Antigone & Medea: Audition Information
Antigone & Medea
by Sophocles and Euripedes
directed by Mike Haddad
Antigone & Medea presents two classic Greek tragedies combine for one dramatic night of theatre. In Antigone a young girl defies the king to honor her brother's death rites, while Medea brings the wrath of a scorned woman on the husband who betrays her.
Sunday, October 4, 7-10pm
Tuesday, October 6, 7-10pm
General Audition Info
No monologues are requested for this audition. The audition sides we will be using have been made available on our website. It is expected that all actors have read and familiarized themselves with all audition sides prior to their audition. It is not necessary to memorize any of the sides. If there is a side you would especially like to read, please note that on your audition form and we will try to accommodate your request.
Audition Materials: Character descriptions and audition information (including sides) are provided in advance. If you have trouble accessing these files, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send them to you.
All roles are open and available to actors of every race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and people with disabilities. We are committed to creating a diverse cast for this show including members from the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. Though characters have a listed gender, actors of all genders will be considered.
Performance date is December 11, 2020 at 8PM
Auditions are by appointment only. Please fill in the form below to make an appointment. Be prepared to stay for the full hour of your time slot.
Auditions will take place over Zoom.