Upright Egg is bringing a brand new show, “The Goodbye Project” into the world on March 4th, 2016.
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Our Costs are minimal – we want to pay the performers and designers, and pay for the spaces in which we will rehearse and perform. We operate within a lens of sustainability and will make the most of used, recycled, energy efficient and found materials to build our set, light the stage, costume our performers and market our show.
We’ll only get there with you, like we’ve done so many times before. We’re excited to share this new project with all of you!
Upright Egg is excited to announce auditions for its upcoming show, The Goodbye Project!
The Goodbye Project runs March 4th – 12th at the Phoenix Theater in South Minneapolis. Rehearsals will begin January 11th, no more than 4 nights a week.
We are seeking 5 – 9 performers to aid in creating and performing The Goodbye Project,a theatrical event which will explore the question*How do you let go when it is the last thing you want to do?
The show will be built by the ensemble in collaboration with Upright Egg playwright Brian Watson-Jones and directed by Brian O’Neal.
Auditions will be Monday, December 14th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm at the Purity Bakery Building’s 103 Studios (500 East 36thStreet Minneapolis). Please be prepared to attend for the entire evening. Auditions will consist of two parts:
Presenting your prepared materials *(roughly 60-seconds. Prepare content that shows how the question resonates with you. This can be a monologue, a song, a dance, a PowerPoint presentation [really?],anything you choose)
A group piece.
There will be a $100 Stipend paid to all performers.
Upright Egg Theatre Company seeks to understand and encourage participation in our collective human experience by creating works driven by a spirit of play, risk and community that embrace the magic of the theatrical event.