Kelsey Theater has auditions for “Godspell” on Thursday, December 11, 7 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, December 13, 10 am. to 2 p.m. All roles are open. Must be 15 or older to audition. Seeking 10 performers, five male and five female, plus two or three vocalists for the pit band. Extra skills including playing an instrument, juggling, acrobatics, and pantomime are a plus. Bring resume and photo. Prepare 32 measure from an upbeat, musical theater style song (not Godspell) and bring two copies of the music. An accompanist will be provided. Prepare a brief, comic monologue. Dance audition during callbacks on Sunday, December 14, 1 to 3 p.m. Bring a list of scheduling conflicts. Call 215-579-5677 or E-mail Suzanne_mclean@hotmail.com for audition appointment.
Princeton Theological Seminary offers an alternative Christmas market from Monday to Friday, December 1 to 5, in the lobby of the MacKay Campus Center. Products include handmade jewelry, cards, and various fair trade products from around the works. Proceeds benefit International Justice Mission, a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and forms of violent oppressions. Free admission. www.ptsem.edu.
State Theater New Jersey is offering two $25 tickets with the purchase of any four tickets for $100 in December and January. The sale is from Monday to Saturday, December 1 to 6. Call 732-246-7469 or visit www.njtheatrenj.org.
Family Voices New Jersey, a national grassroots network on behalf of children with special needs, meets at Children’s Specialized Hospital, 3575 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton. Call Lauren Agoratus at 800-654-SPAN, ext. 110, or E-mail familyvoicesnj.@aol.com. “Children with Special Needs and Dental Care” is focus for parent focus group on Wednesday, December 3, from noon to 2 p.m.
Princeton Area Junior Women’s Club seeks corporations to assistant them in their annual wish tree project. Each year the group obtains the wishes of more than 1,200 underprivileged children in the area. Businesses host trees with the wishes and obtain the gifts. Call 908-962-2708 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Panic Relief offers a program for anxiety, stress, and panic attacks. Call 732-940-9658 or visit www.panicreleiefinc.com.
Rider Broncs offers softball winter clinics from all ages at Rider University. Sunday, February 1, 9 to 11:45 a.m. is hitting clinic. Sunday, February 22, is total offense clinic. Visit www.gobroncs.com or call 6090-896-5396.
PawPlace.Com offers a mix of social networking, online dating, and a dash of pets. “We have created a virtual community, which takes a common interest and uses that bond to form friendships, find love, and share knowledge in a place unlike any other on the web,” says co-founder Michael Belba. “The dating profiles are designed to show a person’s true colors, highlighting positive character traits as well as testing their humility,” says co-founder Joel Sammarco. Visit www.pawplace.com to meet, mingle, and make friends. Free.