- Theatre in London
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- Western Summer Shakespeare – Much Ado About Nothing
Peter J. (theatreinlondon.ca admin)
From the Summer Shakespeare webpage:
Show Run: July 18-23, 2023
We are currently accepting applications for our Production Team and holding auditions both in-person and via online submission.
We are looking for passionate, collaborative and creative people who wish to aid in the creation of this production. We are currently looking for the following roles:
- Stage Manager
- Assistant Stage Manager
- Set Designer
- Costume Designer
- Sound Designer
- Production Assistant
- Director of Marketing & Outreach
- Graphics Designer
- Fundraising Manager
Deadline to Apply: March 17, 2023
Zoom Interviews: March 19-20, 2023
Production Team Application: https://forms.gle/Gz181DhvBhG8QH5WA
We are holding in-person AND accepting submitted auditions for greater accessibility. We recommend auditioning in-person if you are able.
In-Person Auditions: March 31 – April 2, 2023
Submitted Audition Deadline: March 31, 2023
Casting Call Application: https://forms.gle/KupKmR6orSops14h8
For more info follow us on Instagram: @shakespeareuwo
Western Summer Shakespeare is a longstanding tradition in the London community. It is outdoor theatre, staged on campus at Western University. The first Western Summer Shakespeare performance took place on 4 August 1981, making it the longest running campus, or indeed outdoor, Summer Shakespeare in Canada – longer than the Dream in High Park by two years!
We welcome participation – both on and off the stage – from students, staff, and friends of Western University, Fanshawe College, and from the wider London community. Auditions are normally scheduled in March-April (before classes end), and the show is rehearsed at Western in May-July. In casting the show, priority should be given to students, though all members of the community are welcome to audition and a diverse cast is welcome. Our productions run typically for five to ten nights, usually during July or early August.
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