A DOLL’S HOUSE PART 2

Director: Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson

Scenic Designer/Technical Director: Dathan Powell

Schedule

Auditions and Crew Interviews: Sunday, January 23rd and Monday, January 24th, 2022

(Callbacks for some Actors on Tuesday, January 25th at 7:00pm)

The curtain time for Thursday, Friday and Saturday night performances is 7:30 p.m. with the Sunday performance starting at 2 p.m.

6:00pm

7:00pm

Open Crew Interviews

Open Auditions

The Studio Theatre, Performing Arts Center–Level 1, UIS Campus

Roles Available

3 women and 1 man

Nora

Torvald

Anne Marie

Emmy

was married to Torvald

was married to Nora

the Helmer family’s nanny

the daughter of Nora and Torvald

ALL ATTENDEES must follow the current health and safety protocols for UIS and UIS Theatre. Currently this includes that everyone auditioning and/or crew-interviewing must be fully vaccinated AND wear face masks.

For an electronic copy of the audition application form or crew interview form, please contact either Director, Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson (ethib1@uis.edu) or Scenic Designer/Technical Director, Dathan Powell (dpowe5@uis.edu).

Scripts WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE at the Brookens Library front desk for reserve checkout.


Work Behind the Scenes

Those interested in working backstage (stage managers, props crew, sound research, costumes, dresser, running crew) only need to attend one night of the crew interviews. Be sure to fill out a crew application form prior to the crew interviews start time via the online form and indicate the area of interest backstage. The technical director will schedule time to meet with you to discuss your area of interest.

Actors

Please fill out an audition form via the online form prior to arriving at the audition start time. Auditions will consist of “cold readings” from the script. Be prepared to make some bold choices, take some risks and have fun! Prepared monologues and headshots/resumes are appreciated, but are NOT required.

UIS Theatre invites all theatre artists to audition for roles or apply for backstage work for one of our upcoming productions. Currently enrolled UIS students are given primary consideration in casting roles and backstage assignments, as well as in determining each production. UIS Theatre strives to have our productions reflect the diversity of our world. As such, actors of all races, ethnicities, gender identifications and abilities are welcome and encouraged to audition for all of our productions.