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Auditions will take place on the bottom floor of the library on the Shoreline Community College Campus. In room 4107, the black box theater
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Tartuffe, written by Molière is a farcial comedy first performed in 1664. With themes of masculinity and religion it has found a way to stay relevant to this day. Full of crazy characters, physical comedy and social commentary this show is an exciting experience for actors and audiences alike!
Audition slots available:
May 21st, 23rd From 12:30-3:00
May 24th From 12:30-3:00
Auditions and callbacks take place in the Black Box Theater on the bottom floor of the library at Shoreline Community College
While we are a club at the school you do not have to be a current student to be involved. The opportunity is open to anyone. However the creative team is composed entirely of students, and while we do have experience in the field this is a learning experience. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to expand their skills and learn through a flexible process.
Prepare a 1-2 minute comedic monologue
June 20th- July 31st
Aug 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10
Directed by Danny Bracy
Assistant directed by Teagan Bourgette
Character Breakdown / Project Needs
MADAME PERNELLE, Orgon’s mother, is totally deluded by Tartuffe until near the end of the play.
ORGON, is the central character of the play and comes entirely under the influence of the hypocrite Tartuffe. Orgon’s religious fanaticism seems more directly correlated to his basic nature, which is extravagant and uncontrolled in all respects, Orgon tries to become the epitome of the pious person and goes to absurd extremes both in his words and deeds.
ELMIRE, Orgon’s second wife, is reasonable and represents the opposite of her husband throughout most of the play.She stays cool under the hypocrites of Tartuffe. She attempts to control her circumstances and maintain order in her household. However the men in her life continue to disrupt this, and it's up to her to repair the damage.
DAMIS, Orgon’s son and Elmire’s stepson, uses his common sense to see through Tartuffe. He is angry and short tempered, he acts rashly without much rhyme or reason.
MARIANE, Orgon’s daughter, is in love with Valère and is being forced by her father to marry Tartuffe. She is over-dramatic and innocent. Her main priority is maintaining her marriage plans with Valere at whatever cost.
VALÈRE, Mariane’s suitor, is rejected by Orgon in favor of Tartuffe. He is also of an overdramatic nature.
CLÉANTE, Orgon’s brother-in-law, tries, usually unsuccessfully, to get everyone to view things with calm and reason.
TARTUFFE, a hypocrite, is a superb scoundrel who can don any pose and become a master of it. As a religious ascetic, he convinces Orgon and Madame Pernelle that he is a devoutly pious and humble man; his obvious hypocrisy, however, is apparent to the audience.
DORINE, Mariane’s maid, is the wise servant who sees through all pretense, and, while being the inferior in terms of social position, she is the superior in any contest of wits.
Roles are open to all gender identities, ethnicities and levels of experience
May 21st, 23rd from 12:30-3:00
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
May 24th from 12:30-3:30
Prepare a 1-2 minute comedic monologue. Classical is not required but recommended.
This is an educational experience, free to participate in but no pay.
Tartuffe added May 14, 2019, 6:03 pm
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