FAUST FOUTU by Robert Duncan
Adapted by Kim Alma Hartley
Co-directed by Erinn Hartley and Ryan Madden
Auditions have been extended!
Another round of auditions will be held on Saturday, February 27 from 4pm-7pm
at Colourfield, 54 Ravenscroft Dr., AVL
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for your audition time. Walk-ins will be accepted, but priority will be given to those with appointments.
Auditions will consist of sides from the script, ensemble-work, and basic singing. Please wear clothes you can move in and be prepared to list your availability from Feb. 28 through May 2.
We are seeking an ensemble of 10, five of which will have singing parts. In addition to actors, we are looking for experimental musicians. Email email@example.com to inquire.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Faust Foutu is a beat-era satire written by Robert Duncan, featuring a mid-20th-century Faust as a bourgeois artist “suffering” for his art. Presented in collaboration with the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, this original adaptation of the script will serve as an experimental exploration of the artist’s dilemma.
Performances will be held April 15th through May 1st and will be at Toy Boat Community Arts Center for the first week and at Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center for the last two.
Rehearsals will begin March 5th and 6th at latest.