Audition (Calgary): Season 22 General Auditions for Youth Ages 10 to 17 – Calgary Young People’s Theatre

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Audition (Calgary): Season 22 General Auditions for Youth Ages 10 to 17 – Calgary Young People’s Theatre

Audition Sign Up is now OPEN for youth ages 10 to 17! Visit us at www.cypt.ca!

Audition Sign Up is now OPEN for youth ages 10 to 17! Visit us at www.cypt.ca!

It’s that time of year again…

Calgary Young People’s Theatre: Season 22 General Auditions!

Call all young performers ages 10 to 17!
Come on out and audition this September with Calgary Young People’s Theatre!

WHEN:
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
5:00pm-9:00pm
Thursday, September 4, 2014
5:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, September 6, 2014
10:00am-5:00pm

Please call 403-242-7118 x 1 or email [email protected] to book your 15 minute audition time!

WHERE:
West Village Theatre: 2007 10 Ave SW- alley entrance

WHAT TO BRING/PREPARE:
Please prepare a monologue, no longer than 2 minutes in length. Be sure to prepare a monologue that you like, that you can relate to, and that can show off your abilities. You will also be asked to read some sides from the shows. Your audition may include some improvisation and movement. Come prepared to play!
Please bring a resume and picture.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to fill out form and read sides.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 403-242-7118 x 1.

COST:
Please note that when cast in a production with CYPT, program fees will be applied. The cost is $460, including a membership fee as CYPT is a not-for-profit organization.

CYPT also has a strong Bursary Program that can assist with this cost. Please speak with CYPT Management for more information or if you have any questions or concerns.

THE PLAYS:

POETICALLY POETICAL: A POEMS PERFORMANCE
November 2-16, 2014
Various Calgary Public Libraries
Directed by Shandra Gallant
A performance of ballads and odes,
Sonnets, verses and prose.
Scale the heights of haikus
Rhyming couplets we’ll cruise
Where we’ll end up nobody knows!

This is a creation based process where actors cast will have an active hand in creating the script for the play. This show tours to various libraries all over the city and rehearses out of the Shaganappi Public Library on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons starting early September 2014.

THE SLEEPY HOLLOW PROJECT
Inspired by The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
Directed by Kristin Eveleigh
November 20-29, 2014
West Village Theatre

Whatever happened to Ichabod Crane?
You know the legend, now discover the truth.
Ten years after his mysterious disappearance, seemingly at the hands of the feared Headless Horseman, a young and idealistic New York City detective descends on the town of Sleepy Hollow to find the truth. What he finds is a community in shambles, where rumours and insidious theories run wild, and a formidable yet unseen force committed to keeping the secret of Ichabod Crane buried forever. Join us on the adventure this November, but be warned, the journey to Sleepy Hollow is a dangerous one. Where the sun dies…hell is waiting.

Rehearsals begin early September 2014 and are Wednesday evenings and Saturday days at the Unitarian Church of Calgary.
This production will be scored live by the Zombie Sailor Moon Band.

THE LOST PRINCE
Written and Directed by Jamie Dunsdon
March 5-14, 2015
West Village Theatre

In a cottage in the English countryside lives a boy. Hidden away by his own family, the world has long since forgotten he exists until one day he meets a young girl, who learns the truth: he is a Prince of England… and that’s not his biggest secret.
Based on a true story.

Rehearsals for the Lost Prince will be on Tuesday evenings and Saturday days starting in December 2014 at the Unitarian Church of Calgary.

Visit us at www.cypt.ca for more information about Calgary Young People’s Theatre and our upcoming 2014/15 camps, classes and productions!

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