AUDITIONS FOR SPRING 2021
Tuesday, January 12th from 7-9pm
Wednesday, January 13th from 7-9pm
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Auditions for our spring season will take place virtually on Tuesday, January 12th from 7-9pm and on Wednesday, January 13th from 7-9pm. All four shows will be cast from these two days. Please note: if you wish to be considered for In the Continuum as well as the other shows, you must audition on Wednesday, January 13th (i.e In the Continuum will not audition on Tuesday). Callbacks will take place on Thursday, January 14th and will be announced later.
To audition, please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue. If you do not have a monologue prepared, we can send you pieces to read (without memorization). The auditions will be held via Zoom.
About The Liar:
David Ives’ ‘translaptation’ of this 17th century comedy blends Elizabethan-style verse and modern language, relishing in its own rhyming word games, ridiculous plot contrivances, and occasional fourth-wall breakages. A master who can’t help lying, a servant who can’t help speaking the truth, and a series of mistaken identities drive the story in this radio-play style staged reading.
About She Kills Monsters (Virtual Realms):
She Kills Monsters (Virtual Realms) is a high-octane comedic journey into the world of fantasy role playing games. Agnes is totally average and mourning the death of her totally nerdy sister, Tilly. Agnes discovers Tilly’s D&D notebook and embarks on an action packed adventure to battle a range of faeries and demons, and find the sister she lost.
Note about auditions: Seeking versatile actors ready to make theatre in a digital world (whatever that means–we’ll find out together!). If you have any experience or enthusiasm for puppetry, fight choreography, D&D, or TikTok please let me know!
About In the Continuum:
“In the Continuum puts a human face on the devastating impact of AIDS in Africa and America through the lives of two unforgettably courageous women. Living worlds apart, one in South Central LA and the other in Zimbabwe, each experiences a kaleidoscopic weekend of life-changing revelations in this story of parallel denials and self-discoveries.” – Concord Theatricals
Questions? Please email Professor Jeffrey Ullom (jeffrey.ullom case.edu)