4th Line Theatre is auditioning for professional roles for the 2020 Summer Season. Auditions are by appointment only. Deadline for submissions is Monday, December 16, 2019. 4th Line is looking for both Union and Non-Union performers. Details are below.
Toronto Auditions Saturday, January 18th, 2020 10:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Millbrook Auditions Sunday, January 19th, 2020 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
To book, send an electronic copy of your headshot and resume by December 16, 2019 to: Kelsey Powell Artistic Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
4th Line Theatre is committed to diverse and inclusive casting. We encourage artists of all backgrounds to apply.
Unionized actors will be seen first on audition days.
The Great Shadow World Premiere By Alex Poch-Goldin Directed by Deb Williams June 30 – July 25, 2020 Previews: June 30, July 1 Opening Night: Thursday, July 2 Tuesday to Saturday at 6 pm Additional performance Monday, July 20, 2020
In The Great Shadow, set in the roaring ‘20s, the stars of the silver screen are heading to Canada as Trenton, Ontario embarks on a quest to become Hollywood North. Sparks fly in this world premiere when small-town Ontario residents collide with the Hollywood elites. From Alex Poch-Goldin, the playwright who brought you The Right Road to Pontypool and The Bad Luck Bank Robbers, The Great Shadow is a raucous comedy, packed with romance and intrigue in the golden age of film.
Casting Breakdown: 2 Actors – Female – Union or Non-Union – Must be able to play ages 35 to 45.
1 Actor – Male – Union or Non-Union – Must be able to play ages 35 to 45. ________________________________________
Wishful Seeing* World Premiere By Maja Ardal Directed by Kim Blackwell Starring Robert Winslow as Thaddeus Lewis August 4 – August 29, 2020 Previews: August 4, 5 Opening Night: Thursday, August 6 Tuesday to Saturday at 6 pm Additional performance Monday, August 24, 2020
Wishful Seeing, based on the novel of the same name by Janet Kellough, published by Dundurn Press, tells the story of saddlebag preacher Thaddeus Lewis played by Founder and Creative Director Robert Winslow, who stumbles upon a murder mystery on the shores of Rice Lake. A historical thriller set in 1853, with a colourful cast of characters set against the backdrop of a rapidly growing pre-confederation Canada. Reminiscent of the popular CBC television series “Murdoch Mysteries,” this world premiere from Maja Ardal, the writer of the sell-out hit The Hero of Hunter Street, is sure to be a 4th Line classic. Wishful Seeing*
*Based on the novel of the same name by Janet Kellough, published by Dundurn Press.
Casting Breakdown: 2 Actors – Male – Union or Non-Union – Must be able to play ages 35 to 50
2 Actors – Female – Union or Non-Union – Must be able to play ages 35 to 50.
City or Location of call: Toronto – Millbrook Please submit to: email@example.com by 2019-12-16