Beowulf Alley Theatre Hosts Auditions and Crew Calls for
Readers’ Theatre and Late Night Theatre
Tucson, Ariz. (October 4, 2008) — Beowulf Alley Theatre Company, 11 S. Sixth Ave., will hold auditions for two new activities: Readers’ Theatre and Late Night Theatre. The times and dates are as follows:
Late Night Theatre Benjamin Hill by Wat Tom, directed by Michael Fenlason
A comedy with serious bits, that runs about fifty-five minutes.
Audition times: Wed., October 8, 2008, 7-9 p.m. and
Sat., October 11, 2008, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (sides will be provided)
Looking for: Man: 25-35; Woman 25-35; (2) Women 18-28
Stage Manager, Board Ops/Crew, and Anyone interested in helping
Time Commitments: Rehearsal times will be largely dependent on availability of cast beginning
the week following auditions. 5 performances will be November 6, 7, 8 and
November 14, 15 at 10:30 p.m.
Readers’ Theatre Fruited Plain by John Cooper (a staged reading)
Audition time: Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 6:30-8:00 p.m. (sides will be provided)
Looking for: (2) men; (2) women; (1) man or woman for smaller bits
Volunteers to assist with front of house and some technical tasks.
Time Commitments: Rehearsal times will be one evening prior to the staged reading and one
staged reading on November 10, 2008.
A non-profit arts organization, Beowulf Alley was founded based on dialogues with local actors who wanted a permanent home for theatre artists from the Tucson community. Today, its intimate 95-seat theatre provides a facility that meets professional standards where performing artists, educators, and technicians can develop and present their skills. Because Beowulf Alley engages a talent pool that calls Tucson “home” for its productions, the Theatre is committed to helping grow a new generation of Tucson talent with its education programs for young people. And true to its roots, the Theatre maintains ongoing dialogues with the community, including Dialogues with theatregoers after the first Sunday matinee performance of each of its season plays – an opportunity for theatregoers to discuss the plays with the director and the performing artists. Writers who cover the Tucson arts scene say the Theatre provides its audiences with “the best total package”—plays, performances, and productions that are high in artistic and technical quality.
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