-Performers cast will be double cast in two shows which will run throughout the summer as follows:
Self-Help (By Norm Foster) – July 9th to July 17th, 2013 & The Wizard of Oz – July 30th to August 9th, 2013
– Contract runs June 1 2013 and ends Aug 18 2013
– Accommodation is provided for performers in Kimberley, BC, a 15min walk from Centre 64 (main rehearsal space)
-Refundable damage deposit returned to actors at the end of occupancy.
–This is a paid contract.
Audition Requirements and Information:
-Auditions will be held on March 24th, 2013 between 12:00pm-3:00pm, at the Green Fools Space: 2404 Erlton Road SW. Actors will be given 10 minute time-slots. If you have a preferred time, please include it in your submission.
-Please provide a current resume and 8×10 headshot at time of audition.
-Performers are asked to prepare a short monologue and may be asked to read a short scene from either show. Please also prepare one song from Wizard of Oz as well as a second song of your choosing.
-Candidates will be taught a short bit of choreography during the audition so please come dressed in something you can easily move in.
-Accompaniment will not be provided so please bring a sound recording to sing to. (I-pod docking station will be available, if you require another form of music player please provide it yourself)
Those wishing to audition are asked to email Truus Verkley at : [email protected] with a headshot, resume and preferred audition time. If you are not able to attend the auditions but would still like to be considered for the 2013 season please email the above address for video submission details.
About Kimberley Summer Theatre: Kimberley Summer Theatre Society (founded 1997) produces yearly theatre shows and a summer theatre school in Kimberley BC, a small, scenic town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Our objective is to provide affordable but professional theatre for an international audience of all ages.
Every year we produce a 2 show summer season. Our shows and school run in July and August, when Kimberley is busy with tourists from all over the world.
As a not-for-profit society, we can keep our tickets prices low because of the support of our members, donators, volunteers and local government. Apart from our professional actors, we largely work on a volunteer or semi-volunteer basis.