Non-profit arts group FABUM is holding auditions for its 3rd Dolce Revolution Project series.
This is a non-traditional theatre show to be performed at the historic Arts Club of Washington.
FABUM uses a collaborative approach to its performances, and actors are encouraged to provide input during rehearsals and participate in the creative process. The show will explore the anxieties and absurdities of a 'surveillance society'.
You are welcome to come with a prepared monologue or be provided slides when you arrive.
Roles (working character titles - no ethnic requirements for any):
Boldman - fit, attractive male; narcissistic
Apprentice - any gender; eager to learn
Announcer/Host - male (but gender negotiable) with great "television game show" voice
Secret Agents (3) - any gender; archetypical secret agents; often ridicule those they spy on
Fake Bohemians (2) - any gender; self-absorbed and addicted to social media
The first round of auditions will be Thursday, October 9th, 4-8pm. Additional dates may be announced shortly.
*UPDATE: Additional auditions to be held Thursday, October 16th and Wednesday, October 22nd from 3-6:30pm. Please email dolce.revolution (at) gmail.com to reserve a time.
*UPDATE: Some roles may be redesigned/renamed.
To schedule a timeslot please email a picture/resume or short introduction and your preferred 15 minute window to dolce.revolution (at) gmail.com
Tecnicus:from the ancient Greek 'techné, meaning mastery of any craft
FABUM held a fundraiser for its Spring 2013 performance season with the launch of Tecnicus Project, an event-based, visual arts and poetry series that will immerse arts-supporters in an evening where "life is art...and art is life"!
Click here to see the pictures from an evening with extraordinary local artists at The Arts Club of Washington!Artists, arts-supporters, and other marvelous individuals came out to The Arts Club of Washington on Tuesday evening, November 27th, for FABUM's first annual fundraising event featuring visual art and poetry: Tecnicus Project.
Featured individuals included Gabriel Riera, Vice-chairman of FABUM and Co-founder of BuddhaFest, Brooke Seidelmann of Smith Center for Art and Healing, Artists Tati Valle-Riestra, Katharine Heyl (Director of Visual Arts for FABUM), Ella Naj, Kelly Aronoff, Alice Pharr and Jacqueline Vasudeva (Tecnicus Creative Director), as well as our major individual sponsors John Ashford, Jill and Bill Hudock, Mark Peppas, and others.
Many thanks to the Arts Club of Washington, FABUM's Board of Directors, our sponsors, the artists and poets who made this event such a successful one! A percentage of all artwork sold went to Youth Program FABUM, and are grateful for the time and generosity of the featured artists. We were thrilled to see new faces, and encouraged by the wonderful energy and support as we begin putting together our Spring, 2013 performance season!Click the images below to view the slideshow. Thanks to H'ART SPEAX Photography and Design!
FABUM announced a new, seasonal apprenticeship program today at School Without Walls in Washington, D.C.
Jameson Freeman at School Without Walls
Launch of new apprentice program targets creative youth
December 19, 2011
FABUM announced a new apprentice program for young artists in the Washington, D.C. area. The program will be a seasonal opportunity for emerging creative minds to participate in various artistic projects that the organization sponsors.
Jameson Freeman spoke to students at School Without Walls about the organization and its mission of presenting original works that explore human nature and individual journey. He then did a workshop on the audition process, had the students perform several scenes from a new play, before explaining FABUM's new apprentice program.
The first apprenticeship opportunity involves two never-before-seen shows that FABUM is producing as part of its "The Dolce Revolution Project" series. The plays, Lemons by Barry Eitel and Lost Belongings AKA The Facebook Play by Jennifer Berry, will be performed at local venues in late March, including D.C. Arts Center and The Arts Club of Washington theater.
Students will work directly with The DRP creative team to see a production process from the inside, observe and assist with rehearsals, attend the shows, and receive professional headshots for their personal marketing purposes as emerging artists.
For more information:
...and take a look at The Dolce Revolution Project's Tumblr site: