Nola Werlinich ’17 writes in:
Directing I is a studio course offered by the theater department for students interested in investigating the role and work of a director. For this class to be successful, we need student actors to work with us! Anyone–theater major or not–who’s interested in exploring two to three person scenes with a student-director can audition, and if you get in, you will receive a half credit for your work. You will need to be free on Mondays from 1:20pm-4:10pm.
We will be working with texts from classical and contemporary playwrights including but not limited to: Paula Vogel, Tennessee Williams, Quiara Hudes, and Arthur Miller.
If you are interested in auditioning, come by the Theater Studio (TST 001) between 6:30-9:30pm on Monday, September, 12. Be prepared with a 1-2 minute memorized monologue, and an explanation of why you chose it. Also, we encourage all people of all identities to audition!
Have questions? Feel free to contact Russell Goldman ’17 (our TA) at rgoldman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
For more info, check out the class on Wesmaps.
Date: Tomorrow, Monday, September 12th
Place: Theater Studios (TST 001)
Link to the Facebook event here.