Sunday, October 15, 2006

Auditions for Sherlock Holmes! Oct 21st

Our auditions for "Sherlock Holmes and the case of Doyle's Diary" by Erik Knapp are being held the morning of October 21st at the Arlington Museum of Art.


SATURDAY October 21st starting at 10:00am
Arlington Museum of Art
201 West Main Street, Arlington Texas

An appointment is necessary.
Contact us via email (PREFERRED) with the subject line "Sherlock Audition"
info at texasradiotheatre dot com

Times and Dates subject to change

(Dates and Days are now corrected)

Monday October 30th - Readthrough 7:30pm - a location in Arlington
Thursday November 2nd - Rehearsal 7:30pm - AMA
Monday November 6th - Rehearsal 7:30pm - AMA
Thursday November 9th - Run-through / Dress Rehearsal 7:30pm - AMA

We have so few rehearsals, that we must require the attendance of ALL of them - unless special arrangements or considerations are discussed and agreed upon ahead of time.


Saturday November 11th - call 1pm Dallas Public Library
Sunday November 12th - call 2pm Arlington Museum of Art

(additional performances to be announced)

Cast and crew are voluntary. A recording of the performance will be provided. Audition sides will be available soon on our audition webpage (see below). Please bring acting resume. Headshots are optional. For more information please visit our audition page at our website: texasradiotheatre dot com

As you may know, radio theatre is unique. Although you will not be required to memorize a script, your talents must go far beyond the simple task of a dramatic reading. You will be expected to develop your character so that you have a clear image of how he or she fits into the story we are telling.

If you’re selected, you will be charged with the task of helping us paint an imaginary picture. Using words music and sounds, we must provide an environment into which the listener can enter through the power of imagination. Critical to our success is the use of sound effects. Unlike other forms of theatre, ours demands that actors understand and study the timing needed to blend in with the supporting sound effects.