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Hispanic Theatre Festival Auditions at CDC Theatre

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Auditions at CDC Theatre in Cranford for Hispanic Theatre Festival Credits: Sharon McGuire
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To celebrate the beauty of the Spanish language in comedy & drama, on stage at the longest continuously-producing Community Theatre in NJ! July 28/29 & August 4/5 An evening of ONE-ACT PLAYS entirely in SPANISH WE NEED ACTORS ! All ages, MALE and FEMALE Spanish-speaking a MUST. Not fluent? We can work with that No experience? No problem We would love to have you! Audition Dates- Sunday, JUNE 11, 7-9PM CDC Theatre 78 Winans Avenue, Cranford NJ

Ana and the Locusts by Argentine playwright Alicia Dolinsky Bony and Kim by Puerto Rican playwright Carlos Canales Nothing to prepare. We will have you read selections from the plays. For more information, go to www.cdctheatre.org Questions? redmount@comcast.net

Celebremos la belleza de la lengua Espanola con comedias y dramas, en el teatro communitario mas antiguo de New Jersey, aqui en Cranford 28/29 Julio & 4/5 Agosto, una noche de OBRAS DE TEATRO totalmente in ESPANOL NECESITAMOS ACTORES ! Todas las edades, HOMBRES y MUJERES Que hablen espanol. Aunque no sea perfecto No tienen experiencia? No importa! Nos encantaria trabajar con ustedes! Audiciones-Domingo, JUNIO 11, 7-9PM CDC Theatre 78 Winans Avenue, Cranford NJ Ana y las Langostas Por la dramaturga argentina Alicia Dolinsky Bony and Kim Por el dramaturgo puertorriqueño Carlos Canales No preparen nada. Les daremos selecciones de las obras de teatro para leer.Para mas informacion, dirijase a nuestro website, www.cdctheatre.org Preguntas? redmount@comcast.net

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