Audition Notice Seeking a skilled BIPOC comedienne good with accents (English or other European dialect) for a role in a new show from Geekenders and Affair of Honor, written by Fairlith Harvey with music by Alison Jenkins. KILL THE RIPPER: While history’s most infamous killer stalks the streets of Whitechapel, a remarkable trio of women must take matters into their own hands and learn to find, fight, and destroy a murderer. Venue: The Rio Theatre Team Director: Fairlith Harvey Fight Directors: Nathania Bernabe and Jackie T. Hanlin Assistant Director/Intimacy Director: Phay Moores PUDDING — (f, 20s-early 30s) Optimistic with a unique perspective on life that could be mistaken for lack of intellect. Likes to discover new things and doesn’t care for being bored. She would love to be an actor, but thinks her inability to read precludes her from doing this. A romantic. She is the most emotionally intelligent of the three friends. MUST BE EXCELLENT STAGE COMBATANT **OR** MOVER WILLING TO ATTEND STAGE COMBAT WORKSHOPS PAID FOR BY THE PRODUCTION. Performers of all backgrounds, genders, and body types are welcome. CAEA actors are welcome to apply. Actor fee equivalent to an ITA contract for seven weeks (total $4516.75). This was made possible by the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts. General Rehearsal Schedule: *rehearsal venue located in Vancouver, BC November 15 -- December 10 2021 (Monday to Friday) December 11 -- January 2 2022 off for holidays January 3-15 2022 (Monday to Saturday) January 18 & 19 2022 (Tech/Dress rehearsals) Performance Dates: January 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, and 29 2022 We are currently working on adding tour dates throughout British Columbia for February, May, and June 2022. Please submit a headshot (or just picture of yourself that you love), resume, and self tape to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 3rd, 2021. Your self-tape should include: A slate. Video of movement showcasing whatever it means to you to move dynamically. This can be something you already have online, or something new you create. Minimum 30 seconds in length. A read of the scene provided by production. Using a dialect encouraged. Callbacks will be hosted via Zoom on June 4/5 2021. There will be a promotional photoshoot currently scheduled for June 13th.