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Upcoming Auditions

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Triad Theatre Company in Residence at Curtain Call Theatre presents

Romeo and Juliet

Directed by Allison Foster

AUDITION DATES
Sunday, June 9 @ 7 PM
Monday, June 10 @ 7 PM
Callbacks: Tuesday, June 11 @ 7 PM

PERFORMANCE DATES
September 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29

SCHEDULE YOUR AUDITION
To schedule an audition, please email triadtheatrecompany@gmail.com

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please bring a resume, photo, and a list of conflicts from July - September.

SYNOPSIS
Romeo and Juliet is the ultimate love story; two young lovers torn apart by feuding families. Although the original text was set over 400 years ago, we as a society can still see ourselves reflected in the characters. This production will examine what this story would be like in our current times as a young summer romance. In producing Romeo and Juliet set in modern-day, our aim is to honor Shakespeare's timeless tale while infusing it with the vibrancy and complexities of modern society.

CAST

Romeo
Juliet
Benvolio
Lord Montague / attendant
Lady Montague
Capulet
Lady Capulet
Nurse
Mercutio / Paris / attendant
Prince / ensemble
Sampson / John  / Guard 1
Gregory / Friar
Abram / Servant / Apothecary
Tybalt / Guard 2

CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS

ROMEO - Son of MONTAGUE
BENVOLIO- Montague cousin of ROMEO
ABRAM - Montague
LORD MONTAGUE - Father of ROMEO
LADY MONTAGUE - Mother of ROMEO
JULIET - Daughter of CAPULET
TYBALT - Capulet cousin of JULIET
SAMPSON - Capulet
GREGORY - Capulet
LORD CAPULET - Father of JULIET
LADY CAPULET - Mother of JULIET
NURSE - Capulet servant to JULIET
MERCUTIO - Friend of ROMEO
PARIS - To wed JULIET
PRINCE - Prince of Verona
FRIAR LAWRENCE - Marries ROMEO & JULIET
JOHN - Carries message for FRIAR LAWRENCE
APOTHECARY - Sells poison to ROMEO
CITIZENS, SERVANTS, MUSICIANS, GUARDS, etc.

AUDITION SIDES







 

Given the high volume of actors auditioning for the roles of Romeo and Juliet, as well as the other young characters in the show, we ask that actors interested in either of these roles, or any of the young characters (i.e., Benvolio, Paris, etc.), prepare the following monologues in addition to the scenes that have been posted above. 



NOTE:
Due to the volume of people auditioning for Romeo & Juliet, there is no guarantee that we will ask you to present these monologues at the regular auditions; we may, instead, wait until callbacks and ask actors to present your monologue(s) then.



 

 

 

 



 
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