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AUDITIONS for ANGELS IN AMERICA
Auditions & Callbacks
Angels in America, Part One, Millennium Approaches
Auditions: Wed., Feb. 20, 5:00PM, McKee Gymnasium, Room 004
Callbacks: Thurs., Feb. 21, 5:30PM, McKee Gymnasium, Room 004
Auditions: Students should read script for Angels in America by Tony Kushnerin its entirety (both Part 1 & 2) and prepare memorized monologues (not from Angels) that reflect their interest in a particular role. Scripts will be available to sign out for reading purposes in the main Theatre Department office in the Rhynsburger Theatre building. Actors cast in Amen Corner are encouraged to audition, and please arrive early. Actors cast in True West will not be able to be in this show due to rehearsal conflicts.
For Questions Contact the Director, Dr. David Crespy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Callbacks: Readings from scripts. Production will follow Kushner’s double-casting guidelines (see characters list), so actors should be prepared to perform cross-gendered doubling for the role(s) they are interested in playing.
We will be performing Part One, Millennium Approaches in full production, but we will also perform Part Two, Perestroika in concert performance as part of the ANGELS IN PERFORMANCE: DOCUMENTING LGBTQ LIVES IN THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE which will take place the first weekend of performances. Mr. Kushner will be in residence for our final dress rehearsal.
Rehearsal Schedule: Evenings and Weekends from Saturday, March 2 (afternoon first read-through) through Wednesday, April 24. There will NOT be rehearals over Spring Break.
Performances: April 25-27/May 2-5
Concert reading of Part Two, Perestroika, Sunday, April 28, 2PM.
AUDITIONS for MU SUMMER REP THEATRE
Please join us for auditions for our 45nd Summer Repertory season, held Saturday, March 2nd, 2013, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Rhynsburger Theatre.
ANYTHING GOES directed by Professor James Miller
SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FINAL ADVENTURE directed by Dr. Cheryl Black
All auditioners must register and get a number assigned between 8:30-9:00.
Auditioners must prepare a one-minute, comic monologue and an 18 bar song. Bring sheet music. We provide an accompanist. Callbacks will be posted after auditions have been completed and will begin at approximately 11 a.m. Please be prepared to move during call backs.
Performers may also interview for technical and front-of-house positions.
Salaries average $150/week. Academic credit is available. The entire company will be involved full time in rehearsal and production of the repertory.
Rehearsals begin on June 3rd. Company is dismissed July 29th after strike and scripts are returned.
Technical positions are available. Plan to interview with Dean Packard, Technical Director, from 9 to 11 a.m. If you can't make this date, email Dean for an interview at email@example.com.