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Monday, January 23, 2012

CHICAGO auditions - a message from BCTC's Tim X Davis

Tim X Davis in rehearsal for BCTC's
presentation of A FEW GOOD MEN
"You can't handle the truth!"
Greetings all!

The BCTC Theatre program would like to announce auditions for our next production, CHICAGO.

Auditions will be held Thursday and Friday, January 26th and 27th from 6-9 pm each night. Auditions will be held at the Downtown Arts Center ( 141 East Main Street, ...across from the Downtown Public Library) in the Black Box Theatre. (Some limited street parking is available in the area- there are also two parking garages in very close proximity to the theatre). As this is a musical, auditions will run as such:

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- You must come with a prepared song FROM THE SHOW. "Karaoke" tracks will be provided at auditions. We only ask for a few bars (verse/ chorus will be fine) and not the entire number.

- You will be doing some simple dance steps with our Choreographer, so dress to move!

Chicago skyline ;-)

- We will do some cold reading from the script, but no prepared monologues are necessary.

- Headshots and resumes are accepted, but not required.

- For this audition, you MAY choose to come either one or both nights (your choice) BUT we ask that you please arrive ON TIME at 6 pm and be prepared to stay the entire time.

There are roles for up to 9 men and 10 women available (All ages and ethnicities). Singing and dancing experience is not required, but is a plus. The auditions are open to all BCTC students, faculty and staff AND the general population. The show dates are March 28th-April 1st, with all performances at the Downtown Arts Center. The majority of rehearsals will be held in the evenings (from 6 pm on). We WILL be rehearsing during Spring Break as well (so students, plan accordingly.)

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me by email or at the number below. Hope to see you there!

Tim X Davis

Coordinator of Theatre


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