Audition Notices for Actors and Directors


Call for Directors

Eastbound Theatre

Season 24

Eastbound Theatre in Milford, CT is currently in the process of selecting plays for our 24th season.  We welcome you to submit a proposal to direct for the 2017/2018 season.

Eastbound is a community theater with no professional affiliations.  Members of professional theatrical unions should consult their guidelines regarding restrictions.

A division of the Milford Arts Council, EBT produces three main stage productions each season, each running for 3 weekends.  Eastbound performs at the Milford Center for the Arts in downtown Milford, with proscenium stage, computerized light board and audience seating capacity of approximately 100.

Eastbound welcomes all genres of shows:  Classic and contemporary comedies, mysteries, thrillers, dramas and (with careful planning) the occasional small scale musical.

Your proposal should include:

  • Your resume
  • A list of the plays you wish to direct
  • For each play listed: cast size, a brief synopsis, and technical requirements that would work in our space; as well as a brief summary of your vision for the show, any potential difficulties with the show, and your proposal for addressing them.
  • For musicals, please indicate potential musical director, choreographer, number of musicians and your best estimated costs.
  • Your performance time slot preference(s).

The performance time slots are:

Slot 1: September/October, 2017

Slot 2: February, 2018

Slot 3: June, 2018

Please make your submissions by March 1, 2017.  You may submit via email to or by regular mail:

Eastbound Theatre

EBT24 Directors

Milford Arts Council

40 Railroad Avenue South

Milford, CT  06460

Directors who are selected for the 2017/2018 season will receive a small stipend upon completion of their production.

The Play and Director Selection Committee looks forward to hearing from you and reviewing your proposal for EBT 24.  Please feel free to contact Nancy Hammett at or Nancy Herman at with any additional questions. Break legs!