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Deadline: August 8, 2019

Hart House Theatre is now accepting submissions for
PORTIA’S JULIUS CAESAR
By Kaitlyn Riordan
Inspired by and adapted from the works of William Shakespeare
Directed by Eva Barrie

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
Thursday, August 8, 2019 - early submissions are encouraged.
Non-union (ACTRA or Equity), Non-paying
Those contacted for auditions will be seen the week beginning August 11, with callbacks taking place the week of August 26. Only those contacted for an audition will be seen.

Performance run: November 15 – 30, 2019
Rehearsals will take place Tuesday - Thursday evening, and Sunday full day, beginning September 29.

Please send headshots, resumes to auditions@harthousetheatre.ca. Be sure to include PJC SUBMISSION in your email subject line.

The creative team behind Portia's Julius Caesar is committed to decolonizing the classical canon and bringing marginalized voices to the centre. Therefore, BIPOC artists will be prioritized. Artists of all ethnic, cultural, sexual and gender identities are strongly encouraged to submit.

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:
Actors are asked to please prepare two (2) Shakespearean monologues, each less than 90 seconds. Actors should be prepared to receive re-direction.
It is recommended that actors familiarize themselves with the characters and material in the play. A character breakdown can be found online at harthousetheatre.ca

ABOUT THE PLAY:
Named one of the top shows of 2018 by the Toronto Star after its summer premiere, Portia’s Julius Caesar is an unapologetically feminist take on Shakespeare’s classic account of political upheaval. Through the eyes of a Roman wife, Portia’s Julius Caesar uses a mix of new words and the rich poetry from over 20 of Shakespeare’s works to explore the role of women in classic story-telling, ancient Roman society and politics.

ABOUT THE THEATRE:
Since 1919, Hart House Theatre has engaged a broad array of communities in the passion, vibrancy and immediacy of theatrical performance as artists, learners, volunteers and audience members.
Through authentic artistic partnerships that enhance inclusion, pluralism and representation, Hart House Theatre focuses on the development, training and showcase of youth and emerging artists seeking to create innovative opportunities for expression and exploration. It also facilitates audience engagement with shows and programs that inspire thought, laughter and joyous applause.

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