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AUDITIONS

Audition for Little Women
Presented by the Stolen Shakespeare Guild
directed by Lauren and Jason Morgan

Adapted by John D. Ravold

Audition Times and Information: The auditions will be held at First Christian Church, Irving South 114 West Grauwyler Rd. Irving, TX. 75061. You may e-mail the artistic director at shakespeareguild@aol.com or call 817-988-2058 to arrange a time to audition or ask any questions. If you cannot make the audition date feel free to contact us to see if there are any other available times.
Saturday, October 14 starting at 10 a.m.
Monday, October 16 starting at 7:00 p.m.
Call backs TBA if needed.

Non-Equity Actors
1) Will provide a small stipend, stipend is based on profit sharing and participation in strike is required to receive any stipends.
2) Comps for 2 guest for first weekend of performances.
3) You receive an actor’s pass which you may use only for yourself to see our future shows on opening weekends for one year.
Example of Non-Equity Actor's Contract Click Here

Equity Actors
Equity Actors are always welcome to audition.
Contract level: special appearance level I.
We can contract up to two actors.

Preparation: Auditions will be cold readings from the script. Please bring a head shot and resume.

Rehearsals: The rehearsals will be in Irving. The Rehearsals will move to the Sanders theatre in Fort Worth the week of the production. Rehearsals will start Mid October

Performances: The productions will play December 1 – 17, 2017 at the Sanders Theatre in the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

Female Roles

Jo
Meg
Amy
Beth
Marmee
Aunt March

Male Roles

Laurie
John Brook
Mr. March
Professor Bhaer

ABOUT

A dramatization in one set of Louisa M. Alcott's novel, Little Women, a story that never will grow old for its treatment of a mother's love for her children and their appreciation. Who can forget tom boy Jo and her sacrificing her glorious hair to help finance her mother's trip to Washington, when the telegram arrived saying her father was dying? Of her writing "The Christmas Play," rehearsing Amy in the fainting scene and then the playing of the drama on the fateful night when everything went wrong. Her beautiful scenes with Little Beth when they both knew the Angel of Death was hovering near? Of her going to New York, meeting Professor Bhaer in Mrs. Kirk's rooming house, their comedy courtship and ultimate marriage

Audition Information coming soon for Shakespeare Festival