AUDITIONS FOR "IN THE HEIGHTS"
Directed by Buddy Butler
Tuesday, February 6, 6pm-10pm
Wednesday, February 7, 6pm-10pm
Thursday, February 8, 6pm-10pm
Friday, February 9 (time TBA)
All auditions will be held in the University Theater (HGH 137).
ACTORS, PLEASE PREPARE:
- 1-2 minute contemporary monologue
- 16-32 bars of a contemporary Broadway song (NOT from In the Heights)
- Bring sheet music in your key. No transpositions. An accompanist will be provided
or you may sing acapella.
- Men interested in the roles of Usnavi, Benny, and Sonny must prepare the rap on page 1-1-1 beginning with "Lights up on Washington Heights..." and ending
with "If the coffee isn't light and sweet..." bar 3-37 in sheet music. Copies of both
will be available in the main office, HGH 100.
DANCE or TENNIS shoes are recommended for dance auditions.
If you are only interested in dance, there is no need to attend the acting/vocal auditions
on February 6th and 7th.
Sign-up on the board outside of the Greenroom (HGH 136).
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AUDITIONS FOR "AS YOU LIKE IT"
Directed by Nancy Carlin
Tuesday, January 30, 3pm-6:45pm
Hal Todd Theatre (HGH 103)
TA 117-03 (Class #30135) — AS YOU LIKE IT
This class will culminate in performances of William Shakespeare’s AS YOU LIKE IT
in the Hal Todd Theatre at the end of the semester.
We are looking for actors, singers/musicians, stage managers, and designers willing
to collaborate on this production.
The course will offer students the experience of what goes in to putting on a play,
teach theater professionalism, and explore the rigorous and rewarding experience of
Auditions/interviews for this class will take place during our first class time, Tuesday,
January 30 from 3:00pm-6:45pm in the Hal Todd Theatre.
ACTORS, PLEASE PREPARE:
- a short Shakespeare or other classical monologue
- a short contemporary monologue
- OPTIONAL: be prepared to sing a few bars of something or play an instrument.
Interested in DESIGN or STAGE MANAGEMENT?
If so, be prepared to tell us a bit about yourself and your interests. We’ll have
an information orientation at the top of our time and then you’ll all sign up to audition/interview
one at a time through the rest of our session. Class/cast list will be posted as soon
as possible and permission codes will be given out.
If call backs are needed they will be held on Wednesday Jan. 31, 5pm-8pm.
Class/rehearsals will meet once a week on Tuesdays from 3pm-6:45pm.
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