Fall 2020 Academic Theatre Auditions

Clean Slate
CCBC Presents: A Plague

**Please note we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will follow all Federal/State/Local guidelines, and all of this information is subject to change.**

Catonsville Campus: Center for the Arts Lounge & Outside Area; Tuesday, September 8; 4:00PM – 7:00PM
Essex Campus: Arts & Humanities Hall Courtyard & Recital Hall; Thursday, September 10; 4:30PM – 7:00PM

Production Dates:
Clean Slate – TBA
CCBC Presents: A Plague – TBA

PLEASE GO TO SIGNUPGENIUS TO SIGN UP FOR A SLOT (Be sure to pay attention to which campus you are signing up):
Catonsville Campus – September 8 – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0444afae28a5ff2-ccbc
Essex Campus – September 10 – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0444afae28a5ff2-ccbc1
Auditions by Appointment. ALL are encouraged to audition. Priority will be given to currently enrolled CCBC students.

30 minute slots will be provided for FOUR (4) per slot.

Audition sides available by email. Email JSamiosuy@ccbcmd.edu to receive auditions sides via Email. You will be asked to perform one or more provided sides and possibly a cold reading.

VIRTUAL AUDITIONS ACCEPTED: Please email JSAMIOS-UY@CCBCMD.EDU for audition sides or prepare a 1-minute monologue. Film yourself (cell phone footage acceptable) or have a friend/family member film you performing the side or monologue. Please send all
virtual/filmed auditions to DAMON KROMETIS at DKROMETIS@CCBCMD.EDU. Virtual Auditions must be received by 7pm on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10.

We have taken certain precautions to keep our audition panel and those who are auditioning safe and healthy, including but not limited to:
-Masks MUST be worn at all times unless you are auditioning
-Face Shields will be provided during auditions
-No more than FOUR (4) people will be auditioning at a time
-Social Distancing must be practiced while waiting to audition.  NOTE: The audition area is an open area (please spread out) and your audition may be seen by people other than the audition board.

We will take certain precautions to keep our production team and performers safe during rehearsals, including but not limited to:
-Only FOUR (4) performers at a time, plus Director(s) will be at rehearsals
-Weather permitting, most rehearsals will take place at outside areas to promote social distancing
-Masks must be worn when not rehearsing
-Face Shields will be provided during rehearsal

Show Descriptions:
Clean Slate – What if we could build society from scratch? What would it look like? A team of student artists will explore a social justice topic and devise an online, interactive theatre experience. Part play, part social experiment, it’s a chance for the CCBC community to
collectively imagine a new world after COVID-19.

CCBC Presents: A Plague is an outdoor, socially distant yet immersive, devised play using texts from plagues and pandemics over the years, while juxtaposing it with current events. Students will engage with works such as Oedipus, Journal of the Plague Year and The Masque of the Red Death, transforming them into original scenes that also reflect our current experience with the pandemic.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact: Julie Lewis, CCBC Theatre Department Coordinator, at jlewis2@ccbcmd.edu


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