It’s that time of the year again and we’re looking for actors for our 6th annual Festival Dionysia!
To audition, we would like you to prepare a monologue, maximum two minutes long. Contemporary is preferred, but not mandatory.
The dates are January 20th(4-9 PM) & 21st(9AM-9PM). (Callbacks January 22nd)
Auditions will be held at the NEST (The new student union building) in Room 2515.
To book an audition slot, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send us:
– A headshot (or a good clear photo of yourself)
– A theatre resume (if applicable, no experience necessary)
– Your contact information (email and phone number)
– Your preferred times on the audition days
Deadline to apply is the 19th of January.
Next semester, the UBC Players’ Club will be producing the 6th Annual Festival Dionysia for our mainstage production!
We will begin accepting submissions of original scripts for production on November 12th, 2016. Scripts must be a maximum of 20 minutes long.
We will also be accepting applications for directors, as well as published work proposals, at the same time.
Deadline for both applications is November 21st.
Click here for the Director & Optional Play Proposal form.
Click here for the Original Script Submission form.
Please email the completed form to email@example.com. We love forward to reading them!
We are now only a few weeks away from the opening night of our mainstage production: the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar directed by Gavan Cheema!
The show will be running from November 9th to the 14th, with evening shows at 7pm and a Sunday matinee at 2pm. There will be no show on November 11th.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Thanks to everyone who came out and auditioned for Disgraced! We now have the show fully cast and would like to thank all the guests who came to our successful workshop! We are excited to show the play to you all in November.
If you emailed us about working backstage, we haven’t forgotten you. We’re just figuring out right now where we most need the help, and you’ll hear from us soon.
The UBC Players Club is seeking actors and crew members for their upcoming fall production! Auditions will be held from September 16th-18th!
Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar is more than just a play, it’s a witty and eloquent sociopolitical statement. The play enters the world of Amir and Emily and post 9/11 New York. The gripping text pulls you into a dinner party they have with their friends which quickly gets heated as religion and politics simmer to the surface. Through the journey and dialogue of the diverse characters, the audience is presented with themes like Islamaphobia and the self-identity of Muslim-Americans. By taking part in this production you will be challenging yourself as well as the current Islamaphobic rhetoric growing around the world. Disgraced is your chance to not only be a part of a beautifully written play but also to be a part of an initiative that forces people to think about the current political climate and the negative ramifications it has on our community.
If you are interested in auditioning (and we hope you are), please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org before September 15th:
– Your full name
– Phone Number
– Headshot or clear photo of yourself
– A list of your previous acting experience (if applicable)
– Your preferred audition date and any availability restrictions for that day
For the audition, you will be asked to prepare a short dramatic monologue (max. 2 mins)
There will be cold reads available, but we strongly suggest preparing something beforehand. Physical copies of your acting experience and photo are not required at the audition. However, we do ask that you arrive 10 MINUTES EARLY to your audition.
If you are interested in working crew we are looking for Lighting, Set, Costume, Prop and Sound Designers. Please send the following to email@example.com before September 18th.
– Your full name
– Phone Number
– Your portfolio (if applicable)
– A copy of your resume (if applicable)
Keep in mind that we may ask for an interview with the director before positions are given.
The Player’s Club is very excited to facilitate this very relevant and important piece of theatre. Due to the intense nature of the piece ALL cast/crew members will be asked to participate in a workshop on September 25th!
We hope to see you at auditions!
This fall, the UBC Players Club is co-producing a show at the Vancouver Fringe Festival: The Orbweaver, by Mexican playwright and UBC alumnus Paula Zelaya Cervantes, running from September 9-18th on the Revue Stage!
First conceived in 2014, this play has since been developed extensively in Mexico. We are thrilled to be presenting this international production to a Canadian audience alongside Once Once Producciones and the Quimera Theatre Collective.
A black comedy and twisted Mexican fairy tale all rolled into one, The Orbweaver tells the story of a boy and girl who fall in love. The girl is a lover of all things lively and bright, while the boy is Death’s own personal assistant. They can only be together when someone dies. Shadow puppets, magic and murder will all combine in this exciting showcase of international talent!
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you in the year ahead!