Call for a Dialect Coach (various British dialects) for The Blank Theatre’s production of
PETER PAN: THE BOY WHO HATED MOTHERS
by Michael Lluberes
Directed by Michael Matthews
The Blank Theatre is seeking a Dialect Coach (various British dialects) for its upcoming west coast premiere of PETER PAN: THE BOY WHO HATED MOTHERS by Michael Lluberes.
Rehearsals start March 2nd, tech begins April 13th, first preview is April 20th and opening night is April 27th.
About the show: This radically fresh retelling of the JM Barrie classic is a theatrical event not to be missed. Exploring the original ideas and inspirations behind this iconic fantasy, Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers is a visceral new retelling of the story of the boy who wouldn’t grow up. This is Peter Pan as you have never seen it before but how it was always meant to be told.
About The Blank: Started in 1990 by Founding Artistic Director Daniel Henning, The Blank Theatre is Hollywood’s regional theatre, consistently offering some of the most high-quality and entertaining productions in the area. In its 20-year history, The Blank has won hundreds of awards including every major award in Los Angeles for Outstanding Production, such as the LA Drama Critics Circle, Ovation, LA Weekly, NAACP, and Back Stage Garland awards. The Blank has been at the forefront of providing high-quality productions with a risk-taking sensibility and entertaining experiences for theatregoers. With programs such as its Living Room Series and its annual nationwide Young Playwrights Festival, The Blank Theatre is committed to developing excellence in artistic talent and providing the opportunity for artists to take bold risks.
For more information, please visit: www.TheBlank.com and
Please submit your resume and samples of work to Producing Director Matt Graber (firstname.lastname@example.org), with your name and DIALECT COACH in the subject line, by Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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