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Pierce College Puyallup Theatre SPRING 2016 Murder Stories AUDITION PACKET
Synopsis/About the Show.
This show is student devised and explores some of the most mysterious creatures in our world,
crows. Some say they’re an omen of death, a religious icon, tricksters, and even a nuisance.
Because this is a devised show, we don’t have a script and we need your help to write one!
• Please prepare a 2-5 minute original performance (this could be a poem, a story,
interpretive dance, etc.) that is directly inspired by at least one of the links below.
• This does not need to be memorized. You’re not expected to be a brilliant writer, but
we want to see what creativity you have.
• Once you have a performance prepared, fill out the audition form on the next two pages
and bring that with you to auditions.
• Pick one of the audition days (March 14, 15, or 21st) and show up at 4:30PM in the Black
Box (AAH 110) to share what you came up with.
Sioux Legend of How the Crow Came to be Black
“Murder of One” by The Counting Crows
“Crows Clever Enough to Learn a Shell Game” New York Times
“Portage Bay Crow Battle Lands in Court” Seattle Times
“Crow Goes Hunting” by Ted Hughes
Audition Form – Pierce College Puyallup
Please write legibly
Pierce College email address: ________________________
alternate or preferred email: ___________________
Previous theatre experience (if any):
Can you sing?
If yes, what experience/voice type:
Do you have any particular physical skills (i.e. dance, juggling, acrobatics, magic, etc.)
If NOT cast, would you be interested in assisting with writing, costumes, props, set construction or ushering?
Some roles may dictate that an actor may need to change their appearance. If the role requires would you:
Cut/Grow Hair? _____
Dye Hair? ______
Cut/Grow Facial Hair? _____
Are you able to secure reliable transportation to and from all rehearsals and performances? _______
Please place an X during times you are unavailable for rehearsal.
List any one-time conflicts that you have between now and May 28th:
Can you commit to being here from 5:00pm to 9:00pm on May 25, 26, 27, 28? (if no, please explain)
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