Two ambitious visionaries race against each other to introduce to the world a revolutionary new device called "television." By the fall of 1921, an Idaho farm boy had drawn a diagram of an "image dissector tube" for a prototype television system. As he seeks to develop a functioning machine, he is swept into a epic struggle with an enterprising media mogul who foresees the lucrative potential of this invention. Only one man will unlock the key to the greatest innovation of the 20th century and rule the airwaves.
April 26*, 27, 28 and May 02, 03, 04, 05 at 8pm
April 26* - Preview
April 27 - Opening Reception
This is a contemporary script written by a master storyteller meant to be performed by an ensemble cast that will spend most of its time on stage in some capacity. An extremely dynamic and fast paced affair everyone should be ready for precision chaos!
-Casting Details: 2 male roles ages 11 to 14, and 18 roles for men and women ages 17 to 80
Saturday November 26th 10am - 4pm:
- Everyone will be required to sign up for a one 5 minute slot on Saturday morning, there are a few spaces for people who definitely can’t make a Saturday audition first think in the morning on Sunday.
-Everyone must keep Sunday between 11am – 5pm open for call backs.
-Script knowledge an asset.
-Everyone must have a prepared monolog, 1 minute in length, Contemporary, preferably comedic
-Be prepared for movement/dance, in loose fitting clothing easy to move in.
Director: Claude Giroux
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To book an audition time or for more information contact Keyano Theatre at 780-791-4930