Auditions

Upcoming Auditions: The Sweet Science of Bruising, Winter 2020

UPCOMING AUDITIONS


MainStage Production, Winter 2020: 


The Sweet Science of Bruising
by Joy Wilkinson

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AUDITION DATES

Wednesday January 8: 7:00-10:00 pm


Thursday January 9: 7:00-10:00 pm
Friday January 10, Callbacks: beginning 7:00 pm

Upcoming Audition: Red Speedo, Fall 2019

UPCOMING AUDITIONS
Full Production, Fall 2019:
Red Speedo by Lucas Hnath

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AUDITION DATES
Saturday September 28, 1-4 pm
Sunday September 29, 11 am-2 pm (callbacks)

AUDITION LOCATION
Bentley Theater

ABOUT THE PLAY AND THE PRODUCTION
Ray’s swum his way to the eve of the Olympic trials. If he makes the team, he’ll get a deal with Speedo. If he gets a deal with Speedo, he’ll never need a real job. So when someone’s stash of performance-enhancing drugs is found in the locker room fridge, threatening the entire team’s Olympic fate, Ray has to crush the rumors or risk losing everything. A sharp and stylish play about swimming, survival of the fittest, and the American dream of a level playing field—or of leveling the field yourself.

Upcoming Audition: Bla(n)ck Piranha, Fall 2019

UPCOMING AUDITIONS
Studio Lab Performance, Fall 2019:
Bla(n)ck Piranha: An Exploration into the Sexual Terrorscape of Black Femininity 
by Stella Amuzu Asa '22

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AUDITION DATE
Sunday September 29, 12:00-1:15 pm and 1:45-3:00 pm 

LOCATION
Rehearsal Room, Hop 14 (basement level)

Upcoming Auditions: Tires of a Dream, Fall 2019

UPCOMING AUDITIONS
Studio Lab Staged Reading, Fall 2019:
Tires of a Dream by Nick Gutierrez

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AUDITION DATES
Wednesday October 2, 7:00-10:00 pm

AUDITION LOCATION
Rehearsal Room, Hop 14 (basement level)

ABOUT THE PLAY AND THE PRODUCTION
An aspiring professional clown, an investment banker, and their immigrant parents navigate a chaotic world as they all prepare for their biggest nightmare– family dinner.

This will be a Studio Lab Staged Reading of an original work, written by Nick Gutierrez '20 and directed by Naomi Agnew '20. The project will encompass roughly 30 hours of rehearsal over 2-3 weeks, culminating in a staged reading performance in the Bentley Theater during the weekend of October 18, as part of a "New Works Weekend" performance project.

Upcoming Auditions: The Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival

UPCOMING AUDITIONS
The Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival, Summer 2019:

Dr. Superman by Kayshav Prakash '22
Lost Angeles by Kavya Menon '20
The Recording by Monik Walters '19


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AUDITION DATES
Friday June 21 7:00-9:30 pm
Saturday June 22 7:00-9:00 pm
Sunday June 23 4:00-7:00 pm (callbacks)

AUDITION LOCATION
The Bentley Theater

ABOUT THE PLAYS AND THE PRODUCTION

Dr. Superman, by Kayshav Prakash '22
The 2019 Dodd Playwriting Competition winner  
Dr. Superman follows an Indian family transplanted to the rural South, as they navigate the brown experience in a community being ravaged by the rise of opiates and the loss of jobs. 
Read the most recent draft of the script HERE

Frost/Dodd Auditions: Monday, June 29th

The Department of Theater announces **OPEN AUDITIONS** for the winning plays of the 2015 Frost and Dodd Playwriting Contests. These plays will be presented at the Frost and Dodd Playwriting Festival, July 31-August 2, 2015:

The Rosenbaum Twin Survival Musical Spectacular by Elise Wien '17/ Full production, directed by Jamie Horton/ This play is about twins who become trapped on a desert island - and what they are willing to do to conquer their circumstances.

In Another Country by Mike McDavid '15/ Staged reading, directed by Marina McClure '04/ A drama exploring sin and punishment in the backdrop of the war on terror, In Another Country takes the audience inside of a CIA black site a few years after 9/11. We follow along as two bored agents work through matters of importance in scope national, personal and trivial.

Slack Jambs by Ashton Slatev '15/ Staged reading, directed by Marina McClure '04/ This play is a satirical illustration of the power struggle between Big Business lobbying and a misinformed general public. Slack Jambs explores the pendular nature of blame in American democracy.