Auditions

Short Films Wanted

Submit Please

Charter Arts High School

For Kids

For Volunteers

Health

Summer Music

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Opportunities

Top Of PageAuditions

Villagers Theater seeks actors of all ages for "Cinderella." Auditions

for ages 16 and up are Monday and Wednesday, March 19 and 21, at 7:30

p.m. Auditions for children ages 6 to 12 are Wednesday, March 21, at 6

p.m. Prepare 16 bars of a Broadway show (not from Cinderella).

Callbacks are Sunday, March 25, at 6 p.m. Performances begin Friday,

June 1. www.villagerstheatre.com.

Top Of PageShort Films Wanted

Trenton Film Festival seeks short films by amateur and professional

filmmakers in central New Jersey and Bucks County areas. Must be under

30 minutes and be available in VHS, NTSC, or DVD. Categories include

narrative short, experimental, avant garde, animation, documentary

short, and foreign short. Call 609-656-9277 or E-mail

tffdirector@aol.com for a submission form. Entries must be postmarked

by Sunday, March 25. No fee.

Top Of PageSubmit Please

New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest is accepting scripts through

Saturday, June 30, for new works that enhance self-realization,

support peace and social justice; foster new understanding of minority

issues that focus on racial, ethnic, and gender discrimination both in

the United States and abroad; empower youth to build healthy inner

foundations; educate to gain further insight into healthy

social/emotional living, shed new light on religious, spiritual, and

cultural differences, and issues; build respect for cultural

expression and identity in a world that is experiencing rapid

globalization; and explore the widening gap between the values this

country was founded on and the values we present to the world today.

For guidelines and application visit www.-PlaywritingContest.cjb.net.

Top Of PageCharter Arts High School

Mercer Arts Charter High School, a new charter school, will open in

September, 2007, to freshmen and sophomores. Interested parents are

invited to an information meeting on Wednesday, March 21, 7 p.m.,

Princeton Public Library, community room. Mercer Arts Charter High

School will combine a rigorous academic curriculum with specialized

lessons in the arts on site in music, dance, fine arts, animation, and

theater from an exceptional faculty and guest professional artists..

Application deadline: April 15. www.MercerArts.org or 609-921-7698.

Top Of PageFor Kids

Princeton Family YMCA offers a free community celebrations including

safety swim lessons, safety demonstrations in and around the water,

and water games. Monday, and Thursday, April 2 and 5, 4:30 p.m.

www.princetonymca.org 679-497-9622 ext. 204.

Stony Brook Watershed offers spring break mini camp for ages 6 to 12.

Monday and Tuesday, April 2 and 3, or Wednesday and Thursday, April 4

and 5, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended day care is available. $160. Call

609-737-7592. www.thewatershed.org

Top Of PageFor Volunteers

Washington Crossing State Park seeks volunteers to greet the public,

work in the gift shop, and be a tour guide. Call Jennifer April at

215-493-4076. www.ushistory.org/washingtoncrossing

Top Of PageHealth

Princeton Center for Yoga & Health is conducting a research study for

individuals with multiple sclerosis. Elizabeth Harper, a doctoral

student at New York University’s department of therapeutic recreation,

will investigate the effects of two different recreation activities on

respiratory muscle strength, posture, fatigue, and quality of life.

She will hold a pranayama healing circle at PCYH. Groups will meet

from March 19 to June 19, 1:15 to 2:15 p.m., on Tuesdays and

Thursdays. Call 732-693-1102 to register.

Top Of PageSummer Music

Golandsky Institute offers an intensive seven-day immersion in the

Taubman approach at Princeton University. Sunday to Saturday, July 15

to 21. www.golandskyinstitute.org

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