Auditions in Bristol, Rhode Island for “Down the Mountain and Across the Stream” by Jake Shore

05/09/2018

Down The Mountain and Across the Stream

Location: Bristol, Rhode Island

Type: Theater

“Down the Mountain and Across the Stream” by Jake Shore

“Overall Excellence in Playwriting Award” from the New York International Fringe Festival

Performed at Roger Williams University Performing Arts Center (the Barn)
Performance dates June 21,22,23,20, and 30. Rehearsing in June

Playwright Jake Shore in attendance for some rehearsals and performances.

THE CHARACTERS:
TURNER, ERIC & RYAN- Men in their twenties.
GERALD- A man in his fifties.
ALICE- A woman in her fifties.
PAUL- A man of eighteen.

Jake Shore’s play Down the Mountain is in a collection of works published by Indie Theatre Now, New York. He has had five plays produced in New York City. In August of this year, Playbill selected his most recent play as one of 13 shows not to miss off-Broadway. His work has been produced in New York at The Flea Theatre (Sigourney Weaver’s theatre) in conjunction with the publication of his first Novel, A Country for Fibbing. Jake has his own theatre company in New York City, JCS Theatre Company and his own press, JCS Press with 86,00 twitter followers.

Director, Gary Shore is a choreographer, mime, and filmmaker. As a solo artist, he has been seen at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, The International Festival of Theatres in Switzerland, The Riverside Dance Festival and the Open Eye in New York City. His film, First Movement Form, made in collaboration with dancer/choreographer Sean Curran was presented at Lincoln Center. His film, Children of Providence won Best Feature at The Rob Knox Film Festival London. His most recent theatrical works, The Link to the Missing Link and Animating the Closet, were presented at Dance New Amsterdam in New York City.

Auditions for the play info: gshore@rwu.edu

Payment: Non Paid

City or Location of call: Bristol, Rhode Island
Please submit to: gshore@rwu.edu

This casting notice was posted by: Gary Shore, Director



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