This theatre series is student-produced and provides opportunities in writing, directing, design, performance, and technical theatre.
STUDENT LAB AUDITIONS FOR
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
by Bert V. Royal
Directed by Sophie Wood
Presented in the Vassiliadis Family Black Box Theatre,
Camino Hall 131, March 12-15, 2015
An "unauthorized parody" reinvents the characters from the Peanuts as high school students wrestling with identity, rebellion, and purpose in a poignant dark comedy. 4M, 4W.
Auditions: Thursday, December 4th, 12:30-2:00 and 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Callbacks: on Friday, December 5th, 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Sign up to audition starting November 17th on the Theatre Arts Callboard next to the Theatre Office (C163) in Camino Hall.
Mature Content & Themes. Please read the play prior to auditions; a copy of the script is in the Theatre Arts office available for check out.
1. Read the play and sign up to audition as outlined above
2. Prepare one of the provided monologues, available when you sign up to audition. Make choices (memorization not required)
3. Arrive at least 10 minutes before your audition slot in order to fill out an audition form
Student Lab is a theatre series that provides students opportunities in directing, producing, design, performance, and technical theatre.
If you have conflicts with the audition or callback times, are interested in design or tech, or have any questions, please contact:
Sophie Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org
March 12-15, 2015
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V. Royal
An "unauthorized parody" reinvents the characters from the Peanuts as high school students wrestling with identity, rebellion, and purpose in a poignant dark comedy
Details to follow later.
Open auditions in spring for Twelve Angry Women.
Check back for more information in December.
The three audition forms are:
All three here: Complete the three required auditions forms.
Sign up for an audition time on the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies Callboard outside of Camino 163, by the vending machines.
Please arrive fifteen minutes prior to your scheduled audition time.
Conflicts (such as evening classes) must be listed on audition forms and will be taken into account during casting. Depending on your role, the commitment could be 1-6 days per week, 1-4 hours per day/night during the week, 1-5 hours on weekends. Rehearsals will be evenings Monday through Friday 6-10 PM, and Saturday 12-5 pm. Sunday will be a day off. Obviously, you must not have any conflicts during the performance dates of the fall productions, and no conflicts during tech week preferred. All actors are required to participate in strike as scheduled. You will be required to register for a Theatre Arts and Performance Studies practicum credit if you are cast.
If you wish to participate in another way other than through performance, please complete the Tech Interest Sheet and send to Nate Parde, Production Manager, in Camino 163. Click here for the Technical Theatre Interest Sheet.
This audition guide will provide you with 10 Quick Steps to a Successful Audition.
NOTE: Theatre Arts and Performance Studies practicum credits may no longer be deferred to another semester.