There is now a second role available to a community actress for Summer Circle.
Here is the breakdown one more time of the season and both of the roles.
SUMMER CIRCLE THEATRE ANNOUNCES SEASON AND TWO ROLES FOR COMMUNITY ACTRESSES
Main Stage #1 What I Did Last Summer by A.R. Gurney directed by Lynn Lammers 6/11-14 @8:00 PM
Main Stage #2 Detroit by Lisa D’Amour directed by Mark Colson 6/18-21 @ 8PM
Main Stage #3 Ruthless (musical) by Paley and Laird directed by Deric McNish 6/25-28 @ 8PM
Late Night Show: The Weird by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa director TBA 6/13,14, 20,21,27,28 @10 PM
Children’s Show: The Summer Circle written and directed by Rob Roznowski 6/13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 @ 6:30 PM
Roles Available for Community Actresses:
What I Did Last Summer: Anna-- A bohemian art teacher who teaches young Charlie how to live. A free-spirited rule breaker who eschews social norms and propriety. Age between 45-70. Payment $525. Mostly evening & weekend rehearsals, except for the week of May 12-15, when rehearsals will be in the afternoon. Some negotiability in scheduling. Please prepare a monologue one minute in length. What I did Last Summer begins rehearsals on 5/12/2014. The show runs 6/11-14. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Ruthless: Role of Tina Denmark available. Tina is a multi-talented young girl who can sing, dance and act. Everyone auditioning should prepare an uptempo song 32 bars in length that shows off your personality. Payment $525. Rehearsal schedule based on Tina's availability. Ruthless begins rehearsals on 5/12/2014. The show runs 6/25-6/28/2014. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Sign up for auditions at theatre.msu.edu
Auditions are on 4/6/2014 in the Auditorium Building on the MSU Campus.
Callbacks will be held immediately following the auditions. until 2:45 PM. Auditions and callbacks in Room 12 in the basement of the Auditorium Building on the MSU campus. Enter the Auditorium Building from the Farm Lane side and head downstairs.
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MSU Department of Theatre