Director Interviews for Alumnae’s 2012/13 season

It must be Spring at Alumnae Theatre because it’s time for the…

DIRECTOR INTERVIEWS for Alumnae’s 2012/2013 season.

 

 THE SHOWS:

February by Lisa Moore.

Performance dates:  September 21 – October 6, 2012.  This play will be a Toronto premiere (possibly a WORLD premiere if a Newfoundland production does not beat us to it!) .

The Drowning Girls by Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson, Daniela Vlaskalic

Performance dates:  November 16 – December 1, 2012

A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde

Performance dates:  January 18 – February 2, 2013

The Killdeer by James Reaney (First performed at Alumnae Theatre in 1960).   Performance dates:  April 19 – May 4, 2013

Submission Deadline:   Friday April 20th, 2012

Interview Dates:          Week of April 23, 2012 (dates and location TBA)

Scripts:                   Reading copies available at Theatre Ontario and at the Toronto Reference Library, 5th floor, Performing Arts Desk.    Exception:  February. This is not in print and so is available as a digital copy. Please  contact Tabitha Keast (TabithaKeast@sympatico.ca  ) and she will email it to you.

To apply:             Please e-mail a letter of interest to TabithaKeast@sympatico.ca by April 20th.      This should include your resume and the title of the play for which you’re  pitching.  

 At interview:  Be prepared to present a proposal to the Directors’ Selection Committee  outlining your ideas for a full production.  A template detailing what a Director’s  proposal includes is available upon request.

             This is a non-Equity/ACTRA and non-paying engagement.

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One response to “Director Interviews for Alumnae’s 2012/13 season

  1. Reblogged this on life with more cowbell and commented:
    Two birds with one stone in this: Alumnae Theatre’s 2012-13 season revealed & a chance to do a director pitch for it.

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