We will be holding auditions for Ray Bradbury's KALEIDSCOPE on Monday, June 21, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at King's College Theatre. If necessary, call backs will be held the following evening, June 22 at 6:30 p.m., also at King's Theatre. Please note auditions will be held in person and masks are required within campus buildings.
If desired, please prepare no more than 30 seconds of a contemporary monologue of your choice; sides will also be available for additional reading. If you cannot attend on Monday evening, but still would like to audition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Synopsis: What would you do if you were a million miles from Earth and your rocket ship was hit by a meteor and suddenly split open, leaving you floating in space with only your communicator to link you to your six crew members? Don't know? Faced with this problem, Bradbury's people contemplate their fate and philosophize about life and its purpose. This play is not only a director's dream of possibilities but also a marvelous chance for actors to dig into their beings and face questions of profound magnitude.
Cast: 7 actors; gender neutral; adult, wide age range Rehearsals: June 28 - July 14 (this is a one-act script and a shorter rehearsal period) Performances: Late evenings of July 15, 16, and 17 Format: This is a one-act play that will be presented in a unique hybrid and immersive format.
GETTING TO KING'S COLLEGE THEATRE The theatre is located in the Administration Building, highlighted in pink on the map below. Parking may be available in Lot A (Holy Cross Lot), which can be accessed by turning right onto North Franklin Street from West Union Street. If the gate is down, please press the button and say you are here for auditions in the theatre. Additional parking may be available in Lot B if the gate is up. Walk across campus to enter the building through the Mulligan Science Building (labeled 4). After entry, the double doors to the theatre will be immediately on your left.
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