Audition for St. Joan of the Stockyards
Studio 42 in association with Stillpoint Productions will be holding
auditions next Sunday and Monday, Oct. 15-16 for the title role of
SAINT JOAN for their AEA showcase production of SAINT JOAN OF THE
STOCKYARDS. The 2007 production will be preceded by a two week
workshop this November.
Acclaimed creator/director Lear deBessonet brings her trademark
innovation to Brecht’s savage masterpiece. Set in the richly imagined
world of 1920’s Chicago and featuring an especially commissioned
original score, intrepid St. Joan and her Slaughterhouse King weave a
cautionary tale for the 21st Century. Can youth, hope and faith
survive in a world of greed and corruption?
More info after the jump…
Director: Lear deBessonet
Workshop: mid-November 2006, The Public Theater, NY
Rehearsal: June 2007
Performs: July 2007, The Culture Project, NY
SEEKING: Joan – early-mid 20s, ferocious idealist, charismatic
Salvation Army worker in 1920s Chicago.
WHEN: Sunday October 15, 10am-3pm and Monday, October 16, 6pm-10pm
WHERE: The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St.
PREPARE: 1 of 3 monologues (please see attached sides) and 16 bars of
either an American Spiritual or a Kurt Weill song.
To sign up for a slot or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org