WICA Announces auditions for its 19th Theatre season

Auditions will be held by appointment on Monday and Tuesday, August 6 and 7 with five minutes each, scheduled from 6-8:30pm. Callbacks are scheduled throughout the week. Walk-in auditions will be accepted if time permits. To schedule your audition and for full cast breakdowns or any questions please contact Deana Duncan at deana.duncan@wicaonline.org or 360-221-8276. Be prepared to perform two contrasting monologues (i.e. classical and modern / dramatic and comedic or one minute of Shakespeare). If auditioning for the musical, also prepare 16 bars of a song. Please note: there will be no accompaniment in the room.

August 6 and 7 | 6—8:30PM | 5 minute slots by appointment
  Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, October 12-27, 2018 (by: Christopher Durang, directed by: Edward Jordon)
  Owen Meany's Christmas Pageant, November 30-December 15, 2018 (by: John Irving, directed by: Phil Jordan)             
  The Santaland Diaries, November 30-December 15, 2018 (by: David Sedaris, directed by Phil Jordan)
  Shakespeare’s Other Women, February 8-23, 2019 (by: Scott Kaiser, directed by: Erin Murray)
  Jesus Christ Superstar - RIGHTS PENDING, April 5-20, 2019 (by: Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by: Laura     Berkley Boram)
  Prelude to a Kiss, June 7-22, 2019 (by: Craig Lucas, directed by: Deana Duncan)




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