Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Join us for a magical summer bringing Shakespeare’s beloved comedy to life in the park! Hubbard Hall is currently accepting audition submissions, and welcomes auditions both digitally and in-person. Actors of all ethnicities, abilities, and gender identities are encouraged and asked to apply.

To Audition:
Please fill out the linked audition form prior to submitting your audition:

If auditioning in person, please reserve a time at the attached link:…/10C0F4DA5AE23ABF94…

About Twelfth Night: Directed by Megan Stacey

As listed on, the story of Twelfth Night is as follows: “Viola thinks her brother is dead. He thinks that she is dead. Everyone thinks that she is her brother. Everyone thinks that her brother is her. Shenanigans ensue.” This classic story of mistaken identity and musical mayhem is the bard’s light-hearted exploration of gender, sexuality, and love- and how blurred those lines can get. Inspiring classic movies such as She’s the Man and musicals such as our Teen Theatre production of All Shook Up, the comedy of Twelfth Night is for everyone. And in the heat of summer, we are taking this story to the beach! After her shipwreck, see how Viola takes on a job at the luxurious “Windsor Waves Resort”, ready to start a new life- and maybe find some love along the way.

Audition Details:

For auditions, please prepare a 1 minute classical monologue that showcases your talents. If you are a musician/singer, feel free to bring your instrument and sing a 1-minute section of a song of your choosing that best demonstrates your skills (and brings you joy). You may be asked to demonstrate any special skills listed on your resume. You are welcome to bring printed materials with you to support yourself at auditions.

Digital Auditions:
Please submit with your video a resume and headshot/recent photograph.
Submission Deadline: End of Day June 24th
Submission Email:

In-Person Auditions:
Prior to your audition, please email or bring with you a resume and headshot/recent photograph.
Date and Time: June 25th, 5:30-7:30 pm
Location: Hubbard Hall 25 E Main St, Cambridge, NY 12816

Rehearsal Schedule:
Days and Times: Tuesday-Thursday, 5:00-8:00 pm
Rehearsal Dates: July 9th – August 13th (Note: Not all rehearsals are mandatory for all performers, and scheduling will be based on performer availability)

Performance DatesWednesday, August 14th – Sunday, August 18th (times to be determined)
Show Length: 90 minutes, no intermission
Locations: 6 incredible outdoor venues across Washington County and the capital region.
PLEASE NOTE: At this time, housing, travel & performance stipends are not available. On touring days, actors will be provided meals and transportation (or reimbursement for carpooling).

Contact Megan Stacey at for any questions.

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In keeping with Hubbard Hall’s mission to combine professionals, seasoned amateurs, students, and novices in its productions, everyone who has a strong desire to perform is invited to audition for any production. Those people interested in working behind the scenes in a technical capacity are also urged to inquire.