WHAT 2005 Season Auditions

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ellfleet Harbor Actors Theater will hold auditions for its 2005 Summer Season on April 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday.) WHAT is looking for both equity and non-equity actors of both sexes for roles ranging in ages from early twenties to late seventies.

WHAT will be producing six plays as part of its Summer 2005 Season which runs from May 25th-October 30th.  The plays range from contemporary drama and comedy to edgy political satire.

Audition Process:

  • Auditions are arranged by appointment only.  To schedule your audition, send an e-mail request to: [email protected].
  • Appointments will not be scheduled by phone.
  • Actors should come to auditions prepared with a contemporary monologue no more than three minutes in length.
  • Actors are advised to send their headshots and resumes to P.O. Box 797, Wellfleet, MA 02667.


IMPORTANT NOTE:

Please do not print the phone number or address of the theater in your announcement.  We will not be accepting â??walk-upsâ? or appointments made by phone.  The only way to schedule an audition is to e-mail an interview request.

Color-blind Casting:

WHAT is committed to its policy of color-blind casting.  We do not discriminate based on race, gender, or sexual orientation.  Equity and non-equity actors are invited to audition.  Housing will be available for a limited number of off-cape actors.

Event:

Auditions for the WHAT 2005 Season.

When:

April 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday)

How:

  • Auditions are by appointment only.  Actors must contact WHAT via e-mail to schedule an interview â?? [email protected].
  • Headshots and resumes should be sent in advance to WHAT, PO Box 797, Wellfleet, MA 02667
     

Who:

  • Equity and non-equity actors
  • Actors between the ages of early twenties and late seventies
  • Both male and female actors
  • Actors of all races are welcome to audition
     

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