Sunday, September 03, 2006

Tucson: Coyote Ramblers Main-Stage Auditions


From: lyric-arts []
Sent: Saturday, September 02, 2006 3:06 PM
Subject: Coyote Ramblers Main-Stage Auditions

       Auditions for Coyote Ramblers Performing Artists Main-Stage Production

Coyote Ramblers is a multiple award-winning theater company now relocated permanently in Tucson after 10 years producing in Los Angeles and touring the U.S. and Europe.  Our 2006-2007 main-stage productions will be award-winning original scripts or re-imagined classics, held at Tucson’s community-based multiple-art center, Artfare-The Muse.

We prefer people highly experienced and passionate about their theater craft.  We ask that all involved have a sense of humor, play well with others, that you're not a complainer and that you get the things done you say you're going to do.  Coyote Ramblers will pay stipends when possible .

Auditions immediately for three innovative, original plays, two of which have won regional and a national awards:

- Lena’s Secret Garden - a husband and wife close in age between early 30's and late 50's, attempting to find a way past a recent, tragic event.

- Time - a woman early to mid 30's, fussy, neurotic, who upon returning from another friend getting married, considers what she how things might be in various moods.  No dialogue in this play, acting must carry the entire piece and must coordinate with a dancer.

- Hot-Wired Highways - a mid to late 20's woman who travels the highways by hitchhiking and telling stories and doing whatever that takes.  A one-woman show NOT delivered to audience.  Need a strong actor who can accurately portray that hard life.

Auditions  Sunday Sept 17th, from 1-5 pm at Artfare, 55 N. 6th Avenue.
Audition appointment necessary for all actors - Call - 682 - 3224
Arrive 15 minutes before to prepare to audition from sides of the show.
Bring - head shot and resume if not already on file.
Performance dates - November 3 to the 19th, Friday and Saturday evenings, Sunday matinees.
Rehearsals will begin October 2nd, only two or three evenings / weekend days per week per show until the final two weeks when rehearsals will extend.


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