400 Talcott Ave 2nd Floor
Watertown, MA 02472
Date Posted: January 11, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Seeking post-college actor/educators for a paid acting apprenticeship with Classic Repertory Company. We are looking to replace one actor in our eight person company for our spring tour. Actor to play the roles of Oberon/Theseus in Midsummer and Snowball in Animal Farm. All genders are welcome to audition.
Classic Repertory Company (CRC), New Repertory Theatre’s educational outreach touring program, brings performances and workshops to schools, colleges, senior centers, community centers, parks, libraries, and presenting organizations all across New England. The mission of CRC is two-fold: to make high quality theatre more accessible, and to provide a bridge between the academic and professional world of theatre. Our company members bring a spirit of play, a passion for ensemble work, and a strong interest in arts education and advocacy.
PERFORMANCES:Performances from March 21 through May 24, 2019. One week off from April 15 to April 21, 2019. Average of 5-6 shows per week. Most performances are on weekdays, but actors must be available for possible shows on nights and weekends during this time period.
About New Repertory Theatre
Now in its fourth decade, New Repertory Theatre has established itself as one of the Boston area’s premiere theatre companies and has been the professional company in residence at the Mosesian Center for the Arts (formerly the Arsenal Center for the Arts) in Watertown, Massachusetts since 2005. The Center’s two performance spaces (the 340-seat Mainstage Theater and the 90-seat Black Box Theater) have allowed New Rep to expand its programming and flourish.
The mission of New Repertory Theatre is to produce plays that speak powerfully to the vital ideas of our time.
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