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January 12, 2015
Shakespeare in Delaware Park, Inc. Announces 2015 Season Auditions
Auditions for Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s 40th season will be held on
February 14, 15, and 16
Saturday February 14th 9am to 2pm OPEN CALL
Sunday February 15th 9am to 1pm CALL BACKS
Monday February 16th 5pm to 9pm CALL BACKS
Auditions will be held at The Market Arcade Building –617 Main Street Buffalo 14203 (this is NOT the Market Arcade “Movie” Complex)
OPEN CALL AUDITIONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Everyone interested in being considered for the 2015 season must make an audition appointment. To arrange an appointment, please call (716) 856-4533, on or after February 2nd (NO audition appointments will be accepted before February 2nd).
This year’s productions include:
ROMEO AND JULIET –June 18th through July 13th –Directed by Tom Loughlin
Actors should prepare one memorized, Shakespearean monologue, not to exceed 2 minutes. If you have played a “principal role” for Shakespeare in Delaware Park in the past you do not need to prepare a monologue, you may call to see if you are needed for a call back audition appointment. All Actors are requested to bring a resume/career bio and a head shot to the audition. Please note the roles of The Friar, Viola and Toby Belch have been cast. ALL other roles are open
Interviews for SHAKESPEARIENCE, (Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s high school apprentice program) are scheduled to be held on: April 25th from 11-2pm
CALL 856-4533 by April 17th for an appointment
Session I : ROMEO and JULIET will run from: June 13 to July 12
Session II : TWELFTH NIGHT will run from: July 18 to August 16
This season’s productions are:
ROMEO AND JULIET directed by Tom Loughlin- June 18– July 12
12th NIGHT (all male cast) directed by Steve Vaughan- July 24 – August 17
SHAKESPEARIENCE is open to area high school students; this program is designed to provide in-depth theatrical experience with theatre professionals. Each session runs for five weeks, beginning the week prior to regularly scheduled SDP performances. In addition to attending theatre classes (Tuesday-Friday 1:30-4:30) students will gain hands-on experience in an SDP professional production as part of the technical crew and will perform on the main stage (the final Friday of the session) in a student performance, preshow to the SDP season production. Applicants will be required to participate in an enrollment interview and prepare a short Shakespeare Monologue/ Sonnet.
Tuition is $400 per five-week session. Scholarships are available.
APPLICANTS MUST CALL FOR AN INTERVIEW APPOINTMENT AND PREPARE A SHORT SHAKESPEARE MONOLOGUE OR SONNET. NO INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON A WALK IN BASIS.
For an appointment or further information call 856-4533.