Enter Stage Right Casting Call
Following last year’s successful celebration of “user friendly Shakespeare”, we are producing the festival over two days this summer – August 13th and 14th in the city of St. Clair, Michigan.
Strolling players, a musical consort, and other performers will recreate the world that surrounded Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, while ‘Pageant Wagons’ will give visitors a taste of 16th century life ranging from sword fighting to dancing.
We are not doing any full length plays – we are doing selected scenes, soliloquies, songs, dances, etc. to give people a feel for a summer’s day at the Globe in 1599. We keep everything as period appropriate as possible – so it’s a little like Colonial Williamsburg: Our food vendors follow all modern health laws, but keep the modern technology hidden behind hay bales, etc.
Audition will be held on May 2nd and 3rd from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. (You do not have to attend both days.) Callbacks are May 7th from 10am – 2pm.
Community Foundation Meeting Room
516 McMorran Blvd (across from McMorran Auditorium)
Port Huron, MI.
- We are looking for Actors, Vocalists, Musicians, and Townspeople.
NOTE: We cast blind to all “categories” – male/female, young/old, any race, people with disabilities, etc. We are fully insured and bend over backwards to accommodate everyone.
These are not paid roles.
How to Apply:
To pre-register for an audition time, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 810.334.6415
NOTE: Actors are requested to bring a prepared monologue from Shakespeare’s works. Musicians and Vocalists are requested to bring a prepared classical piece. Resume and headshots are a welcome bonus!