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Hello SCOT-NITS We have a new project coming up as part of Scrapyard, and we're keen to get as many different people involved as possible. Please see bellow for details of our new opportunity, what scrapyard is, and how to get involved. Many thanks Hana Scrapyard manifesto 9th - 11th of October Scrapyard is looking for theatre artists of all disciplines to take part in three-day political theatre adventure - Scrapyard Manifesto Scrapyard is a place where artists come together and explore new ways of making theatre without being restricted by the necessity to make a finished piece of work. It aims to set up an environment where people are encouraged to collaborate and take risks. Artists are split into teams, given a theme and challenged to make an innovative and unique piece of theatre. Scrapyard Manifesto is our latest theatrical challenge following successful projects with the Traverse Theatre, Luminate and manipulate. We are inviting people to come together once again, this time to make political theatre, whatever that means to you… Roxy Takeover Scrapyard Manifesto participants will take over the entire Roxy Theatre in Edinburgh for three days, where we will have the freedom to play and experiment to create short pieces of theatre to challenge, provoke and stimulate debate. A public performance of the work created will take place in the Roxy on the 11th of October at 8pm. To Apply- DEADLINE Please send a copy of your CV with a cover letter detailing why you would like to take part in Scrapyard Manifesto to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, you must be free on the 9th, 10th and 11th of October to take part. N.B. Scrapyard Manifesto is an artist led, unfunded project kindly supported by the Roxy. No one involved in the project is paid but we do work hard to make Scrapyard a valuable and unique professional development opportunity for participating artists.
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Common Man: Community Project Edinburgh Who is it for The National Theatre of Scotland are looking to engage with young people aged 16 – 20 in each of the areas that the In Time o’ Strife tours to. We are looking for people who are excited about devising a piece of theatre together, who can work well as part of a creative team and who are passionate about exploring how theatre can be used to carry a positive political message. Musicians and songwriters would also be very welcome. What is it all about? Making Positive Protest Theatre. This means creating a short piece of contemporary theatre from scratch that has a strong political message, inspired by the poem I am the Common Man. It will be passionate and thought provoking. It will be created using voice work, spoken word and movement. It will also involve writing songs to accompany the work. Where will we rehearse and perform? We will rehearse at The Traverse Theatre. Our performance will be before the Saturday matinee at the centre. Actual space TBC. We’re aiming for outside the building (e.g. Festival Square) or in the Traverse Foyer/Bar. When? Saturday 6 September 10am – 4pm Tues 9 September 6 – 8pm Saturday 13 September 10am – 5pm Saturday 13 September will include our own performance and all members of the cast will be invited to attend In Time o’Strife matinee performance for FREE. How do I sign up? Please send an email to email@example.com For more information you can phone: 0141 227 9232
Hello, I’m looking for 2 actors to be available for a reading of a new script this Thursday at 2pm. Ideally you would be Edinburgh based and be between the ages of 25 to 30. This is the first reading of a new script which explores the repetitive life of two young men living in poverty within a rural Scottish town. Please do not apply if at all disturbed by notions of violence and offensive language. Unfortunately we are unable to offer any fees for this reading (I know this can be a bug-bear on the forum), however we would offer travel expenses, lunch (if necessary) and as much coffee as you can drink. And of course a beer afterwards to chat. Anyone who is offered the reading would of course be considered when running this production. please respond off-forum to firstname.lastname@example.org Warmest regards Sean Wildey
Fancy performing in a Fringe show this summer? Theatre Alba are looking a male actor - playing age 20-35 - to play Darnley in Mary Stuart - Queen of Scots due to a dropout. Wonderful, collaborative company with a great camaraderie and the show is in Duddingston Kirk Gardens; by far the most beautiful venue in Edinburgh. It will also transfer to the Brunton immediately after. Profit share, but there WILL be some profit and potential for a fully funded tour next year. Also looking, if possible, for a guitar playing Rizzio. Please share with anyone who may be interested. Contact: Maria Macdonald: email@example.com or Charlie: 01875 871279