'Miscast 2015' is coming to the Town Hall Arts Center

Last year an annual, silly tradition called Miscast returned as a benefit for the new Denver Actors Fund, and Littleton Town Hall Arts has announced it will host “Miscast 2015.”

“Miscast” is an opportunity for some of the local theatre community’s top performers to sing songs and act out scenes they would never … ever! … get cast to perform on a legitimate stage. This popular tradition returns for one night only on Monday, Sept. 14, again as a benefit for the Denver Actors Fund. The director will again be Robert Michael Sanders, with an assist from Ronni Gallup.

Performers are now invited to apply for the 12 available slots. An invited panel of local luminaries will choose the dozen most creative, intriguing or outrageous performance proposals. The deadline to apply is Aug. 14. The final line-up will be announced shortly thereafter. 

Think gender-bending, race-bending and age-bending. Last year featured a Girl Scout singing “My Unfortunate Erection,” and members of the handicapped theatre company PHAMALY doing a “Full Monty” strip-tease. For starters.

It may be all wrong … but it feels so right.

Your returning co-hosts are Mark Pergola and Damon Guerrasio. The director is Robert Michael Sanders.

PERFORMERS: To apply to perform at MISCAST please click here and fill out this simple online form

Your performance should be no longer than 5 minutes of utter or horrifying brilliance.

Please note before applying: “Miscast” is a fundraiser, so performers will be asked to purchase their admission tickets. You will also be buying our undying love and affection.

7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 14
Littleton Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St.
A benefit for the Denver Actors Fund
Tickets for “Miscast” are $10 (plus fees if ordered online) and are available now at townhallartscenter.org or call 303-794-2787

To read more about last year’s “Miscast,” and see photos and video, click here

Melinda Smart lives out many female actors' dream: She's playing the sadistic dentist from 'Little Shop of Horrors.' Photo by John Moore. Melinda Smart lives out many female actors’ dream: She’s playing the sadistic dentist from ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’ Photo by John Moore.

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