My name is Philippe Gosselin, I am new to the city and the first project I want to direct is Blind Date. Even though I have just arrived I already have a cinematographer, all the equipment needed is secured and it will be shot in RED Epic.
A man and a woman meet in a fine restaurant for a blind date, they click and the date goes on. Things are rather serious but the man will suddenly make a bold move which will take the rest of the movie into comedic territory.
By David Lindsay-Abaire
Director: Harry Lavigne
Kimberly is a precocious 16-year-old going on 72. She has Progeria, a genetic disorder that ages her at four and a half times the normal rate. Fitting in at her new high school is tough, especially since she looks more like the lunch ladies than her classmates.
Auditions: Monday, September 29th from 10am-12pm
Cast requirements: 1 MALE singer/actor
We are seeking a strong singer/actor to head up our popular annual Rocky Horror show – this year in a new incarnation as a Halloween Cabaret Party! – as Doctor Frank N. Furter. This actor must be a powerful singer and a charismatic presence. Must be comfortable in drag and heels, and be able to improvise and work an audience.
Tziporah Productions will host an informal audition on Friday Oct. 3rd and Saturday Oct. 4th for a creation for DanceWeekend.
When: Friday Oct. 3, 1-3pm CCDT 509 Parliament, studio D | Saturday Oct. 4, 2-4pm Citadel 304 Parliament, lower studio
Please send in your headshot and resume ahead of time and confirm which date you will attend.
By: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Presented By: The Lower Ossington Theatre
Directed By: Alan Kinsella. (Hedwig & the Angry Inch, Hair)
Musical Direction By: Mike Ross (Hedwig & the Angry Inch)
Choreographed By: Maggie Lacasse
- October 6th and 7th.
- Call backs: October 8th and 9th.
Casting all roles.
Most performers will be expected to play multiple roles.
Application Deadline: September 28th, 2014
Dora-nominated indie company safeword (www.safeword.ca) is now accepting submissions for its upcoming production of Maypole Rose by Brandon Crone. Maypole Rose is a short but demanding piece for two male actors that will be presented in the production Circle Jerk co-produced by Soup Can Theatre and Aim for the Tangent (November 6th – 23rd).
by Sharon Pollack
Directed by Barbara Larose
Performance dates: January 23 – February 7, 2015
In this Governor General’s Award-winning play, Sharon Pollock’s takes us on a psychological journey, bringing the past to life in a search for a possible answer, a possible motive for murder. The only suspect, the real Lizzie Borden, was acquitted of murdering her father and stepmother with an axe, in 1892. But in Blood Relations, set 10 years later, the chilling question still repeats, “Did you, Lizzie?” “ Lizzie, did you?”