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The Court Theatre will be holding open auditions

The Court Theatre

OPEN AUDITION CALL – NOVEMBER 17th, 2008

The Court Theatre will be holding open auditions.

The Court Theatre is Christchurch's only, and one of New Zealand's foremost, professional theatre companies offering entertainment of the highest quality.

The Court Theatre employs professionals nationally, internationally and is fully dedicated to fostering and supporting local artists.

For your audition you will be required to prepare two contrasting monologues, one of which must be from a New Zealand play. Your two monologues should run no longer than five minutes combined.

To express your interest in auditioning please e-mail your contact details, available times, photo and acting resume to Lara at:

adintern@courttheatre.org.nz

Or mail to:

The Court Theatre

P.O Box 268

Christchurch 8140

Attn: Lara Macgregor

Deadline for interest: 5 pm Friday November 7th.

ENDS

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