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Romeo and Juliet
Auditions: Wednesday, August 26, 6:00 pm, Rhynsburger Theatre
Callbacks: Thursday, August 27, 6:30 pm, Rhynsburger Theatre
Looking for actors of all ages, types, genders and ethnicity. Please prepare a classical monologue, one to two minutes (optional). Cold readings from provided scripts of scenes from the play. Please know your schedule and possible conflicts between Aug 26 and Oct 4. Performances are Oct 2 – 4 in the Missouri Theatre. Rehearsal begin immediately.
Contact: Kevin Brown, director, brownkevin@missouri.edu

Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Auditions: Wednesday, August 31, 6:00, Corner Playhouse
Callbacks: September 1, Corner Playhouse
Looking for actors of all ages, types, genders and ethnicity. Please prepare a classical monologue, one to two minutes (optional). Cold readings from provided scripts of scenes from the play. Please know your schedule and possible conflicts between Aug 26 and Oct 4. Performances are Oct 2 – 4 in the Missouri Theatre. Rehearsal begin immediately.
Actors: Please prepare 16 bars of a song in the style of the show and a one-minute contemporary monologue. An accompanist is provided. Have your sheet music in a binder clearly marked for the accompanist. Choose a song in the genre of 70s-80s Pop/Rock. Prepare your monologue in your natural voice (No Accent Work) Male Actors come with clothes and be prepared for movement. Male Actors bring heels if you have them.
Musicians: You are welcome to audition for the band. Please prepare a two-minute cut of a song. If musicians can’t attend auditions feel free to send a small recording to make.me.hedwig@gmail.com
Contact: Chris Oliver, director, cob74@missouri.edu

Want’s Unwhist Work
Auditions: Saturday, September 12, 10 am, Rhynsburger Theatre
Callbacks: Sunday, September 13, 10 am, Rhynsburger Theatre
Actors: please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue from any classical verse play (Shakespeare, Moliere, etc.). The callbacks will be readings from the script. This is a rather zany comedy with some wild characters, so let that inform your choices. The play is written in contemporary verse or what the author calls “Shakespereanesque” style. Scripts are available for checkout from the Theatre Office. Rehearsals start on Monday, October 5th AFTER Romeo and Juliet closes. Performances will run from November 11-15th.
The play is set in the 90’s and will feature music, theory, culture, theatre, etc. from the era.
Contact: David Crespy, director, crespyd@missouri.edu


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