Auditions for 2011 Season- West Virginia Public Theatre
WHO: West Virginia Public Theatre
SEEKING: Performers for 2011 Season
WVPT will not be working under the AEA CORST referenced LOA this season. WVPT has asked AEA to use the AEA guest contract. Although we’ve received no final determination, we have been advised that approval for a Guest Artist contract is unlikely. AEA members are welcome to audition and will be considered should the Guest Artist Contract situation change. In the interest of fairness, we feel that this information must be disclosed.
All roles in all shows are open.
Music:Andrew Lloyd Webber
Based on "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T. S. Eliot
HONKY TONK ANGELS
By Ted Swindly
Music John Kander
Lyrics Fred Ebb
Book Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
By Dan Googin
THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
Music by William Finn
Book by Rachel Sheinkin
For a detailed breakdown and additional information, visit our web site: www.wvpublictheatre.com.
PITTSBURGH AUDITION DATES: February 26
Appointments taken from 1pm-5:30 pm
Open Dance call @ 6:00 pm
Callback by appointment.
MORGANTOWN AUDITION DATES:
Sunday April 17
Appointments taken from 1-5 PM
PITTSBURGH AUDITION LOCATION:
James Center (Pittsburgh Musical Theatre)
327 South Main St. Pittsburgh, PA 15220
MORGANTOWN AUDITION LOCATION:
AW DANCE COMPANY
256 Greenbag Rd,
Morgantown, WV 26501
Notes/What to bring:
Actors are asked to prepare a short selection (16-32 Bars)and have additional material ready. Please prepare material in the style of the shows for which you’d like to be considered.
HOW TO APPLY:
For an audition appointment in Pittsburgh please call 304-291-4117 after February 9, 2011
For an audition appointment in Morgantown, please call 304-291-4117 after April 4th, 2011.
Actors unable to audition in either location may submit pictures and resumes to
email@example.com. Please place “casting” in the subject field.
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