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10 3rd Street
Medford, OR 97501
520 N. 5th Street
Jacksonville, OR 97520
"Pay What You Want" at the door for all Mainstage Productions
Based on availability
520 N. 5th Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
10 E. 3rd St. (Front & 3rd Streets) Medford, Oregon
PLEASE COME PREPARED
Musical Auditions - Prepare to sing 16 to 32 bars of a musical theater show tune that highlights your vocal range. Music may be on CD, mp3 player (phone) or sheet music. Also prepare a monologue 2 to 3 minutes in length.
Straight Play Auditions - Prepare two short contrasting monologues (Comedy & Dramatic), 2 to 3 minutes each.
Dancers - Be prepared to learn a short dance combination. Please come wearing comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement.
The Randall Theatre Company is now casting for 2018 productions in both our Medford and Jacksonville locations. Randall Theatre actors receive modest compensation and unlimited theater joy!
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White Liars/Black Comedy - Comedy farce, two one acts.
AUDITIONS: March 25th and March 30th, 7 pm to 9 pm, Randall Theatre Medford, 10 E. 3rd Street at Front St..
Over 30 preferred, but will see people 21 and over.
Comedic timing and the ability to do physical comedy is important.
Rehearsals start April 2nd.
Show runs June 1st - June 17th, Thursday Through Sunday.
No appointment necessary. Please have a comedic monologue prepared. Sides will be given to read at auditions. You will be read with multiple actors.
White Liars: Synopsis - The White Liars revolves around Sophie Lemberg, an eccentric and disillusioned fortune teller (who imagines herself to be a baroness of the Holy Roman Empire) living in a decaying seaside resort, and the two young men—Tom, the lead singer in a rock band (The White Liars), and Frank, his business manager—who consult her. It soon becomes clear that their lives are much stranger than the fiction Sophie tries to create in her magic ball.
Sophie, aka Baroness Lemberg: (this role can be for a man or a woman) Possibly a dual role with the Schuppanzigh in Black Comedy
A disillusioned, slightly delusional, down on her luck fortune teller living in a rundown seaside resort on the South Coast of England. She drinks. . . A lot.
Black Comedy: Synopsis - Brindsley Miller, a young sculptor, and his debutante fiancée Carol Melkett have borrowed some expensive, antique furniture from his neighbor Harold's flat without his permission in order to impress an elderly millionaire art collector coming to view Brindsley's work, and Carol's father Colonel Melkett. When the power fails, Harold returns early, and Brindsley's ex-mistress Clea shows up unexpectedly, things slide into disaster for him.
A German refugee, chubby, cultivated, and effervescent. He is an entirely happy man, delighted to be in England, even if it means being employed full-time by the London Electricity Board.
An elderly millionaire art collector, easily identifiable as such. Like Schuppanzigh, he is a German.
Carol's commanding father. Brisk, barky, yet given to sudden vocal calms with suggests a deep and alarming instability. It is not only the constant darkness which gives him his look of wide-eyed suspicion.