|Fee:||$150 due at audition.|
No refunds after start of auditions.
|Auditions||March 21st 5:30–7 PM
Mon, Wed & Thu, 5:30–8:30 PM
Starting March 25
|Dress Rehearsals:||May 12–16|
7 PM Friday May 17|
7 PM Saturday May 18
2 PM Sunday May 19
Arlington Masonic Temple
|A limited number of scholarships are available for all ACT workshops and productions. Scholarship applications must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the first meeting of a production or workshop to be considered. Please contact the treasurer for more information.|
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Welcome to ACT's 2013 Spring Shakespeare production of The Tempest
Auditions are scheduled for Thursday, March 21st 5:30–7 PM
In preparation for auditions, please:
Our first rehearsal will be Monday, March 25th from 5:30–7:00 PM at ACT. We will also be rehearsing Wednesday from 5:30–7:00 PM. Please come to both of these rehearsals if you can, but you MUST come to at least one. Casting will be completed/emailed late Wednesday evening. We will have the first read-thru on Thursday, March 28th from 5:30 to 7pm. All cast must be present. If you did not bring forms and/or payment last evening, please bring everything Monday evening.
Audition Form: [pdf] [doc] This is a short survey with information so we can know more about you.
Health Form: Health information so we are prepared for any issues during rehearsals and shows.
Liability Form: Liability waivers
Behavior Form: An agreement defining our behavioral standards
When King Alonso of Naples and his entourage sail home for Italy after attending his daughter's wedding in Tunis, Africa, they encounter a violent storm. Everyone jumps overboard and are washed ashore on a strange island inhabited by the magician Prospero. Prospero and Miranda live in a cave on the island which is also inhabited by Ariel, a sprite who carries out the bidding of Prospero, and the half-human Caliban. Various plots against the main characters fail thanks to the magic of Prospero. In the conclusion, all the main characters are brought together before Prospero, who sets things right, with the help of the audience.
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Last updated: Sat Jun 1, 2013 11:02 EDT