UGF Theatre and Act Normal Theatre seeking actors and actresses
Thespians old and new interested in auditioning for upcoming productions by two theater companies in Great Falls can try out for both in the same day at the same location this weekend. More than 35 roles need to be filled.
Both the directors of the University of Great Falls Theatre Festival of New Student Works set for April, along with directors of Act Normal’s Dinner Theater production of the comedy “Death and Taxes” hold open auditions on Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the UGF Theater building.
People are welcome to sign up for a specific slot on the call board at the back of the theater, or folks can show up without an appointment. People will be welcomed in every 45 minutes and the directors will work folks into the first available time slot as the days progress.
The Festival of New Student Works will feature Montana the Musical, written by Kenneth Taylor, a variety show put together by Jessica Burton and a collection of short plays by Saif Alseigh.
Burton is in search of four men and four women. The show is a mixture of, “singing, scenes and dancing.” Actors don’t need to be able to do all three. All ages and types are eligible.
Taylor is in search of actors and actresses from ages 18 to 40+ to play leads and supporting roles. stage hands and dancers are needed as well.
Alseigh is in search of one man and one woman that both can dance for a Baghdad wedding and two men for the other plays. Middle Eastern or other ethnic actors are encouraged to audition.
And finally, Act Normal is in search of nine actors and actresses combined between the ages of 25ish to 55ish to play a variety of characters.
For more information on the auditions, check out the event Facebook page here.