Casting S-27 at the Toronto Fringe Festival
Produced by Intersection Theatre
S-27, by British playwright Sarah Grochala, won the Amnesty International Protect the Human Playwrighting Competition in 2007.
‘Sarah Grochala’s play, inspired by stories of those who survived the Khmer Rouge, is a blistering account of the things that we will do to save our own skins, and the way the human heart betrays us.’ Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, June 2009
We are still accepting submissions for the following role:
- The Man – 30+ formerly a district chief, he expects to get what he wants.
Auditions will be held Friday 20 April, and Saturday 21 April.
This is a profit share production directed by Yolanda Ferrato.
Actors familiar with working on fringe festivals, and possessing a general spirit of mucking in and taking ownership of the work are most welcome.
This year’s Toronto Fringe runs July 4-15, show dates and times will vary.
Part-time rehearsals will begin by late May, in Toronto.
Please forward CVs and headshots to firstname.lastname@example.org subject: “casting S-27”.