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Spring 2019 Scripts for Auditions

General Theatre Auditions for the Department of Theatre & Dance’s Spring 2019 productions will take place :

Spring Auditions                   Saturday January 12, 2019

The 4th Annual CU Boulder New Play Festival Auditions!!

Saturday, February 23rd 11am - 3pm
Sunday, February 24th 6pm - 9pm
 
In the Design Studio (THTR C-340)

 

No need to prepare anything for auditions… we’ll give you something to read! It'll only take a few minutes, and you don’t have to be there both days.
 
Audition for 10 Minute, 1 Act, Full Length plays or even a Performance Scenario
 
Each play in the festival will be given a staged reading which means NO LINES TO MEMORIZE and MINIMAL rehearsal time (2-5 rehearsals per play).
This is a terrific way to meet people in the theatre program, find out what it’s like to audition and try your hand at performing.  Some theatre instructors will even offer extra credit!
Please contact cubouldernpf@gmail.com for details

 

The shows being cast at the Department Spring Auditions on Saturday January 12, 2019 will be:

  • Almost, Maine, A Play by John Cariani. Director, Zachary Campbell. In the Loft Theatre. February 7-10, 2109.
    On a cold, clear night in the fictional town of Almost, Maine, residents find themselves falling in and out of love in strange and unexpected ways. This witty and charming play relies on a series of vignettes—and a touch of magic—to explore the joys and perils of romance.
  • The Voice of the Prairie, A Play by John Olive.  Director, Zachary Heygood.  A Studio Production in the Acting Studio. February 14-17, 2019. 
    What happens when a naive farmer meets a profit-seeking scammer during the rise of commercial radio? Follow the life experiences of David Quinn as he captivates rural radio listeners with his heart-rending stories of the adventures of a wayfarer, a blind girl and the colorful characters of the prairie.
  • Into the Woods, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim & Book by James Lapine. Director, Bud Coleman. In the University Theatre. February 22-Mar 3, 2019
    What if "happily ever after" isn't so happy after all? In Sondheim's Tony Award-winning musical "Into the Woods," Cinderella, Little Red Ridinghood and other fairy tale characters venture into a forest to pursue their hearts’ greatest desires. But they soon learn the tangled consequences of getting exactly what you wish for. Casting 20, all are welcome.
  • Poltergeist, 3rdAnnual New Play Festival Winning Script by Alika Magas 
    Director, TBA. A Studio Production in the Acting Studio. March 7-10, 2019. 
  • Falstaff in Love, A new play by Scott Kaiser.  Director, Kevin Rich. In the Loft Theatre. March 14-17, 2109.
    Follow the hilarious origin story of Jack Falstaff—described by Orson Welles as “Shakespeare’s greatest creation”—and discover how young Jack came to be the infamous knight we meet in three of Shakespeare’s plays. Commissioned by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, this brilliant, new adventure tale imagines what secrets may be lurking behind Falstaff’s rowdy, boastful exterior.

Additional Spring Audition dates TBA. The show being cast will be:
New Play Festival

For the most current and detailed Audition requirements, please go to the Department's Audition website listed below. 

Theatre Audition Website:
https://assettforms.colorado.edu/auditions/

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Please contact Connie I. Lane, Production Coordinator
connie.lane@colorado.edu
303-492-3037