AUDITIONS for the Spring 2007 Fine and Performing Arts Department student theatre production
The Charm Of Preparedness by Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas
A college is turned upside down when a pre-med student begins to organize a campus-wide preparedness drill. Is this guy for real, or is this all just a ruse to impress Greta, the nursing student? Will the students who volunteer to play chemical burn victims be able to earn extra credit? Are the students actually learning anything? A droll comedy about growing the frack up.
Tuesday, February 6th, 6 – 10 pm
Wednesday, February 7th, 6 – 10 pm
Rehearsal Studio, Vertical Campus, Room B3-130 (Basement Level 3)
*Audition Sign-Up Sheet Posted Wednesday, January 31
in Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Vertical Campus, Room 7-235
ALL ARE WELCOME.
NO PRIOR ACTING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
THE CHARM OF PREPAREDNESS will be performed Tuesday, March 27 through Saturday, March 31 in the Baruch Performing Arts Center. Rehearsals begin on Tuesday, February 13, and will be held Monday-Friday evenings from 6-10 pm and 5-6 hours on the weekend. If cast, you must be available to devote your time and energy to a demanding seven-week rehearsal and production process.
Those planning to audition must sign up for an appointment time on the sheet posted in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts (Vertical Campus, Room 7-235), and prepare a short scene from the play. Audition scenes, as well as copies of the complete play, will be available in the FPA department office beginning Wednesday, January 31. Audition scenes may be taken with you, but playscripts may NOT be removed from the department; you are welcome to sit in the office and read the play. You may audition either alone, in which case you will read with a stage manager, or with a partner. Partners should sign up for a single audition slot. Audition scenes do NOT have to be memorized.
If would like to audition but are unable to attend the scheduled audition times, please contact me via phone or e-mail before Monday, February 5.
Debbie Saivetz, Director