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A Servant of Two Masters
Saturday, April 23
We're kicking of our 2011-12 season with a fabulous farce, A Servant of Two Masters. Written in the style of commedia dell'arte, this hilarious classic keeps audiences roaring through hysterical plot complications, bold characterizations, and extreme physical mayhem later employed by comic icons like the Marx Brothers.
The show, directed by Beth Burns (Taming of the Shrew, You Wouldn't Know Her, etc.), will be presented free to the public, thanks to a generous partnership with the City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department. It runs August 4-21 at the Round Rock Downtown Plaza and August 26-27 at EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens.
For a complete plot synopsis of the play, click here.
When: The afternoon and evening of Saturday, April 23rd.
Where: ArtSpace in Round Rock (231 East Main Street, Round Rock TX 78664) Map it.
To schedule an audition time, please email Will Culbertson at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are only available during certain hours of the day, please tell us so. You will receive your time by email, along with sides from the show. Please come to the audition ready to read your sides. We also ask that you bring a copy of your headshot and resume. All roles are paid.
[image: costume design for Smeraldina by Jodi Ozimek, www.msu.edu]