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Auditions

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HART Theatre is pleased to announce an open call audition for this brand-new, locally written play. The result of our Fifth Annual Page to Stage Playwrights’ Showcase and Forum, written by Brianna Barrett, it will be directed by HART veteran Carl Dahlquist. Audition Details: All auditions will be at The Pythian Hall, 147 SE Second St. Hillsboro 97123                                 (Three doors down from HART’s backstage door) Sunday, April 9th from 1-4 pm. Tuesday, April 10th from 7-10 pm. Wednesday, April 11th from 7-10 pm. You do not need to attend all the audition days, but you may if you wish.  Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  Please bring a resume.  Head shot not required, but would be helpful for the director. Rehearsals: Rehearsals will start with a read through in April (based on actor availability.) Rehearsals will start again May 23rd, and run Tuesday through Friday with the occasional Saturday. All of this is subject to change based on actor availability. Performances: Performances are July 7th through the 23rd. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm (6:00 pm call) and Sundays at 2:00 pm (12:30 pm call). Synopsis: How do we navigate gender roles in the modern age? Perhaps no one is more confused about this than Cameron a down-on-their-luck artist attempting to turn on-line dates into real relationships, and Morgan, a conservative middle school teacher whose spouse just declared: “I want to have sex with other people.” Other information: This play is conceived and written such that the characters are purposefully gender neutral , allowing any actor to play any role on any given night. Actors will take on different roles for each performance, bringing gender to the role as it happens. Characters: Main Characters: The intention is that the following six characters will be played by different actors of any gender, rotating over the full run of the show.  If you audition for one, you audition for all six.   All six characters are between the ages of 21 and 38.   CAMERON- An artist and self-described “loner.” Quiet, shy, and always dressed in somewhat ill- fitting sweaters.   PARKER- A professional actor and lifestyle model. Incredibly confident and self-assured. Wears skinny jeans and scarves.   MORGAN- A middle-school teacher and recent newlywed. Cynical, prudish, and a bit gloomy by nature. Usually wears unflattering cardigans.   TERRY- Morgan’s spouse; a little uptight at first glance. Also teaches middle school. Wears dress shirts and bow ties.   ALEX- Cameron’s best friend. Wears loose-fitting tanktops and jeans. Maybe a hat.   JESSIE- Parker’s best friend. Dresses in a distinctly feminine manner. Wears a dress while singing, regardless of gender.   Other Characters: These characters will be split between two actors.  1 male and 1 female.  Ages 21-45.   OBSERVER 1 and OBSERVER 2 - These “abstract” characters comment on the scenes around them without being seen by the other characters. BERNIE - One of Cameron’s parents. PAT - The other of Cameron’s parents. MATTIE - A waiter at the bar. MEL ROCKLAND - A stereotypical brit. NICKY - An unappealing drunk person at a bar. STRANGER - Just a voice NEW LOVE INTEREST - A new fun, flamboyant character to appear at the end.   HART is a non-profit community theatre. There is no pay or stipend. Actors receive two comp tickets. For more information or questions, contact: Carl Dahlquist (Director) – irtenor@gmail.com HART Theatre strives to produce high-quality entertainment in a community theatre environment. It is our mission to enhance, enrich and elevate the lives of our volunteers and patrons. The leadership at HART is comprised of seasoned theatre veterans who share a passion for, and dedication to theatre and community, and we are serious about our commitment to both of those ideals. Paul Roder, Artistic Director: stephenhero_98@yahoo.com
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Auditions

Come join us and be in a show!

36 Perfectly Appropriate Mealtime Conversations
HART Theatre is pleased to announce an open call audition for this brand-new, locally written play. The result of our Fifth Annual Page to Stage Playwrights’ Showcase and Forum, written by Brianna Barrett, it will be directed by HART veteran Carl Dahlquist. Audition Details: All auditions will be at The Pythian Hall, 147 SE Second St. Hillsboro 97123                                 (Three doors down from HART’s backstage door) Sunday, April 9th from 1-4 pm. Tuesday, April 10th from 7-10 pm. Wednesday, April 11th from 7-10 pm. You do not need to attend all the audition days, but you may if you wish.  Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  Please bring a resume.  Head shot not required, but would be helpful for the director. Rehearsals: Rehearsals will start with a read through in April (based on actor availability.) Rehearsals will start again May 23rd, and run Tuesday through Friday with the occasional Saturday. All of this is subject to change based on actor availability. Performances: Performances are July 7th through the 23rd. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm (6:00 pm call) and Sundays at 2:00 pm (12:30 pm call). Synopsis: How do we navigate gender roles in the modern age? Perhaps no one is more confused about this than Cameron a down-on-their-luck artist attempting to turn on-line dates into real relationships, and Morgan, a conservative middle school teacher whose spouse just declared: “I want to have sex with other people.” Other information: This play is conceived and written such that the characters are purposefully gender neutral , allowing any actor to play any role on any given night. Actors will take on different roles for each performance, bringing gender to the role as it happens. Characters: Main Characters: The intention is that the following six characters will be played by different actors of any gender, rotating over the full run of the show.  If you audition for one, you audition for all six.   All six characters are between the ages of 21 and 38.   CAMERON- An artist and self-described “loner.” Quiet, shy, and always dressed in somewhat ill- fitting sweaters.   PARKER- A professional actor and lifestyle model. Incredibly confident and self-assured. Wears skinny jeans and scarves.   MORGAN- A middle-school teacher and recent newlywed. Cynical, prudish, and a bit gloomy by nature. Usually wears unflattering cardigans.   TERRY- Morgan’s spouse; a little uptight at first glance. Also teaches middle school. Wears dress shirts and bow ties.   ALEX- Cameron’s best friend. Wears loose-fitting tanktops and jeans. Maybe a hat.   JESSIE- Parker’s best friend. Dresses in a distinctly feminine manner. Wears a dress while singing, regardless of gender.   Other Characters: These characters will be split between two actors.  1 male and 1 female.  Ages 21-45.   OBSERVER 1 and OBSERVER 2 - These “abstract” characters comment on the scenes around them without being seen by the other characters. BERNIE - One of Cameron’s parents. PAT - The other of Cameron’s parents. MATTIE - A waiter at the bar. MEL ROCKLAND - A stereotypical brit. NICKY - An unappealing drunk person at a bar. STRANGER - Just a voice NEW LOVE INTEREST - A new fun, flamboyant character to appear at the end.   HART is a non-profit community theatre. There is no pay or stipend. Actors receive two comp tickets. For more information or questions, contact: Carl Dahlquist (Director) – irtenor@gmail.com HART Theatre strives to produce high-quality entertainment in a community theatre environment. It is our mission to enhance, enrich and elevate the lives of our volunteers and patrons. The leadership at HART is comprised of seasoned theatre veterans who share a passion for, and dedication to theatre and community, and we are serious about our commitment to both of those ideals. Paul Roder, Artistic Director: stephenhero_98@yahoo.com