Auditions

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June 8, 10, 12, Mainstage
(see details at right)
Bonnie & Clyde

Director: Macaela Carder Whitaker
Assistant Director: Julie Zatko
Musical Director: Kyle Krygielski
Stage Manager: Anita Crane

Performance dates: September 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23 & 24

Cast of characters

Full show synopsis

Singing Roles: Prepare 16 bars of a show tune, an accompanist will be provided

Non-Singing Roles: Prepare a one-minute monologue, or short speech to present

Arrive early to put your name on the audition list and complete an audition form (please list all conflicts and potential conflicts from the beginning of July through the run of the show). Headshots are welcomed but not required.

Thursday, June 8, 2017 – Mainstage
6:30-7:15 – Reserved for the children and teenagers auditioning for Young Bonnie and Young Clyde (a note to parents, guardians, caregivers – only the actor auditioning will be allowed in the theatre during the audition. Please stay in the Rep lobby during your child’s audition. Thank you for your cooperation).
7:15-8:30 – Singing and monologues
8:30-9:30 – Movement auditions (all except those auditioning for Young Bonnie and Young Clyde)

Saturday, June 10, 2017 – Mainstage
1:30-2:15 - Reserved for the children and teenagers auditioning for Young Bonnie and Young Clyde (a note to parents, guardians, caregivers – only the actor auditioning will be allowed in the theatre during the audition. Please stay in the Rep lobby during your child’s audition. Thank you for your cooperation).
2:15-3:30 – Singing and monologues
3:30-4:30 - Movement auditions (all except those auditioning for Young Bonnie and Young Clyde)

Callbacks - Mainstage
Monday, June 12, 2017 from 6:30-9:30
During callbacks, individuals will read various scenes and will be asked to sing specific songs from the show (sheet music will be provided). A small ensemble movement audition will take place if time allows.

July 22-23, 1pm, Main Stage

Callbacks July 24, 7pm, Brown Building

It Came From Mars

Directed by Kate Argow

Performance dates: October 13, 14, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28 & 29

It Came from Mars takes place in a 1938 radio rehearsal room. A group of radio actors etc. are reacting to the Orson Welles Martian broadcast. The cast ages are variable but are written as follows:

Quentin Farlowe- 40's-50's, director/writer

Maude Myrtles-30's-40's, secretary

Werner Kreilig-20's, sound technician

George Loomis-40's, actor, former soldier

Dolores Breckinridge-20's, actress

Julia Crane-40's, actress