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Audition for SAY Sí Student Short
Say Sí
Contact for Appointment
Production Dates: Saturday daytime April 19th

Urgent need for actor.

Short film script written and directed by SAY Sí Media Arts students. No pay. Film will be submitted to festivals and will be premiered at the screening of SAY Sí's summer movie in July. 

Characters Needed:

Boss - Male, late 30's/early 40's, in business attire (suit) Character is losing patience with his incompetent employee.

Location: 1518 S. Alamo St, San Antoinio, Texas, 78204
For More Information:

Call the Director of Media Arts, Gisha Zaballa for Appointment 323-691-0927






Madness in Valencia & ANTIGONE
San Antonio College
Tues, April 22: 3-5pm Wed, April 23: 3-5pm Thurs, April 24: 6-9pm Tues/Wed - Alamo College Students ONLY Thurs - ALL are welcome to audition
Production Dates: July 7-10, 14-17 All performances at 7:30 in McCreless Theatre at San Antonio College

San Antonio College Theatre Dept. offers a double-header rep-style production for our students and our community. Join us as we tackle to premier works for two classic playwrights!

Madness in Valencia (Los Locos de Valencia) tracks the story of a young man who kills a Prince, only to feign madness to escape. At the asylum, he happens to meet the girl of his dreams, also feigning madness to escape an arranged marriage.

ANTIGONE presents the powerful story of the iron-willed daughter of Oedipus as she takes a fatal stand against her uncle, Kreon, the new ruler of Thebes. Favoring her own moral code to the dictates of an unjust ruler, Antigone becomes the first heroine of Western literature and a model of civil disobedience.

Characters Needed:

MADNESS IN VALENCIA -- Please prepare (1) comedic monologue.

ANTIGONE -- NO monologue, but come dressed to MOVE

Please bring (2) Headshot & Resume (applications available on site)
ALL ROLES OPEN -- BOTH SHOWS

If you are cast as a lead in (1), you MAY be in the other, albeit a smaller role (ie: Floriano in "Madness" can be a Chorus member in "Antigone")

*click the link to find out more about the characters*

Madness in Valencia

A Comedy by Lope de Vega

Directed by Laura Garza

Floriano

Erifila

Valerio

Prince Reinero

Leonato

Fedra

Laida

Martin

Belardo

Calandrio

Verino

Pisano

Tomas

Mordacho

Gerardo

Liberto

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ANTIGONE

A Tragedy by Sophocles

Directed by Joseph Urick

Antigone

Ismene

Creon

Haimon

Eurydice

Tiresias

Sentry

Messenger

Koryphaios (Chorus Leader)

Chorus

Location: 1300 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, Texas, 78211



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Toulouse at the Moulin Rouge
Cameo Theatre & Jonathan Pennington Studios
Open Auditions on Saturday, May 3, 2:30pm-4:30pm; Sunday, May 4, 7:30pm-9:30pm; Callbacks on Monday, May 5
Production Dates: September 2014

Toulouse At the Moulin Rouge

Music and Lyrics by Josh Walker

Book and Lyrics by John David Nelson

In Montmartre, Paris’ grungy bohemian quarter, a short painter draws us into his world of music, dancing, alcohol and women. His intoxicating colors attract us to the underworld freedom we all desire, he paints a world that is perfect for its cobwebs and crappy dancehalls. Suddenly an upper class businessman named Charles Zidler enters and promises to change the world with a brand new, electrified dancehall. He promises Toulouse endless Absinthe and his very own reserved table in exchange for an advertisement. Patrons of all classes from all over Paris flock to the Moulin Rouge on opening night after seeing Toulouse’s infamous “poster”. Once there, the upper class bourgeois love the boisterous and bawdy headliner of the Moulin Rouge, La Goulue. But La Goulue finds her headlining position under attack by the bohemian backed, smoother and finer Jane Avril. The class divide suddenly creates distrust and corruption within the Moulin Rouge and Toulouse finds himself caught in the middle. New ties are created and old bonds must be broken when the world changes.

New York Writers and Casting Directors will be on site for auditions.

Characters Needed:

Major Characters

Henrí Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa—30s, one of history’s most famous impressionistic painters. Toulouse is smart, worldly, witty, inspired/inspiring and though he is royalty he finds conflict in acceptance with his stature.

Charles Zidler—40s-60s The original owner of the Moulin Rouge. Wealthy, eccentric and very charismatic. Becomes business partners with Toulouse in the opening of the Moulin Rouge. (baritone)

Jeanne Beaudon “Jane Avril”—20s The daughter of a prostitute starts life as shy and reserved but has a transformation upon meeting Toulouse. She becomes the rising star at the Moulin Rouge and the bohemians revere her. (soprano)

La Goulue—20s/30s “The Glutton” busty and bawdy, the current star of the Moulin Rouge and originator of the kickline. She is egotistical, self centered and willing to do anything for fame. The bourgeois think she is a goddess and like to treat her as such. (belter)

Yvette Guilbert—30s her “unique look” and quirky performance style attracts Toulouse’s love. (mezzo)

Valentin le Desosse—30s/40s a tall, slender contortionist performer at the Moulin Rouge. He is the owner of the café Zidler wants to take over (baritone)

Elise Beaudon—40s, Jane Avril’s mother. A hardened dominant prostitute who takes it upon herself to teach Jane the hard lessons of life. Doubles with Gerta (Mezzo)

Bourgeois

Monsieur Samary—By day he is a socialite, by night he stalks Jane Avril

Monsieur Chiffon—La Goulue’s bankroller

Monsieur Niermans—Chiffon’s older bankroller

Monsieur Mordú—Chiffon and Samary’s yes man. Doubles as police officer

Bohemians

Monsieur Fort—Loud bohemian singer

Monsieur Cassé—A broke bohemian always looking for a handout

Monsieur Peindre—Eager young artist fan of Toulouse (baritone)

Jacques—Valentin’s boyfriend, doubles as Monsieur Cassé

Pierre—Owner of the brothel, doubles as Monsieur Fort

Police officer—doubles as Monsieur Mordú

Can-Can Dancers

Colette

Antoinette

Fleur

Gerta—doubles as Elise

Location: 1123 E. Commerce St., San Antonio, Texas, 78205
For More Information:

Send an email to jonathan@jpstudios.org with headshot and resume. 

Audition location: Cameo Theatre




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The Wizard of Oz
The Playhouse (Russell Hill Rogers and Cellar Theaters)
Sunday, May 18, 12:00-5:00pm
Production Dates: October 3 - November 2, 2014

By L. Frank Baum; Adapted by Frank Gabrielson; With Music and Lyrics of the MGM motion pictures score by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg; Background Music by Herbert Stothart

Directed by Elise Lopez
Choreography by Courtnie Mercer

Auditions
Sunday, May 18, 2014
12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Russell Hill Rogers Theater
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Click here to request an audition appointment
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment to check in

Callbacks
Russell Hill Rogers Theater
May 25, 2014
12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
BY INVITATION ONLY

Prepared Material Required

  • Actors auditioning for singing roles (including chorus) should prepare 32 bars of a song, preferably from a musical, and be prepared to participate in dance audition.
  • Actors auditioning for a non-singing role should prepare a one-minute monologue.
  • If you wish to be considered for BOTH singing and non-singing roles, please be come prepared with all criteria listed above.
  • Please bring one copy of your headshot and resume.

Performances
Russell Hill Rogers Theater
October 3 – November 2, 2014
Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Sundays at 3:00 p.m.

The Production
The iconic story of a young girl's grand adventures in the great land of Oz as she finds her way home with some of literature’s most colorful companions. A treat for all ages!

Characters Needed:

  • Dorothy Gale, female, Soprano
  • Scarecrow/Hunk, male, Baritone/Tenor
  • Tinman/Hickory, male, Baritone/Tenor
  • Cowardly Lion/Zeke, male, Baritone/Tenor
  • Aunt Em/Glinda, female, Aunt Em-non-singing role, Glinda-Soprano
  • Uncle Henry/Guard of Oz, male, non-singing
  • Wicked Witch of the West/Mrs. Gulch, female, non-singing
  • Wizard/Prof. Marvel, male, non-singing
  • Mayor of Munchkinland, male
  • Winkie General, male
  • Coroner, male
  • Nikko, male
  • Munchkins
  • Female and Male chorus for trees, Ozians, Palace Guards, Monkeys etc.

Location: 800 W. Ashby Pl., San Pedro Park at Ashby, San Antonio, Texas, 78212



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ARMS AND THE MAN and GHOSTS
Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Sunday, May 18, 7 -10 pm Monday, May 19, 7 -10 pm
Production Dates: Please call Florence for an audition appointment: 589-8450. Audition requirements: Please have a prepared 1-minute monologue and bring head shot & resume. Actors may be asked to read scenes from the text. Sides will be provided; no accents required. Please read the plays, which are widely available (in print and online), before auditions.

ARMS AND THE MAN by George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Stacey Connelly

Production Dates: August 22 – Sept 7, 2014

In Arms and the Man, bullets fly in a boudoir when a battle-hardened soldier collides with a feisty Balkan princess. George Bernard Shaw’s sparkling play combines the front line with fairy tales in this hilarious (anti-)romantic comedy.

Setting: late 19th-century Bulgaria

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GHOSTS by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Omar Leos

Production dates: November 7-23, 2014

Ghosts, a play by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen written in 1881, is a scathing commentary on 19th-century morality.

Characters Needed:

ARMS AND THE MAN

Characters:

Major Petkoff will be played by Allan Ross.
All other roles available:

Raina Petkoff, 20’s, a Bulgarian noblewoman

Louka, 20-early 30’s, her maid

Catherine Petkoff, 40's-60's, Raina's mother.

Nicola, 40’s, a servant to the Petkoffs

Sergius Saranoff, 30’s, a Bulgarian officer, nobleman, and Raina’s fiancé

Officer, 20’s or 30’s, a Russian soldier

Captain Bluntschli, 30’s, a Swiss mercenary

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GHOSTS

Characters:

Pastor Manders will be played by Andrew Thornton.
All other roles available:

Mrs. Helene Alving, a widow (40s-60s)

Oswald Alving, her son, a painter(20s- early 30s)

Jacob Engstrand, a carpenter(40s-60s)

Regina Engstrand, believes she is the daughter of Jacob Engstrand, but is actually Captain Alving's child. She is also Mrs. Alving's maid.(20s- early 30s)

Location: 1924 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78201



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Breaking Legs
Boerne Community Theatre
Sunday, June 1 & Monday, June 2, both at 7pm
Production Dates: July 18 - August 2, 2014

The action occurs in an Italian restaurant owned by a successful mobster and managed by his beautiful unmarried daughter. When the daughter's former college professor arrives to ask for financial backing for a play he's written about a murder, the fun begins. The three main Mafiosi are intrigued with the idea of producing a play. The daughter becomes enamored of the playwright, who is delighted to have the family's support. His bubble is burst when he discovers that his backers are gangsters. In this madcap situation, murder and menace are served up with plenty of pasta and laughter!

Characters Needed:

Terence O'Keefe--late 40's, early 50's. a playwright, English professor

Lou Graziano--55, proprietor of a restaurant

Angie--28, Lou's daughter

Mike Francisco--late 50's, a man who is sometimes mistaken for a mobster

Tino De Felice--late 50's, a businessman

Frankie Salvucci--50's, a horse-player

Location: 907 E. Blanco Rd., Boerne, Texas, 78006
For More Information:

Email the director, Christine Crowley, at diractor@yahoo.com or call 210-269-3290







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The Working Child Actors Program
Land of Virtuosity with Laralee List Wahrmund
EMAIL US FOR AUDITION INTERVIEW
Production Dates: Mondays 4:30 to 7:30, Tuesdays 5 to 6, Wednesdays 5:00 to 6:00

AUDITION NOTICE - 
The Land Of Virtuosity has moved to the FABULOUS Scottish Rite Building downtown and will begin their Fall Performance Programs in September!
 
Their newest program is designed for children who currently are pursuing a professional acting career and for those who want to work on landing an agent and beginning a career in the entertainment industry.
 
The Working Actors Program is designed to teach children everything they need to know to land that HUGE job whether it be in Film or Television.
 
Laralee List Wahrmund, the CEO and creator of the program has made it extremely reasonable, so EVERY child actor may hone their craft without the normal exclusivity found in other more expensive programs.
 
"Training is the key to Booking the jobs.  Child actors who are professionally trained stand out in an audition and gain the curiosity of Casting Directors." - Laralee List Wahrmund
 
Parents who want their children to join the Working Actors Program must contact the Land Of Virtuosity through email  iloveit@thelov.org to make an appointment for their child to have an audition interview. 

Characters Needed:

Currently the program is only for Child Actors, but we will begin a WORKING ACTORS PROGRAM for adults very soon.

Location: 308 Avenue E, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Additional Website for the Event: landofvirtuosity.org



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CSI: Classic Summer Intensive
Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Production Dates: June 7 - 28, Saturdays ONLY. 1pm- 4pm.

Ladies and Gentlemen....introducing CSI: The Classic Summer Intensive!!

It has been several years since Classic Theatre of San Antonio has been able to offer a fully immersive educational opportunity for students to learn about the art of acting, with an emphasis in Period Styles and Heightened Language. Now, with our new home, we can really provide an intimate intensive, focusing on the mental, emotional, and physical requirements needed for the aspiring professional actor.

For 4 Saturdays in June, students will be exposed to a variety of masterclass workshops, each day emphasizing a different dynamic of Period Styles, culminating in a showcase performance for friends and family.

June 7 will be an Introduction to Text Analysis. Students will bring in a classic monologue (Shakespeare preferred, but all styles are welcome), and with the help of our Director of Education, Christie Beckham, students will learn how to decipher, discover, and understand the language of the great playwrights, as well as form a better understanding of themselves as actors!

June 14 will be a sojourner into Movement for the Actor. Each of the major Period Styles has a distinct method of movement and gesture the actor must be aware of if they are to succeed within it. Guided by Christie Beckham and Joseph Urick, our students will be encouraged to break out of their shells, and learn to connect thought, movement, and emotion into each of the unique styles (Greek, Shakespeare, Restoration, Commedia). An introduction to Mask work will also be highlighted, and the students will create their own unique Greek/Commedia Mask!

June 21 will feature an intense workout, and introduction to Stage Combat. Our resident Fight Choreographer, Joseph Urick, will introduce our student into the combat styles of Rapier & Dagger, as well as Unarmed combat. The emphasis on this workshop will be on ACTOR SAFETY -- as well as grounding the fights with a sense of realism and believability.

June 28 will be the culmination of the entire month's work. Monologues and Fight Scenes will be presented before friends and family. Video recording and photographs will be ENCOURAGED, as this will also give the students access to their own work and can be used for possibly audition reels and performance demos. Attendance for this showcase will be FREE.  

$100 Tuition

Christie Beckham, Director of Education

Joseph Urick, Fight Choreographer

Location: 1924 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78201



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Position open
Say Sí

SAY SI is looking for a long-term contracted staffer to join our team:

ALAS, our youth theatre company, is advancing and growing, and as we speak, are performing La Carpa Garcia in Dallas at the Latino Cultural Center.

The job description can be found http://www.saysi.org/job-opportunities/

Location: 1518 S. Alamo St, San Antoinio, Texas, 78204