Auditions: Monday, February 20
To Schedule an Audition:
For questions, or to schedule an audition, please send a submission request to Casting@haddonfieldplayers.com; and include headshot and resume (if available); and please be sure to include "Pillowman" in the subject line. Please note that some actors who submit may not be contacted for an appointment; based on the needs of the production.
Auditions for this production will consist of cold readings of sides from The Pillowman script provided by the theatre for the auditioner.
Rehearsals will primarily be held on Sunday/Monday/Wednesday evenings; and performances are May 4 - May 20.
This show contains mature language & mature themes.
Please note, the roles of Katurian and Michal have already been cast.
*This is a non-paid, non-Equity production. All roles are open.
Auditions: Monday, February 13 begining at 6:30pm.
To Schedule an Audition:
To schedule an audition (or with any questions), please send a headshot and resume (if available), along with the piece you'd like to perform, to Casting@haddonfieldplayers.com; and please be sure to include "Duets" in the subject line.
Please come with your vocal partner and a prepared piece. Pieces need not be performance-ready, but should provide a good measure of your ability to execute the song. An accompanist, CD/MP3 player will be provided.
We will have two rehearsals; and all performers will be required to attend at least one; preferably both. Rehearsals are scheduled for Tuesday, February 28th and Friday, March 3rd.
Saturday March 4 at 8pm.
*This is a non-paid, non-Equity production.
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Funding has been made possible in part by the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission at Camden County College, through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.