Brian Clowdus Experiences is thrilled to be returning to New England with Charlotte’s Web Experience, The Sleepy Hollow Experience at Old Sturbridge Village, and NEW for 2020, The Sleepy Hollow Experience at Coggeshall Farm. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of the magic.
March 19 • Bristol, RI
March 20 • Sturbridge, MA
Charlotte’s Web Experience Coggeshall Farm
First Rehearsal: 6/19/20
Fridays 6pm, Saturdays 10am & 2pm,
Sundays 10am & 2pm
Sleepy Hollow Experience OSV
Location: Old Sturbridge Village, MA
Runs: October 2020
Sleepy Hollow Experience Coggeshall Farm
Runs: October 2020
Thursday – Sundays
Note: These are outdoor productions.
We are seeking actors who are excited to work outside.
Charlotte’s Web Experience
[Wilbur] male, any ethnicity. 18-30. a pig; naive, eventually courageous. Loveable and curious about the world. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
[Charlotte/Mrs. Arable/Baby Spider] female, any ethnicity. 18-30. a spider; Wilbur’s barnyard guardian angel. Smart, resourceful, wise and a but quirky. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
[Fern/Goose/Spectator/Judge] female, any ethnicity. 18-30. A young girl; loyal and loving. Wilbur’s protector. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
[Templeton/Arable/Lurvy] male, any ethnicity. 18-30. a rat; selfish and mischievous. Also Plays Fern’s father, Arable. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
[Homer/Sheep/Avery] male, 18-30. a friendly farmer. Must be able to play several characters. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
[Narrator/Gander/Reporter] any gender, 20-30. Energetic driving force of the story. Strong sense of improv and storytelling. Must be able to play multiple characters. Ability to sing and play an instrument a plus.
The Sleepy Hollow Experience
[Ichabod Crane] Male, any ethnicity, 20s-30s. An awkward fellow with a love of food and books. With a quick temper, he has a terrible fear of ghosts and goblins. Ichabod is madly in love with Katrina Van Tassel. Ability to sing and play instruments a plus.
[Katrina Van Tassel] Female, any ethnicity, 20s-30s. A blooming lass and only child, Katrina knows how to get what she wants. Unafraid to use her charm and wit to woo. Ability to sing and play instruments a plus.
[Brom Bones] Male, Any Ethnicity, 20s-30s. Masculine and well-built, with a little bit of slow wit; not very educated. Brom is the king of the town and a bit of a bully. He wants Katrina and will do anything to get her. Ability to sing and play instruments a plus.
[Storyteller 1] Female, Any ethnicity. 20s-30s. A dark and quirky narrator, she drives the story. Has a strong sense of improv and storytelling; plays multiple characters. Must sing well and play instruments.
[Storyteller 2] male, any ethnicity. 20s-30s. The energetic, funny sidekick to storyteller 1. Has a strong sense of improv and storytelling; plays multiple characters. Must sing well and playing instruments a plus.
[Creepy Critters] Any gender, any ethnicity, 18+. An ensemble of strong physical actors with a wide vocabulary of movement to help tell the story.
About Brian Clowdus Experiences:
Brian Clowdus is the CEO of Brian Clowdus Experiences, which is taking his environmental work all across the country, expanding at an unprecedented rate. Brian is also the founder of Serenbe Playhouse, the nation’s premiere outdoor site-specific theatre company. He has performed and directed in Tokyo, London, Canada, Central and South America, The Caribbean, NYC, LA and in almost every other major city in the United States. Brian was named the Top Artistic Director in Atlanta and one of the Top 20 Atlantans to Watch by Creative Loafing, one of the Top 15 Atlantans under 40 by Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Magazine, one of the Top 40 Under 40 by Georgia Trend, one of the Most Influential Atlantans In The Entertainment Industry by Men’s Book Atlanta, and most recently one of Atlanta’s 500 Most Powerful Leaders by Atlanta Magazine.
This is a professional paid production.
Non-AEA talent, all ethnicities.
Email [email protected] with preferred location. Audition appointments will be scheduled via on a first come first serve basis. Please no calls. If you have conflicts that would interfere with your audition time, please let us know so we can schedule accordingly.
Date & Time:
March 19th and 20th
By appointment only. Please let us know which location you prefer.
March 19th: Coggeshall Farm – Bristol, RI
Directions: Rt. 114 to Poppasquash Road, in Bristol, Rhode Island. From 195E, take RI Exit 2B (Rt 114S), from Rt. 24, take RI Exit 2 (Rt. 114N). For GPS use “Coggeshall Farm Museum.” Note: using 1 Colt Drive may direct you to the wrong location in Colt State Park. When you arrive at Coggeshall Farm Museum, please look for parking signs in our white shell parking lot, opposite our historic farmhouse.
March 20th: Old Sturbridge Village
Stephen M. Brewer Theater, 1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA 01566.
Please prepare a brief monologue and 16 bars of a folk song. Bring an instrument to accompany yourself on or sing acapella.