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WTG Broadway Chorus Concert-You Can't Stop the Beat
This year we have chosen music from 4 great Broadway shows. From the Disney musical ‘Beauty And The Beast’, songs we’ve chosen include ‘Be Our Guest’, ‘Belle’, ‘Home’, and ‘Beauty And The Beast’. The current Broadway hit ‘Beautiful, The Carole King Musical’ provides many great songs including ‘On Broadway’, ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, ‘(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman’, ‘One Fine Day’, and many more. Songs chosen from ‘Hairspray’ include ‘Good Morning Baltimore’, ‘Welcome To The 60’s’, ‘Without Love’, and ‘You Can’t Stop The Beat’. And from the terrific Jule Styne/Steven Soundheim megahit ‘Gypsy’ we chose ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Together Wherever We Go’, ‘Everything’s Coming Up Roses’, and several other great songs. Three of these shows have won the Tony Award for either ‘Best Musical’, ‘Best Original Score’ or both and ‘Beautiful’ won the Grammy Award for ‘Best Musical Theater Album’. There is no doubt that this show will delight both chorus members and audiences alike.

Join us on Friday and Saturday, April 28 & 29 at 7:30 pm at the Burton Leavitt Theatre. Tickets are $11 for adults, $9 for students and seniors and $6 for children under 12. Tickets will be available at the door or you can call 860-423-2245 to make a reservation.

Savers Donation Drive
Donate clothing, shoes and other soft goods on April 29th

Community members are invited to donate gently-used clothing, shoes and other soft goods at the Windham Theatre Guild’s second Donation Drive, to be held April 29th from 10 am – 2 pm at the Burton Leavitt Theatre parking lot.

The drive’s goal is to raise $1,000 in funds to support the operations of the Burton Leavitt Theatre. Acceptable donations include clothing, shoes, accessories, linens, books, and small household items (no furniture).

All goods collected through the Donation Drive fundraiser program are sold to Savers, the parent company to great thrift stores like Value Village, Unique, and Savers. They pay us by the pound for every qualifying donation received. In turn, these items help keep their floors freshly stocked.

Savers, Inc. is a privately held global thrift retailer. Through its unique business model of purchasing, reselling and recycling secondhand merchandise, the Savers family of thrift stores benefits more than 150 nonprofit organizations, gives local consumers a smart way to shop, and saves more than 600 million pounds of quality used goods from landfills each year. For more information, please visit

Seussical JR
Friday & Saturday, May 5 & 6, 2017 at 7:00 PM (Doors Open 6:30 PM)

Come see the future stars of the WTG as they present this fun musical at the Burton Leavitt Theatre. These twenty-plus kids between the ages of seven and fourteen and their families have been rehearsing and creating sets, costumes and props since February to bring the familiar and fun characters from Seussical to life on stage. Tickets are just $10 and can be reserved in advance or purchased at the door. Mark your calendar now and enjoy a great night out!

Tuesday & Thursday, May 9 & 11 at 7 pm
Burton Leavitt Theatre

Director: Ava Molnar Music Director: Eric Ouellette

Characters are separated by male and female roles, listed by age from youngest to oldest. With the exception of Nathan, all actors auditioning must be 18+ by the time rehearsals begin.
*Roles are considered leads
+Roles will be required to strip (in the show, not at auditions)
^Roles will likely be doubled.

Nathan Lukowski -- Jerry's son, 12 years old (actor need not be 12). A bit wise for his age, in a good and bad way. Hangs around most of the Monty Men's rehearsals so he witnesses many adult things. Has one swear word.

+^Buddy Keno Walsh -- Professional stripper. Confident gay man from the city who butts heads with Jerry but also inspires his crazy idea. Will double with other minor role or ensemble.

+*Malcolm MacGregor -- A younger laid off workers. Lives with his mother, has few friends. He enters the show in a dark way but grows in confidence as his new friends help him along. Has a romantic moment with Ethan. Tenor with Falsetto.

+*Ethan Girard -- Another young man left unemployed. Optimistic and gives everything he's got. Uses physical comedy throughout the show. Has a romantic moment with Malcolm. Baritone.

+*Jerry Lukowski --The man with the plan. A bit rough around the edges but with a lot of depth to his character. A regular guy who wants to do right by his son. Strong actor/singer required. Tenor.

+*Dave Bukatinsky -- Jerry's right hand man. Having a very hard time adjusting to his stay-home-husband status. Many fat jokes made at his expense. Think Kevin James Sitcom kind of guy. Tenor.

^Teddy Slaughter -- Pam's fiancé. Total opposite of Jerry, well off business man type. Will double with other role or ensemble.

^Reg Willoughby -- Union leader, appears once in "Scrap." Will be doubled with other role or ensemble.

+*Harold Nichols -- Former supervisor, lying to his wife about still being employed. Wants to make sure that she has everything she wants, so he goes along with Jerry's plan in order to keep up his cover. Baritone.

^Tony Giordano -- Club owner, appears once at the end of the show. Will be doubled with other role or ensemble.

+*Noah (Horse) T. Simmons -- Older, African-American man who auditions to join Jerry and the group. He's got some great moves and he's ready to use them. Baritone.

Estelle Genovese -- Jerry's younger on again-off again girlfriend. Will also be used in ensemble.

Susan Hershey -- Friend of Estelle. Will also be used in ensemble.

Joanie Lish -- Friend of Estelle. WIll also be used in ensemble.

*Pam Lukowski -- Jerry's ex-wife. Trying to figure out how the father of her son can still play a role in her life when Teddy has now stepped into the spot of leading man. Strong actress needed. Alto.

*Vicki Nichols -- Harold's wife. Charming, upscale woman who wants the world. She has a taste for the finer things but in reality, the finest thing in her eyes is Harold. High Alto.

*Gerorgie Bukatinsky -- Dave's wife. A down-to-earth woman with fireball-fun power, she believes in hard work and hard play. Strong singer needed, she starts off the show as the life of the party. Alto.

*Jeanette Burmeister -- The older woman from showbiz who shows up to help the boys with their show. She's seen it all and will make sure if you do it, you do it right. Low Alto.

Molly MacGregor -- Malcolm's elderly mother. Will also be used in ensemble.

Please prepare a short musical selection. Piano accompaniment will be provided. Bring Sheet Music

Production Dates: July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, August 3, 4 & 5, 2017

For more information email

Interested in Directing for the WTG stage? Please click on this link to fill out an application. All directors interested in a production must fill out an application by OCTOBER 1ST to allow time for review, play readings, and scheduling. We encourage applicants to participate in a production at WTG before applying, but all applications will be reviewed. Questions or concerns please contact Kaitie Graichen at We appreciate your interest and look forward to working with you.

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