Casting Actors, Musicians and Singers
Enter Stage Right announces auditions for “Will On The Water 2012″ – a two day “user friendly Shakespeare festival” in the city of St. Clair. This third year of the festival will include scenes and soliloquies from Shakespeare’s plays during the festival, August 11th and 12th. Dramatic performances and music from the Consort singers will take place in Palmer Park on the river, while townspeople, heralds, town criers and jesters will entertain in Palmer Park and Riverview Plaza. The Consort will prepare and perform under the direction of Festival Musical Director John Unger. “We want to give participants a sense of what a summer day would have been like in London in 1599” says Elaine Schatzline-Behr, Festival Director. “His theatre was very popular because it was very entertaining.” Short performances will run through the day, with music, games, crafts, food and a variety of items for sale. It’s a family friendly environment with good food, good fun and a taste of something you can’t find anywhere else. The event is sponsored by the city of St. Clair and the Blue Water Arts Committee.
SHAKESPEARE SCENE AUDITIONS (PLAYERS)
The Players auditions are open to all who love Shakespeare, performance or summer festivals and wish to come play with Enter Stage Right. Preference in casting will be given to accomplished actors, but anyone is welcome who is willing to train and rehearse.
- We will be casting Players for the Shakespeare scenes on The Globe stage, Heralds and Town Criers for the Globe and the surrounding fairground, Jesters and Townspeople for staffing games, activities and the market place.
Auditions Details (Shakespeare Scene):
April 28th and 29th from 2-5pm at the Acheson Community Resource Center, 516 McMorran Blvd, Port Huron.
MUSIC GROUP AUDITIONS (CONSORT)
The Consort is open to those trained and untrained musicians who love to sing and/or play instruments (strings, guitar, flute, trumpet, recorder, drums, etc.). The Consort Choir will be limited to 25 singers (S/A/T/B) performing Elizabethan Era madrigals, fun/folk tunes, ballads, and troubadour style pub songs. Any unaccompanied audition piece is acceptable. Period music (late 16th C., early 17th C.) recommended. The Court Singers will be open to 8 to 10 experienced voices (3S/3A/2T/2B) who will perform several intricate ‘period’ madrigals sung a cappella. This select group also will learn the Consort music.
Audition Details (Music Group):
Friday, May 11, from 6-9PM and Saturday, May 12, from 2-5PM at Faith Lutheran Church
These are not paid roles:
How to Apply:
If you are interested in applying and would like to reserve an audition time, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: For Players, please prepare a one minute monologue from Shakespeare, or a three minute, two person scene from Shakespeare, if you wish to audition with a friend. Bring your calendar to auditions to enable you to completely fill out the audition form. Walk-ins are welcome, but we would DEEPLY appreciate reservations for an audition time.
For more information and a list of suggested audition pieces visit: www.willonthewater.org
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