January 27, 2020 • starting at 7:00 p.m.
Flex Theatre, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts
Callbacks will be held January 28–30
Go to bit.ly/PMAauditions to sign up via the online call board.
Student Lab Theatre Company
Instructor: David Feldshuh
Spring 2020 semester
by Jennifer Haley
directed by Bryan Hagelin ’20
Performance Dates: March 12–14, 2020
Heermans-McCalmon Dramatic Writing Student Awards Presentation
Performance Date: March 20, 2020
New Works Festival
Performance Date: March 21, 2020
A GRMPA (Graduate Researchers in Media and Performing Arts) theatre lab project
directed by Kelly Richmond
Performance Dates: April 16–18, 2020
Much Ado about Nothing**
by William Shakespeare
directed by Samuel Blake
Performance Dates: April 24–25 & May 1–2, 2020
Open to all Cornell students, faculty, and staff.
Please prepare a one-minute monologue.
LGBTQIA and POC encouraged to audition.
*eTRASH is a theatre laboratory project that aims to use the tools of theatre and performance to ask questions and make discoveries, rather than prepare a production. The guiding question for the lab is "how do we perform the boundaries between 'humans' and 'nature?" Through exploring this question I hope we can uncover some of the ways humans habituate ourselves as 'separate' from our ecological networks, as well as find ways to re-familiarize ourselves with these environments. The lab will feature a series of theatre-skill workshops, discussion groups, and devising sessions. Each week participants will learn a new theatrical skill from a guest artist (for example, burlesque, clown, acrobatics, storytelling), discuss a specific ecological topic (for example, ecofeminism, environmental justice), and then bring technique and topic together to create miniature performances. eTRASH will culminate in a final public presentation of our theatrical discoveries, to be shared as a part of the Black Box Series, April 16-18. If you are only interested in auditioning for eTRASH, you can sign up for an interview slot by clicking "eTrash interviews 1/28 & 1/29" on the callboard.
**If you are auditioning for Much Ado about Nothing, you are encouraged (but not required) to audition with a Shakespearean monologue.
Questions? Contact Howie Klein at email@example.com.