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“Strange Grace” – Theatre Acting

“Strange Grace” - Theatre ActingA new stage play will be holding theatre auditions in Boulder, Colorado. Originally written in response to the Columbine High School shootings, this contemporary drama looks at the nature of violent rampage in an age when healing is the true act on courage. This project will be a part of the Theater Made in Boulder new play festival. Casting directors are looking for a female actress in her 30’s through 40’s. Theatre auditions are being held on Saturday, December 30th. Rehearsals will begin on January 2nd and run through January 28th. Check out the casting call below if you would like to apply.

2018 Theatre Audition

Where: The Avalon Ballroom – 6185 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder, CO 80303 (Araphaoe and 62nd St.), in Sodal Hall.

When: Saturday, December 30th, 2017, from 2:30 pm – 7:00 pm, by appointment.

Role: MACY: Female, 30’s/40’s – Suicidal lesbian. Androgynous, direct, smart, caring, dry wit. She has chosen an extreme look, shaved head (not required for workshop), pierced nose, and all-new motorcycle gear, an image meant to alienate, and express her own grave disaffection. Really a tender idealist hidden in a hard shell. May or may not have committed a rampage. Looking for grounded actress with wonderful range.

What: Bring a headshot and resume, and a list of available rehearsal times between January 2nd, 2018 to January 27th. Please also indicate availability in February for a run of the show in Denver.

Looking toward rehearsals nights & weekends, some days if possible.

Cold reads from the script. Optional – 1 minute prepared dramatic monologue.

Script is available on Director/Playwright Jane Shepard’s website:
https://www.jane-shepard.com/ (Look for the STRANGE GRACE visual and click on “Read the Script”.)
Equity and Non-Equity

Please contact the producer Elaine Niesen copixie@outlook.com and give available times between 2:30 pm – 7:00 pm.



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