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AUDITIONS

General Auditions for 2018 Season at Lost Nation Theater

Actors-Singers-Movers age 15 and up.

Prepare 2 contrasting monologues and 16 bars of a song (optional) no longer than two total minutes.

Bring a headshot and resume. Roles open in most shows.

(some roles pre-cast)
Shows include: The Humans, Urinetown-the Musical, Twelfth Night, and Disappearances.
(These auditions are NOT for LNT’s Young Company show: Seussical)

Sunday and Monday, January 7 & 8, 2018.

By Appointment:     5–8pm Sunday January 75–9pm Monday January 8.

Montpelier City Hall, 39  Main Street Montpelier VT 05602.  wheelchair accessible assisted listening

Sign-up: info@lostnationtheater.org

More Info: http://lostnationtheater.org/auditions-and-employment.html

 

  • 01
    01.September.Friday

    “Kate - The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn”

    13:47-19:30
    2017/09/01-2017/09/07
    Montpelier City Hall, 39 Main St, Montpelier, VT 05602, USA
    Montpelier City Hall, 39 Main St, Montpelier, VT 05602, USA

    Presented by Lost Nation Theater

    Now you can have the chance to spend some quality time with the maverick movie star as performed by award-winning actor Janis Stevens in KATE: The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn by Rick Foster.  It’s coming, Sept 7-17, at Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier City Hall Arts Center.

     Katharine Hepburn, the preeminent actor – spirited, fierce, uncompromising – was an inspiration in film, on-stage, and off too. Born to a suffragette and a doctor in 1907, “Kate” became an unlikely Hollywood star in the 1930s with her beauty, wit, intelligence and the eccentric strength with which she imbued each character in a career that lasted more than six decades, earned her 13 Academy Award nominations and record-setting 4 Best Actress Oscar wins. Hepburn was legendary for wearing trousers and confounded studio executives by refusing to follow the unwritten rules for women stars. Once, the RKO costume department stole her slacks (because they were uncouth and boyish), Hepburn walked around the studio in her underwear, refusing to put her clothes on until she got her pants back. Her affectionate nickname became “The Great Kate.”

    Thursdays­–Sundays, Sept 07 – Sept 17. Curtain is 7:30pm Thu-Sat; 2pm Sat & Sun.
    Show Pricing: $10 – $30   Students & seniors (age 65): $5 OffYouth (11 and under) always $10.
    (6 & under admitted at discretion of theater, infants and toddlers not admitted. This show is rate PG-13)

    Call! Go Online! Or get tickets at the City Clerk’s Office on the first floor of Montpelier City Hall. You can also take a chance on getting tickets at the door. (1 hour before curtain). For tickets & information: call 802-229-0492, or visit lostnationtheater.org.

     

  • 02
    02.September.Saturday

    “Kate - The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn”

    13:47-19:30
    2017/09/02-2017/09/08
    Montpelier City Hall, 39 Main St, Montpelier, VT 05602, USA
    Montpelier City Hall, 39 Main St, Montpelier, VT 05602, USA

    Presented by Lost Nation Theater

    Now you can have the chance to spend some quality time with the maverick movie star as performed by award-winning actor Janis Stevens in KATE: The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn by Rick Foster.  It’s coming, Sept 7-17, at Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier City Hall Arts Center.

     Katharine Hepburn, the preeminent actor – spirited, fierce, uncompromising – was an inspiration in film, on-stage, and off too. Born to a suffragette and a doctor in 1907, “Kate” became an unlikely Hollywood star in the 1930s with her beauty, wit, intelligence and the eccentric strength with which she imbued each character in a career that lasted more than six decades, earned her 13 Academy Award nominations and record-setting 4 Best Actress Oscar wins. Hepburn was legendary for wearing trousers and confounded studio executives by refusing to follow the unwritten rules for women stars. Once, the RKO costume department stole her slacks (because they were uncouth and boyish), Hepburn walked around the studio in her underwear, refusing to put her clothes on until she got her pants back. Her affectionate nickname became “The Great Kate.”

    Thursdays­–Sundays, Sept 07 – Sept 17. Curtain is 7:30pm Thu-Sat; 2pm Sat & Sun.
    Show Pricing: $10 – $30   Students & seniors (age 65): $5 OffYouth (11 and under) always $10.
    (6 & under admitted at discretion of theater, infants and toddlers not admitted. This show is rate PG-13)

    Call! Go Online! Or get tickets at the City Clerk’s Office on the first floor of Montpelier City Hall. You can also take a chance on getting tickets at the door. (1 hour before curtain). For tickets & information: call 802-229-0492, or visit lostnationtheater.org.

     

    "Our Town"

    14:00
    2017/09/02
    1662 Kent Hill Rd, East Calais, VT 05650, USA
    1662 Kent Hill Rd, East Calais, VT 05650, USA

    Plainfield Little Theatre’s limited engagement of a staged reading of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.”

    Saturday, September 2nd, and Sunday, September 3rd, at 2pm, at the Calais Town Hall, 1662 Kent Hill Road, in Calais, VT.

    This production is a fund-raiser to help restore the town hall. Tickets are by donation, and the suggested donation is $10.00.

    Call 229-5390 for more info.

    FEMCOM

    20:30
    2017/09/02

    September 2: FEMCOM. All-female standup comedy. 8:30 p.m. Espresso Bueno, 248 N. Main St., Barre. Free/by donation. 479-0896. events@espressobueno.comespressobueno.com.

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      27.August.Sunday

      Bread and Puppet Sunday Performances

      15:00
      2017/08/27
      Bread & Puppet Theatre, Heights Road, Glover, VT, United States
      Bread & Puppet Theatre, Heights Road, Glover, VT, United States

      Bread and Puppet welcomes the public to its new season with performances at 3 p.m. every Sunday through the end of August.

      Honey Lets Go Home Theater Presents: Dignity Milk

      A 45-minute performance with a local cast of 12. Characters include Mother Earth, an Old Vermont Farmer, the EPA, Uncle Fatso himself and The Too Good To Be True University. “Migrant milkers live without dignity in fear of deportation”, says Director Peter Schumann. “Consequently, the consumer product milk is infested with the infamous fear poison. This situation can and must be changed by the consumer, demanding milk that is fearlessly produced under dignified working conditions.”

      cantastoria

      With paintings by Peter Schumann and text by Mahmoud Darwish, national poet of Palestine. Two fiddles and a chorus of Lubberland dancers interact with Darwish’s words on displacement, fragmentation and belonging.

      Post-Apocalypse For ¾ Empire

      Based on a series of intricate woodcuts. Alternating between individual narration and the group response, the piece grapples with our current political situation.

      Suggested donation $10, no one turned away for lack of funds. All events take place at the Bread and Puppet Farm, 753 Heights Rd. (Route 122), Glover VT. For more information visit www.breadandpuppet.org.

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