General Audition Information
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CSU Theatre 2018-2019 Season
AUDITIONS for 2018-2019 Season
Welcome to the audition area for THEATRE. Auditions are for CSU students only.
All auditions will take place on the CSU Arts Campus, Middough Building (1901 E. 13th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114) - 5th Floor by appointment only.
To reserve your slot, please email the following information to Kate at email@example.com:
Your FULL NAME
Your CSU ID #
Your request to have an audition
Your preferred date (Nov. 19 or 20, if any)
A confirmation email will be sent to you when your slot is reserved.
COMBINED AUDITIONS FOR
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST and
TREE OF OEDIPUS
- Monday, November 19, 2018 and
- Tuesday, November 20, 2018
- Callbacks as needed on Wednesday, November 21, 2018
REQUIREMENTS: Prepare a memorized, high-language monologue totaling no more than 3 minutes. Monologues will be presented by appointment on Monday, November 19 and Tuesday, November 20 (for both directors). Callbacks will be held separately on Wednesday, November 21 by invitation only.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST written by Oscar Wilde, adapted and directed by Russ Borski
Production dates February 21 - March 3, 2019
"A trivial comedy for serious people" uses humor to play with themes of society, marriage, and relationships in a witty manner. With mistaken identities, plot twists, and madcap action, this production is a classic!
TREE OF OEDIPUS developed by the Idea Theatre in Athens and directed by Michael Mauldin, English Translation by Christina Katsaras
Production dates April 4-14, 2019. A copy of this original, premiere script can be found in the Silver Library and can be read there during regular Silver Library Hours.
This new play developed by the Idea Theatre in Athens is having its American and English language premiere at the CSU Department of Theatre and Dance. It follows the lineage of Oedipus, from Cadmus, the first man and founder of Thebes, through the story of Oedipus' fall and redemption, to the deadly civil war between his sons, and the final battle between Creon and Antigone. Compiled from several ancient Greek tragedies, including The Phoenicians, Oedipus Tyrannus, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone, and Seven Against Thebes, this sweeping story is told by an ensemble of actors through classical acting, song, dance, vaudeville, clowning, acrobatics, and combat which combine into an exciting theatrical experience. The English translation is by current CSU Theatre major Christina Katsaras.