Tuesday, June 18, 2019, starting at 7:00 pm
Thursday, June 20, 2019, starting at 7:00 pm
Callbacks will be on Saturday, June 22, 2019, from 10 am to 1 pm
Auditions will be held at the Waukesha Civic Theatre Building at 264 West Main Street, Waukesha. Please enter through the glass doors on Riverfront Street. Those auditioning should be prepared to read from the script. If you will not arrive at auditions until 8:30 or later, please contact the theatre prior to 5 pm so the director can be informed. Some actors may be asked to stay for more than one reading. The directors of The Little Prince are committed to inclusive casting. Actors of all backgrounds and ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
The Little Prince brings to life the story of an Aviator lost in the desert who learns what it is to be tamed. This show deals with the themes of love, loss, and friendship. Based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic book.
All roles are open.
There are 4 roles for women age 20-60. There are 3 roles for men age 20-60. There are 2 roles for women age 60+. There is 1 role for men age 60+.
The Little Prince will run September 13 to 29, at WCT. Laura Hughes & Shannon Sloan-Spice are directing.
This production of The Little Prince is experimental in nature and the characters are actively portrayed from both center stage and behind the scenes, through physical acting and movement as well as puppetry. Some of the performers will be physical actors in the more traditional sense and are:
THE AVIATOR: Male 30+
THE LITTLE PRINCE: (double cast) Non-gender specific, aged 8-12
THE ROSE: Female 14+, also part of ensemble
THE SNAKE: Non-gender specific, wise goddess archetype
THE FOX: Non-gender specific; Age: timeless. Fox is the heart of the story.
ADULT ENSEMBLE: All genders ages 15+, capable of delivering lines confidently, responsible and capable of manipulating heavier scenery, props, or physically supporting other actors and performers. Capable of stage movement/dance/ puppet manipulation
YOUTH ENSEMBLE: All genders, ages 8-14. This is to double cast for 6 to 8 roles. The youth ensemble is ever present, manipulating scarves to create a sunset, twinkling lights to create a starry sky, or gloves to create baobabs on the Prince’s home planet of Asteroid B-612. Dancers who have stage experience but have never delivered lines are encouraged, but dance training is not a pre-requisite. Ability to pantomime and comfortable with creative movement/ puppetry; possessing big imaginations and ability to work as a team – all a must!