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Open auditions for The Actors Studio production of Brian Friel’s "Dancing at Lughnasa", which will be directed by David Lim (Cock, God of Carnage).
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Winner of the 1991 Olivier Award and 1992 Tony Award, Dancing at Lughnasa is a bittersweet tale about a young man’s memory of growing up in a fatherless home with his unmarried mother and his four aunts in 1930’s Ireland.

The play depicts the late summer days of 1936, around the harvest festival of Lughnasa, when love seems possible for three of the sisters and the family welcomes home its elder brother, a missionary priest. However, little do they know of the harsh realities that are to befall them...
Are you 16-25, interested in theatre, wanna get your foot in the door but don't know how to start?

Wonder no more coz klpac's Theatre for Young People (Tis auditioning this Sunday!!

Audition Details:
One Day Only: 27 March 2011 (Sun)
Time slots: 10am - 1pm
                    2pm - 6pm
                    7pm - 9pm
Venue: Indicine, Level 2, klpac
            Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan
            off Jalan Ipoh, 51100 Kuala Lumpur

Audition is by appointment only!
Contact the T4YP Hotline on 016-6974310 and speak to or SMS Belinda
to book an audition slot now.

Closing date for registration:
25 March 2011 (Fri) by 6.30pm
After this date, no entries will be accepted.
No walk-ins will be entertained on the day.

Come Prepared with:

The following is lifted from this FB Event Page.

Time: 20 February · 11:00 - 15:00
Location: The Dance Space, F3-2 Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas, KL

AUDITIONS for hit musical


CABARET by Kander & Ebb


Looking for 18 year olds and above...

Males and Females

Please send your picture and biography/cv to

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and given an audition slot on Sunday 11am-3pm.
Dates: 25th - 27th January 2011

Times: 7:30pm -10:30pm

Location :
AD Studio, klpac
Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre
Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan, off Jalan Ipoh

Actors will need to prepare one locally written contemporary monologue (i.e. not from a foreign text), no longer than 2 minutes.

*We’re looking for actors aged 18 and above from all backgrounds*

Lifted from their FB Events page:

We are now having open auditions for the klpac production of This Cannot, That Cannot which will be directed by David Lim. This Cannot, That Cannot consists of short plays by Kakiseni’s Kakiscript winners and the highlight of the show is a short play by Malik Imtiaz Sarwar.

They keep saying that Malaysian politics will change. They’ve been saying it in 2008, they’ve been saying it in 2004, in 1997 and even in 196… *ahem*. Well, g...uess what? Malaysian politics might change but Malaysia just gets more and more familiar each year. Says who? The rakyat, of course! Before the swine flu, there was bird flu (and of course before that was another swine flu). They say we are one Malaysia when it’s more like SOME Malaysia indeed. This cannot, that cannot. And of course, only Uncle David knows best. Or so he thinks. After all, we all know that it is really dissatisfied intellectuals that hold all the answers. You know what? This synopsis is probably symptomatic of the systemic sycophancy of elephants. White elephants, of course.
1st Round Auditions :

18th FEBRUARY (Friday) : 7pm - 11pm
19th FEBRUARY (Saturday) : 7pm - 11pm
20th FEBRUARY (Sunday) : 11am - 8pm

Callbacks for successful auditionees :
28th FEBRUARY - 8pm

Location :
The function room @ Araville Condo
Jln Kapas, off Jln Ara, Bangsar
(Directions below)

Please call Amanda at 016 211 3184 to book a slot.

Auditionees must prepare:

- 1 contemporary monologue (1-2 minutes)
- 1 song (acapella or CD only) OR
- 1 dance/movement piece (1-2 minutes) please provide a CD

Lifted from their FB Events page:

The Electric Minds Project presents its latest production, "Bars & Bedrooms": a showcase of four short plays about love, passion and unintended consequences. Featuring the work of directors: Khairil M. Bahar, Adeline Ong, Elza Irdalynna and Nalina Samynathan, incorporated with music and just an oh-so-little-bit of dance.