Audition Info

CIRCUS OLYMPUS & DRAMAFEST AUDITIONS:

Friday, February 21 (2:30 - 5:00)

in The Cave

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Audition Monologues

Circus Auditions.pdf

DRAMAFEST ONE-ACT INFORMATION

21 Chump Street - directed by Allyson McKeever & Kathryn Gilbride

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Boy - directed by Zoe Necowitz

Inspired by a true story, BOY explores the complicated terrain of trying to find love in a new body, and the inextricable bonds between doctor and patient. In the 1960s, a well-intentioned doctor convinces the parents of a male infant to raise their son as a girl after a terrible accident.

Declaration - directed by Zach Holzberg

A group of students get up in the morning, jumping into the expected cycle of every school day--but today, the school they go to is part of a larger, terrifying cycle of mass shootings. In a series of connected scenes and monologues that occur before, during, and after the event, young people of all stripes piece together what is happening and why. Some students reach out to loved ones, while others help each other through panic. Some imagine their futures--if they live to see them--and some piece together what has happened in the frantic moments afterwards. With fire, humor, and power, Declaration gives students a voice to ask whether the promise of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" can be fulfilled, crouched behind a barricaded classroom door.

All of You - directed by Sydney Gilmore

College sophomore and chemistry student Erin thinks she has mastered her Hyperthymesia, a rare neurological condition in which a person can remember every detail of their life. That is, until unexpected news causes a long-repressed trauma to come flooding back. Unable to stop reliving her past, Erin sets out to manufacture an escapeā€“in the lab. But if she succeeds, could the cure be worse than the disease? In its highly theatrical world of memories, micronations and chemical reactions, All of You contemplates whether escaping the pain of losing the ones you love is worth losing them entirely.