Tuesday, January 21, 2014
the 19th annual director's theatre Feb 4
Released by UFV Theatre
Annual Directors’ Theatre Festival has grown by leaps and bounds
during its eighteen year history. Once again talented young
performers from post secondary programs all over BC will congregate
at the Chilliwack North campus to present their work.
An eclectic menu of one-act
plays will be on offer, ranging through the tried and true to
original works created by UFV and visiting students. Pick and choose
from a wide variety of classic one-acts and original works. "D-Fest"
is a beloved event with something for everyone.
Auditions for the 19th Annual Directors' Theatre Festival will take
place on Tuesday, February
4 at 7 pm. Those interested in auditioning are asked to arrive
at 6:45 pm and be
prepared to stay until 10 pm depending on the number of people who
Auditions will take place at the UFV Performance Theatre in Building
D at 45635 Yale Road in Chilliwack.
Parking is free.
How to Prepare
• Everyone will fill out an audition
form with contact information, schedule details for February to
end of April 2014, previous theatre experience (not required),
special skills, and so forth.
auditioning will be given a scene to read at the audition. No
further preparation is required.
• Bring a
pen/pencil, water, an idea of your schedule between February to
end of April, and a willingness to try new things.
and presentable clothing is recommended.
Everyone is welcome to audition. Previous theatre
experience is not necessary. Casting is for 20 + one-act plays
directed by students of THEA 451. Priority will be given to THEA 212
students who are participating in the festival as part of their
Rehearsals will take place between mid-February and the end of April
2014. Rehearsals will be based on the schedules of the director and
cast. Those auditioning will need to provide their schedule on the
audition form on the day of the audition.
Auditioners must be available for the festival running Wed Apr 23 to
Sun Apr 27 inclusive.
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