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Shakespeare in Delaware Park Announces Auditions for A Young Boy in 2017 summer production of MACBETH
SHAKESPEARE IN DELAWARE PARK 2017 AUDITIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
April 18, 2017
Lisa Ludwig 716-856-4533
Shakespeare in Delaware Park Announces Auditions for
A Young Boy in 2017 summer production of MACBETH
Monday May 1st— 5pm (at SDP office 3860 Main Street (Clare Music Hall) Bflo NY 14226)
AUDITIONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Shakespeare in Delaware Park is looking for a young boy who can play between the age of 6 to 10 years old, for the role of the McDuff child, in this summer’s production of Macbeth. The show will run July 27th through August 20th (Tuesdays through Sundays at 7:30pm) To arrange an audition appointment, please call (716) 856-4533 between the hours of 9 and 4 Monday through Friday by April 28th.
Auditions will be held at the SDP office: 3860 Main Street (Clare Music Hall) Bflo. NY 14226 on Monday May 1st at 5pm– boys will be required to read from the script. Audition sides are available upon request.
2017-42nd Season productions include:
Merry Wives of Windsor (all female cast), June 22nd through July 16th – Directed by Eileen Dugan
Macbeth, July 27th through August 20th – Directed by Saul Elkin
For more information or an audition appointment please call 856-4533 or visit shakespeareindelawarepark.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Lisa Ludwig or Tracy Snyder, 856-4533
March 16, 2017
Shakespeare in Delaware Park Announces Shakespearience Interviews
Interviews for SHAKESPEARIENCE, (Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s high school apprentice program) are scheduled to be held on: April 22, 2017
9am to 12pm at Sacred Heart Academy -3860 Main Street
CALL 856-4533 by April 7th for an appointment
Session I: The MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR will run from: June 17 to July 16
Session II: MACBETH will run from: July 22 to August 20
This season’s productions are:
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, directed by Eileen Dugan- June 22– July 16
MACBETH, directed by Saul Elkin- July 27 – August 20
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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Dec. 14, 2016 Lisa Ludwig 716-856-4533
Shakespeare in Delaware Park, Inc. Announces 2017 Season Auditions
Auditions for Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s 42nd season will be held on
February 11, 12 and 13
Saturday February 11th 9am to 1pm OPEN CALL
Sunday February 12th 9am to 1pm CALL BACKS
Monday February 13th 5pm to 9pm CALL BACKS
Auditions will be held at:
BUFFALO ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
3860 Main Street (CLARE MUSIC HALL BUILDING)
Buffalo, NY 14226
OPEN CALL AUDITIONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Everyone interested in being considered for the 2017 season must make an audition appointment. All Ethnicities are encouraged to audition. To arrange an appointment, please call;
(716) 856-4533, ON or AFTER January 30th 2017
(NO audition appointments will be accepted before January 30th).
2017 summer productions include:
MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (ALL FEMALE CAST) –June 22ND through July 16TH , Directed by Eileen Dugan
MACBETH—July 27th through August 20th, Directed by Saul Elkin
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. ALL other roles are open. All Ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
Contact Lisa Ludwig 856-4533
Photos upon request
SHAKESPEARE IN DELAWARE PARK
June 23, 2016, 2016 Buffalo, NY … Shakespeare in Delaware Park (SDP) will be cutting the ribbon and debuting their brand new stage TONIGHT on the opening night of their 41st season of free professional outdoor theater. This summer season will celebrate the success of their 1.2 million dollar capital campaign for the new stage. The ribbon cutting for the new stage will take place at 7:15pm right before the actors take their places for the evening’s performance of THE WINTER’S TALE which will begin at 7:30pm
It is interesting to note that THE WINTER’S TALE was SDP’s very first production in 1976 and will now be the first production on the brand new stage in 2016! Founder and Artistic Director Saul Elkin directs, Matt Witten, Patrick Moltane, Jenn Stafford, Lisa Vitrano and Tom Loughlin in this production known as one of Shakespeare’s late romances. The crowd pleasing THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, will be the second offering of the summer featuring Chris Hatch, Bonnie Jean Taylor, Rolando Gomez and Norm Sham directed by Steve Vaughan. The courtship of Petruchio and Kate hits the stage on July 28th.
Shakespeare in Delaware Park reaches over 40,000 audience members each season and is excited to be celebrating 41 incredible years of high-quality professional theatre. SDP is proud to remain as one of the largest FREE outdoor Shakespeare festivals in the county. THE WINTER’S TALE runs June 23rd – July 17th with TAMING OF THE SHREW on stage July 28th –August 21st. Performances are held every evening (except Mondays) at 7:30 p.m. Shows take place on Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park, next to Hoyt Lake behind the Rose Garden, off Lincoln Parkway near the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
To purchase tickets for the opening night reception or for further information about SDP please visit www.shakespeareindelawarepark.org or by calling (716) 856-4533. Or like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/shakespeareindelawarepark. See you on the hill.
Pictured: Matt Witten as Leontes and Scot Kaitanowski as Leontes Aide in THE WINTER’S TALE, running June 23-July 17, 2016. Photography by Scinta Photography