Stage At Leeds Company

at Stage@Leeds, University of Leeds, Leeds United Kingdom

Theatre company at the University of Leeds, founded by Stage@Leeds artistic director Steve Ansell.

Stage At Leeds Company
Stage@Leeds, University of Leeds
United Kingdom
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P: 0113 3438730

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AUDITION NOTICE stage@leedscompany will present a new adaptation of 'Murder' by Chinese playwright 'Wan Fang' at Northern Stage in Newcastle on Fri 27th March. The show will preview at stage@leeds in the Alec Clegg studio on ~Wed 25th March. I am currently looking for between 3-5 Actors to take part in the show. If you are interested in being part of this production and can make ALL the following rehearsals please get in contact with me today to arrange an audition. Rehearsals: Wed 25 Feb (1 - 3pm) Wed 4 March (1 - 3pm) Wed 11 March (1 - 4pm) Wed 18 March (1 - 5pm) Mon 23 - Fri 27 March (9am - 5pm + performance times) The company will travel to Newcastle in a minibus and a meal allowance will be provided on the day to ensure that you are not out of pocket. As the performance is the final event in a two day conference on theatrical translation there will be a question and answer session after the performance on the 27th (which takes place at 5pm) Where we will have a chance to discuss the challenges of working on a translated text with the audience. We will travel back to Leeds on the Friday and should be home by no later than 11pm.

Published on 2015-02-23 15:41:46 GMT

Members of the Stage@Leeds Company are currently working on a new translation of 'Poison', by the Chinese playwright Wan Fang. The company will present a performance that uses excerpts from the script to highlight some issues and questions facing theatre makers when working from a translated text. This performance will take place at Northern Stage in Newcastle on the 8th May as part of the Chinese Drama Colloquium organised by the School of Modern Languages at the University of Newcastle, with support from the staging China network.