Auditions for Theater at Monmouth fall production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Patience will be held on Monday, July 29th beginning at 3:00 p.m. at Cumston Hall, Monmouth.

Interested singers, dancers, and actors are invited to schedule an audition for the production which will be directed by associate artistic director, Bill Van Horn, with musical direction by Rebecca Caron. The ten-performance run begins on Thursday, September 19th and closes on September 29. Chorus rehearsals will begin the week of August 19th, and full company rehearsals will begin on September 3rd. This is a very quick, professional rehearsal process and those in the show will be called several evenings a week and at least one weekend day.

Some key roles have been cast, but a number of speaking and singing roles are still available. Members of the chorus are needed as well. There are no roles for children in this production but high school and college students are encouraged to audition.

To schedule an audition call 207.933.9999 or email Please prepare either a song from the musical or another G&S standard. Must bring own sheet music. An accompanist will be provided.

Patience previews Thursday, September 19th and opens Friday, September 20th. Additional performances dates and times are September 21, 26, 27, 28 at 7:30 p.m., and September 21, 22, 28, and 29 at 1:00 p.m.

The production will be performed with full set, lights, and costumes, at historic Cumston Hall in Monmouth. All rehearsals are held in Monmouth. Accompaniment will be provided by a pit band.

For questions or more information, contact the box office at 207.933.9999 or visit

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Theater at Monmouth, founded in 1970, was named the Shakespearean Theater of Maine by the State Legislature in 1975. The theater’s mission is to bring innovative approaches to Shakespeare and other classic plays through professional productions that enrich the lives of people throughout the state of Maine. Since its founding, TAM has produced expertly crafted, engaging productions in its three-month Summer Repertory Season entertaining audiences from 36 states and through Education Tours annually reaching more than 15,000 students statewide.