2015/2016 Theatre and Dance auditions
Written & Directed by Avery Collins and Tyasia Velines
Ghetto Symphony illustrates the everyday life of Black urban youth in Baltimore. Mike, the central character, struggles with achieving his dreams while navigating between various roles that are unconsciously dictated to him by those who see him as the lesser. When the cops think that all Black men are the same, when light skin vs. dark skin wars flare, and when Black men are stripped of agency in their homes, Mike has nothing to clutch on to but his dreams. While his dreams are young, they are filled with hope. This Hip H'Opera chronicles Mike's discovery of purpose in his life and the manifestation of his dreams.
Performances: April 1-3, 2016, in the Dance Theatre
AUDITIONS: Saturday, January 30th from 1-3pm
CALLBACKS: Saturday, January 30th from 4-5pm
MULITZ-GUDELSKY REHEARSAL ROOM 3730
· Monologue: 1-2 Minute Contemporary Monologue (Preferably memorized).
· Be prepared to present a “rap” of your choosing or creation. It can be an original or a cover. It can be sung, performed as spoken word, or presented in your own style. It does not need to be memorized.
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