Audition/Casting Date(s): Saturday, January 31, 25
Start/End Time: 3:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Location: Ambassador Theater at
CALLBACKS on SUNDAY –time will be Announced!
814 20th Street NW, Washington DC 20052
the second floor in room 202.
Please e-mail your photo/resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ambassador Theater is holding a casting call for The Trap by Tadeusz Rozewicz. The play will be produced at the Building XX of the George Washington University;
The Trap: Performances: May 28 – June 21, 2015 with the possibility of 2 weeks extension
ROLES – Franz ( A Man, dark hair thin, reminding Kafka) Animula (a small girl or a boy or a young actor), Josie ( about 30 years old woman), Mother (Middle age woman), Father (Older Man, father of Franz), Ottla (Sister of Franz), Valli, (A young woman), Felice (An attractive woman), Grete, Zenek, Vic, Salesman, Waitress, Max, Cobbler, Barber, Executioners, Gentleman
About: …Anxities and nightmares of Franz Kafka…
Tadeusz Rózewicz was born in Radomsko, Poland on October 9, 1921. During World War II, he was a soldier in the Home Army, the underground resistance movement in occupied Poland. For two years, he fought in a guerrilla unit and wrote his first poems. After studying the history of art at university in Krakow, he began to publish both poetry and plays. His first volumes of poetry were Anxiety (1947) and The Red Glove (1948). After 1956, he primarily wrote plays including The Card Index, The Witnesses or Our Little Stabilization, and The Old Woman Broods. In 1999, he published a collection of poems, family documents, photos and essays entitled Mother Departs, which won the Nike prize, the most eminent Polish literary award. He died on April 24, 2014 at the age of 92.
Tadeusz Różewicz is widely considered one of Poland’s most important and influential writers. His works tend to focus on universal themes, but speak particularly to the generation of Polish adults whose memories of youth, like his own, are filled with the horrifying experiences of World War II. Różewicz often scorns the conventional techniques and philosophies of literature and frequently questions the validity of poetry itself. Różewicz explored the life of one of his literary heroes, Franz Kafka, in the loosely biographical play The Trap (1982). The play also depicts the demise of artistic creativity, played out against visions of the impending ‘‘final solution’’—Hitler’s largely executed plan for the systematic murder of all Jews in Europe.
FOR YOUR AUDITIONS:
Bring your photo/resume and be ready to read from the script ! You may also present a monologue.
814 20th Street NW, the second floor in room 202.
Washington DC 20052