“The first step to a better audition is to give up character and use yourself.” – Michael Shurtleff. Shunya auditions are coming up June 10! See https://goo.gl/l5aKmK for details!
Shunya will be auditioning for Shane Sakhrani’s comedy “A Widow of No Importance.” Auditions will be Saturday, January 4th (3-6 PM) and Monday, January 6th (7-10 PM). Details are available at our main page.
Here’s the announcement:
Fluid Productions will be hosting auditions for actors for the 2nd Annual Houston Talent Showcase! We’ve partnered with Naach Houston and Masala Radio to bring the best and most talented actors to the forefront of our community and present the finalists in a showcase that will ultimately give the winner a scholarship to work on film and television with Fluid Productions.Auditions are being held during the month of July but are being scheduled privately so you can show us what YOU’ve got!Please contact Moon Mehmood at firstname.lastname@example.org ORSunita Dharani at email@example.com
to schedule an audition time.Actors : Please prepare a 30 second monologue from any film or play and be prepared to share that with us. We might give you a situation and ask you to improv, be prepared for that as well.We will have 4 finalists who will each have the opportunity to make short films with Fluid Productions for the Showcase, which will be Friday September 06.We hope to see YOU audition for the Houston Talent Showcase!
Can you help me cast for the H-Town Multicultural Film Festival Trailer. The trailer will be 15 seconds long. I’m looking for a 70-100 year old Indian man who can play an instrument (guitar type) and a young 6 year old Indian boy or girl. I wanna do something like this International Film Festival Trailer
AUDITIONS FOR SHUNYA THEATRE
A play by Ira Hauptman
Directed by Sara Kumar
Set Design by James V. Thomas
Lighting Design by Kris Phelps
The show will run August 2nd – August 18th, 2013
@ 14 Pews in the Heights
Rehearsals begin mid-June.
Auditions will be held on Saturday, March 16th, 2013 from 1 – 5 PM
@ Midtown Arts Center
Please email Sara@ShunyaTheatre.org with headshot, resume, and preferred audition time. Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared for cold readings from the script. For more info about Shunya, please visit www.ShunyaTheatre.org.
SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN, a mathematician from India; he ages from 26 to 32 during the play.
G.H. HARDY, Professor of Mathematics, Trinity College, Cambridge University; he ages from 36 to 42.
NAMAGIRI OF NAMAKKAL, the Hindu goddess, mid-20s, beautiful.
ALFRED BILLINGTON, Professor of Classics, Trinity College, Cambridge University, mid-late 40s
PIERRE DE FERMAT, seventeenth-century French mathematician, mid-late 40s.
London POLICE OFFICER, 40s-50s, can be played by the actor who plays Fermat.
ABOUT THE PLAY:
Two geniuses. Two worlds. One maddening riddle. In 1913, a young, self-taught mathematical genius in India named Srinivasa Ramanujan is invited to England to work with G. H. Hardy, a Cambridge professor. But just as mathematics draws these two men from vastly different cultures together, it also possesses the power to destroy them. A riveting fantasy based on real events.
“This is one terrific theater evening…a play which grabs you from the beginning and takes you through an often funny, but moving and deeply human experience.” Berkeley Daily Planet
I received a casting call from Pratima Agrawal:
Looking for a South Asian male actor for a new play entitled Gods and Idols, by Austin playwright Jason Rainey. The play will be performed as part of Austin’s Frontera Fest Long Fringe Festival in January/February 2013.
Gods and Idols centers on the growing obsessions of a young couple, Harris and Joan. While driving on the interstate a few years earlier, Harris nearly strikes a Sikh man on a bicycle. Now Harris finds the man haunting his dreams, circling his apartment on the same bicycle. Who is this man, and what does he want to tell Harris? Meanwhile, Joan spends more and more time following a local musician, but who has more to gain from Joan’s loyalty? Harris and Joan strive to comprehend their fixations without losing their identities.
ROLE: Man on Bike – Indian male; 20s-30s
While auditions for other roles will not take place until September 2012, we are looking to fill this role early. Rehearsals will begin in October 2012. All rehearsals/performances will take place in Austin. While we cannot offer travel/lodging compensation, there will be possible deferred pay following the festival.
If interested, please submit headshot/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Omlie is looking for an actor, age 20-35, to play a British Indian man for a rehearsed reading of her play Absolution at Country Playhouse on March 25. There will be a few rehearsals, no need to get off book. Not a paid role.
You can contact Lisa at LisaOmlie at aol dot com.