Posts Tagged ‘Actor’

Open Auditions for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

July 9, 2010

Auditions are Open for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Hey You Guuuyyyyyysss!

The Midvale Main Street Theatre will be holding auditions for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest on August 18th, 2010 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Interested actors will be asked to perform a 1 minute pre-memorized monologue as well as performing a reading from the script while at the theatre.

We are looking for 13 min and 4 women for this cast. Might one of them be you? Let’s find out!

We have a lot going on at the Midvale Main Street Theatre. Come and check out our regular site!


April 18, 2010

Footloose at the Midvale Main Street Theatre

The first week of the Midvale Main Street Theatre musical performances of Footloose not only exceeded our expectations, the audience responses have been magnificent as well.

This production has a terrific mix of  actors in their debut performances from our own community as well as many who have polished their abilities over years of live theatre performing. Regardless of the amount of time they have previously spent on stage, the performances have been delightful.

It is truly a joyful experience to see such dedication to live musical theatre performances. Footloose is fun in the fact that it has small-town atmosphere, yet an entire High School worth of students. The roles, themselves, are energetic and relatable to issues we all deal with periodically in our lives. There are a lot of roles and those who perhaps did not have a lead role this time around, feel happy for yourselves! You are a part of a major team effort. Without you, the show would not be the same. Every one of you continues to be an important addition to our Footloose cast and we look forward to this next week of performances with great expectations, excitement, and gratitude!

A slideshow featuring members of the cast of Footloose during rehearsals may be seen here. Footloose!

We do still have tickets available online for our performances next week and hope you all will join us!


January 15, 2010


Footloose is the story of Ren, a young man who moves to a small, religious town with his mother after his father abandons them. This town has regulations that are so strict that even rock ‘n roll music and dancing are banned. Ren takes on the task of convincing the Reverend Moore to let the town High School Students dance again. This is a fun production with upbeat music and high-energy dancing!

There are many roles in Footloose for ages 13 and up (including several adult roles). We are looking for enthusiastic, high-energy performers with a desire to bring that enthusiasm alive on stage. If you are a dancer, singer, actor, we would love to see what you have to offer!

Auditions for Footloose are at the Midvale Main Street Theatre on Wednesday, January 20, 2009 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Please be prepared with a Monologue (or reading), a song of your choice (you may do this with a CD or A’ Capella), and to dance!

Open auditions for ages 13 and up are Wednesday, January 20, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Tammy Ross

Marcella Borrowman

November 5, 2009

Marcella-Borrowman-WebAfter being involved with Community Theater in the Salt Lake Valley for many years, I am happy to be here at the Midvale Main Street Theatre.

Some of my favorite roles have included Queen Aggravaine, Once Upon A Mattress; Golda, Fiddler on the Roof; Mrs. Gibbs, Our Town; and Mrs. Paroo, Music Man.

Thanks for letting me “play” with you!

Michele Carter Gomez

October 30, 2009


Michele is tickled pink to be in the production of Steel Magnolias for Midvale Main Street Theatre and feels honored to be working with such a talented group of individuals. She has been away from the stage for a while and until recently has been hiding in the wings!  Her most recent role was as Amnesia in Nunsense for Murray City, she has also played various roles in Guys and Dolls, Anything Goes and was a stage manager for Hunchback of Notre Dame.

A graduate from the University of Utah, Michele majored in Journalism and minored in Theatre.  Go Utes!!  She is currently working in financial services after working in the television broadcast industry for 17 years.

Michele sends a special thank you to Eric McGraw for his inspiring direction and encouragement; to Tammy Ross and Wendy Smedshammer for the opportunity to make a great memory, and most of all to her friends and family for their love and support…especially her three little stars, CJ, Carter and Aliya Love you bunches!

Eric Mcgraw Directing Debut

October 30, 2009

Eric McGrawEric has been acting for twenty-some years, on stage and in film. He is a graduate of the University of Utah’s Actor Training Program. Upon graduation, he toured the southeastern states in “Cats”, “My Favorite Year”, and “White Christmas”.  He is ecstatic to begin a new chapter in his career as Director, with “Magnolias” at the Midvale Main Street Theatre being his debut.  Some of his favorite roles have been in productions of “Angels in America”, “True West”, “Boys in the Band”, “Twelfth Night”,  and “The Crucible”, to name a few.  He can be currently seen in leading roles in two independent films touring the country in film festivals, “Swimming to the Moon” and “Down a Dark Road”.  He additionally teaches acting at GuyzNDollz Performing Arts Academy in Murray, Utah.

Cassidy Ross

October 26, 2009
6600_259080775103_693170103_8392881_3765147_nCassidy is excited to be a part of the Steel Magnolias cast. She has been in multiple shows including, Annie Jr. (Grace), Snow White (Evil Queen), Footloose (Ariel), Wizard Of Oz (Dorothy), and much more. Cassidy is currently in her Senior year at Mount Vernon Academy. She enjoys singing, dancing, acting, reading, and playing volleyball.
For more information on Steel Magnolias and Peter’s Gift, click on this Midvale Main Street Theatre Link.

Cathrine Jamie Wilcox

October 17, 2009

Jamie is thrilled to be a part of the Midvale Main Street Theatre production of Steel Magnolias.  A 2004 graduate of the University of Utah’s Actor Training Program, her credits there include Gin in The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, Francis in Stags and Hens, Doug Schmidt in Execution of Justice, and Riddler in A Hard Heart.  While attending the University of Utah, she also had two of her short plays produced.  Recent credits include a reading of the one-woman-play My Name is Rachel Corrie for Utah Contemporary Theatre.  She is a children’s drama teacher for the Youth Theatre at the U.  Special thanks to this wonderful cast, fabulous director, Ryan, Eric, Penny Caywood, C & C, Sandra Shotwell, Sarah Shippobotham, her amazingly supportive family, and last but not least, her own little drama queen and most favorite person in the universe, Aidan.