Hart House Theatre is now accepting submissions for HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH
Book by John Cameron Mitchell
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask
Directed by Rebecca Ballarin
Music Direction by Giustin MacLean
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - early submissions are encouraged.
Non-union (ACTRA or Equity), Non-paying
Those contacted for auditions will be seen the week of July 4, with callbacks on July 8 and 9. Only those contacted for an audition will be seen. Performance run: September 22-October 7, 2017
Please send headshots, resumes and character(s) for which you wish to be seen to email@example.com.
Artists of all ethnic, cultural, sexual and gender identities are strongly encouraged to submit. In particular, we encourage submissions from those who identify as trans, non-binary, gender fluid and/or 2-spirited.
Actors are asked to prepare one contemporary monologue (max. 2 minutes) and be prepared from some improvisation. Candidates should be prepared to show some proficiency with accents - German (Hedwig), Eastern European (Yitzhak). In addition, actors are asked to prepare two contemporary pieces (approximately 1-2 minutes per piece) in the rock/pop vein. These do not need to be from the musical theatre canon. Please ensure that one piece is a ballad and the other an up-tempo piece. Actors are expected to bring sheet music for their song and an accompanist will be provided. A capella auditions are strongly discouraged.
It is recommended that actors familiarize themselves with the characters and material in the play.
ABOUT THE PLAY:
Winner of several awards and international acclaim, this musical transforms the theatre into a wild, sexually charged punk rock show. Hedwig, our transgendered superstar, leads the band and shares its story in a delightfully raunchy way. Known for its titillating material, Hedwig and the Angry Inch tells a tale of love and bittersweet regret through the eyes of those who live on the fringe of society. WARNING: Coarse language, mature themes and sexually explicit scenes
ABOUT THE THEATRE:
Established in 1919, Hart House Theatre is the University of Toronto's Performing Arts Leader. Since its inception, the theatre's unique mix of young professionals, alumni and students has garnered the theatre a reputation as a cultural destination for not only the community of U of T but also the city
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