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Three Brothers Theatre is seeking actors to submit for their production of Spring Awakening by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater.
Video submissions are being accepted to fill one role. Callbacks will be held in person at Three Brothers Theatre (221 N Genessee St) at a later date and time, pending actor availability.
Melchior (B4- G2) A smart, headstrong boy who refuses to bow down to society's rules. An atheist and radical student. Struggles with his intense feelings for Wendla and his awakening sexual urges.
There is a performance stipend of $180 total and two comp tickets for the run.
Actors of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, and abilities encouraged to submit. Note: due to the show's themes, actors cast need to be 18+. Note: Traditionally this musical presents characters who are white, cis-gendered, and able-bodied, however, we are excited to work with actors who do not necessarily identify with any or all of the above. If this applies to you, please feel free to let us know if there is a particular role you would like to be considered for.
NOTE: This production DOES contain sexual content and nudity. This production DOES contain themes of mental illness, depression and death. This production DOES contain some violence. All intimacy and violence will be choreographed to ensure safety for all involved.
Rehearsals begin on Monday, July 8th and will be scheduled around actor availability. Rehearsals will typically run Saturday and Sunday afternoons and Monday-Wednesday nights, dependent on actor availability. Rehearsals will be held at Three Brothers Theater. Carpooling from Chicago and Milwaukee may be arranged and available.
Tech will be the week of September 1st. There is one preview performance Thursday September 5th. The show runs September 6th-28th. Performances will be Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm with one Sunday performance (September 15).
Material To Prepare:
Please prepare 32 bars of a rock/pop or contemporary musical theatre song and a one minute contemporary monologue in a video submission.