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The Theatre Group at SBCC
announces open auditions for

 

 

SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE THEATRE ARTS DEPARTMENT
announces auditions for a student showcase production of

                                   

  All In The Timing  
(A series of One Act Plays) by David Ives

Directed by Maggie Mixsell

Tuesday, September 13th   4:30-7:30 PM
Wednesday, September 14th   5:30-8:30 PM

   By appointment in the Jurkowitz Theatre
Callbacks: Monday, September 19th
Final Casting:  TBD

Rehearsals begin:  TBD
Performances: November 9th-November 19th
CASTING CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS

  

 

All in the Timing is comprised of six short one acts described below.
Actors may be cast in one or more of the one acts.

 

TIME FLIES  (2m, 1 w):  Two lonely but sweet young mayflies Horace and May, meet at a pond and really hit it off.  Unfortunately Horace and May watch a nature program on the first night out and discover they have a life span of only one day and their lives are already half over.

ARABIAN NIGHTS (1m, 2w or 2m, 1w):  Utterly normal Norman walks into ordinary Flora’s shop looking for a souvenir of his travels and together they find whirlwind romance, spurred on by a wacky translator.

FOREPLAY (3w, 3m):  Three miniature golf games take place simultaneously, as all six characters couple up and run through a dating-dance routine to the rhythm of golf terms, and sexually fraught remarks.

WORDS, WORDS, WORDS (2m, 1w):  This recalls the philosophical adage that three monkeys typing into infinity will sooner or later produce Hamlet and asks:  What would monkeys talk about at their typewriters?

UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE (1w, 1m):  brings together Dawn, a young woman with a stutter, and Don, the creator and teacher of Unamundo, a wild comic language.  Their lessons sends them off into a dazzling display of hysterical verbal pyrotechnics---and of course, true love.

A SINGULAR KIND OF GUY (1m):  Mitch is a young guy talking to a girl in a bar. She's nice, but he's got this sort of confession. There's something she ought to know—on the inside, he isn't really a guy at all. He's an Olivetti electric self-correcting typewriter.



RESERVATIONS FOR AUDITIONS BEGIN ON Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 6, 2016

CONTACT 965-0581 x2376 or stop by the Production Office, DM152,  and speak with Christina Frank to get an appointment and pick up sides for the character Monday thru Thursday 10:00am-4:00pm.

 

 

 

 

  

The Theatre Group at SBCC invites

Actors to submit casting information for upcoming season.

The Theatre Group at SBCC, in preparation for the upcoming season that begins in summer of 2016, we are inviting actors to submit headshots and resumes for future casting consideration.

The Theatre Group at SBCC (formerly SBCC Theatre Group) is the oldest active theatre company in the Santa Barbara region with a long history of artistic excellence. We work with union and non-union actors and present a wide-ranging season of five productions that generally include a musical, contemporary dramas and comedies, as well as classical plays. Our season runs from summer through spring each year. For the 2016-2017 season, starting in July 2016, we will be presenting VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE, OTHER DESERT CITIES, A FLEA IN HER EAR and RABBIT HOLE

Actors should submit materials to Pam Lasker, Theatre Manager, The Theatre Group at SBCC, 721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, California, 93109. Electronic submittals and/or web resume links may be sent to Pam Lasker at sbcctg@sbcc.edu, please put "casting" in the subject line. Open audition notices are sent out by email for each production. Please include your email address if you would like to receive notices.

 

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