Women's Chorus Members Wanted for Song of the Dodo
Pacific's Theatre Department is looking for women for this year's Whiteley Lecture/Performance
Pacific's Theatre Department is hosting an extraordinary visiting production in a few weeks. Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble (PETE), who rocked the city last year with their sold-out run of R3, will bring their new show, Song of the Dodo, to the Tom Miles Theatre for one night only!
This presents you with two opportunities. You will certainly want to see the show, so please save the date now. OR, depending on availability, you may also commit to performing in the chorus for the performance that night. See the "Call for Chorus," below.
Song of the Dodo by the Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m.
Tom Miles Theatre
See this show, described as "a shriek of lamentation tucked inside a clown show, a traditional Greek tragedy devoured by a contemporary hunger," for free right here on your own campus. For more information, http://petensemble.org/event/song-of-the-dodo/
Call for Chorus:
About the Role:
The Dodo Chorus is comprised of 45 women, ages 18 and up. We are looking for diversity; all women are welcome to apply regardless of performance experience. The chorus will sing and speak chorally in a portion of the play that tells the story of Hecuba and the fall of Troy. This is an unpaid role.
Must be able to commit to all rehearsals and performance dates. For the Pacific residency, there will be ONE rehearsal, either Saturday, Nov. 23, noon to 3 p.m., or Monday, Dec. 2, TBA in the Tom Miles Theatre. Performance will be at 7:30 on Tuesday, Dec. 3 (chorus call time TBA).
Please contact Michael Johnson (email@example.com) and include the following information:
Name, phone number, email, a current photo of yourself (can be a simple snapshot), and any relevant performance experience (singing/dance/theatre/etc).
Posted by Michael Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Nov 21, 2013 at 11:42 AM
Edited by Jenni Luckett (email@example.com) on Nov 25, 2013 at 3:25 PM