Recycled Shakespeare Company is holding open auditions for Titus Andronicus on August 1 and 3 from 5pm-7pm both days. Auditions will be held in Fairfield Memorial Park, rain or shine.
Co-directors, Emily Rowden Fournier and Jakob Sutton, will be casting all roles, and, as is Recycled Shakespeare Company tradition, any who audition will receive a part. Any level of acting experience will be accepted. Although the directors plan to take an artistic approach to this Shakespearean tragedy, due to the graphic content of the script children under 12 years of age will not be accepted for auditions and minors will need parental consent to participate.
Recycled Shakespeare Company is a not-for-profit community theater troupe that specializes in Shakespearean theater while using recycled materials to create theater on a minimal budget. There is no cost to join the company.
Anyone who wishes to participate should be familiar with the script but need not prepare anything. Auditions will consist of cold readings in groups or alone. The performance date for this show is October 15, 2016. The rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions.
For more information, contact Emily Rowden Fournier at 207-314-8607 or email email@example.com.
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