Theatre Puget Sound Audition Listing Service
Prefered method of submission: Other
Seattle Center Armory
4th Floor, Studio E
305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
If you are interested and available to audition please sign up for a time slot here: http://bit.ly/2DHyrnO
Funhouse is recurring play anthology series inspired by The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, Saturday Night Live, Mr. Show and Adult Swim. Funhouse is a collection of subversive and experimental original content. Our show serves as a rotating platform for diverse, up-and-coming and established playwrights, directors, actors, and designers. The creators of Funhouse want artists to take bold risks in their storytelling.
Funhouse was created by Brian Toews. The first show was co-produced and directed by Anna Ly, Brian Toews, and Chris Quilici. It received its premiere at Eclectic Theater in Seattle, WA June 2017 to a sold-out run.
Funhouse II was directed by Brian Toews, Dylan Gervais, Maddy Noonan, and Mario Orallo-Molinaro and premiered at The Slate Theater in October 2017 selling out three of four performances.
Directed by Anna Ly, Brian Toews, Dylan Gervais, Megan Olson, and Mikey Moore
Production Stage Management by Barbara Cawley
This is a show for mature audiences (18+), and we have encouraged subversive and/or experimental work. Please read the scripts before auditioning. Follow the link here: http://bit.ly/2DTIEAU
Can't make it to auditions on February 24?
No problem! Let our stage manager, Barbara Cawley, know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange for you to drop-in at callbacks on February 25.
Can't make it to auditions AND callbacks?
No worries! You can video record your audition and send to email@example.com w/ headshot and resume. We casted two of our ensemble members for Funhouse this way.
Rehearsals will be Feb. 26-April 21:
Sunday afternoons 12-3pm
In the evenings Monday-Thursday from Feb. 26 - April 21 @ Various Locations TBD
First-Read Through Friday, March 2 from 7-10pm @ Seattle Armory
Designer Run Sunday, April 1 from 7-10pm @ Seattle Armory
Tech/Dress/Preview from April 22-April 25 @ The Slate Theater
Performances April 26-28 @ The Slate Theater
Rehearsal schedules will be created by each director.
A comprehensive rehearsal schedule will be available at auditions.
A few notes about the audition app and signing up process:
· The slots have been set up for 5 minutes each
· Simply put in your full name in a slot and follow the directions from there.
· Slots are first come, first serve selecting a slot quickly is encouraged if you have specific time constraints.
· Currently there is no way for actors to retrieve the audition time from the site once you've signed up, so please record your audition time before closing out the app process.
· If at any point if you need to change your time slot: please cancel your original slot first, then follow the link to book a new slot.
If you have any trouble, please contact either Brian Toews at firstname.lastname@example.org or our stage manager, Barbara Cawley, at email@example.com
Character Breakdown / Project Needs
Seeking at least four actors of color.
Ensemble of 8-10 actors.
Our Funhouse III ensemble will include actors that identify as womxn, people of color, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and any member of currently or historically marginalized groups. Anyone can audition regardless of skin color but we are seeking at least four people of color for a specific show that calls for that type of casting.
Saturday, February 24
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
Sunday, February 25
Tell us a 90 second story from your life (true or fictional) and 16 bars of a song; there may be singing involved in your role so come with a song prepared.
Please bring a resume and a headshot.
HEADS UP: There will not be an accompanist at auditions, so you'll be singing a cappella. If you're a musician and would prefer to play a little music while you sing, feel free to bring along your guitar/accordion/theremin/whatever.
We also want to reiterate that you do not need to be an extraordinary singer to be cast in the Funhouse III ensemble. The only reason we're asking you to sing a little diddy during auditions is to see if you can carry a tune. Most people can carry a tune. You'll be fine.
Funhouse vocal director Tim Albertson will help get everyone on the same page once the show is cast.
The Funhouse III music is almost entirely chorus style, so you'll be singing with your buddies. That being said, there are opportunit
Funhouse III added February 19, 2018, 10:57 am
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