Audition (Edmonton): Invincible Emu Productions @ 2012 Edmonton Fringe

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Audition (Edmonton): Invincible Emu Productions @ 2012 Edmonton Fringe

Timmy and the Land of the Lost Socks
Written by Mandi Maxwell
Story by Adam Hurtig, Jeremy Walmsley and Mandi Maxwell

2012 Edmonton Fringe Festival
Non-union

Audition dates:
Saturday, February 4, 2012
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Stanley A Milner Library, 6th floor, room number TBA

Timmy and the Land of the Lost SocksTimmy and the Land of the Lost Socks is an all-ages puppet show, mainly intended for children. The story is about Timmy, a sock who magically ends up in the Land of the Lost Socks; the place all missing socks go to learn an important life lesson.

Invincible Emu Productions is looking for 2 MALE ACTORS;
One actor to play Chip, Stinky, Biff, and Jessica
Another actor to play Father Sock, Lint Monster, Klop and Suaveh

**Please note that experience with puppetry is not necessary.**

WHAT TO PREPARE:
– Use the downloadable voices clips found at invincibleemu.com/auditions when preparing each character’s voice. Have 2 voices prepared for all the characters; the first you do not need to match, but don’t stray too too far from the original when making your choices. Second, match the voices the best you can. You will be asked to read the lines for each character, all which are located under “CHARACTERS/LINES” on our auditions webpage.
– Be prepared to use the puppets, which are simply just socks, when doing the voices. Keep in mind to not just have them say the lines; make them come to life!
– Please bring a headshot/resume.

Auditions will be audio recorded.
Memorization is not necessary.

Additional cold-reads may be asked of you at the audition as well.

**Please visit invincibleemu.com/auditions for the full audition notice**
**Email [email protected] to book an audition.**

Invincible Emu Productions

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