Performers needed for 1927 Workshops in November

1927 is seeking two devisers/actors who identify as female and one who identifies as male to workshop their new show for two weeks in November 2021. 

Performers needed for 1927 Workshops in November

1927 is a Margate based performance company that specialises in combining performance and live music with animation and film to create magical filmic theatre. 

If you have:

Great comic timing, if you are characterful, if you have experience of multi rolling, physical comedy, experience of playing much younger characters, then get in touch!

Ideally you would know 1927’s work and love it!

Performers identifying as female should have a playing age of 20-30

Performers identifying as male should have a playing age of 30-40

Workshop Details:

Dates: Monday 1- Friday 12 November 2021

Times: 10am-5pm

Location: Workshops will take place in Enfield, London

Please note:

  • There may be further workshops in 2022 of up to 8 weeks

  • The show will open in 2022 in Vienna with a Viennese ensemble of actors.

  • In 2023 we shall cast the UK version of the show

Deadline: 2pm on 15 October 2021.

Audition will be via zoom on Tuesday 19th October.

Please only apply if you have full availability for the specified workshop dates.

For more information go to: https://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-job/post/performers-for-paid-1927-workshops-november-2021/ 

Header Image Credit: 1927 Productions Facebook page

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