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Production Overview / Vue d`ensemble de la Production
Production Name / Nom de la Production: Romeo and Juliet
Union Status / Statut Union: NON-UNION
Media / Média: Theatre
Producer(s) / Producteur(s): Doug Floyd
Director(s) / Directeur(s): Jeremy Hutton
Casting Director / Directeur de Casting: Doug Floyd
Accepting Submissions From / Acceptons les Soumissions venant: Toronto
Open Call Details / Détails de l`Audition Générale
Open Call Date(s) / Date(s) de L`Audition Générale: Sept. 11-13, 2012
Open Call Time(s) / Heure de L`Audition Générale: See below for submission instructions
Call Back Date(s) / Date(s) de Rappel de la présélection: Sept. 16, 2012
Production/Show Date(s) / Date de présentation de la Production: Nov. 7 – 24, 2012.
Production Venue / Lieu de la Production: Hart House Theatre
Production City/Cities / Ville(s) de la Production: Toronto
Pay Rate / Salaire: Non union, non paying.
Casting Notes / Notes du Casting: To request an audition, please email your headshot and resume to the attention of
the General Manager, Doug Floyd @ auditions@harthousetheatre.ca

Deadline for submissions: Friday September 7, 2012
(Early submissions are encouraged!)
Synopsis: Auditions – Toronto
Hart House Theatre
Hart House Theatre is now accepting submissions for its November 2012
production of William Shakespeare’s
Romeo and Juliet Directed by: Jeremy Hutton

Only those contacted for an audition will be seen.
Audition dates – Sept. 11-13, 2012
Callbacks will be held on Sept. 16, 2012
The non-equity, non-paying production runs Nov. 7 – 24, 2012.
�� We strongly encourage actors of all ethnic backgrounds to audition.
�� All roles are available.
�� We are considering both men and women for the title roles.

-Please prepare one Shakespearean monologue, no longer than two minutes.
-Please be familiar with the play; you may be asked to read from it.
All auditions will be held at Hart House - 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto
About Romeo and Juliet
As the best known love story in the English language, Romeo and Juliet celebrates the contrast
between comedy and tragedy, the futility of conflict and the power of love to unite. Hart House
Theatre is proud to continue its tradition of producing high-calibre and accessible classics with
Romeo and Juliet: an icon of love and passion against all odds, containing the world’s most
beautiful on the subject.
About Hart House Theatre
Hart House Theatre, established in 1919, is the University of Toronto's Performing Arts Leader.
Since its inception, the theatre's unique mix of young professionals, alumni, and students has
garnered the theatre a reputation as not only a cultural destination for the U of T community but
one for all of Toronto.

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