March 3, 2015

SITPLOT 8 Loves Labours Lost Auditions

Alcott Arts Center

Auditions are these next two Saturdays!
Loves Labours Lost Auditions by William Shakespeare: Mar 7&14: 10 am, 1 pm Sat
This is one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies, probably written in 1580s. It may have been first performed in 1588. It was certainly performed in 1597.The play tells the tale of the King of
Navarre and his three friends who swear off of women for one year.
Except the Princess of France and her three friends come on a diplomatic mission.
What to do?
Also, the play spoofs the academics, the Spanish, the local constable, and the country lads and lasses.
It is a play about love (at least 5 couples) which sets men's wits against women's.
Directed by Susan Proctor PHD. There are 16 named characters, 6 men, 5 women, and 5 can be either.
Another character in this play is definitely language. The king and his, friends all write a bit of poetry, some better than others.
For auditions, I would like to hear you read and perhaps dance a bit. If , you want to prepare ahead of time, I will leave some books at Alcott Arts that you can peruse to find out about the
characters and maybe,some of the language.
Dress to stay warm! Alcott is not heated.
Call if you have any questions!

Alcott Arts Center Theatre, 180 S 18th St, (913) 233-2787,

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