UW Theatre Laboratory Project Auditions (Fall 22)
About the project and the company
The University of Washington’s MFA directing program is holding an open audition for a laboratory presentation of a new work to be collaboratively developed this autumn.
The piece will be about the many seances conducted by famed 19th century author Victor Hugo, his attempts to speak with the dead, and the fragility of his familial connections. Actors involved in this project will be expected to do some collaborative script development in addition to performing.
The project will start rehearsals the first week of October and will present the in-progress work during the first weekend of November. Rehearsals will be Monday-Thursday 6:30pm-10pm, and Saturdays 10am-1pm.
Location of Audition
University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall, Room 202
Campus Map (Hutchinson Hall): https://www.uw.edu/maps/?hut
On-Campus Visitor Parking: https://transportation.uw.edu/park/visitor
Group auditions will be held on 9/28 and 9/29 (see more information below). Please come prepared to improvise, play, and experiment with fellow performers using provided text. Actors of all genders, especially in the 30+ age range, are encouraged to attend this call. This project is unpaid. Auditions will take place on Wednesday 9/28 from 6:30pm-8pm, and again on Thursday 9/29 from 6:30pm-8pm at University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall 202. If you are interested in auditioning, please reach out directly to director Amanda Rountree at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which audition date you would like to sign up for. You will be contacted with confirmation of your audition time and additional information.
Preferred method of submission
9/28 (6:30p-8p) & 9/29 (6:30p-8p)
Please email email@example.com to sign up for an audition time.