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Friday, September 11th  from 3pm - 5pm (open call)
Room C – Loeb Drama Center
64 Brattle Street, Harvard Square

The American Repertory Theater is seeking interesting and enthusiastic actor/dancer/singers for replacements, understudy and swing assignments in The Donkey ShowThe Donkey Show tells the story of A Midsummer Night’s Dream through some of the great 70’s anthems.  The enchanted forest of Shakespeare’s classic comedy becomes the glittered world of disco as the lovers escape from their real lives to the experience a night of dream, abandon, and fantasy.


Female Actresses, 18-35:

Seeking female actresses to play multiple roles (each actress plays 2 roles except for Disco Girl).  Must have excellent physical skills and ability to sing out over a boisterous crowd.  Must also be able to play a believable male 70’s character and command an audience through improv and performance.  All women should try to bring a female and male outfit option that they can move in (ie dress and heels for female role, dress pants jacket and flat shoes for male roles).

Roles are:
Helen/Vinnie 1
Dimitri/Vinnie 2
Disco Girl

Male Dancer/performers, 18-35:

Seeking hot, hunky, uninhibited, vibrant, eccentric, charismatic, high energy, athletic performers to join the ensemble as Tytania’s club nymphs. Dancers should have a big personality and be able to work a crowd.  Performers will need to be comfortable dancing shirtless in Gogo boy shorts.

Also seeking:

-Male Actor for the role of Dr. Wheelgood, Mr. Oberon’s devilish trickster.  Wheelgood is on rollerskates for the entire performance, must have excellent skating ability.  Bring skates to the audition if coming for this role.

-Male Actor for the role of the DJ.  Must have real DJ skills, and spin disco music for the pre and post shows.  DJ is the heart and pulse of Club OBERON with an electric personality and a love for nightlife.

There will be one open call audition session:
Friday, September 11th  from 3pm - 5pm (open call)
Room C – Loeb Drama Center
64 Brattle Street, Harvard Square

This is an open call audition, no need to schedule a specific time. Please show up at the start of the open call time.

For the audition you will be taken through some improvisational exercises, a 15-20 minute dance call and you will be asked to sing a short 70’s disco song a cappella.

For more information please email

Again, this is an open call, no specific audition slot needs to be scheduled.

This production at OBERON is not on Equity contract and both AEA and Non-AEA performers may audition for this production.


Details for the 2014/15 Season Auditions are available to view here.

There is a separate application/audition process for the Institute for Advanced Theater Training. See the Institute home page for details.


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Only applications submitted through Harvard University's online application site will be considered. Please do not send employment inquiries or applications via email or mail.



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The American Repertory Theater welcomes you to be a part of an exciting theater community! Volunteer Ushers get a glimpse behind the scenes and work closely with the Front of House operations. Under the supervision of the House Manager and working with the Front of House Staff, volunteers are assigned duties that might include distributing programs, providing information about the show, scanning patrons’ tickets at the door, light clean up after the performance, and completing other tasks during and after the show. Volunteers must wear white tops and black slacks or skirts; no jeans, t-shirts or sneakers. Arrival time is normally 90 minutes before the performance but this may vary depending on the production.

Volunteer Ushers will be able to see the performance free of charge but may have to join Standing Room Only if the show is sold-out. Volunteer Ushering is only available for shows at the Loeb Drama Center, the A.R.T.’s main performance space on Brattle Street.

Please click here to sign up to volunteer for Natasha, Pierre & and The Great Comet of 1812 or The Pirate Princess.

We look forward to seeing you at the American Repertory Theater.

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