Announcement: Auditions: Mother Courage (Theatre Production)

Auditions for the Theatre and Dance production of Mother Courage and Her Children will be held Friday, October 11 from 3-6pm and Saturday, October 12 from 11am-1pm in the new Laboratory Theatre. Callbacks will be Sunday, October 13 from 10:30am-1pm. This is an epic play with music -- there are roles available for singers and non-singers.

Performances will be May 7-10, 2020.

Sign up for an audition slot, and read more information, on the call board on the main level of the Theatre and Dance building. Please contact Amy Seham at aseham@gustavus.edu with questions.

ALL are welcome to audition, including non-majors and first-years!

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Mother Courage and Her Children
By Bertolt Brecht
Amy Seham, Director

Critics have called Mother Courage, “the greatest anti-war play of all time.” Entertaining and provocative, Brecht’s epic drama alternates comic dialogue, poignant moments, unexpected songs, and stark images to challenge audiences to look through the fog of war. Brecht wrote Mother Courage in 1939 as a response to the Nazi invasion of Poland. It is as relevant and compelling today as it was then.


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Auditions for the Theatre and Dance production of Mother Courage and Her Children will be held Friday, October 11 from 3-6pm and Saturday, October 12 from 11am-1pm in the new Laboratory Theatre. Callbacks will be Sunday, October 13 from 10:30am-1pm. This is an epic play with music -- there are roles available for singers and non-singers.

Performances will be May 7-10, 2020.

Sign up for an audition slot, and read more information, on the call board on the main level of the Theatre and Dance building. Please contact Amy Seham at aseham@gustavus.edu with questions.

ALL are welcome to audition, including non-majors and first-years!

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Mother Courage and Her Children
By Bertolt Brecht
Amy Seham, Director

Critics have called Mother Courage, “the greatest anti-war play of all time.” Entertaining and provocative, Brecht’s epic drama alternates comic dialogue, poignant moments, unexpected songs, and stark images to challenge audiences to look through the fog of war. Brecht wrote Mother Courage in 1939 as a response to the Nazi invasion of Poland. It is as relevant and compelling today as it was then.

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PostedOct 07, 2019