Dance in Concert Auditions
We are pleased to announce that we will be producing Dance in Concert through a virtual format this Fall featuring incredible guest artists and choreographers from around the country! We encourage everyone to audition, regardless of previous experience, using the Zoom registration links below. Our WWU Dance Facebook Page also features informative posts about each guest artist, including Cameron McKinney, Quilan “Cue” Arnold, and Noelle Price. For each audition, it will list the choreographer, date of audition, rehearsal dates, performance dates, and where to register to audition.
Audition Sept 24, 5-7 p.m.
Rehearsals Tues/Thurs Oct 6-Nov 12, 5-7 p.m.
Performance sometime Nov 13-14 or Screendance TBD
REGISTER TO AUDITION FOR CAMERON:
Quilan "Cue" Arnold
Audition Sept 29, 5-7 p.m.
Rehearsals Tues/Thurs Sept 29-Dec 3, 5-6:30 p.m.
Performance Dec 4-5 or Screendance TBD
REGISTER TO AUDITION FOR QUILAN:
Noelle Price, Penny Hutchinson, Pam Kuntz, Susan Haines
Audition Sept 25 from 6-7 p.m.
Penny's rehearsals Fri/Sun Sept 27-Dec 4, 4-6 p.m.
Performance is a Screendance premiering in January
Noelle's rehearsals Oct 23 4-6 p.m., Oct 24 4-6 p.m., Oct 25 12-2 p.m.
Performance live Oct 25 2-3 PM PDT
REGISTER FOR SEPT 25 AUDITION:
Fall 2020 New Works Series Auditions
The Theatre and Dance Department is announcing a new works reading series for this fall that features three guest playwrights and three guest directors from around the country and beyond. The series attempts to expose students to opportunities that would not otherwise be available, including experiencing new and exciting literature, and working with professional directors, playwrights and actors who we normally would not be able to invite to campus due to distance or scheduling conflicts. Check out the New Works Reading Series webpage for more information about the guest artists, shows, and performance dates.
Auditions are on September 28 from 6pm until 9 pm and everyone is encouraged to audition, regardless of previous experience or declared major/minor. You can sign up for an audition time by visiting the New Works Reading Audition webpage and completing the webform found there. For auditions you will be asked to read from one of the scripts and there will be callbacks September 29-October 3. There are parts for over 40 readers. Questions can be sent to Mark Kuntz at email@example.com.
All Theatre and Dance Department auditions are open to all students! You do not need to be a major or minor to get involved, so feel free to join us on this collaborative adventure!
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