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'ONCE' Email headshot/resume to ctccasting@gmail.com


City Theater Company in Wilmington, DE is accepting cast submissions for the musical "Once.”

Director Joe Trainor seeks non-union performers ages 18+ of varying age, sex, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, creed, with preferred consideration given to actor-musician-singers who are proficient both vocally and at one or more of the following: guitar, piano, electric bass, percussion, cello, violin, accordion.

Paid stipend. In-person rehearsals begin late October for a December production; musicians will be expected to be familiar with parts prior to in-person rehearsals.

Please submit resume, recent headshot/photo, and specify instrument(s)/experience to ctccasting1@gmail.com

Our virtual content is now available for FREE streaming via our YouTube channel.

Visit the Playlist tab to see what CTC has been up to this past year as we gear up for 2021-22!

Virtual Content. CTC on YouTube

  • CTC Rocks! celebrates our past with music videos highlighting songs from some of our favorite productions, performed by players from our present

  • In Words is a series of intimate profiles on the arts with CTC actors, directors, playwrights, and stakeholders

  • Press Conference, Actor’s Nightmare, and Fearless Fridays feature short comic games, as presented by our Fearless Improv team

  • Performances features play readings from some of our favorite local playwrights

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City Theater Company is committed to ridding the planet of complacency, redundancy, indifference and fear — therefore clearing the way for fun, electricity, cool art, and some major chutzpah.

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We seek out what makes us most afraid and then attack it with an odd, supernatural fury. We breathe in and out in time with our audience, and the resulting electrical charge produces theatrical shock waves that demand attention. The folks here believe that theater should be filled with big energy, big ideas, big fun, and other big stuff we haven’t even thought of yet. Meanwhile, we burn bridges and bite bullets. We pound the pavement, shoot the moon, damn the torpedoes, and laugh ’til it hurts. We do stuff that rocks, and we have one hell of a time!

This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on DelawareScene.com.