U of I Holding Open Theatre Auditions for Fall Season
August 21, 2023
MOSCOW, Idaho — Auditions for the University of Idaho’s 2023 fall theatre season will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Hartung Theater on the U of I campus. Auditions are in-person and are open to anyone, including members of the Palouse community, with an interest in live theatre.
Those auditioning should prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue, which can be comedic or dramatic, be able to perform 32 bars of a Broadway/musical theatre song and have the sheet music available. Actors who do not have a monologue or song prepared may still audition as material will be provided. Full details are available on the productions and events audition page.
U of I’s Department of Theatre Arts is casting for four fall productions: “Amélie (The Musical),” co-produced by Lionel Hampton School of Music; “What the Constitution Means to Me,” featuring U of I professor Kelly Quinnett; “Not Dead Enough,” by Master of Fine Arts candidate Kellie Stonebrook; and “Coloring Along the Lines,” by Master of Fine Arts candidate Jesse Parr.
“Not Dead Enough” and “Coloring Along the Lines” are part of “First Bite,” a new play development series by the Department of Theatre Arts. “First Bite” provides emerging U of I playwrights the chance to receive development support through staged readings, workshops and premiere productions, while creating a unique space for playwrights to collaborate with directors, cast and crew members and the audience while preparing their work for the stage.
For more information on auditions, contact the Department of Theatre Arts at 208-885-6465
Department of Theatre Arts & Lionel Hampton School of Music
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