The Imaginary Invalid, by Moliere – Directed by Scott Blanks
Performance Dates: April 20—29, 2017, 8:00 PM – Finlay Park
The South Carolina Shakespeare Company will hold auditions for Moliere’s hilarious Restoration comedy, The Imaginary Invalid, Sunday, January 29th at 4:00 PM and Monday, January 30th at 7:00 PM at The Columbia Music Festival Association (CMFA) located at 914 Pulaski Street in the Vista. Parts are available for 8 males and 4 females. You may audition with a brief comic monologue of your choosing from any play (classical or contemporary) or a reading from The Imaginary Invalid. For more information, call 787-2273.
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MISSION STATEMENT of the South Carolina Shakespeare Company
The mission of the South Carolina Shakespeare Company is to produce professional quality theatrical productions for our city and state, with an emphasis on the plays of William Shakespeare. As part of this endeavor to enhance South Carolina’s cultural fabric, we are committed to presenting two free productions a year to the public in our city parks. We seek through these performances to unify our diverse population, to foster a culture that is increasingly excited and knowledgeable by live theatre, to provide educational programs in our schools and community that empower and illuminate active interest in language, art, and history, and to cultivate an audience that reflects the rich diversity of our state.