Audition Update: Utah Shakespeare Festival LA Audition Dates and A Noise Within’s Macbeth

A Noise Within is taking submissions for Macbeth, which will run March 8 – May 11, 2014, directed by Larry Carpenter. Interview date is Dec. 13. Breakdown and complete details can be found on www.actorsaccess.com. This is a ritualized version of Macbeth in which a racially diverse cast will play ‘Celebrants’ in the Ritual of Macbeth as well as specific roles. www.anoisewithin.org 

Utah Shakespeare Festival will hold AEA EPA auditions for its 2014 Festival November 19 and 21 at the Colony Theatre in Burbank. The season will include The Comedy of Errors directed by Brad Carroll, Henry IV pt. 1 directed by Brian Vaughn, Measure for Measure directed by Laura Gordon, Into the Woods directed by Jeremy Mann, Sense and Sensibility (world premiere adaptation by Joseph Hanreddy & J.R. Sullivan) directed by Joseph Hanreddy, Twelfth Night directed by David Ivers, Boeing Boeing directed by Christopher Liam Moore, and Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure directed by J.R. Sullivan.

Season Dates:
05/07/14 – 08/30/14 – Summer Season
05/07/14 – 10/18/14 – Summer/Fall Season
08/11/14 – 10/18/14 – Fall Season

USF operates in a rotating repertory schedule. All actors will be cast in a minimum of two (2) productions. Please prepare two contrasting monologues – one must be Shakespeare and in verse. You are also welcome to sing a short selection of a song, if desired. Please prepare no more than 3 minutes of audition material total. For breakdown and more information, go to www.bard.org or www.actorsequity.org.

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