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Audition (Edmonton): 2015 General Auditions – Concrete Theatre

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Audition (Edmonton): 2015 General Auditions – Concrete Theatre

Concrete-logo-FB1Call For Resumes – Concrete Theatre’s 2015 General Auditions

Artistic Director Mieko Ouchi and Artistic Associate Caroline Howarth invite actors to apply for general auditions by submitting a resume and headshot. Successful applicants will be contacted to book an audition.

Please submit your resume electronically to or deliver it to our office (Suite 17, 6th Floor, 7 Winston Churchill Square, T5J 2V5) before Monday, May 25, 2015.

Audition Requirements for Successful Applicants:

• Two contrasting contemporary monologues, one of which is Canadian. Total time: 10 minutes.
• This year we will not be hearing any songs. If you do sing, please indicate that on your resume.
• Concrete Theatre attended Emerge 2015 so if you attended, please do not apply for an audition as we will be doing specific call backs for people we are interested in seeing.


• Wednesday, May 27 11:00 am – 8:00 pm, Thursday, May 28 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
• You will be contacted by Cat our booking coordinator to book a 20 minute slot.
• Priority will be given to Equity/ACTRA members and registered Apprentices on the 1st day.


• Stanley A. Milner Library Building, 7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

2015-2016 Season:

The Bully Project by Mieko Ouchi Target audience: Grades 4-9
A participatory project that explores the complex reasons why bullying behavior happens and what young people and the adults who care about them can do about it. Extensive audience interaction and improv are key, which will be performed by 3 actors for 100 students at a time in two versions: one for Grades 4-6 and one for Grades 7-9. Improvisation, participatory experience a plus.

The Early Bloomer by Jana O’Connor Target audience: Elementary
A remount of our 2010 production, the play follows Maisy Daisy and her best buds in their hilarious adventures in the 5th Row of the Garden Plot as Maisy faces the embarrassing and exciting challenges of blossoming a little sooner than her pals. With the help of Principal Gardener, her parents and her fellow daisies, Maisy figures out how to stand tall, be proud and find a new found be-leaf in herself. Requires ability to do some light tumbling.

Under Cover by Mark Haroun Target audience: Grades 7-12
A remount of our 2010 production. On the surface, Ella is just like any other girl wandering the halls of a Canadian High School. But when Ella makes the decision to wear a hijab after a life changing summer overseas, suddenly her religion is front and centre. Faith, fear and acceptance are called into question, especially when her friends are forced to engage with their own assumptions, stereotypes and backgrounds. Winner of the 2010 Sterling for Outstanding Production for Young Audiences.

Concrete Theatre is a 25 year old professional Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) company whose mandate is to produce artistically excellent, challenging and culturally diverse theatre for young people and their families. Our critically acclaimed and Dora and Sterling award winning productions have included: I Am For You, The Antyssey, The Bully Project, Under Cover, Routes, The Early Bloomer, Smokescreen, Apples and Oranges, Jeremy Fisher, Nami Namersson, The Viking Who Liked To Name Things, The Shape of a Girl, Offensive Fouls, The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane Mosquito, The Plum Tree, Lig & Bittle, Are We There Yet?, Rice and Naomi’s Road. We tour productions to Elementary, Junior and Senior High schools in Edmonton and across Alberta. We occasionally do main-stage productions in Edmonton, and tour nationally. Concrete Theatre also produces Sprouts, an annual new play development festival for kids. Please visit our website in advance for additional information and history about the company.

Concrete Theatre is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) and engages, under the terms of the Canadian Theatre Agreement, professional artists who are members of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.

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