fix/flux is a devised theatre project…
Directed/facilitated by Stuart McDougall
Produced by Matt Ayache
Designed by Brianna Kolybaba
fix/flux is a devised theatre project, and In Arms Theatre Collective’s (formerly In Arms Queer Theatre) major venture for 2016. The work will be an exploration of permanence, legacy, and lack thereof in the non-permanent art form of theatre, being devised using sources such as the work of the poet Hart Crane, The Insect Play by The Brothers Čapek, a series of failed scientific experiments, and sources brought in/created by the artists.
There will be a one-week workshop of the work in mid-April, and then a fuller rehearsal period going into performance.
- Workshop will be from April 19 – 24, 2016.
- Rehearsals in the Fall are looking to be from September 4 – 25.
- Tech rehearsals and performance from September 26 – October 2.
Due to the highly collaborative nature of this project, auditions will be held in groups of 5 with no memorized text required. Rather than an ‘audition,’ it will be more like a workshop, with the goal being to see how applicants work within the processes that will be employed over the course of this project.
We are currently looking to have 5 performers involved.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: March 12, 2016
Auditions will be held on Sunday, March 13 from 12pm – 8pm, location TBA.
Each group will be in the room for approximately 1 hour.
If interested (or if you have any questions), please contact the director at email@example.com with “In Arms – fix/flux” in the subject header, with a resume and headshot attached.
If you are unable to make the March 13 date, please specify this in the e-mail, and we will try to accommodate a second audition date.
This is a paid opportunity: there will be a guaranteed honorarium and division of ticket sales to all participating artists as payment.
In Arms is a company with high interest in social action, progression, and diversity. Thus, applicants of all ethnicity, ability, culture, gender expression, sexual orientation, education level, and experience are encouraged to apply.