Dan Bray and Colleen MacIsaac in Follow Me
The Villain’s Theatre is busy preparing to unveil its newest offering, Follow Me, an original new play, written by the company’s Artistic Director, Dan Bray, directed by Daniel Gervais (recently seen in The Duchess of Malfi) and featuring Artistic Producer, Colleen MacIsaac. This workshop performance will be held at the Fort Massey 2nd Stage (5303 Tobin St). Times are posted below:
Monday Sep 7th – 8:20PM
Tuesday Sep 8th – 8:25PM
Wednesday Sep 9th – 6:40PM
Thursday Sep 10th – 5:00PM
Friday Sep 11th – 6:45PM
Saturday Sep 12th – 7:45PM
For more information on the show, please click here.
Also, auditions for our sixth season are happen tomorrow! Watch this space over the next couple weeks to find out just who will be featured in our upcoming productions of Arden (directed by Dan Bray, November 2015) and Women Beware Women (directed by Keelin Jack, March 2016).
The Villains Theatre is holding open auditions for our two upcoming productions, Arden and Women Beware Women.
Applicants may audition for one or both shows. To apply, please email a headshot, resume, and which show(s) you are interested in applying for to: firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as whether you prefer a daytime or evening audition slot. Applicants may prepare an early-modern (Shakespearean) monologue; sides will be provided as well.
based on Arden of Faversham by Anonymous, directed and adapted by Dan Bray
November 18-22, 2015 – Rehearses through late October- mid November 2015. Please note that weekday and weekend daytime availability will be required.
Set at a site-specific historical landmark, this darkly-comic tragedy follows a woman who hires a team of ragtag killers to assassinate her husband (think Elizabethan Fargo).
WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN
by Thomas Middleton, directed by Keelin Jack
March 2-6, 2016 – rehearses January – February 2016. Rehearsal schedule is not yet determined but may require weekday and weekend daytime availability.
Middleton’s notorious gender-based drama is a ruthless power trip that leaves very few standing and no one looking good. With a view filtered through the male gaze, we see a host of female villains and victims whose desperate struggle for survival leaves sisterhood in the dust.
For more information please email email@example.com
Our 2015-2016 season is made possible thanks to partners such as our season sponsor Websavers Inc (seriously, if you need a good local domain provider or site design, these are the folks to go to!)
Arden is supported by Arts NS and Theatre Nova Scotia.