Auditions

THEATER PROGRAM AUDITIONS

The Program in Theater will hold auditions for shows in the upcoming 2018 – 2019 season on September 10-11 and the week of October 8th.

No experience necessary. We especially welcome students who have never performed, or haven’t performed since the first grade!

It will be possible to get course credit for participating in Mad Dreams, Fun Home or Machinal next year through course THR 451, taught and directed by Bob Sandberg. Although it will not be essential to take the course in order to participate in the production, you will need to be available for certain rehearsal times.

For further audition questions, please contact Carmelita Becnel at cbecnel@princeton.edu.

FALL AUDITIONS

Monday, September 10, 2018

3-6 PM
Lewis Arts complex
Early auditions for remaining roles in fall semester musicals — Mad Dreams, Fun Home, Legally Blonde


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

3:30-6:30 PM
Lewis Arts complex
Early auditions for remaining roles in fall semester plays — Machinal, Plautus, Twelfth Night


Week of October 8, 2018

TBD
Lewis Arts complex
Auditions for remaining roles in spring semester plays and musicals

Program in Theater & Program in Music Theater: 2018-19 Season

A devised work based on the genre of the Choreopoem that addresses the circumstances and issues of black female students at Princeton

A reading of Foreign Bodies, a new musical by Whitney Mosery ’08, Joshua Williams ’07, and Yve Blake

The Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home by Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori

A non-traditionally cast performance of Legally Blonde by Laurence O’Keefe, Nell Benjamin and Heather Hach

Sophie Treadwell’s expressionist drama Machinal 

Mad Dreams, a new musical by R. N. Sandberg and Vince Di Mura that re-imagines Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1961 as the first two black students enroll at the University of Georgia

Miles Gloriosus, a Roman comedy by Plautus

A new piece of theater with music commissioned through the Roger S. Berlind Playwright in Residence program from Afropolitan theater maker Shariffa Ali. Written and composed by Ali along with Troy Burton and Joanna Evans

A new translation of Jean Racine’s Phedre

A participatory production of The Public Theater’s Public Works version of The Odyssey that will involve community members

A four-actor version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Women in Comedy festival

A DIY Festival of Senior Thesis Performances featuring Bria McKenzie, Julia Yu, Ben Diamond, Will Alvarado, Alexandra Paloscz, Chase Hommeyer and Nathan Phan

Readings of four new plays by seniors Zara Jayant, Tamia Goodman, Max Feldman, Anna Zabel and Katherine Duggan

 

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