Announcement from Dulaang UP
DUP is looking for a YOUNG MALE LEAD and STRONG ENSEMBLE PLAYERS
who can sing, move and play a musical instrument (16-25 years old) for its production of "Rizal X."
Audition dates:April 28-29, 2011 5:00pm to 8:00pm (sign up begins at 4:30pm)
Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero Theater, Palma Hall, University of the Philippines
Interested actors are required to:
1. Sing and play a contemporary pop-rock number in English and Tagalog with the musical instrument of their choice (*An upright piano will be available during the audition)
2. Perform a dance or movement piece that will showcase their strength and versatility (classical ballet, contemporary dance, hip-hop, etc.)
3. Read a monologue from the musical
4. Bring their current photo and resume
Contact 0915-191-6384 or add "Rizal X" in Facebook.
Info on Dulaang UP:
Dulaang UP is the official performing group for theater of the University of the Philippines. Dulaang UP is based at the UP Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts (DSCTA), which runs the sole, formal, theater training program in the country leading to the completion of undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as a certificate course.
It employs the conservatory approach to training where enrollees enjoy maximum guidance in performance and production from scholars, practitioners, leading stage and film artists, and recognized personages in theater.
Under the Dulaang UP umbrella is the UP Playwrights’ Theater which stages original plays by Filipino playwrights. UP Playwrights Theater serves as the venue for new works of prize-winning local playwrights. The plays are staged at the 200-seater Teatro Hermogenes Ylagan (formerly Faculty Center Studio).
Auxiliary to this is Dulaang Laboratoryo which also serves as training ground for Theater Arts students enrolled in their thesis subject as well as in special projects, directing, acting, lighting, production design, and production management courses. Under the supervision of a faculty member, productions are mounted at the end of the semester as a final requirement for the above-mentioned courses.
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