Lots of auditions!

Samantha Pearlman ’11 thinks you should audition for Directed Experienced in Acting!

The Directing I class is looking for actors to perform in scenes written by such playwrights as Anton Chekhov, William Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, George Bernard Shaw, and Carlo Goldoni. Actors participating in the scenes will receive .5 course credit for acting in the scene and going to rehearsals. No papers, No tests, No reading- JUST ACTING!

These scenes are a great way to discover acting if you’ve never tried it before, or to help further your technique if you wish to study it in the future. No acting experience is necessary, only a strong work ethic and an interest in the rehearsal process. Rehearsals will be roughly 6 hours a week depending on the schedules of the performers and the directors.

Auditions will be held THIS FRIDAY, January 30 from 1:10-3:30 in the Theater Studios in the CFA. Please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue written before the 1970s (memorized). Sign up for a time slot on the Theater Department call board (located in the Theater Studios). Hope to see you there!

If that’s not quite for you…

Xiaoxi Tu ’09 needs some extras to be in her thesis show! If you want to wear a fantastic costume, do a hoe-down, and prance around on stage, if you want to be in a show but don’t want a big time commitment, come to auditions!

What: Auditions for She Unnames Them, an opera by Xiaoxi Tu
When: this Saturday, Jan. 31st, 3-5pm
Where: in Fayerweather Theater Room
Actual Production Dates: Saturday April 4th 7pm, Sunday April 5th 2pm and
7pm, in the World Music Hall

Prefer improv? Angus McCullough ’10 tells us about auditioning for New Teen Force:

Are you vaguely interested in funny things? Do you have 700 hobo names memorized?*

No experience necessary, no prep, except hobo names*.

Come to one of these one-hour sessions:
THURSDAY, 29th: 5-6pm or 6-7pm in FAYERWEATHER
FRIDAY, 30th: 3-4pm or 4-5pm in the NIC LOUNGE

*700 hobo names not required for acceptance into group, though encouraged
Questions, contact Angus at amccullough@wes.