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Originate

The Q is holding auditions for 16 young artists, 8 x theatre artists and 8 x musicians, (16 – 26) to take part in the 2017 ‘Originate’ project. This is a skills development project that results in a public outcome. The show will be presented in the Allan Mullins Studio at The Joan, Penrith.

PRODUCER: The Q is the resident theatre making program at The Joan.

ROLES: 16 young artists (16 – 26). Within this we’re looking for 8 theatre makers and 8 musicians.

EXPERIENCE: Performers of various levels of experience are encouraged to apply. A background or interest in devising new work will be an advantage.

OBJECTIVE: ‘Originate’ seeks to up-skill early-career artists in the areas of new work development, cross art form practice and to facilitate new collaborations.

THE SHOW: ‘Originate’ is where ideas start. Eight emerging theatre makers will collaborate with eight emerging musicians to create a new show about the here and now. Guided by Co-Directors from theatre and music the ensemble will move through a workshop process that dreams a new performance from the ground up. ‘Originate’ is a holding title for a performance that is yet to emerge and will be defined by the thoughts, beliefs, hopes and fears of the ensemble. Watch this space.

AVAILABILITY: To be considered for inclusion in the project artists must be available for the following dates:

5.00pm – 8.00pm | Thursdays 15/06/17 – 06/07/17

10.00am – 4.00pm | Sun 18/06/17

5.00pm – 8.00pm | Wednesdays & Thursdays 12/07/17 – 03/08/17

10.00am – 4.00pm | Sat & Sun 05/08/17 – 06/08/17

5.00pm – 9.00pm | Mon – Sat 07/08/17 – 12/08/17

COST: There is no charge for participation in this program.

TO AUDITION: Complete an application form by clicking here.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 24/04/17

AUDITIONS HELD: 16/05/17 & 18/05/17

If you have any queries about your application, please email Claire.

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