by Acme Theatre Company Members
by Morgan Lord Malcolm
All Acme activities will be masked, with 6-foot distance and all participants will be required to be tested for Covid twice a week, regardless of their vaccination status.
We strongly encourage all Acme company members and family members to get vaccinated, unless otherwise advised by their doctor.
Acme's Covid safety protocols are posted here so that all company members (and their families) can decide if they feel comfortable participating.
Email our student Stage Manager, Mattias, at email@example.com
All graduating 8th - 12th grade students are invited to be a part of Acme Theatre Company’s two in-person summer productions. No acting or theatre experience required!
Black, Indigenous and People of Color, folks with disabilities, and trans & non-binary folks are particularly invited.
11am - 12pm, Tue, June 15 Zoom Info Session
9:30am - 12pm, Wed, June 16 In-Person, 10-Min, Individual Audition Slots
9:30am - 12pm, Thurs, June 17 In-Person, 10-Min, Individual Audition Slots
9:30am - 12pm, Fri, June 18 In-Person, Group Call Backs
In a glorious blaze of passion, fun, and fury, Emilia Bassano tells the story of how a woman of color became the first published female poet of Renaissance England. To give you a sense of the play, here is the trailer from the West End production.
Up to 16 acting roles
Rehearsals are June 21 - 23, Mon - Fri, 9:30am - 12pm
Evening rehearsals July 12 - 23 from 6pm - 10pm
Shows: July 23, 24, 30 & 31
In this 4-week project Acme actor-playwrights will work with playwright Briandaniel Oglesby to research lesser-known activists in US social justice movements and bring their stories to life through a writing, devising, and workshop process.
Up to 8 actor-playwrights can participate
Rehearsals are Mon / Wed / Fri, 1pm - 3pm, June 21 - July 16
All-day rehearsal Saturday, July 17
Staged Reading: July 17
We expect all company members to put their availability on the Conflict Form, which we will provide after you sign up! We will then build the rehearsal schedule. Unless there is an emergency, we ask that actors do their utmost to avoid adding additional conflicts. Actors who are missing more than two weeks of rehearsal may not be cast.