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Auditions for Tryouts (Sleeping Weazel)

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Sleeping Weazel Announces Auditions for Tryouts


Sleeping Weazel will hold auditions on Sunday, February 3 for its March production of Tryouts written by Adara Meyers, directed by Cecelia Raker. 5:30*-8:00 pm at The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont Street, Boston, MA.


The production is part of Sleeping Weazel’s March 6-9, 2013 event, WOMEN IN ACTION: a new wave of art, theatre, music, and performance. Rehearsals begin on February 10. The show will run March 8-9, 2013 at The Factory Theatre.


Please prepare a short classical monologue in addition to a short contemporary one. We will also have sides for you to read. Wear clothing you feel comfortable moving in. Please bring your headshot and résumé.


*Auditions for all will begin promptly at 5:30 pm and will include individual and group work.


For a copy of the script and to confirm that you are auditioning, please e-mail Adara Meyers at adara@sleepingweazel.com


 


CAST 


ANNE:


Female, age 40-55, has trouble admitting that she’s St. Anne, mother of DAUGHTER.


PTA PRESIDENT:


Female, age 40-55, alternately giddy and smug; hiding something big.


GIRL:


Female, age 16, intrinsically happy and situationally depressed.


DAUGHTER:


Female, age 16, works and plays just hard enough to be a self-proclaimed genius.


YOUNG FOREIGNER:


Female, age 16, a well-liked pleaser. Slightly innocent; socially shrewd.


About Tryouts:


When a group of mothers and daughters each attempt to prove their “individuality,” the murky waves of love and death crash against generational angst and pseudo-religious understanding in this satirical play about womanhood.

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