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NYT Senior plays auditions

NYT Senior plays auditions

Northland Youth Theatre is on the search for new talent to perform in their 2009 season of short plays.

Open auditions (for young people aged 14 – 24 years of age) will be held on Monday 19th January at midday in The Old Library (Arts Promotion Trust) on Rust Avenue.

Northland Youth Theatre is a trust dedicated to support, educate and train young Northlanders in theatre. NYT strives to employ professional directors and designers from around the country to ensure a quality experience for actor and audience.

This year, under the direction of Jarrod Martin & Laurel Devenie, young actors are being sourced to perform in two short plays, one contemporary & the other a classical piece.

Laurel has an impressive background in Theatre but to add yet another string to her bow, she has recently gained a Bachelor of Performing Arts from Toi Whakaari (NZ Drama School) & was nominated for the 2007 Chapman Trip award for best newcomer for the theatre production of 'The Graduate'. Worked in both Auckland & Wellington for last few years

Jarrod currently teaches drama at Dargaville High School & has years of experience in improvised theatre & has starred in many television roles including a part on popular local show, Mercy Peak. Most recently, Jarrod played Capulet in Bogwood production’s Romeo & Juliet.

For your audition you will be required to take part in a fun workshop & bring along with you a song or a poem which you can work from during this interactive audition.

To express your interest in auditioning please contact

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