It’s that time of the year again!
Come show the directing class what you’ve got with one minute of whatever you want! Perform a monologue, read a poem, sing a song, or tell jokes! Just makes sure that we can hear your voice and see you move! Sunday, October 6 at 6 pm in the Black Box Theater.
There will be a stage manager there to stop you at your one (1) minute mark, so make sure that you plan your audition accordingly! And please arrive early to fill out audition forms! Callback lists will be posted on the scene shop door on Monday, so be sure to stop by and check the lists!
It promises to be a fun night! Hope to see you all there!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook. com/events/535842423151738/
Informational video: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=CmVxyArpdz4&ref=nf
Here’s a list of the shows you will be auditioning for, and a brief synopsis!
An Ongoing Examination of the True Meaning of Life by S. W. Senek. (2M, 1W) or (1M, 2W) Directed by Brendan Dabbs Synopsis: A playwright thinks (s)he knows the direction for his/her characters; the characters think they know the best direction for the playwright.
Token to the Moon by Brian Christopher Williams (1M 1F) Directed by MK Jacobi Synopsis: A Midwestern woman meets a man who can read minds at a subway stop in New York.
Every Man by Michael Niederman (2W 1M) Directed by Allison Lammert Synopsis: A kind of coming-of-age dream play, Every Man explores the circular patterns of young love and abandonment.
Watermelon Boats by Wendy MacGlaughlin (2W) Directed by Kristine St. Gemme Synopsis: Spanning over 10 years, Kitty and Kate, two childhood friends battle the obstacles of life, discover themselves, and realize that growing up isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Light Years by Billy Aronson (2M 2F) Directed by Josh Reinhardt Synopsis: Daphne, Michael, Doug, and Courtney are four college co-eds who are about to learn what it is like to be living with third choice parents on a ninth choice planet.
Best Friends by Tom Jenson (2M 2W Gender Flexible) Directed by Josh Saboorizadeh Synopsis: The Thorncrofts are the perfect family with everything one could hope for – the perfect children, with perfect grades, and the perfect best friends. It’s just perfect. Right?
Stillbirth by Crane Johnson (1F 1M 1 Gender Neutral) Directed by Natasha Honigfort A play featuring two unborn characters and their playwright.
The Goon by Pete Malicki (3M) Directed by Nick Budd Synopsis: Two goons in a comic book must figure out how to deal with the consequences after accidentally killing the superhero
Play by Samuel Beckett (2F, 1M, 1M or F) Directed by Erin Schwob