We will be holding auditions for both William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Antony & Cleopatra. You are welcome to audition for one or both shows. Additionally, because there are a few characters that appear in both Julius Caesar AND Antony & Cleopatra, the actors who portray these characters will be cast in both shows. A truly unique experience!
Thursday, September 18th 6:00pm
Saturday, September 20th 2:00pm
Sunday, September 21st 4:00pm (Callbacks)
The Quad City Theatre Workshop
1730 Wilkes Ave.
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Directed by Tracy Skaggs
Show Dates: January 23, 24, 25 and 29, 30, 31
Antony & Cleopatra by William Shakespeare
Directed by Kate Farence
Show Dates: May 1, 2, 3 and 7, 8, 9
There is no need to bring anything with you or prepare a speech in advance. You may bring a monologue if you like, but it isn’t necessary. Just be prepared to read from the script and have fun! Feel free to share this event with whomever you’d like. All ages, genders, shapes, sizes, and levels of experience are welcome.
What if I can’t make it to these audition dates?
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Prenzie Players Educational Outreach Presents!
A Verse and Scene Workshop for High School Students: A Shakespeare Focus
Have you always been a bit intimidated by Shakespeare or want to work on your “classical monologue” for college auditions? Prenzie Players is offering the opportunity to approach Shakespeare’s language by taking part in group activities by exploring the text through discussion and group improvisation in a friendly, relaxed and informal setting.
We are excited to offer our first educational workshop geared exclusively towards high school students with all levels of experience.
Please join us on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at QC Theatre Workshop, 1730 Wilkes Ave, Davenport, IA from 9am-12pm for only $10.
If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check us out on the web at prenzieplayers.com.
Prenzie Players are a proud part of the Quad Cities theatre scene, but even more importantly, we are members of the community at large.
This year, we have begun to expand our community outreach to not only theatrical education in the community and in local schools, but in charitable acts of giving as well.
If you or your organization would like to be considered as a cause for our Shakespeare for a Cause series, please let us know.