AUDITIONS | WINTER MAIN STAGE: “JULIUS CAESAR”
MON + TUE OCT 17+18 AT 6:30-9:30PM
ROBLE GYM LOBBY
OPEN TO STANFORD STUDENTS | SIGN-UP REQUIRED
Stanford TAPS is mounting a production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. This production will be produced in collaboration with the COLLEGE program, and presented in Memorial Auditorium. The play opens up many lenses to our contemporary life, and it asks timeless questions of power, politics and betrayal.
This production will not be a historically accurate production — we are looking to find intersections between a story from 44 BC to today. The production will be cast as identity-conscious, an intentional approach to casting that actively acknowledges race, gender, and ability as part of the casting process and the rehearsal/audience process. Actors are encouraged to highlight what makes them unique as humans and as storytellers both in the auditions and in the subsequent production process.Please take some time ahead of the audition to read the script and consider your own personal connection to the themes of this story.
VIEW DETAILS + SIGN-UPS
Content Notice: This play deals with subject matters related to violence (murder), self-harm, and suicide.
In addition to its scheduled performances, this production may be live-streamed or recorded for public viewing.
Stanford TAPS seeks to build a diverse cast for this production and encourages members of any race, gender identity, and ability to audition. If any accessibility accommodations are needed please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.