Auditions for ‘Before, After and Always’ in Jersey City, NJ — Male, 20s

UPDATE: Exact performance times have been added to this post.

My brand new three-part one-act, “Before, After and Always” is going to be part of the inaugural STAGEfest at the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre! Here is my preliminary logo, designed by moi:

Before After and Always

It’s a 35-minute romantic/comedic duet starring myself and a man who has yet to be cast — and that’s where you come in! If you’re an actor or know some actors, check out this casting call and pass it on:

Writer/director Summer Dawn Hortillosa of 68 Productions seeks a male actor, early to late 20s, any ethnicity, for the world premiere of “Before, After and Always,” part of the inaugural STAGEfest at the Loew’s.

The actor will star alongside Hortillosa in this 35-minute romantic/comedic play that explores three relationship stages (“Before,” “After,” and “Always”) in three short scenes. The actor will play the romantic lead and have a few lines as other miscellaneous characters, so he should be able to be boring or awkward one second and charming or fabulous the next.

Auditions will be held on Thursday, Feb. 21 from 7 pm to 9 pm and Saturday, Feb. 23, 2 pm to 4 pm, at Art House Productions, 1 McWilliams Pl., Jersey City, NJ. Bring a headshot and resume; sides will be provided. For appointments and more information, email summerhortillosa[at]

Rehearsals will likely be weekday evenings with possible Saturdays starting immediately; scheduling is flexible. Performances will be at the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ during STAGEfest at the Loew’s on Saturday, March 23 at 3 pm and 7:45 pm and on Sunday, March 24 at 2:45 pm. Non-union, non-pay.


About Summer Dawn Hortillosa

Summer Dawn Hortillosa is a journalist specializing in arts and entertainment. Among other things, she is also an award-winning playwright, director, singer-songwriter and actress. Her work has been seen in The Jersey City Independent, The Jersey Journal and other publications.
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