FIMIIDO is currently holding auditions for its upcoming original stage production of “Finders Keepers”, written and directed by Frankie-nominated Victoria Dudley.
The production is currently looking for one actor to join its team. Anyone is welcome to audition, but emphasis is put on supporting upcoming artists who are currently enrolled in or have recently graduated from a professional theatre program.
Please email your resume and a recent headshot to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 27th. You must be at least 18 years of age by the first rehearsal date.
Play Synopsis: “One thrift store, filled with a multitude of knick knacks with past lives of their own. Two people, with countless stories to tell. Three days, before everything changes for good. An exploration of storytelling and the impact our own imaginations have on our lives”
Auditions: February 28th, 2020
Preparation: It is advised to arrive fifteen minutes prior to the start time. Please dress in clothing you can move around in. Please prepare a short 30 second song to be performed acapella. Please be aware that there will be an improvised portion of the audition. Auditions should last no longer than 10 minutes.
Audition Location: John Abbott College, Casgrain Building
Tentative Rehearsal Start Date: Late March
Rehearsal Location: John Abbott College
Show Dates: There will be 6 performances scheduled in early June at the 2020 Montreal St-Ambroise Fringe Festival. Specific performance dates and times TBD.
Application Deadline: February 27th, 2020
Production Title: Finders Keepers
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Theatre Company: FIMIIDO
Director: Victoria Dudley
Mandate: “FIMIIDO is a Theatre Company based in Montreal that strives to explore the different aspects of theatre. Created entirely by theatre students, the company is dedicated to support emerging artist and give them a platform to express their artistic creativity. FIMIIDO strives to push the boundaries for those just starting out in the professional field, giving people a platform to dive head first into the creative process, both on the acting and the technical side.”