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Calling all local talent! Seed Art Share and Pure Life Theatre are co-hosting the Triangle Area Unified Auditions! We are asking that actors film self-taped auditions that include a 60-second contemporary monologue and those who sing should include a 16-bar cut. The deadline to submit self-tapes is January 22nd at 11:59 PM.
To submit your self-tape, upload your audition video to YouTube (we recommend uploading it as
an “unlisted video”) and then fill out this Jotform link https://form.jotform.com/213494341436152 to the best of their ability.
If you are unsure how to upload the video feel free to email dylan@seedartshare and he'll try to provide support or find an alternative.
Aggregate Theatre Company was formed with the mission of developing a younger theatregoing audience in the Triangle area. Aggregate produces original and established plays, musicals, and audio dramas geared towards youth and young professionals. Aggregate also has an education branch, HamLit, that teaches theatre (largely Shakespeare) for in-school residencies and workshops. All positions are paid.
In addition to wanting to build a larger roster of talent, Aggregate is specifically looking to cast the following:
For more information about Aggregate Theatre Company go to http://aggregatetheatre.com/
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SP DETAILS: We pay hourly, starting at $20/hour.
Burning Coal is a small professional theatre located in downtown Raleigh. We produce plays that are literate, visceral and effecting and that have a global perspective. We pay all artists who work with us, though most fees fall into the stipend category.
Looking for actors for GALILEO adapted by David Edgar from the Brecht, directed by Jerome Davis. Performs April 7 – 24, 2022
Also casting the coming 2022/2023 season (TBA).
For more information about Burning Coal Theatre go to http://www.burningcoal.org/
The Cary Playwrights' Forum produces new dramatic works written by North Carolinian playwrights. Productions include full-length plays, short play festivals, and audio series. Both aspiring and established playwrights can attend our monthly script workshop meetings and our classes on writing techniques. In 2021, CPF celebrated its 10th year as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit caryplaywrightsforum.org to learn more! We aim to one day be able to compensate all artists for every production, but we are unable to at this time. Most productions are volunteer efforts.
CPF is casting "It's Been One Week." A performer will be teamed up with a playwright to write, rehearse, and perform a new monologue in one week. The audience will vote to decide the best monologue. The event will be held in February 2022. Roles will be tailored to the performers selected.
Since 2004, The Justice Theater Project has produced professional shows combined with discussion, outreach and advocacy.
The mission of The Justice Theater Project is to produce compelling theater experiences that create community dialogue and give voice to social concerns.
JTP is casting it's upcoming productions of An Enemy of the People (April 8th-24th) and Man of La Mancha (June 10th-26th)
For more information about the work of The Justice Theatre Project go to http://www.thejusticetheaterproject.org/
North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre seeks to engage all members of our community by offering high quality entertainment and theatre education. We encourage the development of life skills while providing opportunities to develop a lifelong passion for theatre. We present innovative theatre experiences, which are artistically valuable and entertaining.
Two productions that NRACT has coming up are Roe (April 22nd- May 8th) and The Color Purple.(June 3rd-19th)
Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, is still fiercely debated over forty years later. In this incisive play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause.
There are Eight Women, Three Men and One Child in this show.
For more information about NRACT go to http://www.nract.org/
Currently, we are casting for our Staged: New Play Readings series and we are always looking to expand our talent pool for upcoming shows. We will be looking towards casting the 10x10 for the fall. We mostly do original work by North Carolina playwrights. We also do a series of old-time radio shows called OdysseyStage on the Air which is on our podcast channel. We also hope to do a second season of The Suffragist Project podcast! We will be looking to fully produce at least one of the original plays from our Staged reading series for later in 2022.
For more inofrmation about OdysseyStage and the work that they do go to https://www.odysseystage.org/
We started in St. Louis, Mo in 2010 under the name Black Mirror Theatre and moved here in 2020 and incorporated in NC as NFP in early 2021. Our website is https://www.otheronlywindows.com. We pay stipends and are,a small, professional, non-equity company.
We have always focused on plays of substance, done with simplicity and clarity with a focus on plays of Irish themes, and/or a focus on social and economic justice. We have always used theatre as a way to combat childood hunger in our local communities. For every person who attends our shows we ensure a child is fed nutritious meals through donation of a portion of the proceeds to (St. Loius) Operation Backpack, in NC to Backpack Buddies, in NOLA to a similar organization.
Casting for 2 anyones for White Rabbit Red Rabbit for March; 1 M for Beckett’s Eh Joe in July; and to see who is out there for TBD projects for later in 2022 and beyond.
Motown Christmas (December)
Seed Art Share is casting the following productions:
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Performances May 19th-June 1st)
After a long winter, spring finally returns, blossoming with love and laughter. In the famed Raleigh Rose Garden, fairies of all ages creep about beneath the blooms; unlikely romantics find true love, and lose it, and find it again, and a bunch of tech workers from downtown Raleigh have a team-building experience they will never forget. This is A Midsummer Night’s Dream set in the here and now, a family-focused celebration of life after a cold and distant season, uniting us in the magical way that Shakespeare’s words always have.
Candide: the Play (Performances in Fall 2022)
We are a not-for-profit theatre company and training ground inspired by Shakespeare
and the early modern spirit, gathered in a diverse community around a common love for
the magic of story, song, and stagecraft.
We’re good at stringing small things together and building everything from the ground
up - lights, music, sets, all of the above. We have two chapters based in Fayetteville
and Raleigh, North Carolina, but our Members and community stretch across the
Cast sizes for our shows are extremely limited. Casts will range from as small as 10
people to as large as 14 or so.
STS actors are paid with modest stipends and travel allowances as low as $100 up to Equity
Productions we are casting include the following:
Emma (Fayetteville) Performances April 28th-May 8th
Emma (Raleigh) Performances May 5th-May 21st
Party at Jay's (Fayetteville) Performances May 12th-May 29th with TBD remount in August 2022
Much Ado About Nothing (Fayetteville) June 2nd-June 26th
Pericles (Fayetteville) Performances July 13th-July 24th
For more information go to https://sweetteashakespeare.com
Switchyard Theatre Company is proud to announce auditions for our first production:
William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream
Directed by Michael Parker
Produced by Charlie Machalicky
Associate Producers Noelle Azarelo & Lara Coutinho
Chapel Hill (Southern Village)
April 29, 7:30pm
April 30, 2pm & 7:30pm
May 1, 2pm
Cary (Sertoma Ampitheatre)
May 7 & 8: 2pm
We anticipate announcing the cast by February 14th. Rehearsals will begin March 7th.
Mayhem. Mischief. Magic. When all of Athens gathers for a festival to celebrate the wedding of Theseus and Hippolyta, four lovers and a group of would-be actors find themselves unwitting pawns in a battle between two feuding faerie courts. Will the end result be a night they’ll never forget or one they’ll never quite remember?
This site-specific outdoor production brings together the joy and energy of a Renaissance faire with a modern sensibility intended to appeal to all audiences.
All roles are open to actors age 18+ of any race or ethnicity. Actors of any gender identity are encouraged to audition.
For more information about Switchyard Theatre Company go to http://switchyardtheatrecompany.org/
The We Are 1 Organization is a 501(C) 3 organization, which is headquartered in Durham, NC. Much of our work is facilitated through our educational workshops and seminar, community outreach projects, and empowerment conferences and retreats. We believe in the power of love, the strength of unity, and the necessity of equality and justice for all people. We are committed to reaching people through friendship and love and empowering them for change.
We host an annual conference in Durham every year, and this year we are doing a theatrical production bringing to life stories of women in biblical history. It will be featuring monologues and music.
For more information about The We Are 1 Organization go to https://weare1organization.org/