Kentucky Shakespeare will hold a general season audition, for spring tour and summer season, on Saturday, October 26 and Monday, October 28, 2020. Actors who have not previously worked with us may schedule an audition spot beginning September 16, by emailing Amy Attaway, Associate Artistic Director. Actors are asked to prepare two contrasting Shakespeare monologues under 3 minutes total.
2020 Hamlet spring tour: Kentucky Shakespeare is seeking locally-based actors for the 2020 spring tour of Hamlet. Kentucky Shakespeare is 1 of 40 U.S. theatre companies selected as a recipient of the NEA Shakespeare in American Communities grant, supporting this program. Submit headshots and resumes via email to Amy Attaway, Associate Artistic Director, or via mail to Kentucky Shakespeare, 323 W. Broadway, Suite 401, Louisville, KY 40202. 7 actors and 1 stage manager/sound engineer will be hired February 10-May date TBD. Three weeks rehearsal and touring to schools and parks throughout the area.
2020 Summer Season Actor Submissions: Local actors may submit headshots and resumes on an ongoing basis for future consideration. Non-local actors may submit headshots and resumes through December 1, 2019, for consideration for the 2020 Summer Season. Please submit materials via email to Amy Attaway, Associate Artistic Director, or via mail to Kentucky Shakespeare, 323 W. Broadway, Suite 401, Louisville, KY 40202. Callbacks will be scheduled as needed only.
2020 Season Technicians: We have filled all technical positions for summer 2019, but we are interested in keeping a roster of local technicians. If you are interested, please submit letter and resume to Amy Attaway, Associate Artistic Director.
Interns: We offer paid internships in every department of the theatre during our summer season. If you’re interested in learning more, contact Amy Attaway, Associate Artistic Director. All 2019 positions are filled, but we’re happy to hear from potential volunteers or interns for the fall and spring semesters.
See the document below for more details.