Fall 2019 Productions
Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Directed by Steven Young | Oct. 16-20, 2019
Architecture of Loss: A Devised Piece, Directed by Dr. Noah Lelek | Nov. 20-24, 2019
Tuesday, September 3, 2019 | 4-6: 30 pm
Macbeth auditions; Redbud Theater 4-6pm
Architecture of Loss auditions; Rehearsal Hall, Rm. 204 4:30-6:30pm
Callbacks will be held Wednesday, September 5th from 5-9pm (Macbeth 5-7pm, Loss 7-9pm)
- Please prepare 1-2 min. memorized Shakespearean monologue
(comedic or dramatic)
- Freshman are not required to have a headshot and monologue
- If you do not have a monologue one will be provided
Architecture of Loss
- Please prepare a 1-2 min. story about loss
Sign up for an audition slot on the Redbud Callboard.
Please bring a resume and headshot for each audition.
Macbeth tells of the titular Scottish general who receives a prophecy that he will become the King of Scotland. Driven by ambition and encouraged by his wife, he commits a series of murders which drive him to paranoia and madness.
CHARACTERS: 10 roles
Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, King Duncan, and one of the witches have already been cast.
There are MANY great roles left!
Architecture of Loss: A Devised Piece
The goal of this project is to research how participants physically, mentally, and narratively experience loss and grief and then how adapting/devising the material for performance can benefit the participants.
This research project investigates the following questions:
Part I: How do people physically, mentally, and narratively experience loss and grief?
Part II: How does watching/experiencing a devised performance piece on loss affect how participants’ deal with loss?
- Change in life after loss
- Grief as “walking down a dark hallway with no doors or windows to escape”
- Investigating before illness, during and after
- Grief dreams
- Memories and objects of that person
- Ritualistic structure of loss, grief and death
CHARACTERS: 10-14 roles
Dr. Noah Lelek will lead the Devising class in fall 2019 and direct the final piece created with the group. This original piece will also have the opportunity to make its international premiere at the 2020 Arts in Society conference in Galway, Ireland in summer of 2020. (Enrolling in the class and study abroad is preferred but NOT required)
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