Production Auditions

Fall 2022 Production Auditions

Auditions for Fall 2022 Productions have concluded.  We are sincerely grateful to every single person who auditioned – we were overwhelmed by your effort and interest.  Thank you so much for joining us and we hope to see you again.  Please see official cast lists below.

More information about the productions can be found on our 2022-2023 Productions Page.

Auditions for Spring 2023 Productions will take place in January 2023.  Please check back here in December for more information.


 

POLAROID STORIES

Written by Naomi Iizuka 

Directed by Greg Allen

 

Scenic Design by Janie Howland

Costume Design by Frances McSherry

Lighting Design by Abigail Wang

Sound Design by David Reiffel

Projections Design by Bella Ciaramitaro (Art & Design ’24)

Production Stage Manager:  Nico Fernandez (’25)

Assistant Stage Manager:  Lily McCollum (’25)

Rehearsals begin September 13

Performances October 13 – 23

CAST LIST

D Donovan Holt
Eurydice Jada Saintlouis
Persephone Shira Lederman
Orpheus Winston Alcufrom
Philomela Gabriela Hernandez
SKINHEADgirl Marie Siopy
Narcissus Finnigan McCormack
Echo Erin Solomon
SKINHEADboy Lou Conrad
G Noah Braunstein

 

PROBLEM PLAY

Written & Directed by Erica Terpening-Romeo

 

Dramaturgy by Emily Trantanella

Scenic Design by Jenna McFarland Lord

Costume Design by Jessica Pribble

Lighting Design by Amanda Fallon

Sound Design by Anna Drummond

Production Stage Manager:  Karen Gallagher (’25)

Rehearsals begin October 3

Performances November 10 – 20

 

CAST LIST:

Mr. Knapp Zeke D’Ascoli
Zo Isabelle Bushkov
Dri Devon Whitney
Megan Rory O’Neill
Courtney Ivy Kee
Lola Mitra Sharif
Ivy Abby Kesselman
Sloan Trisha Barua
Nico Eve Davidson
Bobbi Brenna Thornton

 


Department of Theatre Casting Policy

Northeastern students of any major and year of study are invited to audition for theatre department productions. Students are cast based on the actor’s skill, experience, and qualities suitable for a given role regardless of ethnicity, race, gender, or national origin. All department casting follows university guidelines pertaining to equal opportunity and supports the Actor’s Equity Association vision to encourage more equitable and authentic representation onstage by promoting diversity, gender parity, and inclusion.

Advice?

Looking for a little advice about how to choose monologues, how to prepare, or what to do in the audition?  Try here: Audition Advice. Also feel free to reach out to a faculty mentor.

Questions?

For additional information about auditions, the 2022-2023 season, or anything else, please contact:

Stephanie Hettrick
[email protected]