Pure Carbon and Crave Collective present Sarah Kane’s Crave at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival
WHO WE ARE
Pure Carbon is a creative partnership formed by playwright/director Alex Kentris and playwright/director/deviser Katy Murphy. Our goal is to create visceral theatre that deals with strong characters, high stakes and intense emotions; a theatre that supersedes the everyday; a theatre without fear. Our theatre events range from fully mounted shows, to cabarets and parties, to our experiment series of workshop style productions.
Crave uses non-linear, poetic text. The author does not provide context, stage directions or descriptions of characters and interpretation is left entirely up to the company. Four different bodies occupying one life - the voices describe their desires, remember losses in the past, and question their future in the face of their psychological damage.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR
We’re looking for artists who are comfortable with movement and devising in a collaborative setting. We are casting all four roles. Artists of all ages, genders, ethnic and cultural identities are encouraged to submit. Equity and Non-Equity members welcome to audition.
ABOUT THE SHOW
This is a profit-share opportunity. The show runs July 4th-15th, 2018 as a part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. Rehearsals will take place twice a week beginning in May (Sunday evenings and 1 variable weekday morning).
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a headshot and resume, and indicate your preferred audition date.
Wednesday, March 28th 6pm-9pm at Dancemakers
Thursday, March 29th 6pm-9pm at Dancemakers
Callbacks will be held Sunday, April 8th 6pm-9pm at Dancemakers.
For your audition please prepare the following:
1). 2 minute contemporary dramatic monologue
2.) 2 minute movement piece inspired by a selection from T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (selections will be sent out when audition time is confirmed.)
If possible please read the play in advance. The play is available to read at the Toronto Reference Library at the 5th floor arts desk.
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For more information: http://www.purecarbon.ca