The Guild depends on creative volunteers like you to keep making great theatre! Whether as a board member, crew member, performer, box office attendant or bartender, the Guild wants to put your passion to good use!
Whether you're an experienced performer or just getting started, come play with us at the Guild!
Public auditions for onstage roles are held before each production. We advertise auditions here on our website, as well as through our Facebook page, the artsnet mailing list, and What's Up Yukon.
by Duncan Macmillan
with Jonny Donahoe
directed by Odile Nelson
When: Saturday October 3, 2020 from 10am to 1pm & Sunday, October 4, 2020 from 12pm to 4pm.
Auditioners will be asked to read from the script and improvise a scene.
To book an audition or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rehearsals will start October 13 and run through November 17. Show dates are Wednesday thru Saturday, November 18 thru December 5, 2020.
Character description: Every Brilliant Thing is an interactive monologue featuring one performer of any gender or ethnicity, roughly between the ages of 30 and 55. We are looking for a performer who enjoys engaging directly with an audience and who has experience, or enjoys the prospect of improvising each night. We are considering double casting this part.
Play description: Every Brilliant Thing is a delightful one-person show about depression. It’s also about love and the many amazing things that can, despite it all, make life worth living. Each night, the play’s narrator welcomes audience members to take an active role in the retelling of how they and their family struggled with their mother’s chronic depression.
Every Brilliant Thing is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
We are always looking for folks who are interested in:
With some advance notice of your interest, we can also look into setting up shadowing and mentoring opportunities with other key players in the Guild community.
There are countless opportunities:
Do you have a fondness for sticky tabs, precise note-taking and having your pencils stolen repeatedly? Stage management could be for you!
Like building everyday objects designed to be smashed 15 times in a row? How about setting pillows on fire? You could be our next master prop builder!
How about purposefully dragging a crisp, clean suit through the mud? Watch out, we got a costume designer over here!
Know how to get that hardwood-floor look with only 3 colours of acrylic paint? Fiddle dee-dee, it's our next scenic painter!
The production management team wants to know who you are and how you are interested in being involved in the future!
In these unusual times we have come up with new guidelines to become a member of the Guild Society. We are offering memberships this year for a donation of whatever you feel you’re able to afford. Previously memberships have been offered at $15 ($10 renewal at AGM) but this year please feel free to contribute whatever you are able to.
Guild Membership benefits will include:
Support The Guild by becoming a member or simply make a donation by e-transferring to email@example.com
Thank you for your support!
We are so grateful to our current sponsors who make the best in community theatre happen! If you would also like to become a Guild member, individual or corporate supporter, please speak to our front of house manager or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.