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Offline Squire Peach

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2009 GLMF Cast Audtions
« on: January 27, 2009, 05:13:05 PM »
Come one come all for the Great Lakes Medieval Faire In house cast auditions!!!


The first few dates are by appointment only.

Fri. March 6 -  5-9p   by appointment
Sat March 7 - 12-6p by appointment
Sun March 8 - 12-6p by appointment

Fri March 13 - 5-9 by appointment
Sat March 14 -12-6p All day Cattle Call, come any time

More to be posted later.

Please prepare a one minute monologue. MUST BE MEMORIZED!! If you have other talents that you would like us to consider please be prepared. For example, musical instruments, singing, juggling, gymnastics.

Shakespeare is not recommended. Please choose something that best represents your talents. If there is a specific role you would like, take that into consideration when choosing a monologue. Don't do a clown act if you want to play the King!

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Squire for FreeLancers and EmoMojo Joust Troupes
Nanny O'Bey shire shepherdess Great Lakes Medieval Faire

Offline Squire Peach

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Re: 2009 GLMF Cast Audtions
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2009, 04:30:29 PM »
To set up your appointment please email Sarah C. cast entertainment director at:

Pantageous@aol.com
subject: GLMF Auditions



Hope to see you in March!
Squire for FreeLancers and EmoMojo Joust Troupes
Nanny O'Bey shire shepherdess Great Lakes Medieval Faire

Offline karabear323

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Re: 2009 GLMF Cast Audtions
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2009, 10:28:34 AM »
Here are a few websites that have both period and modern monologues. Some of them are organized by gender and type.

This should make browsing easier--if you want to play a dark character choose a dramatic one, a goofy character a comic one.

I suggest not using Shakespeare--under pressure his beautiful words can tongue tie even the most seasoned auditioner.

Also remember that your monologues are to be only one minute long. With most of these you'll need to shorten them (in a logical way) to one minute.

The list:

http://www.monologuearchive.com/

http://www.actorpoint.com/monologue.html

http://notmyshoes.net/monologues/

http://www.monologuesearch.com/ <= You'll have to create a free account with this one.

Hope this helps!

-Kara
2004: Scherazade
2005:Illiyana Beshalde(PTCast)
2006: Fanny Little
2007: Fanny Little
2008: Camilla Avenel

 

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