The lost women of troy adapted by israeli playwright hanoch levin from euripides directed and choreographed by



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OPEN AUDITIONS

SPRING 2014

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THE LOST WOMEN OF TROY

ADAPTED BY ISRAELI PLAYWRIGHT HANOCH LEVIN FROM EURIPIDES

DIRECTED AND CHOREOGRAPHED BY

PROFESSOR RANDY BARBARA KAPLAN

Audition Information

When: FIRST WEEK OF SPRING SEMESTER 2014

Where: Alice Austin Theatre, Brodie Hall

How: No preparation necessary – audition materials will be provided at auditions

Rehearsals: The Lost Women of Troy will rehearse from January until March once a week, Fridays from 4-7 pm (no rehearsal Feb. 14). After Spring Break we will rehearse Sundays-Thursdays, 7:00-10:00 pm and Fridays 4-7 pm as needed.

There are NO REHEARSALS over Spring Break.



Performance Dates: April 23-27, 2014

Who: Auditions are open to all students (Roles: 10 M, 11 W). Ethnic diversity in

casting is a must; students who can speak any Asian language are also sought.



Chorus of Five Greek Soldiers

Chorus of Five Trojan Women Prisoners of War

Agamemnon, King of Argos, Greek Commander

Odysseus, King of Ithaca, Greek General

Menelaus, King of Sparta, Helen of Troy’s rejected husband

Neoptolemus, King of Thessaly, Greek General

Talthybius, Older Messenger, an Officer in the Greek Army

Hecuba, Defeated Queen of Troy, now a wretched prisoner of war

Cassandra, Hecuba’s last surviving daughter, blessed with the gift of prophecy

Andromache, Widow of Hecuba’s son Hector, Mother of Astyanax

Polyxena, Hecuba’s daughter who is murdered by the Greek Army

Astyanax, Andromache’s son and Hecuba’s grandson; to be cast with a female

Helen, a woman so beautiful and desirable, her face was said to have “launched the thousand ships” and caused The Trojan War

Students who are cast in faculty-directed productions can receive one (1) credit of Theatre 260: (Theatre Practicum). If you are not a Theatre Major or Minor, you can participate in three one-credit Practica over the course of your Geneseo studies to count as one Fine Arts Core class, provided your second Fine Arts Core class is not a Theatre class.
We will work around KASA Night, Sangamum, and Geneseo Bhangra performances.

To purchase tickets for upcoming productions visit the

Brodie Box Office

www.geneseo.edu/bbo

Phone: (585) 245 – 5833 Email: bbo@gmail.com

Hours:

Mondays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Tuesdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Wednesdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Thursdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Fridays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Questions? We love questions!

Randy Barbara Kaplan, DIRECTOR kaplanr@geneseo.edu

Kimberly Olsen, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR kro4@ geneseo.edu

Lori Morsch, Department Administrator



morschl@geneseo.edu or 585-245-5841


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