Cornerstone Theatre Arts announces open company auditions

No appointment is necessary, but you must come prepared


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— Cornerstone Theatre Arts is hosting open auditions from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 13, and Sunday, Jan. 14, at the Goshen Music Hall, 223 Main St., Goshen (second floor walkup).

No appointment is necessary.

The company is seeking adult-aged men and women, 21 and up. All roles pay stipends.

Participants should offer a prepared, memorized, and rehearsed monologue in any style or genre, one to three minutes in length. Bring a resume and photo.

Cornerstone's 2018 main stage season will feature six separate productions from February through November. Its in-school shows (Shakespeare & History) require daytime availability on weekdays.

Cornerstone is casting six to eight shows during this audition. All adult roles are open. Individual directors may ask for cold readings after the prepared monologue.

Cornerstone Theatre Arts is committed to producing high quality plays of historical, cultural, social, and educational significance; producing and celebrating the works of William Shakespeare for audiences of all ages; and offering theatre workshops for theater artists.

For more information email the Artistic Director, Ken Tschan, at kentschan@hotmail.com.



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