Casting Notice

IRELAND: male/female actors, 16-99, English spkr, for theatre in Dundalk [PS]

This is a CASTING CALL for:

  • male/female actors
  • playing age: 16-99
  • ethnicity: any
  • based in: Dundalk, Ireland
  • speaking fluent: English

Gender blind casting for this physical theatre; experience in physical theatre is preferable (please specify in your application).

Production Details:

  • type: theatre
  • title: Warrior of the Táin
  • director: Anna Simpson
  • payment: Profit-Share
  • dates: auditions: 14 dec; rehearsals Jan/Feb

From Quintessence Theatre, the Theatre Company in Residence of An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk.

This new original play based on the ancient Irish epic Táin Bó Cuailnge, or ‘the Cattle Raid of Cooley’, is a blend of text, movement, dance, and music, telling one of the oldest Irish stories not through the mouths of the men, but through the eyes and body of the great woman of the story: the warrior Queen Maeve, so often the villain, recast as the flawed heroine done a disservice by history.

This is an unfunded production working on a profit-share model. It may be possible, however, to cover all reasonable travel expenses, food, as well as provide accommodation for rehearsals and the run if required.

Please send your application in English only (and include a link to your showreel if you have one).

Casting Location:Dundalk, Ireland
Closing Date:Wed 12th December, 2018
Application:You must log in to apply for this casting.

PLEASE NOTE:
1.Where a language is described as "MOTHER TONGUE" or "NATIVE SPEAKER" this is taken to mean that an actor speaking this language, regardless of their origins or nationality, will not be linguistically distinguishable from someone brought up and schooled in this language.
2.Unless otherwise stated, jobs are open to any ethnicity.
3.If the casting says an actor should be resident in a certain location, this means that NO TRAVEL OR ACCOMMODATION will be paid.
4.In some cases unsuitable candidates may be filtered out as per the production needs.
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