Neutrino & New England Family Improv Auditions
Sunday, June 18th, 12-3 p.m.
Tribe house team Neutrino
, fresh off its successful first run, and member team New England Family
, which completed a great first run last winter, are collectively holding auditions to add members to their groups. The Tribe's Member Team program empowers artists to bring their visions to life, casting their own troupes and choosing their directors with the support and guidance of The Tribe. Member troupes are self-sufficient, artist-driven teams. Our house teams, which included Neutrino and the Tribe Players, are administrated by the Tribe with goal of creating and supporting top quality, innovative shows. Our goal is to create an environment that fosters new cutting-edge shows, eagerly anticipated by artists and audiences alike.
Neutrino Video Projects Boston
Directed by Jason Haas
Rehearsals: Wednesdays 7-10 p.m.
Part of the nationwide Neutrino Network, this troupe pulls off the remarkable feat of creating 25-minute, improvised and "almost-live" movies right in front of the audience by taking video cameras and improvisors right out into the streets! Using a structure that borrows heavily from the Harold, improvisors create intimate and engaging stories with hilarious outcomes, incorporating whatever and whoever they encounter while shooting in the area around the theatre. Performers are expected to be committed and high-energy, bringing openness, focus and a desire to take risks to the table for every show. Each member will learn to operate all of our audiovisual equipment, be responsible for their own attendance, and take their commitment seriously. The current team's tremendous efforts over the last seven months have yielded shows that left audiences astounded, begging for more, and demanding to know how it's done. Are you ready to be a part of this innovative and challenging team?!
New England Family
Directed by Maria Simmons
New England Family is a character-based long form improv show dealing with the relationships of a family who live in Quincy on Mass' South Shore. The characters are based around familiar Boston personalities and return each show. The show follows a set format including monologues and a series of scenes. Every performance begins with an inspiration from the audience which the cast will use as motivation for the show. This show targets truth in comedy as the cast strives to discover and present the real emotions behind a family's dysfunction.
Sunday, June 18th, from 12-3 p.m. You will most likely be asked to stay the entire three hours, as you will be performing a variety of scenes and exercises with all your fellow auditioners.
50 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA. Please check Google maps or Mapquest for directions.
Callbacks will be held individually by each member team. Most callbacks for Neutrino will be June 25th, but if you can't make that date, do not let that discourage you from auditioning. Callback dates for New England Family will be announced at a later date.
How to sign up:
Please e-mail email@example.com
to reserve a slot. Please include your contact info, a head shot or clear photo of yourself if possible, along with a theater/improv resume or list of theater/improv experience.
Bring hardcopies of the photo and resume to the auditions. We will e-mail you back to confirm your slot. Please wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes to the auditions. Previous improv experience or classes are recommended but not necessary.
About The Tribe:
Voted "Best Comedy Club" for the past three years in The Boston Phoenix, The Tribe shares the common goal of producing top quality performances and films with an independent spirit. Our mission is to make Boston a hub for improv, theater, music, and film, and a city where artists gain national recognition. The Tribe was founded on improvisational theater, and the spirit of improvisation - invention, spontaneity, and flexibility - continues to be at the core of who we are. Tribe members from our different units share ideas, resources, and performances in order to enrich each other, and to expose our audiences to diverse, intelligent, and memorable entertainment.
Praise for The Tribe:
"Best Comedy Club" - The Boston Phoenix (2003, 2004, 2005)
"Powerfully polished" - The Boston Herald "Best up-and-coming talent" - The Boston Globe
"An energy that smacks of early Saturday Night Live casts" - INsite Magazine