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Directed by Gabe Brosius

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Thursday, January 25th, 5-8PM — Usdan B22
Friday, January 26th, 6-8PM — Usdan B22

Callbacks: Saturday, January 27th from 9:30-12:30PM in Usdan B22

What You Need:
1) Perform a short monologue.
2) Perform one of the sides that will be provided at the auditions. 

One afternoon, Anthony arrives unexpectedly at classmate Caroline's door bearing a beat-up copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, an urgent assignment from their English teacher. Homebound due to illness, Caroline hasn't been to school in months, but she is as quick and sardonic as Anthony is athletic, sensitive, and popular. As these two let down their guards and share their secrets, this seemingly mundane poetry project unlocks a much deeper mystery that has brought them together. I and You is an ode to youth, life, love, and the strange beauty of human connectedness.


Directed by Ruby Fludzinski

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Thursday, January 25th, 9-11PM — Usdan 108
Friday, January 26th, 3-6PM — Fayerweather 106
Sunday, January 28th, 3-6PM — Usdan 110


Sunset Baby brings to life what happens when Kenyatta, a leader of a Black revolutionary movement seeks to reconnect with his estranged daughter Nina after the death of her mother. As father and daughter circle one another, old wounds are revealed, generational differences exposed, and blazing truths laid bare. The personal and the political collide in this powerful drama centered around family, survival and the nature of liberation. 


Directed by Anna Apostolidis

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Friday, January 26th, 7:30-9:30PM — Jones Room (TST101)
Saturday, January 27th, 1:30-3:30PM — East Room (TST 114)

Callbacks: Monday, January 29th from 7-10PM in the Jones Room

What You Need: Nothing, slides will be provided!

Frau Dada is about this badass chick right here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannah_Höch), Hannah Höch, an artist from Germany who made crazy collages and creepy dolls and was part of the Dada movement in Berlin in the 1920's. Together with her eccentric, monacle-wearing partner, Raoul Hausmann, Hannah Höch was part of a movement to redefine art in the aftermath of the First World War--nevertheless, she faced the challenge of being a woman in an art community dominated by men. At times funny and at times tragic, Frau Dada tells the story of Hannah Höch's balancing act between her identities as a (queer) woman and as an artist.

Everyone is welcome to audition, regardless of race, sex, gender identity, nationality, or prior acting experience


Directed by Annie Ning

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Thursday, January 25th, 8:15-11PM — Usdan 110
Saturday, January 27th, 1-3:45PM — Usdan 108

Callbacks: Sunday, January 28th from 1-4PM

Sides will be available at the auditions. 

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In BFE, a.k.a the middle-of-nowhere in quintessential American suburbia, blonde girls are disappearing from Panny’s school. As the fourteen year old Panny navigates surviving adolescence along with her delusional mother Isabel who gifts her with the offer of “caucasian-izing” eyelid surgery on her birthday and her clueless yet supportive Uncle Lefty, BFE paints a funny, sad and often cynical portrait of human isolation and what it means to exist in a world that we don’t quite know how to inhabit. The show is also an exploration of different forms of Asian and Asian American identity, of the modern suburban landscape, the hunger for contact and what these things together can breed.


Directed by Ryan Dobrin

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Friday, January 26th, 4:30-8:30PM — East Room (TST 114)
Saturday, January 27th, 3-7:30PM — Usdan 110

Callbacks: Afternoon of Sunday, January 28th

What You Need: Please prepare a verse and chorus to sing and a monologue or short story, perhaps dealing with themes of growing up, fear, childhood, romance, or sweets.

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Constance and Sinestra live on the edge of a cliff with their mad taxidermist father who never comes upstairs. Their lives take a dramatic turn when two mysterious bakers move into town and the boy next door comes to train in the art of taxidermy. If Tim Burton, Neil Gaiman, and Roald Dahl put their brains together, they might have created this highly-stylized and heartbreaking one-act musical tale of love, loss, and baking.


Directed by Sam Pollak

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Monday, January 29th, 6-10PM — East Room (TST 114)
Tuesday, January 30th, 4-7PM — East Room (TST 114)

Callbacks: Friday, February 2, 4-7PM

What You Need: Please come prepared with a 1-2 minute monologue or story of your choosing, and we will also provide sides at the audition. 

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Come audition for Second Stage's production of Goat! This short original play follows the life of Mason, an anxious gay™, who is expelled from Harvard University during his third year there. The reasons for his expulsion are copious and are all products of his own self-destruction after being dumped by his boyfriend, Eric. The reason that has garnered the most (internet) attention and humiliation for Mason is an incident involving him running across campus naked and screaming expletives. The play takes place on Mason’s last night at Harvard before he leaves to go back home. As Eric and Mason's best friend Becky visit him and prepare to send him off, inanimate goats start showing up around Mason’s dorm room, andat last, he is visited by Baphomet, a sabbatic goat demon who gives Mason an offer he can’t refuse. 


Directed by Nathan Pugh

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Wednesday, January 31st, 7-10PM — East Room (TST114)
Thursday, February 1st, 7:30-10:30PM — East Room (TST114)
Friday, February 2nd, 5-8PM — Jones Room (TST101)

Callbacks: Afternoon of Saturday, February 3rd in Usdan B25

What You Need:For auditions, please prepare 32 bars of a song that you believe tells a story as well as a 1-2 minute monologue or story.

Our version of the Last Five Years follows two women, Cathy, a struggling actress, and Jamie, a budding author, as they fall in and out of love over the course of five years. Cathy tells the story from the end of their marriage and Jamie begins from when they first meet. Throughout the course of the musical, Cathy moves backward in time to the beginning of the relationship as Jamie moves toward the end.


Directed by Grace Sanford

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Monday, January 29th, 6:30-9PM — Usdan 110
Tuesday, January 30th, 6:30-9PM — Usdan 110

What You Need: There is no need to prepare anything. Sides will be provided. Please come ready to move and try some thing.

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Calling listeners, thinkers, communicators, and movers to audition for The Metamorphosis, an adaptation of Franz Kafka’s 1915 novella of the same name. We want to ask what/how it is to be uneasy. And we’re looking for curious people to join our team this semester.


Directed by Lauren Stock

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Thursday, February 1st, 7-9PM — Jones Room (TST101)
Friday, February 2nd, 5-7PM — Usdan 108

Callbacks: Saturday, February 3rd, 2-5PM

What You Need: Please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue or story and be ready to read sides which will be made available outside the audition room.

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“Proof is the story of an enigmatic young woman, Catherine, her manipulative sister, their brilliant father, and an unexpected suitor. They are all pieces of the puzzle in the search for the truth behind a mysterious mathematical proof. This poignant drama about love and reconciliation unfolds on the back porch of a house settled in a suburban university town, that is, like David Auburn’s writing, both simple and elegant.”


Directed by Jordan Tragash

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Thursday, January 25th, 7-10PM — East Room (TST 114)
Friday, January 26th, 7-10PM — Fayerweather 106
Saturday, January 27th, 4-7PM — East Room (TST 114)

Callbacks: Afternoon of Sunday, January 28th

What You Need: Please be prepared to read one of the sides found here (https://drive.google.com/open?id=1noIwVbPjm0xuiq35_mhbxBnOjAHakrx1) as well as an optional 1-2 minute dramatic monologue, personal story, or movement piece. We encourage you to use this time to show us your abilities and passions for storytelling. 

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Come audition for Second Stage's Production of Eugene Ionesco's Rhinoceros! This absurdist play tells the story of Berenger, a depressed outcast who seems at odd with the perfectly manicured world around him. However, this world begins to fall apart as a rhinoceros suddenly appears trampling through the streets. Soon, there are two, then three, until the "movement" is universal: a transformation of average citizens into beasts, as they learn to "move with the times."

Our modern take on this classic absurd story will attempt to address issues of mob mentality and ideological violence as well as what kind of weight this story holds in our modern era.

If anything here is missing or incorrect, please contact Gabriel Drozdov.