Pink Banana One Act Auditions

March 2, 2011

Pink Banana Announces 2011 Auditions

Theatre to fill roles for "Higher Education" One-Acts Festival

 

MILWAUKEE, WI - Pink Banana Theatre Co., Milwaukee’s unique and collaborative theatre experience, will be holding auditions for their 2011 One-Acts Festival on March 5th and 6th at Soulstice Theatre, 3195 S. Superior St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Call or email Production Manager, Jessica Betts, to reserve your spot now.

Phone: (262) 470-6336 Email: jessabetts@gmail.com

 

RSVPs will have top priority on time slots. Timeslots are available between 10am-3pm on March 5th and 11am-1pm on March 6th.

 

The theme for this year's One-Acts Festival is "Higher Education." Performances are from June 10-18 at the Tenth Street Theatre, 628 N. 10th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Non-equity adult actors of all ages and abilities are encouraged to audition. Headshot, résumé and two minute long prepared monologue a plus, but not required. Readings will be available from the script.

The festival takes pieces from local and national writers, auditions local actors of all ages and abilities, and puts on a production using local directors.

 

Show Schedule:

Friday, June 10 – 8pm

Saturday, June 11 – 8pm

Sunday, June 12 – 2pm

Monday, June 13 – 7pm

Thursday, June 16 – 7pm

Friday, June 17 – 8pm

Saturday, June 18 – 8pm

 

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Pink Banana Theatre: How We Peel

Pink Banana Theatre Co., founded in 2004, was created out of necessity with a mixed bag of talent and topics. The company offers a refreshing alternative to the more traditional shows often seen in the Milwaukee theatre world. The mission of Pink Banana Theatre is to provide professional opportunities to emerging artists.

 

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