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Iron Crow Theatre 18/19 Season of Becoming - Auditions

Iron Crow Theatre is an award-winning, not-for-profit theatre and Baltimore’s queer theatre, having been named Best Breakout Theatre by Baltimore Magazine just last year! Book your audition today and be a part of Iron Crow Theatre's journey to becoming the city's next Equity theatre! Our award-winning productions draw some of the region's most respected theatre critics and directors/casting agents - from the Baltimore Sun to Arena Stage, Ford's Theatre, Everyman Theatre, and more! Iron Crow Theatre aims to produces queer theatre for a queer city, celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox in all of us. Here you’ll be challenged to do some of your best work, in a safe and professional environment, and inspired to achieve more than you ever thought possible. Overall, you’ll be proud. Because however you get involved here, you’ll be part of something big. Join us as we look to make history. You can learn more about Iron Crow Theatre and schedule an audition appointment directly by visiting www.ironcrowtheatre.org/audition.

18/19 SEASON AUDITIONS

Seeking
Local singers, dancers, actors, and/or performers of all gender identities expressions, sexual orientations, and ethnicities/races for all roles in Iron Crow Theatre's 18/19 Season of Becoming.

The Laramie Project
By Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theatre Project
Directed by John Knapp
Rehearsals begin August 19, 2018. Performances run September 14 - September 23, 2018 at Baltimore Theatre Project.

The Rocky Horror Show
By Richard O'Brien
Directed by Sean Elias
Choreographed by Quae Simpson
Rehearsals begin November 13, 2018. No rehearsals Thanksgiving week. Performances run December 14 - 16, 2018 at Baltimore Theatre Project.

The Mystery of Love & Sex
By Bathsheba Doran
Directed by Dr. Natka Bianchini
Rehearsals begin Monday, December 17, 2018. No rehearsal December 23, 2018 - January 1, 2019. Performances run January 25 - February 3, 2019 at Baltimore Theatre Project.

A New Brain
By William Finn
Directed by Sean Elias
Rehearsals begin April 30, 2019. Performances run May 27 - June 9, 2019 at Baltimore Theatre Project.

Payment
All roles are offered a multi-hundred dollar stipend.

Housing
While local performers are preferred, housing options may be available for out-of-town performers.

More Information
Auditions will be held by appointment. Please be prepared to present a memorized monologue from a published piece of theatre and/or a musical theatre selection of your choice that best shows off your range and ability. Both selections (in any order and/or cut) should not exceed three minutes in length. You may be asked to read/sing from your book and/or the script/score of the production you are auditioning for.

Audition Date, Time, and Location
All actors who are interested in auditioning should register for an audition appointment here: www.ironcrowtheatre.org/audition. In most cases, you must be available for callbacks in order to be considered for final casting. Callback information detailing what material to review will be sent via email as soon after auditions as is possible. Please note that callbacks are scheduled to take place immediately following both audition dates. It is our recommendation that you familiarize yourself with each piece in the season prior to the auditions and callbacks.

BALTIMORE
August 14, 2018: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
St. Marks Lutheran Church
1900 St. Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218

WASHINGTON, D.C.
August 15, 2018: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Adventure Theatre - MTC, Glen Echo
7300 MacArthur Blvd. Glen Echo, MD 20812

Callback Date, Time, and Location
Those actors who are invited to callbacks will receive specific information detailing exactly when they will be needed for either or both callback sessions and what material to prepare. Those who are called back for The Rocky Horror Show should be prepared to execute a brief dance combination.

BALTIMORE
August 16 and 17, 2018: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
St. Marks Lutheran Church
1900 St Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218

Rehearsals
Rehearsals for most productions take place in Baltimore, MD five (5) days a week: four (4) nights during the weekday from 7:00pm - 11:00pm and one weekend day from 9:00am - 6:00pm.

For The Laramie Project, rehearsals take place in Baltimore, MD five (5) nights a week: four (4) nights during the weekday (Monday - Thursday) from 7:00pm - 10:00pm and Sunday evening from 6:00pm - 9:00pm.

Exact rehearsal dates and times are specific to production needs and may vary based on the production itself. The above information should be used as a general guideline as you review your availability.

Performances
All performances take place at the historic Baltimore Theatre Project located at 45 West Preston Street, Baltimore, MD.

Categories:
Auditions Theater
Employer Name:
Sean Elias
Job Title:
Artistic Director
Employer Contact Information:
[email protected]
Job Submission Requirements:
Auditions will be held by appointment which can be scheduled at www.ironcrowtheatre.org/audition. Please be prepared to present a memorized monologue from a published piece of theatre and/or a musical theatre selection of your choice that best shows off your range and ability. Both selections (in any order and/or cut) should not exceed three minutes in length. You may be asked to read/sing from your book and/or the script/score of the production you are auditioning for. All actors who are interested in auditioning should register for an audition appointment here: www.ironcrowtheatre.org/audition. In most cases, you must be available for callbacks in order to be considered for final casting. Callback information detailing what material to review will be sent via email as soon after auditions as is possible. Please note that callbacks are scheduled to take place immediately following both audition dates. It is our recommendation that you familiarize yourself with each piece in the season prior to the auditions and callbacks.

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