, in the words of playwright Dan Needles, we “get together and make something out of nothing, just for the fun of it”!

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