Fall 2019 Production

God of Carnage


A play by Yasmina Reza

Translation by Christopher Hampton

This production will be directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson

Scenic Design for this production will be done by Dathan Powell

Crew Interviews and Auditions will take place near the Studio Theater here on the UIS campus (Level 1, Public Affairs Center a.k.a. the PAC) on Tuesday, September 3rd and Wednesday, September 4th. 

  • Crew Interviews will begin at 6:00 pm each day–Please first meet at the Studio Theater main entrance.
  • Auditions will begin at 7:00 pm each day–Please first meet at the Studio Theater main entrance.
  • Call Backs will begin for some at 7:00 pm, on Thursday, September 5th

A limited number of scripts ARE NOW AVAILABLE for check out at the front desk in Brookens Library, here on campus. These auditions are OPEN to everyone (students, non-students, etc.). Headshots/Resumes are appreciated but are not required. Prepared 1-minute contemporary monologues are appreciated, but are also not required.

Performance Dates are set for October 25-27 (Friday through Sunday) and October 31-November 2 (Thursday through Saturday), 2019 in the Studio Theater, Level 1, of the Public Affairs Center (PAC) on the UIS campus.

Those Interested in Working Backstage

Those interested in working backstage (stage managers, props crew, sound research, costumes, dresser, running crew) are asked to attend one night of these auditions, fill out an audition form, and indicate the area of interest as backstage. The production team will take a few minutes to meet with you to discuss your area of interest.


Please fill out an audition form when you arrive prior to the auditions 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 resumes are appreciated, but are NOT required.

UIS THEATRE invites all theatre artists to audition for roles or apply for backstage work in 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.