It's election season, and speculation is high about which of the candidates for the top office in the country will get the job. None of them seem particularly qualified, and everyone's sense of security is on edge after the recent change in leadership. Peace just might be happening when an ugly outsider with a grudge to avenge decides to toss their hat in the ring, and quickly national politics are drenched in a level of deceit, trickery, and murder not seen in years.
Interested? Come audition for Shakesp
eare on the Green's production of Richard III, one of Shakespeare's most beloved plays, and show us how persuasive you can be. Villainy hasn't been this fun since 1485.
IMPORTANT: All casting will be gender-neutral. We are looking for individuals of all types with opinions and ideas on politics, charm, the media, dysfunctional families, war, and control. Anybody can play anybody. Show us what you've got.
Auditions will be:
Sunday, September 9th, 2. P.M.-5 P.M, at Wilson 103.
Monday, September 10th, 6 P.M.-9 P.M. at Faunce Memorial Room.
with callbacks Tuesday.
Sides will be provided, no preparation necessary. Show goes up Family Weekend, October 18th-21st. Directed by Emma Brandt '14.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for a great season! The Fall 2012 production of Richard III will hold auditions in September. Stay tuned!
Auditions for Twelfth Night will be held Wednesday, April 11 from 3-7 and Thursday, April 12 from 7-10 in Wilson 101. Callbacks will be Friday, April 13. No preparation or experience is necessary, and auditions materials will be provided.
We are currently accepting applications to direct our fall show and to join the board. Both applications are due April 25; contact us at email@example.com for an application.
Auditions for Variable Passions will be held Sunday, March 11 from 3-7 PM in Wilson 102 and Monday, March 12 from 7-11 PM in Wilson 106. No preparation or experience is necessary, and audition materials will be provided.
Auditions for Twelfth Night will be announced in April.
SotG invites you to come and see The Roaring Girl, a rip-roaring raucously farcical good time directed by William Barnet '12 in the Granoff Center for the Arts, Studio 1. Performances are Friday 2/24 at 8pm, Saturday 2/25 at 1 pm and 8 pm, and Sunday 2/26 at 1 pm! Admission is free.
SotG wants you to propose to direct for the final two productions of the year: the April (Spring) Show and the Commencement Show (presented during Commencement Week). E-mail us for an application!
SotG is proud to announce the third show of the 2011-2012 season: The Roaring Girl by Thomas Dekker & Thomas Middleton, directed by Will Barnet '12. TRG will be performed in the Granoff Center for the Arts at the end of February 2012. Anyone interested in joining the product team should contact us at shakespeare.brown at gmail.com.