Shona Strauser of Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, Alaska sends this casting call. The actor can be older than 17, but must look young:
Perseverance Theatre seeks actors to audition for the mainstage role of Suresh in Rajiv Joseph’s Animals Out of Paper.
Suresh is a 17-year-old East Indian student, raised in the U.S. He’s sensitive, intelligent, artistic and confident. He’s into hip hop and origami.
For a copy of the script or to schedule an audition, please contact Shona Strauser at (907)364-2421 ext. 232, or shona at perseverancetheatre dot org
The third annual Indian Film Festival of Houston kicked off today. Tomorrow (Wednesday 9/21) they will be showing Shunya founder Soham Mehta’s short film Fatakra at 8 pm at the Studio Movie Grill.
Come by Bollywood Blast at Miller Outdoor Theatre today and swing by Shunya’s table to pick up a postcard of our latest production “The Prophet and the Poet.”
Bollywood Blast information here.
Shunya auditions tonight at the Anjali Center for Performing Arts, Sugar Land, at 7pm.
Additional information here.
Courtesy of our friends at the Tagore Society:
Two movies will be shown at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Law Building, Lower Level, 1001 Bissonnet).
Rabindranath Tagore: A Documentary by Satyajit Ray
Friday, Jun 10, 2011; 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM; Admission: $7
Created to celebrate the centenary of poet Rabindranath Tagore in May 1961,
the documentary Rabindranath Tagore comprises dramatized episodes from his
life, plus archived images and documents. Satyajit Ray has been reported to
have said, “Ten or twelve minutes of it are among the most moving and
powerful things that I have produced.”
A reception in the museum galleries follows the screening.
Introduced by Chitra Divakaruni.
More Information at:
Charulata (The Lonely Wife): Satyajit Ray Film based on Tagore novella
Friday, Jun 17, 2011; 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM; Admission: $7
A beautiful, lonely woman (Madhabi Mukherjee) in 19th-century Calcutta
drifts into an affair after her newspaper-magnate husband (Sailen Mukherjee)
asks one of his relatives (Soumitra Chatterjee) to keep her company. When
tragedy occurs, the husband realizes what is truly lost. Based on a novella
by Nobel Prize-winning poet Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941).
More Information at:
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