​​​​Auditions

All roles are NON-UNION. No pay provided 

A Midsummer Night's Dream 

By William Shakespeare 

Directed by: Dorothy Jo Blomquist 

PLEASE SEND A VIDEO SUBMISSION TO dorothyjoblomquist@gmail.com BEFORE APRIL 30th WITH A LIST OF CONFLICTS/WORK HOURS WITH A SUBJECT LINE “Midsummer Video Audition”. Will be a combination of zoom rehearsals and in person rehearsals to end up being a filmed live production that will be streamed.

Character Breakdown


Titania/Hippolyta

For this role I am looking for a someone who identifies as female between the ages 25 and 45. This role requires poise, strength, passion and grace. You are the queen of two very different realities, a respected figure by all who can also lose all of that grace and poise at the drop of a hat and give into the feelings of lust and desire. READ ANY TITANIA MONOLOGUE.


Bottom

Looking for somebody who identifies by any gender and is any age older than 20. This role requires a massive and fragile ego and a hunger to be the best at all times, willing to make yourself look like an ass to get it. READ ANY BOTTOM MONOLOGUE.


Lysander

Looking for somebody who identifies as male. A hopeless and sweet romantic who will do anything for his love. Between the ages 18 and 30. READ ANY LYSANDER MONOLOGUE.


Hermia

Looking for someone who identifies as female who is 5’5” or shorter. A confident and romantic person who is a loyal friend and love. Between the ages 18 and 30. READ ANY HERMIA MONOLOGUE.


Egeus/Philostrate - A double cast role for someone who identifies with any gender. A hot head, a strong hand, someone who stands for order and rules. Must be 40 or older. READ EGEUS MONOLOGUE. 


Looking for 2-3 characters to play as a mechanical and as a fairy. Any age, any gender. An ensemble role that requires humor, attention to detail, good quick changes and the ability to bring a different character to each role. A fun part that allows a lot of personal choices. If you sing or play an instrument that is a plus but not required. READ PUCK’S CLOSING MONOLOGUE AS AUDITION.

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