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Cast Bulletin #2 Casting Assignments
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Casting assignments have been made!
A few things to consider:
  • You have been randomly assigned a tale. See the title and link to the text below. Pick a character from your tale to portray, basing your persona and costume on this character.
  • Using less than 200 words, pick an excerpt of the tale to tell. 
    • We strongly recommend the end of the tale- this is the best part with both conflict and resolution.    
    • Consecutive words work best. 
    • If you are not starting with the beginning, start your tale with, "And then..."
    • DO NOT rewrite the tale. 
  • Casting was assigned randomly. 
  • Performers who signed up together will be located next to each other but your tales may not relate.
Casting assignment

Tale: <<Tale>>
Tale Link: <<Tale Link>>

Now that you have taken this all in...we can almost read your mind: "Method Machine, we are doing what?!" Maybe you muttered something even more colorful to yourself. We understand your response because we ask ourselves that all the time. 

Rehearsal reminder:
Sept 10 RIT @ Noon - 2 pm (see map)
Sept 11 RIT @ Noon - 2 pm (see map) 
Sept 18 Lutheran Church @ Noon - 2 pm  111 N Chestnut St, Rochester, NY 14604 
      (**in the last email the rehearsal times were incorrectly listed at 2-4p. Sorry!)


Happy reading,
The Creative Team of Grimms' Mad Tales

 
 
Why only 200 words? 

First, we have learned, from rehearsals and Spoon River Rochester that 100-200 words is the perfect length for the audience to experience the stories AND the entire performance. Second, we recommend the end of the story because this is the BEST part! This is where the lessons are learned, the conflicts are waged and it is the part of the stories we know the least. Lastly, this is your show as much as it is ours. We love the creativity and energy you bring to creating the work.  


Fringe is Looking for Volunteers!
Fringe is looking for outgoing, dependable and friendly candidates to usher, assist in the Fringe Information Booth, help with production and pre-production activities and generally to fill in wherever an extra hand is needed. Lots of great benefits!! Click here to volunteer!



 
photo credit Erich Camping
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