AUDITIONS | The Exultant Stag
August 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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The Exultant Stag a musical play
featuring the Frightened Stag
Writer & Composer: Jeff Stolz
Director: Samaria Fleig
Dramaturg: Ric Averill
Open to actors, movers, and dancers ages 14 to adult.
AUDITIONS: Saturday, Aug 12 | 1:00 – 2:30 pm on the Lawrence Arts Center’s Mainstage
*If you are unable to attend auditions on this day, email Elizabeth at email@example.com or call 785-843-2787 ext. 111. We will set up a time that works for you or work out a virtual audition.
How do I prepare for auditions?
- SIGN UP: Fill out this Audition Form
- MONOLOUGE/POEM: You can EITHER prepare, a short monolouge or poem (can be memorized, but not required) OR pick up a monolouge at the audition to read.
- MOVEMENT/DANCE: If you have movement/dance experience, please prepare a short movement/dance combination OR be prepared to move/dance at auditions.
- READINGS: Auditioners will be asked to read passages from the play.
- GROUP GAMES/IMPROV: Please be prepared to work in groups and be open to improv activities.
What is the rehearsal & performance schedule?
Please note, this is the first play development of this piece. The process is a short 3 weeks, focusing on developing the script and artistic elements. This is not a typical play rehearsal process and will have minimal costumes, set pieces, and lighting elements.
REHEARSALS: Tuesday, Sept. 5 – Sunday, Sept. 16
TECH WEEK: Sunday, Sept. 17 – Thursday, Sept. 21
Friday, Sept. 22 | 7 pm
Saturday, Sept. 23 | 2 pm & 7 pm
Sunday, Sept 24 | 2pm
What is the show about?
The Exultant Stag is a surprising and off-beat musical comedy aiming to de-stigmatize mental health struggles and celebrate the bravery of seeking professional support and guidance. Written by local musician Jeff Stolz, this new and original play takes us through the world of Roman mythology combined with live dance and brand-new indie rock music.
Listen to the music HERE
Read the script HERE
Questions? Email Elizabeth Sullivan, Director of Performing Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org