For this fall’s live performances of
Doctor in the Dark: Blink
by Hello Earth Productions
Friday, 7/21 6-9pm
Saturday, 7/22 6-9pm
Studio C @Theatre Puget Sound,
Seattle Center Armory, 4th Floor
8-10 actors of any age, ethnicity, gender
4 performers with strong movement experience: dancers, mimes, etc
NO RSVP NEEDED
Just show up! The auditions will consist of two parts: a short movement exercise and readings from the script. If you are ONLY interested in being a Weeping Angel, you will be free to go after the exercise. If you wish to audition for a speaking part, you are invited to stay, but please be prepared to stay for the entire audition as we will be conducting callbacks in the same session.
All participants will be required to show proof of COVID vaccination.
“Blink” is an adaptation of a beloved episode of Doctor Who in which a young person has to decode a message sent through time, loses a friend, gains another, and comes face to face with a explains wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff and the terrifying creatures who feed off of it.
We are committed to diverse and creative casting. The right person for the role will express the essence of their character(s), and will not necessarily conform to an expected race, gender, ethnicity, or body type. Actors of color, gender non-conforming actors, and actors with disabilities are encouraged to audition. We are not looking for impersonations, and a lengthy acting resume is not required. All are welcome to apply. We are a donation-funded non-profit theater company and offer a stipend of $100.
Rehearsals will primarily be on weekday evenings in late August, September, and October. Performances will take place the last two weekends of October and first weekend of November.
Hello Earth’s more-than-five-year mission is to excite and inspire audiences with our vibrant fusion of sci-fi and pop culture, to create strange new worlds and art that stimulates questions, to push beyond the boundaries of imagination with nontraditional casting and innovative stagecraft, and to boldly expand the frontiers of live theatrical experience.