Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Auditions for the 2013 season of Lucky Chaos Theatre Projects about the Asian-American experience

Lucky Chaos Asian-American Theatre Austin TXLucky Chaos is casting for multiple shows in 2013. All shows will have an Asian flair but all ethnicities are encouraged to submit. Please specify if you have improv training or background. Also, tell us about any other specific training/interest you have, e.g. movement, dance, slam poetry, storytelling, puppetry, mime, mask work, etc. There will be a lot of experimentation and the dynamics of the group will drive how we tell the stories. If interested in any of these projects, please email us at leng (a) luckychaos (.) com and you will be provided with audition details. Auditions are scheduled from Dec to Jan.

Shows and show dates:

My Asian Mom and My Jewish Mom
February 1st Fri/Sat 2 shows
From fact to fiction, angelic to evil incarnate, this is a show about the Asian mom and the Jewish mom. It’ll be made up of 3 segments:
-Scripted – selections from published plays (directed by Mike Ferstenfeldt, all roles casted)
- Stories from the community – submissions by the community will be read onstage by the performers in form of monologues or other form of spoken word
- Traditional and interpretive scenes – will be based on stories from the community

Winter of our DysContent (Shakespeare using a traditional Asian art form)
March first 2 weekends Fri/Sat 4 shows (possibly extra 2 shows in April)

Normal Like Us - The Depression Chronicles
February to June (monthly show – every 1st Sat 10pm)

A show about living with depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders. Performers should be passionate about the subject and have at least good knowledge of the subject. These will be traditional and interpretive scenes. Stories will come from the performers and submissions from the community.

LuckyChaos Theater Projects promotes works by or about the Asian American experience and other underrepresented communities and hopes to increase dialogue about these experiences through the performance arts.

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