Marymount Manhattan

Department of
Theatre Arts

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AUDITION DATES: NEW YORK CITY

(Monologue, Musical Theatre & Directing ONLY. Pre-screen NOT required.)

  • November 21st
  • January 16th
  • February 6th
  • February 13th
  • February 20th
  • March 12th

INTERVIEW DATES: NEW YORK CITY

(Interviews are for Design and Producing & Management ONLY)

  • November 20th
  • January 15th
  • February 5th
  • February 12th
  • February 19th
  • March 11th

AUDITION/INTERVIEW DATES: REGIONAL

(Pre-screen REQUIRED. Scheduled through Acceptd)

  • January 9: West Palm Beach
  • January 20: San Francisco
  • January 21: Los Angeles 
  • January 23: Chicago 
  • January 30: Atlanta
  • February 28: Denver

To schedule a regional audition, please visit our page on Acceptd www.getacceptd.com/MarymountManhattan

 

If you have any questions, please call Theatre Recruitment and Admissions at 212-774-0767 or email us at theatre@mmm.edu.  Thank you for your interest in Marymount Manhattan College and the Theatre Arts Department!

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  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/50-jill-stevenson"><img src="/live/image/gid/163/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,92,654,746/7439_photoptown.jpg" alt="Jill Stevenson" title="Jill Stevenson" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/50-jill-stevenson">Jill Stevenson</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Associate Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Each semester Jill teaches courses in Theatre History, including the two-semester Theatre History sequence and various upper-level seminars on topics such as Japanese Theatre, Medieval Performance, 19th-century U.S. Popular Performance, and Theatrical Theory & Criticism. She is enthusiastic about introducing students to a contextualized history of performance and helping them to explore how theatre participates in larger political, social, and cultural economies. She regularly teaches seminars in the General Education Curriculum on topics such as “Medievalisms” and “The Ethics of Performance Reenactment,” and has taught in both the first-year Writing Seminar program and the College Honors Program. Jill also mentors the student dramaturgs who work on MMC’s mainstage theatre productions.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/42-mary-fleischer"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,50,1556,1606/2054_mf_portrait_8-13.jpg" alt="Mary Fleischer" title="Mary Fleischer" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/42-mary-fleischer">Mary Fleischer</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts<br/> Chair, Department of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Mary Fleischer is a Professor of Theatre Arts, serves as Chair of the Theatre Arts Department, and teaches courses in directing, dramatic literature, performance theory and history, and producing. She holds a Ph.D. in Theatre from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and her interdisciplinary interests have inspired performance and research activities, including her book, Embodied Texts: Symbolist Playwright-Dancer Collaborations. She received the MMC Teaching Excellence Award in 2005.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/40-kevin-connell"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,0,427,427/9370_facebook_day_of_shoot_copy.jpg" alt="Kevin Connell" title="Kevin Connell" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/40-kevin-connell">Kevin Connell</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts<br/> Recruiter for Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">KEVIN CONNELL is currently a Professor of Theatre Arts at Marymount Manhattan College, where he serves as Coordinator of Junior and Senior Acting and Recruiter for the Department of Theatre Arts. He attended The Ohio State University (B.F.A.) and the University of California, San Diego (M.F.A.).</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/950-timothy-johnson"><img src="/live/image/gid/121/width/200/height/235/crop/1/11028_timmy2_copy.jpg" alt="Timothy Johnson" title="Timothy Johnson" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/950-timothy-johnson">Timothy Johnson</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Timothy received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music with Flute as his Major instrument. During his senior year at B-W he was the First Place Winner in the Conservatory’s Annual Concerto Competition. He received an MFA in Acting from the University of Washington. He was an Assistant Professor of Acting/Movement at Ohio University. Currently he is an Artistic Associate at Rosie’s Theater Kids.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/47-ray-recht"><img src="/live/image/gid/121/width/200/height/235/crop/1/3558_dsc02152.jpg" alt="Ray Recht" title="Ray Recht" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/47-ray-recht">Ray Recht</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">“Good design does not happen by accident.”</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/49-patricia-hoag-simon"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,0,1236,1236/1945_img_0090.jpg" alt="Patricia Hoag Simon" title="Patricia Hoag Simon" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/49-patricia-hoag-simon">Patricia Hoag Simon</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Associate Professor of Theatre Arts</p><p> Coordinator of the Musical Theatre Program</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description"> </div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/38-john-basil"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/77_john_basil.jpg" alt="John Basil" title="John Basil" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/38-john-basil">John Basil</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Associate Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">John Basil founded the American Globe Theatre in New York City in 1988, and since then has served as its Producing Artistic Director and regularly teaches its Playing Shakespeare course. John has taught Shakespeare and acting at Rutgers University, C.W. Post Long Island University, Penn State University, Asolo Conservatory, Bradley University, University of Colorado, University of Wyoming, and Columbia Teachers College. In addition he has taught Shakespeare workshops at the high school level and for the NYC Arts Connection’s outreach program, Children of Hope. He has directed for the American Globe Theatre, Riverside Shakespeare Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre and the Sarasota Opera, in addition to guest artist positions at several universities. John is the author of Will Power, How to Act Shakespeare in 21 Days (Applause, 2006).</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/51-christine-riley"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/218_mysqldb.jpeg" alt="Christine Riley" title="Christine Riley" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/51-christine-riley">Christine Riley</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Visiting Instructor in Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Christine is currently a member of the faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, a musical director for Camp Broadway and maintains a private vocal coaching studio.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/41-robert-dutiel"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/80_robert_dutiel.jpeg" alt="Robert Dutiel" title="Robert Dutiel" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/41-robert-dutiel">Robert Dutiel</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Associate Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description"> </div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/45-richard-niles"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,26,1602,1628/5853_richard-niles-color.jpg" alt="Richard Niles" title="Richard Niles" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/45-richard-niles">Richard Niles</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description"> </div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/949-antonio-edwards-suarez"><img src="/live/image/gid/121/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/322,4,1491,1174/8820_scan_1-4.jpeg" alt="Antonio Edwards Suarez" title="Antonio Edwards Suarez" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/949-antonio-edwards-suarez">Antonio Edwards Suarez</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description"> </div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/26-barbara-adrian"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,0,433,433/66_barbara_adrian_headshot11.jpg" alt="Barbara Adrian" title="Barbara Adrian" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/26-barbara-adrian">Barbara Adrian</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description"> </div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/46-ellen-orenstein"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/83_ellen-orenstein.jpg" alt="Ellen Orenstein" title="Ellen Orenstein" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/46-ellen-orenstein">Ellen Orenstein</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Associate Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Ellen Orenstein is an Associate Professor of Theatre Arts and the Coordinator for Freshman/Sophomore Acting at Marymount Manhattan College. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MFA from the University of Washington.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/48-mark-ringer"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/82_markringer.jpg" alt="Mark Ringer" title="Mark Ringer" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/48-mark-ringer">Mark Ringer</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Mark Ringer is a Professor of Theatre Arts at MMC. He has worked as an actor, director, and dramaturge throughout the United States and Europe. His translations of Euripides’ “Bacchae” and Lessing’s “Nathan the Wise” have received successful performances as have several of his adaptations. He was seen Off Broadway as Polonius in two different stagings of “The Heart of My Mystery: The Hamlet Project”, an adaptation which he co-authored. His one- play fusion of Shakespeare’ s “Henry IV Parts I and II” was produced at the Shakespearean Theatre of Maine, a production in which he also played Falstaff. He has worked professionally on productions of half of Shakespeare’s plays.</div>
  • <span class="lw_profiles_image"><span class="lw_item_thumb"><a href="/live/profiles/43-david-mold"><img src="/live/image/gid/95/width/200/height/235/crop/1/src_region/0,32,1000,1032/3896_mmc_13-09-09_003.jpg" alt="David Mold" title="David Mold" class="lw_image" width="200" height="235"/></a></span></span><div class="lw_profiles_header">Get to know:</div><div class="lw_profiles_name"><a href="/live/profiles/43-david-mold">David Mold</a></div><div class="lw_profiles_type"><p> Professor of Theatre Arts<br/> Chair, Division of Fine and Performing Arts</p></div><div class="lw_profiles_description">Professor Mold is the Chair of the Division of Fine & Performing Arts. Courses he teaches include Acting I (THTR 211/212), Acting II (THTR 341/342), The Business of Acting (THTR 318), Theatre Production Workshop (THTR 343), and Directing III (THTR 406). MMC stage directing credits include Bogosian’s suburbia, Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, The Seagull by Chekhov, Miller’s The Crucible, Paul Green and Richard Wright’s Native Son: The Biography of a Young American (an adaptation of Wright’s novel), John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath adapted by Frank Galati, George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara, Sam Shepard’s Geography of a Horse Dreamer, Lynn Nottage’s Ruined, Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman’s Stage Door, and Shakespeare’s Pericles. Professor Mold served as the first elected vice president of the College’s Faculty Council from 2007-2010. He is also active in higher education as a consultant in program review for fine and performing arts departments, completing such reviews for Iona College and York College, CUNY.</div>