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Workshop Production

Directed by Andrew Ritchie
Presented as Ritchie’s MFA thesis production

CASTING
Host (Any Age) In the play and in the audience’s world.
Solomon (20 – 30s) Remembers everything that happens to him. Has synesthesia.
July (20-30s) Connected to Solomon always. Close relationship to Solomon
Francis (30-40s) Doctor researching Solomon. Invested in Solomon.
Jack (60s) Solomon’s grandfather, enjoys telling stories. Loves his grandson
Morris (40-50) A razor sharp businessman. Solomon’s boss

DATES
Fall Workshop: November 2 – November 23, 2016 (Part-time 3X/week)

Rehearsals: February 28 – April 19, 2017 (Part-time)

Performance Run: April 20 – 23, 2017

Auditions on Saturday October 29 & Sunday October 30, 2016

SYNOPSIS
Inspired by Solomon Veniaminovich Shereshevsky and the book The Mind of A Mnemonist by Alexander Luria. The play is an experiential manifestation of Solomon’s world. Everyone is always there. Everything happens at once. And in one moment. It is a fast paced exploration about memory, the senses and ultimately how we experience the world around us. What happens when we remember everything that has ever happened to us?
This is a workshop production and Ritchie’s thesis production as part of his MFA in Theatre Directing/Creation at York University. This will be the inaugural production of you are here Theatre, the contemporary offshoot of the Alberta based Thou Art Here Theatre (www.thouartheretheatre.com).

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume, headshot to Andrew Ritchie, Director
andrewowensritchie@gmail.com
Subject Heading: Still, Still, Still Audition- Name.
Successful audition applicants will be asked to prepare one contemporary monologue and sides from the show will be provided.
Auditions to be held at York University Keele Campus in Atkinson College (Room ATK 102e).

*This is an Equity Collective Artist Policy production and will see equity and non-equity members.

Posted by: you are here Theatre in association with York AMPD

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