2015 2016 Season Auditions!

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Looking for Lilith Theatre Company says
Auditions for all three mainstage productions

Thursday, July 23 at 7pm
Sunday, July 26 at 12:30pm


St. William Church
1226 West Oak Street
Louisville, KY 40210
(parking/entrance behind church)

Looking for Lilith seeks actors for the following roles:


Prevailing Winds November 2015
original, devised script
1 F (multiple characters)

Orlando March 2015
by Sarah Ruhl, adapted from Virigina Woolf's novel of same name
Sasha (F; Orlando's lover)
1-2 Chorus (M or F; movement, individual and unison text work)

Getting Out May 2015
by Marsha Norman
Arlie (F; child/teens/early 20's at different times)
Carl (M; late 20's to early 30's)
Warden/Doctor/Principal (F; line of roles)
Ruby (F: 30's)
Ronnie/Guards (M; line of roles)

Actors should bring headshot and resume; wear comfortable clothes and be prepared to move; cold readings from the scripts.

Information about the plays:
Prevailing Winds
Looking for Lilith's new play is focused on environmental issues in relation to Rubbertown and its surrounding communities, as well as how race and class have played into the Louisville community's dialogue and action around these issues. LFL has spent the last year conducting oral history interviews with area residents, industry workers, scientists, environmentalists, activists, and more to create this dynamic story of this area of Jefferson County.

Orlando
A literary love-letter to Vita Sackville-West, Woolf follows the character of Orlando across four centuries and several continents. Fully embracing the theatrical potential of Woolf's sprawling novel, Ruhl captures the wonder, inconceivability and sheer audacity of Orlando's epic journey, beautifully illustrating Woolf's notions of the fluidity of gender and identity, and the great mysteries of time.

Getting Out
Recently-released from prison, Arlene moves into a one-room apartment in Louisville, KY, prepared to start her life over. She has been released because she is a good prospect for integration back into society, after serving eight years for second-degree murder. Arlene/Arlie works through the intrusive memory of her criminal past during the first 24 hours after Arlene's release from a prison in Alabama.
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