The Lone Wolf Collective is accepting submissions from Union and Non-Union performers for its upcoming production of NATURE OF THE BEAST, a new play written by Brandon Crone and directed by Luke Brown. This production is a profit-share Artists’ Collective and will be performed at The Storefront Theatre from March 26th – April 12th, 2015. Successful applicants will also be asked to participate in a workshop shortly after auditions.
- February 24th – March 1st 2015 at The Storefront Theatre
- Thursday, December 4th – 6pm-9pm
- Friday, December 5th – 5pm-8pm
*If unable to attend either audition dates, video submissions are acceptable. Please let us know and you will be sent specific instructions.
When: Sunday, December 7th, 2014 1:00pm (doors open at 12:30pm)
Where: Canada’s National Ballet School, Studio 4B, 400 Jarvis St,
Format: Ballet Class & Company Repertoire
How: Please email CV and headshot to firstname.lastname@example.org by
Friday, December 5th at 5pm.
A male actor between 20 and 25, trained as an actor with particular proficiency in Improvisation Techniques, and non-union. The actor will work (part-time, based on everyone’s day-job work schedules) with the director on developing characters, character relationships, and a coherent narrative out of improvised situations. In short, we will improvise a script. We will then shoot the script as we would any feature (with a very small, professional crew working for free).
Produced by Jordan Laffrenier, Aaron Jan and Lucy Powis, “The 10/10/10 Project” is a daring, multidisciplinary production that unites 30 unique compositions from young artists of different
performative mediums to create one unified piece of dance-theatre.
By Shirley Barrie
Directed by Molly Thom
PERFORMANCE DATES: April 10 to April 25, 2015
I Am Marguerite is a tale of survival, a true but little-known story from Canadian history. In 1542 19-year old Marguerite de Roberval chose love over duty and for her sin was abandoned by her brother on the desolate uninhabited Isle of Demons off the north coast of Newfoundland. In the first terrible winter, she lost her lover, nurse and infant son. Somehow or other she managed to survive, alone, another year and a half. By the time of her rescue where the play begins she is half-mad and reduced to a state of barbarism, her world peopled by the phantoms of those who have betrayed her. This is a play for voices—the language is spare, expressive and powerful—and Marguerite’s story is fragmented, like her mind.
CAST MEMBERS, DIRECTOR and MUSICAL DIRECTOR
The Beaver Den is an original Canadian musical comedy with music and lyrics by Taylor Abrahamse and a book by Jennifer and Jaclyn Enchin. The Beaver Den has been previously produced by companies such as the “Lower Ossington Theatre” in Toronto and “Kordazone Theatre” in Windsor. Last year, the Beaver Den had the honour of travelling to the Winnipeg Fringe Festival as well as making the Toronto Fringe’s Best New Play top ten list.