Cast, Crew, Design, and Dramaturgy for Workshop You Don’t Deserve to Die

 

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*******Students, please email stonethr@uwgb.edu to indicate acceptance of your position / role.

Playwright: Art Kopischke

Director: Rebecca Stone Thornberry

Stage Manager: Breana Malueg

Cast: (actors should also plan to serve as stage crew)

Freddie—Mason Amidon

Lily—- Olivia Smith

D—-Paul Kobylorz

Cam—-McKenzie Thompson

Debra—Grace Bedell

Malachi—Donovan Cote

Puppets:

Deer / Stage Directions–Alax Stylinson

Potato—Donovan Cote

Playboy Bunny—Haylee Martinson

Dramaturgy: Grace Bedell

Scenic Design: Breana Malueg, Brandon Otten, McKenzie Thompson

Design: Katie Fritz (area TBD)

Costume Design: TBD

Lighting Design: TBD

Sound Design: TBD

Props: TBD

Light Board Operator: TBD

Sound Board Operator: TBD

SPRING 2023 CAST LISTS

DANCEWORKS

Can’t Touch This   Wed. 5:00- 7:30 p.m.                

      • Jasmine Christyne – MC Hammer
      • Nox Brewer
      • Alex Smith
      • Autumn Rettke
      • Aubrey Stein
      • Mickey Wirtz
      • Audrey Soberg
      • Analiese Gagnon
      • Bridgette Leichey
      • Emily Balfe
      • Gracie Moffett
      • Medline Perry
      • Kendra Gruszynski

Astronaut In The Ocean    Tues. 5:00 – 8:00 p.m

      • Emily Balfe
      • Autumn Rettke
      • McKenna Bisch
      • Taylin St. Mary
      • Mickey Wirtz
      • Audrey Soberg
      • Gracie Moffett
      • Analiese Gagnon
      • Bridgette Leichey
      • Kendra Gruszynski
      • Nox Brewer
      • Jasmine Christyne

Architect of the Mind    Thurs. 5:00-8:00pm

      • Taylin St. Mary – The Mind
      • McKenna Bisch
      • Nox Brewer
      • Madeline Perry
      • Laura Ledvina
      • Emily Balfe
      • Gracie Moffett
      • Kendra Gruszynski
      • Jasmine Christyne

Applause  Thurs.1:30–1:50 & Thurs. 4:00-5:00 p.m.                                                                                                                  Tues.  1:30–1:50 (after Modern I)

      • Jasmine Christyne
      • Autumn Rettke
      • Emily Balfe
      • Taylin St. Mary
      • McKenna Bisch
      • Kendra Gruszynski
      • Gracie Moffett
      • Bridgette Leichey
      • Analiese Gagnon
      • Mickey Wirtz
      • Nox Brewer
      • Aubrey Stein
      • Madeline Perry
      • Alaina Theis

As It Was – Tap  Wed. 11:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

      • Laura L
      • Autumn R
      • Alex S
      • MacKenna
Rhythm Tap – W 11:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

I will teach the tap dance at this time for the first 3 weeks, then hold an audition to cast the piece and begin rehearsals.

Born This Way – Finale Anyone who is in a faculty or student piece can be in the finale.  If you don’t want to learn the dance, you will come in out to bow at the end of this piece.  Please let me know how much you want to participate a.s.a.p. (dance or just bow) Rehearsal Sat. 2/18 12:00 – 6:00 p.m. AND Rehearsal Sun 2/19 12:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Thank you to all who auditioned!!!

Denise Carlson-Gardner, Artistic Director, DanceWorks

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She Kills Monsters – Cast List

I was truly astonished by the passion, preparation and insightful and funny work you all brought. Thank you for making this such a joyful experience and providing me a dizzying task. I’ll be happy to discuss your audition experiences with everyone who auditioned. 

–Alan

AGNES………………………………………………………….. Alexandra Smith

TILLY ………………………………………………………………. Audrey Soberg

CHUCK ………………………………………………………………… Sam Lownik

MILES ………………………………………………………. Preston McKinnies

VERA ………………………………………………………………………. Katie Fritz

LILITH ……………………………………………………… Jasmine Christyne

ORCUS …………………………………………………………….. Tyrus Cretens

KALLIOPE ………………………………………………………….. Nox Brewer

NARRATOR ………………………………………………………… Mia Bolyard

GABBI/TINA……………………………. Autumn Johnson, Jenny Witt

FARRAH THE FAERIE ……………………………… Kenny Thompson

STEVE ……………………………………………………………… Ty Witthuhn

MONSTER ENSEMBLE …………………………………………………. TBA

Congratulations to all who auditioned!

All cast members must enroll in THEATRE 336 before January 30th to avoid a late fee.

PLEASE NOTE: Monster roles have not yet been cast. If your name is not on this list, you may still be considered for a role in the monster ensemble.

To accept your role, please visit Theatre Hall 331 to pick up your script and sign the cast list. If you signed out a perusal script for auditions, please return it to TH331 ASAP.

Please keep an eye out for further information regarding rehearsals.

Congratulations again and thank you for participating in Spring Auditions!

AUDITION NOTICE – Spring 2023

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance welcomes ALL current UWGB students to participate in all aspects of production work. Theatre & Dance majors and minors are expected to work on at least one production each semester to further the techniques and methods being taught in their coursework.

Audition Schedule:

  • Monday, 11/28: DanceWorks Dancer Audition #1 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. TH 132 Dance Studio (Student Choreographer Audition for dancers immediately following)
  • Tuesday, 11/29 – 6-9pm: She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers edition Audition
  • Wednesday, 11/30 – 6-9pm: She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers edition 
  • Thursday, 12/1: DanceWorks Dancer Audition #2 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. TH132 Dance Studio (Student Choreography Audition for dancers immediately following)
  • Monday, 10/5, 5-7pm: Combat call for She Kills Monsters

 

SPRING 2023 PRODUCTION INFORMATION

PRODUCTION #1

DANCEWORKS

Production Dates: March 3-5, 2023

Artistic Direction by Denise Carlson-Gardner

DanceWorks Audition:

  • Monday, 11/28: DanceWorks Dancer Audition #1 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. TH 132 Dance Studio (Student Choreographer Audition for dancers immediately following)
  • Thursday, 12/1: DanceWorks Dancer Audition #2 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. TH132 Dance Studio (Student Choreography Audition for dancers immediately following)
  • Audition forms can be found on the Dance Callboard, the Theatre Callboard, or in Theatre Hall room 331
  • Come to the audition with a completed audition form listing your full schedule, availability, and conflicts for the spring semester.  There will also be a “J” term availability section.
      • Rehearsals will be held M-F 5:00 – 9:00 as well as various times during the day depending on the availability of those cast.  Please be thorough in listing your availability.
  • Come to the audition wearing proper dance clothing and shoes.
  • You do not have to prepare anything yourself but will be taught varying choreography combinations.
  • You do not need to attend both audition sessions but are welcome to do so if you want to think about the combinations taught and audition again.

Students who wish to audition their own choreography pieces should contact me.  The audition process for a student choreography piece is separate from the dancer auditions on 11/28 and 12/1.

Denise Carlson-GardnerArtistic Director, DanceWorks

 

PRODUCTION #2

SHE KILLS MONSTERS: Young Adventurers edition

By Qui Nguyen 

Production Dates: April 20-22 and April 26

Directed by Alan Kopiscke

NOTE: The performance on April 26 is part of the Stage Door Series at The Weidner; this is a matinee performance and will require those auditioning to commit to touring the production to the Weidner with rehearsals on April 24 & 25

UWGB Theatre Department’s 2023 Spring production of She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen is inviting all interested students, including theatre majors, minors, and non-majors, to audition for director Alan Kopischke on Nov 29 with callbacks on Nov 30 and a combat call on Dec 5.

Rehearsals for SHE KILLS MONSTERS will start with a table reading sometime in December (TBD) with one-on-one rehearsals in January/February, with full cast rehearsals beginning in early March.

Actors will be asked to read one or two of the provided SKM scenes & monologues (link below) and may also present a prepared monologue from any play.

            SKM Audition Monologue_Scene options by Character

Please note that there are multiple instances of intimacy, combat, and dance involved. Each character’s description will note whether that character engages in those activities. All characters are teen high schoolers. This is a queer-friendly play.

CHARACTERS

AGNES is a HS Senior mourning the death of her parents and younger sister. She is traditional and naive. She is average but trying to transcend that.

      • Intimacy – Agnes may share some modest moments of intimacy with boyfriend, Miles
      • Combat – Agnes engages in significant combat
      • Dance – Agnes engages in some dance

TILLY is mostly seen as her D&D avatar character, Tillius the Paladin, a total badass warrior, who is defiant and impatient. Tilly herself is an insecure nerdy teen, who is bullied for her sexuality.

      • Intimacy – Tillius shares a passionate kiss with Lilith
      • Combat – Tillius engages in significant combat

VERA is Agnes’ best friend, a snarky HS Senior who works at the Gap. Vera also appears as Vera the Beholder.

MILES is Agnes’ football jock boyfriend, emotionally awkward but sincere. Miles also appears as Miles the Doppelganger.

      • Intimacy – Miles may share some modest moments of intimacy with his girlfriend, Agnes
      • Combat – Miles engages in minimal combat

CHUCK is a HS First Year geekster, D&D Dungeon Master. He’s big for his age and worried that he’s fat.

LILITH is a D&D Demon Warrior, a perfect combination of beauty & brawn, the devil’s daughter. Violence makes her hot. In this world, she is Lily, who was Tilly’s best friend and has unresolved feelings about Tilly.

      • Intimacy – Lilith shares a passionate kiss with Tillius
      • Combat – Lilith engages in significant combat

KALIOPE is a lean, athletic dark elf lacking in emotional awareness. She’s in the mood for danger. In this world, she is Kelly, a shy girl who uses forearm crutches because she has cerebral palsy.

      • Combat – Kaliope engages in significant combat

ORCUS is an over-sized red demon, the former overlord of the underworld, who has tired of being attacked by so-called adventurers and now prefers to watch TV. In this world, he is Ronny, a normal, TV-obsessed teen.

      • Combat – Orcus engages in significant combat
      • Dance – Agnes engages in some dance

STEVE is an awkward, aspiring mage/warrior who repeatedly dies ignominiously in combat. In this world, Steve is an awkward teen.

      • Combat – Steve engages in some combat

NARRATOR/FARAH/EVIL GABBI/EVIL TINA are roles under consideration for doubling.

NARRATOR is channeling her best Cate Blanchett in actively and engagingly introducing us to key elements of our story. She powerfully commands our attention and then slips away.

FARAH is a beautiful, dancing, singing fairy who kicks ass.

              • Combat – Farah engages in significant combat

EVIL GABBI/EVIL TINA are mean, homophobic bully cheerleaders. In this world, Gabbi/Tina are much the same, but better at putting a pleasant face on that.

              • Combat – Evil Gabbi/Evil Tina engage in significant combat
              • Dance – Evil Gabbi/Evil Tina engage in some kick-ass dancing

Bugbears/Wraiths/Cavalcade of Monsters/Tiamat Puppeteers are non-speaking roles that will engage in some combat. There may be some doubling of these folks with the above 4 roles and/or as deck crew.

 

TO AUDITION:

  1. Come to Theatre Hall room 331 to sign up for a time on Tuesday, November 29. You will be able to sign up for a 10-minute slot during the audition window. Time slots are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  2. Download, complete, and print the UW-Green Bay Audition Form as well as the Intimacy Disclosure Form (below) – these forms will be used for both productions. Please read them carefully and fill out completely. Bring the forms to your audition. (Extra copies of the forms will be available at the audition and can be picked up in Theatre Hall room 331).

Audition-Form-UWGB-TnDv.11.19.22

Intimacy Disclosure Form

If you are interested in auditioning but are unable to attend the DanceWorks audition sessions or the She Kills Monsters audition on Nov. 29, please contact Dr. Thomas Campbell (campbelt@uwgb.edu) as soon as possible. Every effort will be made to schedule an alternative time.

Perusal Scripts for She Kills Monsters are available for 24-hour check-out in Theatre Hall 331. You are strongly encouraged to read the script prior to auditioning,

Cast Lists will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the UWGB Theatre and Dance Facebook page as soon as they become available.

Rehearsals for SHE KILLS MONSTERS will start with a table reading sometime in December (TBD) with one-on-one rehearsals in January/February, with full cast rehearsals beginning in early March.

Students cast in Theatre season productions are required to register for Theatre 336, Production Practicum: Performance, 1 cr.

 

 

CALLBACKS

UWGB Fall 2022 Auditions

Thursday Audition Information

Thank you to everyone who auditioned on Wednesday evening. Please read the information below very carefully and reach out ASAP with any questions.

THE EFFECT – CALLBACK LIST

GROUP A

Mia Bolyard

Nolan Falish

Caitlyn Hendricks

Kara Kaiser

Paul Kobylorz

Alexandra Smith

Olivia Smith

Mickey Wirtz

GROUP B

Nox Brewer

Katie Fritz

Benjamin Hansen

Samuel Lownik

Alyssa Mocadlo

Harmony Snellenberger

Ty Witthuhn

Olivia Zwerlein

If you are called back in Group A, please report to Jean Weidner Theatre by 6:30pm for your callback. If you are in Group B and would also like to be considered for the musical, please report to University Theatre by 6:30pm for Dance Auditions.

At 7:30pm, those in Group A who would also like to be seen for If/Then will report to University Theatre, and those in Group B will report to Jean Weidner Theatre.

Those called back for The Effect may be asked to stay after their group has auditioned. Please plan to remain available for the entirety of the evening if you are on the callback list.

IF/THEN – DANCE CALL

All actors wishing to be considered for If/Then must attend the Dance Audition.

If you are not called back for The Effect, please report to University Theatre at 6:30pm.

If you are called back for The Effect, please refer to the information above.

The callback list for If/Then will be distributed following the Dance Audition on Thursday evening.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Sera Shearer (shearers@uwgb.edu) ASAP.

FALL AUDITIONS, 2022

UW-GREEN BAY THEATRE & DANCE

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance welcomes ALL current UWGB students to participate in all aspects of production work.

FALL 2022 PRODUCTION INFORMATION

PRODUCTION #1

THE EFFECT

by Lucy Prebble

Production Dates: October 13-15, 21-22

Directed by Rebecca Stone Thornberry

Synopsis: Dr. Lorna James and Dr. Toby Sealey are conducting a medical drug trial testing the effects of a new anti-depressant. When two participants (Connie and Tristan) fall for one another, how can anyone be sure of where their feelings originate? Could their deepest emotions be caused by the drug? Connie and Tristan try to discover the origins of their feelings for one another and to manipulate the drug trial in their favor, but this may prove to be their undoing. Dr. Lorna James and Dr. Toby Sealey’s relationship stands in counterpoint to Connie and Tristan’s. The two doctors have a troubled past relationship as well as differences in their beliefs about whether depression can be successfully medicated. Through the interplay of science, psychology, love, and romance, Lucy Prebble’s play examines bodily autonomy, choice, and human connection.

Please be aware that this play contains strong language, kissing, and depictions of sexual activity. The department plans to consult an intimacy coordinator. An audition disclosure form will be included with the regular audition form.

Character descriptions:

Note: Actors should be comfortable playing the characters’ genders and ages but do not have to themselves be those genders / ages.  

      • Lorna James: Female. 47. A former smoker. Has had a former sexual relationship with Toby. Suffers from depression but refuses to use medication to control it. Precise and clinical. Believes she is fully in charge of the experiment. English dialect.
      • Toby Sealey: Male. 45. Believes in the efficacy of the drug. Has had a former sexual relationship with Lorna. Believes Lorna should use medication to control her depression. Has a sense of humor. Does not know if he can trust Lorna with the experiment. English dialect.
      • Connie Hall: 26. Has a boyfriend. This is her first paid study and she’s not sure what to expect. Nervous and anxious to please, she loosens up after meeting Tristan. Presents as wealthier and more educated than Tristan. English dialect.
      • Tristan Frey: 30. An Irishman who is also a decent tap dancer. A casual smoker. He’s done lots of these studies, is a bit of a rebel, and takes pride in breaking the rules. Irish dialect.

 

PRODUCTION #2

If/Then

Music by Tom Kitt

Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey

Production Dates: November 17-19

Directed by Thomas Campbell

Music Direction by Benjamin Olejniczak

Choreography by Denise Carlson-Gardner

Synopsis: Elizabeth, a recent divorcée, has returned to New York City to reignite her life and find a new purpose. At the outset of this contemporary musical, Elizabeth is presented with a moment, a seemingly innocuous moment where she is presented with a choice. At this point, Elizabeth’s story is split, and we get to track her life following two different trajectories – one where she makes the choice, another where she makes a different choice. In one life we follow Beth, who takes a phone call that leads to a lucrative profession as a city planner. In the other life, we follow Liz, who does not take the phone call and falls in love with a young doctor. Both stories share the same characters and show how their lives are impacted by a single person and the choices they make.

Please be aware that this play contains strong language, kissing, and depictions of sexual activity. The department plans to consult an intimacy coordinator. An audition disclosure form will be included with the regular audition form.

Character descriptions:

Note: Actors should be comfortable playing the characters’ genders and ages but do not have to themselves be those genders / ages.

Female:

      • Anne – Kate’s girlfriend. Age: 30 – Vocal range top: C5; Vocal range bottom: E4
      • Elena – A city planner. Age: 20 – Vocal range top: C5; Vocal range bottom: E4
      • Elizabeth – An urban planner, newly returned to New York City. Age: 38 – Vocal range top: E5; Vocal range bottom: A3
      • Kate – Elizabeth’s neighbor, a kindergarten teacher. Age: 30 – Vocal range top: F5; Vocal range bottom: A3

Male:

      • David – A pediatric surgeon. Age: 30
      • Josh – A doctor and Army Reservist. Age: 30 – Vocal range top: A#4; Vocal range bottom: C2
      • Lucas – Elizabeth’s college friend, a community activist. Age: 38 – Vocal range top: Ab4; Vocal range bottom: B2
      • Stephen – Elizabeth’s grad-school colleague, a city planner. Age: 40 – Vocal range top: D4; Vocal range bottom: D3

 Ensemble

      • Various citizens of New York City. Gender: Any

PLEASE NOTE: All performers cast in If/Then may be needed to execute scenic transitions and/or run-crew duties to facilitate the flow of the production.

 

AUDITION DETAILS

TO AUDITION:

  1. Schedule an Audition Appointment using the Acuity Appointment Scheduler (link below). You will be asked to register to the site, allowing us to send you a confirmation and reminders. Then you will select a 30-minuteaudition time.

CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR AUDITION

  1. Download, complete, and print the UW-Green Bay Audition Form as well as the Intimacy Disclosure Form (below) – these forms will be used for both productions. Please read them carefully and fill out completely. Bring the forms to your audition. (Extra copies of the forms will be available at the audition and can be picked up in Theatre Hall room 331).

Audition Form – UWGB TnDv.8.16.22

Intimacy Disclosure Form

 

THE SCHEDULE:

Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 6-9pm

      • Auditions for both The Effect and If/Then will be held together in University Theatre in Theatre Hall – report to the lobby of University Theatre and stage managerment will direct you where to go.
      • to be considered for both shows, prepare a ~90sec piece from a contemporary musical (from the past 30 years) AND prepare a contemporary monologue ~60sec in length.
          • NOTE: for those auditioning for IF/THEN, live accompaniment will not be available. You must provide your own recorded accompaniment for the audition. For problems or questions, contact Dr. Campbell (campbelt@uwgb.edu).
      • to be considered for ONLY The Effect, you need only prepare a contemporary monologue ~60sec in length
      • You will be notified at the end of the night if you are called back for either production

Thursday, Sept. 8 from 6-9pm

      • Callbacks will be held for The Effect(in Jean Weidner Theatre) as well as a Dance Audition (in University Theatre) for If/Then 
      • To be considered for the musical, you MUST attend the dance audition
          • Attire: Wear clothes you can move in- Dance shoes required (jazz, ballet or character shoe – Do not wear sneakers or tennis shoes.  You will stick to the floor).
          • You will learn a short routine and perform it in small groups
      • For those auditioning for both productions, we will schedule those called back for The Effect accordingly so you can attend both the callback and the Dance audition.
      • Callback lists and information will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the Theatre Callboard on the first floor of Theatre Hall.
      • You may be given specific material to prepare for the callback.

Friday, Sept. 9 from 6-9pm

      • Callbacks for If/Then – consisting of scene work and additional vocal work
      • Callback lists and information will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the Theatre Callboard on the first floor of Theatre Hall.
      • You may be given specific material to prepare for the callback.

 

If you are interested in auditioning but cannot attend the first audition, please contact Dr. Thomas Campbell (campbelt@uwgb.edu) as soon as possible. Every effort will be made to schedule an alternative time.

Perusal Scripts for THE EFFECT and IF/THEN are available for 1-day check-out in Theatre Hall 331 (open Mon-Fri 8:30am- 4:30pm). You are strongly encouraged to read the script prior to auditioning,

It is our intention to cast both productions by Sunday, September 11. As the rehearsal periods will overlap, it will not be possible to be cast in both productions. Cast Lists will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the UWGB Theatre and Dance Facebook page.

Rehearsals for THE EFFECT will begin Tuesday, September 13

Music Rehearsals for IF/THEN will begin the second or third week in September.

Students cast in Theatre Mainstage productions are required to register for Theatre 336, Production Practicum: Performance, 1 cr.

 

 

Fall Semester Auditions 2021

UW-GREEN BAY THEATRE & DANCE

UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance welcomes ALL current UWGB students to participate in all aspects of production work. 

FALL 2021 PRODUCTION INFORMATION

 RED by Somalia Seaton

Casting  an ensemble of 12 actors for a live production scheduled to perform October 14-16, 20-23, 2021

Mourning the loss of her bestie, Jay, Dee cannot imagine life without her best friend. She withdraws into her imagination and memory, seeking comfort from the harsh realities of the outside. 

RED is an unflinching and bold exploration of the internal lives of young women. It is part of Platform, an initiative from Tonic Theater in England, whose mission is to achieve greater gender balance in its workforces and repertoire. Platform commissions large-cast plays with predominately or all female casts, written specifically for performance by young actors.

Persons of all gender identities are encouraged to audition.

Directed by Laura Riddle riddlel@uwgb.edu

Fun Home, a musical by Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron,     based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel

Casting 10 actors for a live production scheduled for  November 18-20, 2021

 When her father dies unexpectedly, graphic novelist Alison dives deep into her past to tell the story of the volatile, brilliant, one-of-a-kind man whose temperament and secrets defined her family and her life. Moving between past and present, Alison relives her unique childhood playing at the family’s Bechdel Funeral Home, her growing understanding of her own sexuality, and the looming, unanswerable questions about her father’s hidden desires. 

Directed by John Mariano marianoj@uwgb.edu
Musical Direction by Courtney Sherman shermanc@uwgb.edu
Choreographed by Denise Carlson-Gardner carlsond@uwgb.edu

AUDITIONS

First Audition for RED will be
    Wednesday, September 1, beginning at 5 pm
First Audition for FUN HOME will be
    Thursday,September 2, beginning at 4:30 pm
Callbacks for both shows are scheduled for
    Friday, September 3

If you are interested in auditioning but cannot attend the first audition , please contact the Director as soon as possible. Every effort will be made to schedule an alternative time.

Perusal Scripts for RED and FUN HOME are available for 1-day check-out in Theatre Hall 331, open Mon-Fri 8:30am- 4:30pm. You are strongly encouraged to read the script prior to auditioning,

RED Audition

1). Schedule an Audition Appointment using the Acuity Appointment Scheduler. You will be asked to register to the site, allowing us to send you a confirmation and reminders. Then you will select a 30-minute audition time.

Schedule RED Audition

2). Download the RED Audition Form. (below) Please read carefully and fill out completely. Bring the form to your audition. (Extra copies of the form will be available at the audition.

The first audition on Wednesday, Sept. 1, will be in University Theatre in Theatre Hall following the Theatre department gathering and will consist of improvisations and cold readings from the script. Dress comfortably for ease of movement.

RED Audition Form

FUN HOME Audition

1). Schedule an Audition Appointment using the Acuity Appointment Scheduler. You will be asked to register to the site, allowing us to send you a confirmation and reminders. Then you will select a 20-minute audition time.

Schedule FUN HOME Audition

2). Download the FUN HOME Audition Form. (below) Please read carefully and fill out completely. Bring the form to your audition. (Extra copies of the form will be available at the audition.

The first audition on Thursday, Sept. 2, will be in University Theatre in Theatre Hall and will consist of a prepared song, approximately 90 seconds in length. A song from musical theatre, after 1980, is preferred. Pre-recorded accompaniment is preferred and a speaker will be provided. Live accompaniment will also be available and, if needed, you must provide your sheet music in the correct key. No a cappella singing.

CALLBACKS

Callbacks for both shows will be scheduled for Friday, September 3, beginning at 4pm and will be coordinated to avoid conflict. Callback lists and information will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the Theatre Callboard on the first floor of Theatre Hall. You may be given specific material to prepare for the callback.

It is our intention to cast both productions by Sunday, September 5. As the rehearsal periods will overlap, it will not be possible to be cast in both Fall productions. Cast Lists will be posted on the THEATRE BLOG (here) and on the UWGB Theatre and Dance FaceBook page.

Rehearsals for RED will begin Tuesday, September 7

Music Rehearsals for FUN HOME will begin in September.

Students cast in Theatre Mainstage productions are required to register for Theatre 336, Production Practicum: Performance, 1 cr.