Actors will be paid by profit-share and will be paid per production.
Actors can audition for one or both shows. Please prepare one monologue for the audition. Resume and Headshot preferred. Actors may be asked to Cold-Read. Auditions are scheduled in 5-10 minute intervals. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to scheduled time to check-in. Actors with strong improvisation and memorization skills are encouraged to audition. Parking is free behind the building or on the street. Check-in in Suite L.
Rehearsals will take place during the week in the evenings in January and February. Some December rehearsals may be called before the holidays to cover the basics. Not every actor will be called every day.
Shows take place during the same time period with each show performing every other weekend. Below are the dates per production. All shows take place at 7pm with a 6:30pm call.
Apples and Orange Production Dates:
Friday February 6th
Saturday February 7th
Thursday February 19
Friday February 20
Saturday February 21
Friday March 6th
Saturday March 7th
Apples and Orange Summary:
Directed by Veronica Orech
A New Exploratory Piece. How far away are we from not caring about those around us? We seem so connected to the rest of the world, yet prioritize our own problems over others. How isolated are we? Can we fix it? Should we try? This piece is an exploratory piece and is being created throughout the rehearsal process requiring actors to stretch their creativity and flexibility as an actor.
La Ronde Production Dates:
Friday February 13
Saturday February 14
Thursday February 26
Friday February 27
Saturday February 28
Friday March 13
Saturday March 14
La Ronde Summary:
Directed by Kaylee Spivey Good
The play by Arthur Schnitzler is set in the 1890s in Vienna. It scrutinizes the sexual morals and class ideology of its day through a series of encounters between pairs of characters across different levels of society. Banned, censored and not performed publicly until 1920, its dramatic structure consists of ten interlocking scenes between pairs of lovers. Each of its ten characters appears in two consecutive scenes (with one from the final scene, The Whore, having appeared in the first).
1. The Whore and the Soldier
2. The Soldier and the Parlor Maid
3. The Parlor Maid and the Young Gentleman
4. The Young Gentleman and the Young Wife
5. The Young Wife and The Husband
6. The Husband and the Little Miss
7. The Little Miss and the Poet
8. The Poet and the Actress
9. The Actress and the Count
10. The Count and the Whore
This summary and further info can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Ronde_%28play%29
Director's Note: There will be no nudity in either production.
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