The Classical Theatre Project is one of Canada's leading producers of classical theatre for youth.
Since its founding in 2001 as a teen-focused company, this multi Dora Award nominated organization as expended its reach to engage, inspire, and entertain close to one million people across North America. The Classical Theatre Project performs every year to over 50,000 students in Toronto.
Audition date: Sept 21, 2017
Casting person in attendance: Jeremy Hutton
Deadline to submit: Sept 19, 2017 PLEASE NOTE – auditions will be booked as qualified applications are received, and space is limited.
Email applications to: email@example.com
Please include a headshot and resume in PDF format.
Engager website: www.thectp.ca
All roles are non-Equity, paid positions.
Those asked to audition will be required to prepare a short comedic monologue by William Shakespeare, and a short comedic song (a capella). No rock and roll, please.
We thank everyone for their application, however, only those asked to audition will be contacted.
Ethno-cultural mandate or ethno-cultural casting statement: We believe that students of all backgrounds can recognize themselves and their world in Shakespeare's plays, and that the diversity among students in the Greater Toronto Area should be reflected in our acting company.
by William Shakespeare
Five actors who must be able to sing and dance
VIOLA / SEBASTIAN A young woman and her twin brother.
OLIVIA / MARIA a beautiful countess and her vivacious gentlewoman
ORSINO / FEST the romantically inclined Duke of Illyria and the fool. MUST BE ABLE TO PLAY PIANO WELL. This role doubles with Complete Works of William Shakespeare (see posting below).
SIR ANDREW / MALVOLIO: A foppish knight and the up-tight steward of Olivia’s household. This role doubles with Complete Works of William Shakespeare (see posting below).
SIR TOBY / SEA CAPTAIN / ANTONIO: Olivia’s drunken uncle, a sea captain, and sailor who dedicates himself to Sebastian’s care. This role doubles with Complete Works of William Shakespeare (see posting below).
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield.
Three versatile comedic actors. These actors will double with the three male parts in Twelfth Night.
Posted by: The Classical Theatre Project
For more information: https://thectp.ca