Annenberg Center for Performing Arts
All's Well that Ends Well
by William Shakespeare
Helena, a doctor’s daughter, wants nothing more than to marry Bertram, the young Count of Rossillion. Bertram wants nothing more than to join the beautiful young noblemen in the King’s court in Paris, and then to find glory on the battlefield. Both of them get what they want … or do they? Parents have died; the King stands at death’s door. Young people make grievous mistakes; their elders look back at the mistakes they made in their youth, and then make a few more. Is love enough, when life leaves you scarred? It all ends well in Shakespeare’s troubling not-quite-comedy … or does it?
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Auditions for Theatre Arts Fall 2017 Mainstage production of William Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well will take place September 1, 3, 4 & 5. Theatre Arts auditions are open to the entire Penn community. Most performers will enroll in THAR350 and recieve class credit for participation in the production.
Auditions will take place in room 511 (Upper Mezzanine Level), Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
Audition dates and times:
Friday, September 1: 2-4pm
Sunday, September 3: 7-9pm
Monday, September 4: 6:30-8:30pm
This play will be produced in the Montgomery Theatre, Annenberg Center for Performing Arts during the week of November 6-11, 2017.
Those auditioning are encouraged, but not required, to bring a Shakespearean monologue, sonnet, etc.
Questions about auditions? Email project director Dr. Cary Mazer at cmazerATsas.upenn.edu
Other production opportunities:
Interested in working backstage? Production staff roles are available, including:
Assistant stage manager
Assistant technical director
Contact Theatre Arts Creative Coordinator Adam Riggar for more info ariggarATsas.upenn.edu