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Looka here, thespian types!

2, COUNT 'EM 2 OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERFORMANCE.
ACTUALLY, 3, IF YOU COUNT THE ATTIC REP FORUM PROJECT (SEE YESTERDAY'S BLOG)

Season

1. General Auditions for The Classic Theatre's 2010/11 Season

Actors will be auditioning for Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), Blithe Spirit (Noel Coward), The Lion in Winter (James Goldman) and Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen)

Audition Place: The Sterling Houston Theater (Jump-Start) at the Blue Star Arts Complex

Auditions will be scheduled in 5 minute time slots. Actors should bring a headshot and resume. They need to perform 2 contrasting monologues. 1 should be Shakespeare and 1 Modern/Contemporary

Audition times/dates:
6 pm-9 pm on Sunday, March 14th
7 pm- 9 pm on Monday March 15th
7 pm for callbacks if needed on Tuesday, March 16.

**All actors cast will be paid a stipend.**

Actors can make an appointment by calling Tony Ciaravino at 210-454-7438 or by emailing asiahc@gmail.com.

ALSO

2. Overtime Theatre Auditions

For actors who want to be in an original play this spring, there's an audition this Sunday, Feb. 28, 6-9 pm at the Overtime Theater. The audition is for "The Happy Couple," written by local playwright James Venhaus and directed by Matthew Byron Cassi.

Roles are available for 3 men and 2 women:

Billy: Male, big and not so bright, in his 20's

Angel: Female, angry, bitter 35 year old

Michael: Male, lawyer, mid to late 30's

Mary Elizabeth: Female, his wife, in her 30's

Eddie: Male, blues musician, in his 40's

Auditions will consist of monologues and cold readings from the script. Please prepare a 1-2 minute comedic or dramatic monologue and bring resume/headshots.

Showdates are April 9 - May 1, 2010.

The Overtime Theater,

1414 S. Alamo (in the Blue Star Complex), San Antonio TX 78210.

http://www.theovertimetheater.net, info@theovertimetheater.net.

Thanks!

Jon Gillespie

Overtime Theater Development Director




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