by Susan Glaspell
directed Anna Elizabeth Gant
This one-act play was one of the first pieces written during the beginnings of the feminist movement, and is one of the most anthologized dramas in history. It follows an investigation into the murder of a woman in a small Massachusetts town, and shows the public and private lives of women, the ways in which they act in front of each other, and in front of men.
This is a non-union, unpaid, virtual production.
The performance will be pre-recorded and streamed September 23-25 on-demand.
Actors are required to provide their own props and costumes (within reason)
June 27 and 28 from 6-8pm EST (only one night per auditioner)
One-on-one virtual appointments in 10 minute blocks
Prepare a 90 second dramatic monologue
If you are unable to attend either night, you can submit a video audition (see contact info in form below).