Theatre Arts Fall Auditions
September 4 & 5 in the Studio Theatre
If you are interested in auditioning all you have to do is fill out an Audition Form, turn it in and sign up for a time. Audition Forms are available on the 16th floor of the Cathedral of Learning in the main lobby on the bulletin board, as well as on our website.
The audition sign-up sheets may also be found on the 16th Floor of the Cathedral of Learning in the main lobby on the bulletin board or on the lobby table.
If you have a resume, please feel free to attach it to your audition form (please use paper clips and not staples). We do not, however, accept headshots.
What to prepare:
All those auditioning should prepare a 90 second (or less) monologue. Cold readings will also be available at auditions.
Here are the shows for which you will be auditioning:
Compleat Female Stage Beauty, by Jeffrey Hatcher, directed by Dave Bisaha
Performs November 8-18, 2012 in the Henry Heymann Theatre
Rehearses September 24-November 7, 2012
Like all performers of his time, Kynaston is a man, a celebrity famous for his portrayals of Shakespeare’s tragic female characters. But when King Charles II changes the law to allow women on stage, Kynaston's world is shattered. With the stroke of a pen, he loses his livelihood, his lover, and his sense of self. Now, his former-dresser brings down more applause then he ever did. As the light of his fame begins to fade, fate gives Kynaston one last chance to take the stage -- and reap his revenge.
Lab 1: The Horror Show, by Connor Pickett & Dylan Meyers, directed by TBD
Performs October 24-November 1, 2012 in the Studio Theatre
Rehearses September 24-October 12 and October 16-23
Travel through the halls of a haunted house hidden in the depths of the Cathedral of Learning. Unmask the roots of fear in this interactive theatrical experience.
Lab 2: columbinus, by Stephen Karam & PJ Paparelli, directed by Ben Kaye
Performs November 28-December 7, 2012 in the Studio Theatre
Rehearses October 22-October 12 and October 16-November 21 and November 25-27
Bullying, cliques and teenage-depression. Over thirteen years have passed, but the tragic events of the Columbine High School shooting still resonate today. Part parable, part docu-drama, columbinus explores “the dark recesses of American adolescence.”