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Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre Auditions

What: The Beggar's Opera by John Gay

Where: University of Waterloo, Arts Lecture Hall, Room 116 & 113

When: June 22 to 24 - 7-10pm

(June 22 & 23 - AL116, June 24 - AL113)

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the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (KWLT)
Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre Auditions

What: The Beggar's Opera by John Gay

Where: University of Waterloo, Arts Lecture Hall, Room 113

When: June 22 to 24 - 7-10pm

Read more... )
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Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre Auditions

What: Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Christopher Hampton, directed by Karen Grierson

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Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre Auditions

What: Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Christopher Hampton, directed by Karen Grierson

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the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Henry V)
KWLT announces

AUDITIONS
AND
PRODUCTION CALL

What: Henry V by William Shakespeare

Where: University of Waterloo - room to be confirmed - watch www.kwlt.org for updates

When: November 17, 18 & 19, 2008, 7-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we may hold call-backs

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). We are looking for actors over 18 years, please.

How: No prepared audition pieces please. Come in comfortable clothes.

King Henry IV has died. His son, young Henry, has just assumed the throne. Several bitter civil wars have left the English restless and dissatisfied. In order to gain the respect of the English people and the court, Henry must live down his wild adolescent past. To do so he lays claim to parts of France, but when the young prince of France sends Henry an insulting gift in reply, Henry plans an invasion of France. Supported by the English noblemen and the clergy, Henry gathers his troops for war. This great play focuses on events immediately before and after the Battle of Agincourt during the Hundred Years' War and director Amos Boratto's contemporary interpretation of Henry V mixes the florid scripting of Shakespeare with modern imagery and sound to create a bridge between the past and present.

Performances Dates: March 5-7 & 12-14, 2009, all shows 8pm

For more information, please contact: [livejournal.com profile] macman47, Director, aboratto at gmail.com or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour at gmail.com
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (KWLT)
KWLT Announces Auditions and Production Call for January One Acts

What: The January One Acts are five selected one acts presented in January at The Church Theatre in St. Jacobs. The shows selected for January are:

Echo by Joseph T. Shipley, directed by Sarah Daigen
A Dollar by David Pinski, directed by Tim Jackson
A New Brand of Hell written & directed by David Shute
Words, Words, Words by David Ives, directed by Alana Rozier
Postcards by Carol K. Mach, , directed by Lynn Scott

When and Where: October 27th, 28th, 29th from 7pm-10pm

Where: University of Waterloo-watch www.kwlt.org for confirmation of specific location

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The shows call for as many as 20 performers 10 male, 8 female and 2 either, so there is plenty of room for performers new to the theatre.

How: No prepared pieces required. Please come in comfortable clothes.

Important dates:

Tech weekend and dress: January 25th,26th,27th

Performance dates and time: January 29,30 at 8pm, January 31st at 2 & 8pm

For more information please contact the producer Lynn Scott at Lynn_KWLT@hotmail.com or 519-886-0660
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the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Hook)
KWLT announces

AUDITIONS AND PRODUCTION CALL

What: Captain Hook's Revenge by Richard Coleman

Where: University of Waterloo - Room Confirmed - AL 105 (Arts Lecture Hall, Room 105)

When: September 22, 23, 24, 2008, 7-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we may hold call-backs.

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The cast has a wide range of ages available, starting at 18 and up.

How: Prepared audition pieces are not required. Come in comfortable clothes and be prepared to also provide a singing & stage combat audition.

In this new take on the classic tale of Peter Pan, Captain Hook plots his revenge against the young boy with the help of his crew of enthusiastic but inept pirates. With the help of the Lost Girls and
other Neverland locals, Peter has to find a new wife for the chief of the Neverland tribe, a mother for the Lost Girls, and save his new English friends from Captain Hook's fury.

Captain Hook's Revenge is a traditional English Pantomime. An English tradition for the Christmas season, Pantomime involves wild plots, memorable characters in colourful costumes, song and dance. Brave
heroes and crafty villains, knock-knock jokes and lewd humour all combine to make Pantomime fun and friendly for the whole family to enjoy. Audience participation is strongly encouraged – lest ye walk the plank!

Produced by arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts

Performances Dates: Friday, December 5th and 12th at 8pm & Saturday, December 6th and 13th at 2pm and at 7pm

For more information, please contact: Josh Hoey, Director, joshhoey@alumni.uwaterloo.ca or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour@gmail.com
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Hook)
KWLT announces

AUDITIONS AND PRODUCTION CALL

What: Captain Hook's Revenge by Richard Coleman

Where: University of Waterloo - please check www.kwlt.org for specific room number in September.

When: September 22, 23, 24, 2008, 7-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we may hold call-backs.

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The cast has a wide range of ages available, starting at 18 and up.

How: Prepared audition pieces are not required. Come in comfortable clothes and be prepared to also provide a singing & stage combat audition.

In this new take on the classic tale of Peter Pan, Captain Hook plots his revenge against the young boy with the help of his crew of enthusiastic but inept pirates. With the help of the Lost Girls and
other Neverland locals, Peter has to find a new wife for the chief of the Neverland tribe, a mother for the Lost Girls, and save his new English friends from Captain Hook's fury.

Captain Hook's Revenge is a traditional English Pantomime. An English tradition for the Christmas season, Pantomime involves wild plots, memorable characters in colourful costumes, song and dance. Brave
heroes and crafty villains, knock-knock jokes and lewd humour all combine to make Pantomime fun and friendly for the whole family to enjoy. Audience participation is strongly encouraged – lest ye walk the plank!

Produced by arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts

Performances Dates: Friday, December 5th and 12th at 8pm & Saturday, December 6th and 13th at 2pm and at 7pm

For more information, please contact: Josh Hoey, Director, joshhoey@alumni.uwaterloo.ca or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour@gmail.com
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
Casting meeting went till almost 2am.

22 people came out last night. That doubled the take of the first two nights, combined.

44 people, 17 roles. Dude. And so many really talented people.

I'm going to look at the potential scheduling conflicts again in the cold harsh light of day, but I think I have the hard bit done.

Dude, this is going to rock hard.

And telling all the people I didn't cast they're not in isn't going to be remotely fun.
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
Keen beans.

15 people out, no one that made me cringe, though a few "If I don't have to use them, I won't" people. Few interesting questions.

Surprising amount of people who didn't know the story at all (where the hell have you been your whole life? under a rock???).

Few that my fight director would prefer didn't fight, one that he flat out said "no freaking way".

I'm still waiting for a few characters (as in from the script) to walk through the door - have some leads for specific people, but not enough (gee, only first night, who knew).

I'm good.

I can't wait to see what tomorrow & Wednesday bring.
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS
AND
PRODUCTION CALL

The Three Musketeers, by Willis Hall, adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas )
For more information, please contact: Anita Kilgour, Director,
(519)502-4736 (cell) or akilgour@gmail.com or [livejournal.com profile] persephoneplace

I'm stupidly excited by this - it's starting to fall in place where the technical people's heads are jiviing with mine.

This is the groove place I live for.....
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS
AND
PRODUCTION CALL

The Three Musketeers, by Willis Hall, adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas )
For more information, please contact: Anita Kilgour, Director,
(519)502-4736 (cell) or akilgour@gmail.com or [livejournal.com profile] persephoneplace
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS
AND
PRODUCTION CALL

The Three Musketeers, by Willis Hall, adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas )
For more information, please contact: Anita Kilgour, Director,
(519)502-4736 (cell) or akilgour@gmail.com or [livejournal.com profile] persephoneplace
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (3 Musketeers)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS
AND
PRODUCTION CALL

The Three Musketeers, by Willis Hall, adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas )
For more information, please contact: Anita Kilgour, Director,
(519)502-4736 (cell) or akilgour@gmail.com or [livejournal.com profile] persephoneplace
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Merc)
AUDITIONS & PRODUCTION CALL
Dates / Times & Location:
Mon Nov 19, 7pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 334
Tue Nov 20, 7pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 334
Wed Nov 21, 7pm - 9pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 336

Callbacks:
Wed Nov 21, 9pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 336

How:
Audition pieces welcome but not necessary. Come in comfortable clothes.

The One Act Play Weekend will present the following:
Fifteen Minute Minimum by Roberto F. Ciccotelli
Directed by Tim Jackson
2 either

•This satirical comedy attacks the conventions and expectations of manydrama competitions and festivals. With allusions to Samuel Beckett'sWaiting for Godot, this play illuminates two inept and apathetic actorson stage trying to accomplish all of the elements of great drama whileremaining on stage for the required 15 minute minimum that theirtheatre competition requires. Two actors, one seasoned professional andthe other an inexperienced amateur, begin the play by performing someof the basic elements of an outstanding theatrical performance, such asconflict, love, pacing, space use, prop use, symbolism and metaphor.The amateur does all he can to keep up with the professional, but inthe end, the Stage Manager enters and tells them that their 15 minutesare up. Neither actor leaves though, hoping to impress the adjudicatorsby their thespian stamina


Selected Abbot and Costello Routines
Directed by Tim Jackson
2 either


The Whole Shebang by Rich Orloff
Directed by Chris Rovers
1 female, 1 male, 4 either

•This play asks the question, "What if the entire universe was just somenerd's science project?" In a classroom in a dimension far beyond ours,a student striving for a "Master of the Universe" degree gives an oralpresentation on an unusual thesis -- the creation of the heavens andthe earth. Two professors and a dean interrogate the student and histwo visual aids, a "typical" man and woman


3 by Michael Kearns
Directed by Adam Sanderson
3 females, 10 males

Performance Dates: Jan 31 to Feb 2, 2008.
Atthe audition check-ins, KWLT is also recruiting backstage help for theJanuary One Act Play Weekend. If you are interested in helping outbackstage, please sign up at auditions (auditions for backstage helpare not required).

For more information contact KWLT Executive Producer Mike Kearns at ep@kwlt.org
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Signal boosting for [livejournal.com profile] oldgrover - original posting here


AUDITIONS & PRODUCTION CALL
Dates / Times & Location:
Mon Nov 19, 7pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 334
Tue Nov 20, 7pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 334
Wed Nov 21, 7pm - 9pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 336

Callbacks:
Wed Nov 21, 9pm - 10pm University of Waterloo Hagey Hall, Room 336

How:
Audition pieces welcome but not necessary. Come in comfortable clothes.

The One Act Play Weekend will present the following:
Fifteen Minute Minimum by Roberto F. Ciccotelli
Directed by Tim Jackson
2 either

• This satirical comedy attacks the conventions and expectations of many drama competitions and festivals. With allusions to Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, this play illuminates two inept and apathetic actors on stage trying to accomplish all of the elements of great drama while remaining on stage for the required 15 minute minimum that their theatre competition requires. Two actors, one seasoned professional and the other an inexperienced amateur, begin the play by performing some of the basic elements of an outstanding theatrical performance, such as conflict, love, pacing, space use, prop use, symbolism and metaphor. The amateur does all he can to keep up with the professional, but in the end, the Stage Manager enters and tells them that their 15 minutes are up. Neither actor leaves though, hoping to impress the adjudicators by their thespian stamina


Selected Abbot and Costello Routines
Directed by Tim Jackson
2 either


The Whole Shebang by Rich Orloff
Directed by Chris Rovers
1 female, 1 male, 4 either

• This play asks the question, "What if the entire universe was just some nerd's science project?" In a classroom in a dimension far beyond ours, a student striving for a "Master of the Universe" degree gives an oral presentation on an unusual thesis -- the creation of the heavens and the earth. Two professors and a dean interrogate the student and his two visual aids, a "typical" man and woman


3 by Michael Kearns
Directed by Adam Sanderson
3 females, 10 males

Performance Dates: Jan 31 to Feb 2, 2008.
At the audition check-ins, KWLT is also recruiting backstage help for the January One Act Play Weekend. If you are interested in helping out backstage, please sign up at auditions (auditions for backstage help are not required).

For more information contact KWLT Executive Producer Mike Kearns at ep@kwlt.org
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Mrs. Bob)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS AND PRODUCTION CALL

What: Mrs. Bob Crachit's Wild Christmas Binge, by Christopher Durang

Where: University of Waterloo, Hagey Hall, HH 334

When: September 17-19, 7pm-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we will hold call-backs Saturday, September 22. Auditions are held in a first come, first serve fashion.

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The cast has a wide range of ages, from older children to older adults.

How: Acting audition pieces welcome but not necessary. Please bring one prepared song, and be prepared to "cold sing" a seasonal song. Come in comfortable clothes. If you bring a CD to accompany you, please ensure it has no lyrics on it (just instrumental, please!)


When the Ghost of Christmas Past attempts to teach Scrooge the meaning of Christmas, her magic misfires sending them to the Cratchit's pathetic home time and time and again. Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens tale, takes center stage here. No longer content with their family's suffering ways, Mrs. Bob has had enough and begins to take matters into her own hands. As the Ghost loses more control and the plot morphs into other various Christmas stories,
confusion leads to a climatic and bizarre denouement.

Did we also mention it's part musical?

KWLT proudly presents this bizarre send-up of the classic Dickens' tale.

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Performances Dates: November 29th, 30th, December 1st, 6th-8th. All shows 8pm.

For more information, please contact: [livejournal.com profile] robsgoatfarm, Director, rob dot legood at gmail dot com or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour at gmail dot com
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Mrs. Bob)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS AND PRODUCTION CALL

What: Mrs. Bob Crachit's Wild Christmas Binge, by Christopher Durang

Where: University of Waterloo, Hagey Hall, HH 334

When: September 17-19, 7pm-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we will hold call-backs Saturday, September 22. Auditions are held in a first come, first serve fashion.

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The cast has a wide range of ages, from older children to older adults.

How: Acting audition pieces welcome but not necessary. Please bring one prepared song, and be prepared to "cold sing" a seasonal song. Come in comfortable clothes. If you bring a CD to accompany you, please ensure it has no lyrics on it (just instrumental, please!)


When the Ghost of Christmas Past attempts to teach Scrooge the meaning of Christmas, her magic misfires sending them to the Cratchit's pathetic home time and time and again. Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens tale, takes center stage here. No longer content with their family's suffering ways, Mrs. Bob has had enough and begins to take matters into her own hands. As the Ghost loses more control and the plot morphs into other various Christmas stories,
confusion leads to a climatic and bizarre denouement.

Did we also mention it's part musical?

KWLT proudly presents this bizarre send-up of the classic Dickens' tale.

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Performances Dates: November 29th, 30th, December 1st, 6th-8th. All shows 8pm.

For more information, please contact: [livejournal.com profile] robsgoatfarm, Director, rob dot legood at gmail dot com or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour at gmail dot com
the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Theatre)
I'm going down for the One Act auditions tonight.

Need to figure out what I want to bring as an audition piece.

Funny or tough (as in difficult, not as in personality)?

Hmm.
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the_nita: usual shot when I'm directing - since I'm *not* looking at actors, I must be working on the script. (Mrs. Bob)
KWLT would like to announce

AUDITIONS AND PRODUCTION CALL

What: Mrs. Bob Crachit's Wild Christmas Binge, by Christopher Durang

Where: University of Waterloo, Hagey Hall, HH 334

When: September 17-19, 7pm-10pm

You do not need to show up each night, however we will hold call-backs Saturday, September 22.

Who: We are looking for Actors, Technicians, and Production staff (publicity, front of house, and general production). The cast has a wide range of ages, from older children to older adults.

How: Acting audition pieces welcome but not necessary. Please bring one prepared song, and be prepared to "cold sing" a seasonal song. Come in comfortable clothes.


When the Ghost of Christmas Past attempts to teach Scrooge the meaning of Christmas, her magic misfires sending them to the Cratchit's pathetic home time and time and again. Mrs. Bob Cratchit, a minor character in the Dickens tale, takes center stage here. No longer content with their family's suffering ways, Mrs. Bob has had enough and begins to take matters into her own hands. As the Ghost loses more control and the plot morphs into other various Christmas stories,
confusion leads to a climatic and bizarre denouement.

Did we also mention it's part musical?

KWLT proudly presents this bizarre send-up of the classic Dickens' tale.

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service

Performances Dates: November 29th, 30th, December 1st, 6th-8th. All shows 8pm.

For more information, please contact: [livejournal.com profile] robsgoatfarm, Director,
rob dot legood at gmail dot com or [livejournal.com profile] the_nita, Producer, akilgour at gmail dot com

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