Missed the original deadline? You can submit a proposal to direct either of these two plays:
Based on her acclaimed novel of the same name, Lisa Moore’s play February is the story of Helen, a Newfoundlander whose husband, Cal, was killed in the Ocean Ranger Disaster in 1982. February is about moving forward, about never letting go and about doing the right thing. Its characters are vivid and wonderful and the story is as funny as it is sad. Alumnae Theatre’s production will be the Toronto premiere – a new version of the script, based on a workshop in March 2012.
“A Woman of No Importance” by Oscar Wilde (January 25 – February 9, 2013)
A classic Oscar Wilde comedy: England, late 1890’s – a man, a woman, and the child they had outside of marriage (oh, my!). Lord Illingworth has employed young Gerald as his new secretary. But when Gerald’s mother, Mrs. Arbuthnot, meets her son’s new boss they immediately recognize each other from their youthful days of indiscretion. Will Gerald learn his father’s true identity? What of Lord Illingworth? And how will Mrs. Arbuthnot live with the result?
DEADLINE: Monday May 21st, 2012
INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday May 23rd between 7:00pm and 9:30pm. Location TBA.
SCRIPTS: Reading copies are available at Theatre Ontario and at the Toronto Reference Library, 5th floor, Performing Arts Desk.
February is also available as a digital file. Please contact Tabitha Keast (TabithaKeast@sympatico.ca) for a copy.
TO APPLY: Please submit an e-letter of interest to TabithaKeast@sympatico.ca by May 21st. We’ll need you to submit via email a full written proposal and your resume by Tuesday May 22nd so that we can review it before your interview. At the interview you will present the 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.
Reminder: This is a non-Equity/ACTRA and non-paying engagement.