Friday, May 10, 2013

Borderlands Theater Season Auditions - paid


From: Eva Tessler []
Sent: Thursday, May 9, 2013 7:14 PM
Subject: Borderlands Theater Audition notice



Borderlands Theater is looking for a few great performers!!

Borderlands Theater is a professional theater company moving into its 28th Season!  Contract Payment Provided!


We are looking for: Performers of diverse backgrounds to participate in our up-coming

13/14 Season!  Auditions will be held Saturday May 18th from 10am - 2pm, at the Borderlands’ offices by appointment only.  Please call the office for more information (250) 882-8607. 



·                    Quality Performers of diverse backgrounds, 12-65 years

            (persons of color strongly encouraged to audition)

·                    Improvisation, Movement and some Voice Training a plus

·                    Contracted Payment Provided


Borderlands Theater

40 W. Broadway Blvd.  Tucson, AZ  85701

(Enter through Jackson Street.  1 block south of Broadway)

Call the Office Line for appointment:  520-882-8607


Borderlands Season – 13/14*

A Tucson Pastorela by the Pastorela Ghost Writers

A family tradition for the 18th year!  Shepherds, Sheep and Dog trek to Belen guided by a La Estrella.  Their journey is fraught with perils, temptations and scary Diablos.  Join with them in their ruckus and wacky adventures and witness the Miracle of the Nativity.

December 19 - 20, 2013


Encounters at the Borderline/ Encuentros en la Frontera: Two Transnational Productions with El Circulo Teatral (Mexico City) and Borderlands’


Maria’s Circular Dance by Medardo Trevino

A compelling play about the relationship between a kidnapper and his victim - a migrant woman from Colombia.


Trash by Kara Hartzler

From the playwright of AZ: No Roosters in the Desert, comes a companion play to Maria’s Circular Dance.  A female Border Patrol Agent and a migrant man see each other mirrored in the face of the other.

Both plays performed together: February 13 – March 2, 2014


Burning Patience by Antonio Skarmeta

In this sweet and funny play Chilean poet Pablo Neruda “loans” his poetry to Mario, a young letter carrier,

so he can conquer the heart of his beloved Beatriz.  This poetic play was adapted for the

Academy Award winning film “Il Postino.” 

March 27 – April 13, 2014


*Season subject to change at this time



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