Audition Notice: Snowglobe Theatre presents “No Exit”

Auditions: April 28, 29 | Performances: July 6, 7, 8

Snowglobe Theatre is finishing off its 2017/2018 season with the epic existential drama No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre. Performances will take place at Mainline Theatre on July 6, 7, 8, 2018.

Open auditions for No Exit is for adults of all ages and talents and will take place April 28, and 29 from 5:30pm – 9:30 pm. Times can be negotiated only if absolutely necessary. Your audition-specific time will be confirmed upon application along with location.

Typically for auditions, one (two-minute) monologue is requested and sides for the given show will be provided.

To request an audition spot, please send your CV and head-shot (if applicable) to Jon Greenway at


No Exit is the English translated Huis Clos by Jean Paul Sartre, a leading existential philosopher of the 20th century. No Exit is considered to be Sartre’s most influential artistic existential achievement. Following their arrivals to Hell, three people, quite confident in the way they lived their lives, try to determine why they could possibly be in such a place. Only through reflection and dealings with their counter-parts do they discover a crawling, unnerving, and eternal truth.


GARCIN: Male, Lived in Rio running a pacifist newspaper was shot by firing squad. The first to be brought to the room.

INEZ: Female, a postal clerk who is a self-identified sadist. Her lover turned the gas stove on in their home. The second person brought to the room.

ESTELLE: Female, a high-society woman from Paris who married into wealth before dying of pneumonia. The third and final person brought to the room.

THE VALET: Male/Female, gender neutral character who brings each person to the room. Are they the Devil? The Help? Something Else?

Also be sure to get your tickets for Snowglobe’s current production of The Medium and Riders to the Sea, two operas playing at Loyola Chapel April 19, 20, 21 at 8pm at

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