Location: Long Island
Seeking submissions for performers/dancers/puppeteers to workshop a performance in the Long Island area. Little Fish is a new play based of the ecological imbalances in our local community. The performance is an educational piece based on nitrogen pollution.
About the Play
The story of Little Fish is through the eyes of the fish suffering from nitrogen pollution living in Millers Pond. The performance incorporates a large scale puppet of each fish asking nitrogen to go on a diet for the health of the pond. The fish along with nitrogen take their quarrel to Millers Pond elders’.
Performers should be excited and curious about performing with large, hand-sculpted, wearable puppets and small hand puppets. They should be comfortable with abstract movement, and possess skill in memorizing and projecting text. Devised experience a major plus. We are looking for decisive performers who will actively collaborate. We encourage artists of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities to audition.
A Travel Stipend is available, and Compensation for the performance will be provided.
This show will be performed in schools, middle school age and other venues in the area, including summer festivals.
Workshop Intensive: March 30 and 31st.
Rehearsals: April 15, April 22, April 30th
Final Dress Rehearsal: May 3rd
Final Performance: May 4th.
HOW TO APPLY
For consideration, please email a headshot, resume, and a short letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Written and Directed by Susan Buroker
In Association with the Huntington Arts Council – Long Island Arts Grants, NYSCA
City or Location of call: Long Island
Please submit to: email@example.com
This casting notice was posted by: Susan Buroker