Audition: The Covid Confessions

Audition: The Covid Confessions

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Nov. 14 @ 1pm
Nov. 15 @ 7pm
Nov. 16 @ 7pm CALLBACKS

CENTERstage Productions is excited to announce auditions for a new play, The Covid Confessions, written and directed by Louisa Vilardi.

After time has passed, what will be remembered of this uncertain world we are currently navigating? Through tales of pain, empathy, and pure insanity, The Covid Confessions is a series of monologues that chronicles personal accounts of those who lived to share them. This play explores stories of those affected by the current health crisis as well as political and social injustices that consume our lives. Filled with honest humor and heartfelt tragedy, The Covid Confessions promises to be an evening of theatre that will place the mirror to our reality as we continue to trudge through a global pandemic that has changed our lives. 

Written and Directed by Louisa Vilardi.

Location: The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.

Performance Dates: Jan. 8-10, 2021 -  this performance will be live streamed to our audiences every night, meaning you will be on the stage performing to cameras and being streamed (a la SNL or the Carol Burnett show) to the audience at home.

Seeking:  A minimum of 10 performers of all genders, ages 18+. Strongly encourage women, persons of color, and LGBTQ individuals to apply. We are committed to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in all areas of our work. 

Prepare / Bring: Please prepare one minute of any part of the following monologues from the show OR perform a cold reading of one of the attached monologues.  Please click HERE for attached audition materials.

Bring your schedule and be prepared to list your conflicts.

COVID AUDITION PROTOCOL: When you arrive for the audition, please be masked and grab an audition form from the stage manager. 
Fill out this form in the comfort of your car. 
When completed, please return to stage manager who will ask you to remain in your car until you are called on your cell to come in for the audition.
Once inside the audition room, you will be distanced by over 15 feet from the director and you may be unmasked to perform your monologue.

Questions: Contact artistic director Kevin Archambault at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..