Thursday, June 19, 2014

Strada Company auditions for film and live performance projects


From: Michael Fenlason []
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2014 10:56 AM


Strada Company

Strada Company announces auditions for film and live performance projects for summer and fall 2014.


Strada Company announces auditions for actors for the following projects.

My Muse as a Woman Who Hates Me, a cross platform film, podcast, and live performance project. Actors may be interested in the film only segments. Live performers will also be filmed. Audition reels can be sent via dropbox to


(3 )Men & (11) Women of all ages. Diversity encouraged. Accents a plus. See below for contact information.


Time, Gentlemen, Please, a live performance scheduled for the Tucson Fringe Festival, September 12-14 (times to be conferred by TFF at a later date).  Time, Gentlemen, Please may be described as "the Reduced Shakespeare Company meets Tucson by way of a modern streetcar. "


(2) Men & (2) Women all ages. Diversity encouraged. This is a fast-paced comedy performance. Music skills a plus. Auditions will be held by appointment. Audition reels can sent via dropbox to See below for contact information.


ShakesBeer, a live performance and craft beer tasting. Five beers. Five scenes from the Bard. "For a quart of ale is a dish for a king."  - Shakespeare,  A Winter's Tale. 


5 Men & 5 Women. All ages welcome. Diversity encouraged. Facility with Shakespeare encouraged. See below for contact information.


  1. Email at with the subject line audition and include resume and headshot. If you don't have either, tell us about yourself. We're not judgy. 
  2. Go to our website at and check out the various projects in the works. Click on About and then Contact Us
  3. Or there is always Facebook at

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These are paid performances, though we regret at this time that we are unable to afford Actors Equity or Screen Actors Guild contracts. Interested AEA or SAG members are encouraged to send resume materials as we will be building for union contracts in 2015.

Strada Company creates,  advocates, and provokes the arts. We call ourselves Strada (Italian for "street") because we haven't invested in a physical address and administrative costs. We believe performing and visual art can be entertaining, ennobling, enlightening, energizing, and relevant. With hope, it may also be fun and funny. More at



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