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Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist
Blue Hour Theater Group

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  • Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist
  • Blue Hour Theater Group
  • Non-Union Theater
  • Theater or Stage
  • Open to All
  • Seattle , WA
  • Project Begins: May 3, 2019
  • Project Ends: Jul 28, 2019


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    Prefered method of submission: Email

    Audition Location:
    Freehold Theater Lab
 517 Maynard Ave S,
 Seattle, WA 98104

Blue Hour Theater is performance art educating the public on Climate Change. Our group will be the first of its kind for Seattle. The mission is simple: save the planet by displaying solutions. Think you can’t do anything about this crisis? Our troupe will not only entertain you with stories, but show the world that much can be done to correct the damages. If being an actor and an activist is what drives you, then come on out and get involved. If the project succeeds then it will become a yearly event.

 

Other details:
Brief Synopsis
TWO DEGREES
 by Tira Palmquist
Directed by Tiffany Smith

Emma Phelps is a paleoclimatologist, focusing on ice in Greenland. In drilling and studying ice core samples, she sees first hand the symptoms of our changing planet, which makes the need to act all the more crucial and urgent. In addition to her growing sense of urgency for the planet, Emma, as a recent widow, experiences grief that compounds itself with each passing month. Now she’s been asked to Washington D.C. to testify in a Senate committee regarding climate change legislation, and in this intersection of science and politics, of politics and the personal, the finds more than just a little is breaking up under the strain of change.

Rehearsals and Run
The show will perform at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in West Seattle.
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
 4408 Delridge Way SW

Seattle, WA 98106
Show Schedule:

June 28th-July 27th* 

Friday’s and Saturdays at 8pm


Rehearsals:

First read through is April 13th
Rehearsals begin May 6th and run til June 27th
7:30 - 9pm, Location TBD (most likely at a space in W. Seattle).
* The show will run the weekend of July 4th

 

Character Breakdown / Project Needs
Character Breakdown/Project Needs
Blue Hour Theater is not going age-specific with this production and embraces non-traditional and color conscious casting. All are encouraged to audition.
The roles of Emma and Clay are precast. The roles of Louise and Jeffery are still open.

Emma Phelps (role has been cast)

A frozen person on a warming planet. A paleoclimatologist, who studies ice, with the University of Boulder and the National Centers for Environmental Information.


Clay Simpson (role has been cast)

Lobbyist for a multinational mining company. A pragmatist, and, despite everything, a good guy 


AUDITIONS BEING HELD FOR:
Louise Allen (role available)

Senator from Michigan. Old college classmate of Emma’s. A powerful woman in a powerful city.
 


Jeffrey Phelps (role available)

Emma’s late husband. A sexy poet.

The actor playing Jeffrey also plays:


Eric Wilson 

(Senator Allen’s Chief of Staff. A very good manager. Smart and sardonic.)
And 

Malik Peterson 

(An extreme weather carpenter at various scientific research facilities in Greenland. Shy but a bit of a flirt. Strong, and capable.)

Audition/Interview Dates:
April 6th 2019 3:30-4:30

Callbacks or second audition/interview?
April 6th 2019 4:30-5:30

Audition Requirements:
Requirements: Please perform a one-minute monologue and be prepared for cold readings from prepared sides.

We can email you sides once audition is confirmed.

Callbacks: TBD, as needed

Monetary compensation:
This is our troupes first show. There will be rigorous fundraising done by the project manager. Portions of the funds raised will be split evenly amongst the cast and crew.

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