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e Texas Shakespeare Festival, a non-Equity company, will hold New York auditions Dec. 8-12 (callbacks Dec. 15-17) for its 16th season, which will include "As You Like It," "Hamlet," "The School for Scandal," and "Once Upon a Mattress." All roles available, no roles have been pre-cast. Auditions will also be held in Los Angeles; Seattle, WA; and in Memphis, TN at the Unified Professional Theatre Auditions. Seeking 16 men and six women (actors will be cast in at least three of the four shows). Actors' salaries range from $2,500-$3,500 for the entire commitment, plus dorm room, some meals, and limited travel reimbursement. Contracts run from May 11 (arrival) to July 25 (departure); actors cast in "As You Like It" will be contracted, with an additional stipend, for a week of performances in Dallas, TX from July 23-Aug. 31. Actors should have classical training, be able to sing, possess a good sense of humor, and an eagerness to work in a rotating summer repertory season. Also seeking acting interns who will be cast in small or non-speaking roles in three of the four major shows as well as in the children's show. Acting interns will receive a $500 stipend for the entire commitment, dorm room, some meals, and six hours of college credit for those who qualify. All applicants selected for an audition will be notified by mail. Include a self-addressed, stamped, #10 business-sized envelope. Address all correspondence to Texas Shakespeare Festival, Raymond Caldwell, 1100 Broadway, Kilgore, TX 75662. Pix & resumes must be received by Nov. 15. Also accepting applications from experienced technical personnel. Technicians should send cover letter with current mailing address, listing specific skills, resume, and two letters of recommendation by March 1 for consideration. For more TSF information visit the website at http://www.texas shakespeare.com . NON-EQUITY PERFORMER

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