Auditions

The Arts

Breast Cancer Month

The Arts

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Bridge Players Theater Company holds auditions for "The Memory of Water," Sunday, October 30, and Tuesday, November 1, 7 p.m., Broad Street Methodist Church, 36 East Broad Street, Burlington. 856-303-7620 or www.BridgePlayersTheatre.com.

Omicron Theater Productions holds auditions for speaking and non-speaking parts, males and females, 20s to 50s. Also looking for backstage help (will train). Auditions by appointment through Sunday, November 6. 609-443-5598.

Somerset Valley Players holds auditions for "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial," Wednesday and Thursday, November 15 and 16, at Somerset Valley Players, Route 514 (Amwell Road), Hillsborough. Needed: 19 men aged 18 to 65 years. 908-359-3881.

Youth Stages seeks one male and one female adult actor to tour "Stubby the Elephant" for three to five-year-old audiences in New Jersey. Auditions will be held in October. Send photo/resume to Youth Stages, 287 Walnut Lane, Princeton 08540

or E-mail manager@youthstages.com.

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Pennington Dance, 131 Burd Street, Pennington, 609-737-7596, www.penningtondance.com. Sunday workshops on Sundays in Hip-Hop, October 30; African dance, November 6; and Broadway repertoire, November 13.

Blacksheep Films seeks volunteers and interns to work as crew for their first feature film, "Wishing Well." Volunteers should have some experience or interest in the field of film or television production. Positions available: assistant

director, director of photography, assistant camera, line producer, script supervisor, lighting designer, sound mixer, boom operator, makeup artist/hair stylist, wardrobe/costumer, props, production assistants. The film will be shot in

Trenton and Morrisville, Pennsylvania, in late fall or early winter. Mail a letter of interest, desired position, and resume by Friday, October 21, to: Ms. Mala Wright, 52 Boudinot Street, Trenton 08618-5504, Attn: Wishing Well Crew.

Top Of PageBreast Cancer Month

Dandeline Shop, 195 Nassau Street, is selling Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet and Watch, designed by Brighton, for the month of October. The manufacturer will donate $5 for each bracelet sold to support various breast cancer research and

awareness programs; the Dandeline Shop will match the $5 donation and locally support the Mercer Chapter of CancerCare of New Jersey. 609-924-0889.

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The Arts Council of Princeton offers creative writing classes, one for grades 6 through 8, Thursday afternoons starting October 20, and one for adults, Monday evenings or Tuesday mornings, taught by Anne Waldron Neumann. 609-924-8777 or

www.artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Marsha Child Contemporary, a gallery at 220 Alexander Street is closing Monday, October 31. Current inventory – including exceptional paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture by internationally renowned artists – is available at

substantial discounts. Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10:30 to 5:30 p.m., and by appointment. 609-497-7330, www.mchildcontemporary.com.

Maidenhead Studio offers art classes starting Monday, October 24, for kindergarten through adult. 11 Gordon Avenue, Lawrenceville. 609-896-2200.

Top Of PageParticipate Please

National Chemistry Week, held by the Princeton section of the American Chemical Society and the chemistry department of Princeton University. Make monstrous materials and shrinking pictures, investigate the secrets of love meters,

fortune-telling fish, and more. Friday, October 21, 7 to 9 p.m., Frick Laboratory (corner of Washington Road and William Street). Free. Donation of one new toy welcomed (for local relief agencies). Reservations required, E-mail

kmwagner@princeton.edu or call 609-258-2937.

PTS Health & Fitness is celebrating Customer Appreciation Month in October. Personal training and group fitness in unique studio atmosphere at 1340 Route 206, Suite 7, Skillman, across from Montgomery Shopping Center. October specials.

609-252-1117.

Top Of PageVolunteer Please

Special Olympics of NJ seeks volunteers for the Fall Sports Festival Expo, Friday, October 21, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; the Fall Sports Festival Golf Tournament, Saturday, October 22, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m; and Fall Sports Festival Cycling, Sunday,

October 23, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit www.sonj.org to download volunteer application.

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