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Audition Information: Be part of the audio “cast” of "La Ronde," created by visiting French performance company Projet In Situ.

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Audition Information: Be part of the audio “cast” of "La Ronde," created by visiting French performance company Projet In Situ.

Time: July 20, 2016 at 9am to August 5, 2016 at 5pm
Location: International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Street: 195 Church Street 12th Floor
City/Town: New Haven
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Phone: 2034981212
Event Type: audition
Organized By: Int'l Festival of Arts & Ideas
Latest Activity: Aug 5, 2016

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Event Description

Join us as part of the audio “cast” of La Ronde (The Round), created by visiting French performance company Projet In Situ.

We are looking for volunteers to audio-audition to participate in the making of La Ronde, an unusual sensory experience open to the public October 8–16 at the New Haven Armory in conjunction with the ArtSpace’s annual City Wide Open Studios. More info on Projet In Situ: La Ronde >


We are looking for voices - both adults and children (between ages 8–10) to develop audio recordings with Projet In Situ prior to October that will serve as audience guides for La Ronde.

No prior artistic experience is needed! You only need to be curious, feel comfortable recording your voice and be willing to share your creativity being part of this creative process. Participation includes a time commitment of approximately 19.5 hours (adults) 9.5 hours (children).


* Request audio recording instructions by completing this Questionnaire.
* Follow the instructions to record and submit your audio-audition by August 5, 2016.
* Finalists will be contacted by September 5 and must attend the following sessions during weeks of September 19 and 26.


ALL participants: Tuesday, Sept 20 evening: 90 minute meet and greet.
ADULTS: Friday Sept 23, and Saturday, Sept 24: 9am – 5pm group workshop rehearsal, with lunch breaks.
CHILDREN: Wednesday, Sept 21 - Saturday, Sept 24: late afternoon/early evening: 90-minute group workshop rehearsals.


ALL PARTICIPANTS: Individually scheduled 2 hour appointment for final recording. Parent/guardian of child participant may attend.


Workshops will take place in a New Haven studio and the New Haven Armory, offering some unusual sensorial experiences. You will play with all possibilities to be physically present in a space with some choreographic tasks. Workshops will start as a group and then become individual work with Projet In Situ choreographers.

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