Cotuit Center for the Arts announces auditions for "Inventing Van Gogh"

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 elow you will find an audition notice for an upcoming performance on Cape Cod. If you have an audition you would like to post, email all pertinent information including name of the performance, audition dates, location, times and role requirements to [email protected].

Auditions for Inventing Van Gogh by Steven Dietz

Director Toby Wilson will hold open auditions for Inventing Van Gogh by Steven Dietz at Cotuit Center for the Arts on January 10 at 7pm and January 12 at 11am or by appointment. 

Callbacks will be held on January 19 at 11am.

Casting is available for 4 men playing range mid twenties to late fifties and 1 woman playing range early to late twenties.  Characters include Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Doctor Gauchet and his daughter Marguerite.

To audition by appointment, please call the Arts Center at 508-428-0669. 

Perusal scripts are available at the CCftA office. 

Production dates are scheduled for  March 28 to April 20, 2008.

A haunting and hallucinatory drama about the making of art, Inventing Van Gogh is the story of the final van Gogh self-portrait, painted just before the artist's death, which has never been seen?until now. Patrick Stone, a contemporary painter, is hired to forge this final masterpiece?and finds himself squaring off, across the years, with van Gogh himself as he attempts to create this masterpiece that never existed... or did it?. The result is a compelling mystery about the obsession to create and the fine line that separates truth from myth and genius from madness.

The Cotuit Center for the Arts is located at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit.  Visit the website here.

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