The info below is from our last round of casting, just to give you an idea of our current process.  At this point our next casting will be in Spring of 2022, with new Producing Artistic Director Zach Curtis handling casting for his 1st season and the company's 16th season.




We are working under AEA's guidelines for "fully vaccinated casts".  We are accepting headshots/resumes for The Craftsman until Aug. 27 for those roles not already cast.  

Location:  All rehearsals and performances are at Chenango River Theatre in Greene, NY (near Binghamton, about 3.5 hours from NYC).

Submission Requirements:  SUBMIT a one-page headshot and one-page resume titled only with your last name (ie, Smith.jpg or Smith.pdf).  We only accept pdf's and jpg's.  For video submissions of a monologue, prepare a maximum two-minute contemporary monologue (1930 or later), email a link directly to your video submission to:  

AUDITIONS for THE CRAFTSMAN:  Rehearses SEPT 20-OCT 7; Performances OCT 8-24.  THIS SHOW IS CAST.  A riveting, often humorous play that raises sweeping questions about art and artifice, lying and forgery, and hatred and revenge.  Only the second staging for this new play that was held over in its initial Philadelphia run.  An intriguing tale of ambition, genius, and deception based on the true story of Dutch painter Han Van Meegeren, whose arrest as a Nazi collaborator was a cause célèbre after World War II.  A rich, reputable art dealer, Van Meegeren had sold rare Vermeer paintings, which the Dutch consider national treasures, to the Nazis.  Charged with treason and on trial for his life, the petty, passionate, manipulative and charming Van Meegeren gleefully embraces his trial to seek a revenge the prosecutors know nothing about.            


This show has been cast.


AEA (pending approval):  SPT Level 1 ($271/week, except first two rehearsal weeks are paid at $322/week).  Housing and transportation provided per AEA contract.  CRT is not able to negotiate contracts above the stated salary level.  No agent submissions.


NON-EQUITY:  Actors from out of the area receive housing, transportation, use of company car and $200-225/week.  Actors within our area receive a flat fee based on the role. 


We will only be using sides for those selected for Zoom callbacks, based on your resume and submitted video monologue.


Box Office:  607-656-8499 (TIXX)  Administration:  607-656-8778    

Mailing address:  PO Box 584  Greene, NY  13778            Physical address:  991 State Highway 12, Greene, NY  13778

Chenango River Theatre’s season is made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts

with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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