Auditions: Antiques Improv Show (running Dec. 2015)
AUDITION NOTICE: Jet City Improv Presents “Antiques Improv Show” (December 2015) – September 9, 7-10pm
Please RSVP to director Kris Corbitt via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for an audition slot. Please read this whole page before contacting her.
•You MUST contact her at that address to audition.
•You MUST attach an acting resume to the email
•You MUST sign up by Sept. 8 at 5:00pm.
Jet City Improv seeks improvisers, actors with improvisational experience, and creative storytellers.
Must have at least three years experience as a performer. Improvising experience a big plus.
Must be 18 or older to audition.
All roles are open to all genders and ethnicities.
About the Show
Antiques Improv Show is an improvised take on feel-good family and other history shows that feature real antiques such as Antiques Road Show and American Pickers. Highly interactive and creative, this show will literally take you to any point in history, place around the world, and (most importantly) tell you memorable stories inspired by objects (“antiques”) brought by audience members.
Antiques Improv Show is created and directed by Jet City Improv company member Kris Corbitt.
Auditions are Wednesday, September 9, 7:00pm-10:00pm. Please plan on staying up to the whole 3 hours. Some auditioners may be let go early.
We will be playing a variety of improvisational games, improvised storytelling and improvised story showing.
Location is TBA.
There will not be callbacks.
Rehearsal & Performance Details
Rehearsals begin Wednesday, September 30; Saturday rehearsals begin October 10. Rehearsals will be Wednesdays from 7pm-10pm and Saturdays from 2pm-5pm.
Tech week is November 28 – December 2. (Daytimes Saturday and Sunday; evenings Mon-Wed.)
Performances are on Thursdays and Fridays (no Saturday performances) at 8:00pm, December 3-18, 2015.
Exact performance dates:
December 3, 4, 10, 11, 7, 18
Performances (and many rehearsals) take place at Jet City Improv: 5510 University Way NE, Seattle.
This show pays a stipend of $60.