Strong & Feisty Actors required for R&D - Paid Opportunity.

Some of you may have seen Sarah Jane Leigh's recent blog post inviting applications from actors to join the Motherlode Ensemble.

As Motherlode can now confirm we've been successful in our Arts Council of Wales Application for our new project RHUM, we'd like to meet actors for the projects first stage of development.

We're looking for strong, playful and hardworking actors who are open to the devising process and physical theatre. The ability to play instruments and sing is also desirable.

Ultimately, we'd like to meet people who have a strong work ethic and like to work as part of an ensemble.

If you'd like to come along to our audition workshops on Sunday16th of November, please send a CV and Headshot to sarahjane@motherlodetheatre.com

Recalls will take place on Sunday 23rd of November.

All work will be paid at equity rates although we cannot cover expenses for the auditions.

You will need to be available for full time rehearsals on the following dates.

Wednesday 26th November - Friday 5th December (Excluding Sunday)

We look forward to hearing from you,

Rachael and the Motherlode Team

@motherlodewales @raccibee

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Comment by Elaine Paton on November 5, 2014 at 11:22

Hi RAchael, I just wondered if you received my email?  Cheers Elaine

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