Neither a comedy nor a tragedy, Cymbeline is one of Shakespeares romances, beautifully crafted, filled with dramatic incidents, suspense, treachery, and bigger-than-life characters. The play moves between several locations as it tells more than one story about the triumph of love over selfishness and truth over falsehood.
Actors receive $350 per week, private dorm housing, eleven meals a week, and limited travel reimbursement. Acting Interns receive $125 a week, shared dorm housing, and eleven meals a week.
A Note to Actors Concerning Head-shots and Resumes
TSF prefers color photos in portrait (not landscape) format with the actors name at the bottom. All resumes should contain an E-mail address, a telephone number, and the actors height.
Each audition must consist of two, one minute contrasting classical monologues, one of which must be in Shakespearean verse (not a sonnet) and approximately 16-32 bars from an appropriate song that demonstrates the actors optimum vocal range.
For live auditions each of the pieces should be no longer than 2 minutes.
Electronic auditions, each monologue may be up to five minutes long, may include a full stanza of a song, and include personal, conversational comments. The taped audition should also include a close-up as well as a full-body shot.
There will not be an accompanist available for the auditions. However, we have provided downloadable selections once the musical has been announced.
You are not required to use the music selections but if you do not have taped accompaniment, or if you would like to use a selection from the musical, we will provide the selections below for your convenience as soon as they are available.
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