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In preparation for the 2011 Playing French Seattle festival, Steeplechase Productions has scheduled a series of French language script readings beginning next month. The first two meetings (Monday, September 12th and Monday, September 19th, see below) will be devoted to casting. Maybe you or someone you know is interested in playing a role in this years festival? If so, I hope to see you at the audition!
Beyond acting there are many other ways to assist the productions (for example: stage and house management, graphics, set, costume and technical design, marketing, and ushering).
Playing French Seattle is not just an annual festival. Throughout the year we are selecting and reading scripts, participating in events (like Bastille Day) and building new relationships with artists and companies.
Steeplechase Productions has a long history of producing plays in Seattle and has sponsored Playing French since 2006. We have staged classical plays (from Racine, Rostand and Molière), contemporary plays (by Pliya, Ribes and Visniec) and adaptations (of works by Balzac, Dickens and Verne).
The theme of this year’s festival is “Mutiny.” We previewed an adaptation of Jules Verne’s “Les Revoltés de la Bounty” for the French Chamber on Bastille Day and will stage the full production of this new play during the November festival. We also have an adaptation of Herman Wouk’s “Caine Mutiny” (“Ouragan sur Le Caine”) to read and consider.
In the past we have invited participation by guest artists and companies. This is to suggest that we are at the very first stage of planning this and upcoming events.
I hope you see this as an opportunity to carve out a place for yourself, your group, or company, in this collaborative venture and look forward to discussing new ideas!
Auditions/Readings: Monday, September 12th and Monday, September 19th
University Heights Community Center (5031 University Way North East, Seattle 98106). 7 – 9:00 pm, room 108