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Cabaret Auditions

1510873_10152658930461448_6089151759784954286_nFrom Ari Rudess ’15:

From the people who brought you Second Stage favorites like Next to Normal and Godspell comes….

CABARET
As the rising tide of Nazism threatens the lives and culture of individuals in Weimar Berlin, the people of the Kit Kat Klub maintain that “life is a cabaret” in this classic musical.

Please prepare 16 bars of a song and a short monologue (if you have one!). No need to worry about memorization or experience! We’re looking for a passionate cast of actors, singers, dancers, movers, shakers, artists, and anyone who wants to be a part of this exciting production!

AUDITIONS:
All auditions will be in the CFA Jones Room
Friday, 1/23 4-6pm
Saturday, 1/24 4-6pm
Callbacks will be Sunday, 1/25 1-5pm in the CFA Jones Room

Questions, comments, feelings? Email Sarah Corey (scorey[at]wesleyan[dot]edu) or Ari Rudess (arudess[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)

Director: Sarah Corey
Music Director: Max Luton
Choreographer: Beanie Feldstein
Stage Manager: Ari Rudess
Assistant Stage Managers: Remy Johnson and Mariel Becker

Date: Friday, January 23 and Saturday, January 24
Times: 4-6 PM both days
Place: CFA Jones Room

Opening Tonight: New York: You Are My Wife

Daniel Thatcherson of the Baby-Mâché Players writes:

Hello Wellesleyan University! We are absolutely thrilled to bring our production of New York: You Are My Wife to your quaint little campus. The Baby-Mâché Players, an up and coming theater company from the outskirts of ol’ NY City, have crafted a collective work of art that brings together the best of our Big Fat Apple and throws it up in your face in the form of a cabaret show. Songs! Monologues! Slam poetry! We’ve got it all. So why don’t you come along TONIGHT, TOMORROW, or SATURDAY at 8 as we take you for a ride through “the heart of it all”?! Find out more here!

You’ve never seen The City like this!

This is the best thing you’ve ever seen.

  • Date: April 21, 22, 23
  • Time: 8pm
  • Place: WestCo Café
  • Cost: FREE! No tickets. Just show up.