Auditions for Prenzie Players’ productions of Henry VIII and Macbeth will be held on August 9th and 11th at 6pm, and we hope to see you there! [Facebook events: August 9th; August 11th]
Come ready to read from both scripts with your fellow actors. If you would like to perform a prepared piece, please contact us before August 9th in order to schedule a specific time for your audition. Prepared pieces will be heard during the audition times on August 9th and 11th, and you may be asked to stay and read from the scripts after your scheduled audition.
If you want to play with us but are unable to make either audition date, let us know with as much notice as possible and we will do our best to accommodate you. Callbacks will be held on August 12th at noon.
Henry VIII performs October 5th – 13th, 2018, and will be directed by Alaina Pascarella.
Macbeth, directed by Cait Bodenbender, performs January 18th – 26th, 2019. Please note that the roles of Macbeth and Macduff have already been cast, but all other roles in both plays are open for casting.
For more information or to schedule an audition time, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auditions for King John… Jan. 4, 6, and 7
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Prenzie Players is proud to announce auditions for William Shakespeare’s King John. They will be held at the Butterworth Center (1105-8th Street, Moline, Illinois 61265) in the Craft Room. Auditions will be Thursday 1/4 [6:30 p.m.], Saturday 1/6 [1.30 p.m.], and callbacks will be Sunday 1/7 [1:00 p.m.]. If you are absolutely unable to make any of those dates but still wish to audition, let us know with as much notice as possible and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Auditions will be cold reads.
ALL roles are open to anyone regardless of gender.
There is one role for a child, preferably late grade school-early high school age.
Rehearsals will begin in late February/early March.
Show Dates: 4/20, 4/21, 4/22, 4/26, 4/27, 4/28
Directed by Jake Walker
Brief Synopsis: Known historically as “The Bad King”, King John causes a wave of upheaval throughout England and France when he bucks the normal rules of succession and seizes the monarchy for himself as opposed to his young nephew. This combined with his other questionable ruling tactics puts him at odds with France, the Vatican, and his own countrymen. Wars break out, deceptions are devised, and the two countries are thrust into mayhem. All this is observed and commented on by one of John’s only loyal supporters, The Bastard.