Spring 2019 Auditions - November 4, 2018 from 10am to 5pm at University Theater
The Department of Theatre will be producing Shakespeare's classic Macbeth, Susan-Lori Parks' two-hander Topdog/Underdog (with a concept by director Kevin R. Free that will incorporate a chorus of other actors!), and the timeless Stephen Sondheim/Hugh Wheeler musical A Little Night Music.
You may audition for any one, two or all three productions, although please be aware that production dates do overlap!
To audition for Macbeth, director Steven Marzolf has asked for a Shakespeare monologue of no more than 90 seconds. It can be from Macbeth or not--your call!
To audition for A Little Night Music, you will need to prepare one song, no more than 90 seconds, of your own choosing. An accompanist will be provided, but please bring your sheet music in a binder and in the correct key for your voice!! If you would like to use a song from the show, please email Joe Millett for a selection of audition cuts.
Last but not least, for Topdog/Underdog, director Kevin R. Free is planning to cast five "docents" to be in the play, to be representatives of the outside world within the play. They can be singers or non singers, and casting will be color-blind. To audition please prepare: a contemporary monologue and an a capella song (if you are interested in playing Lincoln - or if you can accompany yourself on guitar, that would be great, too!)