A rehearsed reading of Shakespeare’s ‘new’ play Margaret of Anjou will be performed for two nights: at the Io Myers theatre at the University of NSW on Friday 8 July and at the Theatre of the University of Notre Dame on Thursday 18 August.
Actors of all kinds are invited to take part. The play has a large cast, lots of terrific juicy roles, and we will be cross-casting women playing men a great deal.
Previously seen in Perth and Ballarat, but not yet performed in Sydney, this play combines elements from the 3 parts of Henry VI and Richard III, to centre the figure of the extraordinary Queen who lives through more than any other character in Shakespeare.
The piece goes for a little over an hour. I estimate 4 rehearsals, but that may be adjusted according to everybody’s feeling about their availability and the needs of the piece. This is not a paying gig, so I will be respectful of people’s time commitments.
Directed by Anna Kamaralli, edited by Liz Schafer, dramaturged by Philippa Kelly, and written by William Shakespeare!
Details for auditions, or just to come in and have a chat about being involved:
- Location – Notre Dame Theatre, Broadway Campus, Chippendale
- Times available – Thursdays 5 & 12 May, 4.30 – 7.30pm, other times by arrangement
- Bring – a monologue in verse or a sonnet
- Please write to Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org to hear more, or to arrange a time.