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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AUDITIONS
The Imaginators, by Dwayne Hartford is the story of three children and the power of imagination. Anne and Tim have just moved to a new town and struggle to make new friends. Through a new neighbor, the children discover their own strengths, the value of cooperation, and the unlimited power of their imaginations as they figure out how to defeat an imaginary monster! The play reminds children and adults alike never to lose their sense of play and creativity.
Timothy- played as male, any ethnicity/type. Must be at least 18, to play a child. An imaginative young boy who moves to a new town with his sister Anne. He is prone to playing make-believe and telling stories. He’s usually out-going but does get pushed around easily by both Nina and Anne.
Anne- played as female, any ethnicity/type. Must be at least 18, to play a child. Tim’s older sister. She has also moved to a new town and looks forward to meeting the popular girls in her new school. She loves to work on her computer and get good grades. She is easily annoyed by her younger brother, Tim, and thinks playing make-believe is a bit childish.
Nina- played as female, any ethnicity/type. Must be at least 18, to play a child. Nina is an eccentric young girl who loves making things up. She has a huge imagination and heart, but struggles to make friends in school. She befriends her new neighbors, Timothy and Anne, and leads their new group, “The Imaginators” on an epic adventure.
William- played as male, any ethnicity/type. Must be at least 18, to play a teenager. Nina’s older brother who spends much of his time looking for his little sister. Nina hides from him, telling her new friends he is actually a monster in disguise. In the end, he’s a pretty normal big brother.
Auditions are open to actors ages 18 and up. Actors hired will undergo a federal background check through the Elyria Board of Education. Please note: Actors will need to have weekday, daytime availability (school hours) for performances May 4th-29th but rehearsal hours can be flexible/evenings to accommodate actors’ schedules, particularly college students.
REHEARSALS: April 13th-May 4th based on actor availability.
PERFORMANCES: May 4th- 29th, 2020. Weekdays during school hours as in-school assemblies throughout NE Ohio. Most performances are in Lorain County, though also occasionally occur in Cuyahoga, Summit and Medina counties. Tours are open for booking throughout the full touring schedule, but many days may not be booked. Actors can expect to perform about 15 shows total throughout those dates.
COMPENSATION: Actors are paid of stipend of $500. Transportation to schools and/or transportation reimbursement is also provided by Spark Theatre Company.