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THOC calls for actors

Before the curtain falls, there’s all kinds of magic that happen on stage. If you are a professional actor or a drama school graduate and are aged between 20 and 45 the Cyprus Theatre Organisation (THOC) needs you.

A series of auditions are taking place at the beginning of May for actors as THOC prepares its new pro-ductions. Actors are needed for two plays: Telemachou Tsardaka and Dionysis Mbasta’s The Girl Who Insists and Giorgi Tsouri’s 170 Square Metres (Moonwalk).

Both of the plays will be presented in October later this year but if you’re interested in taking part, there’s no time to waste. Auditions for The Girl Who Insists will take place on May 13 for 20 to 45-year-olds at THOC’s New Building yet a CV along with a recent photo have to be sent to [email protected] by May 6.

Actors will be asked to narrate a fairy tale in modern Greek along with a song of their choice. And if you’re acquainted with a musical instrument, that will be of value.

The Moonwalk play calls for male actors between 25 and 40 and female actresses between 20 and 40. Its auditions are split into two parts. The first one is on May 8 and the second on May 10, both at the New Building THOC. Similar to the previous audition process, interested actors will have to email a CV and a recent photo to the same email address by April 30. Those called to audition will have to present an extract from the play, which will be sent to them in advance.

In both cases, actors will be notified via email and for any queries contact [email protected]

Auditions at THOC
Call for actors and drama school graduates to audition for two new THOC plays to be presented in Oc-tober 2019. Contact: [email protected] Tel: 22-864361

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