Opportunities

Auditions – Suspended until further notice

We are suspending our call for applications until further notice regarding the COVID-19 situation

Deadline for submissions: Monday April 6, 2020 Midnight 

Auditions: Monday April 6, 2020

This Canadian play from a celebrate female playwright is the story of a renowned Professor of Creative writing who pursues an intimate affair with his star female student – as told by the professor under the challenging gaze of the female student.

We are accepting applications for the role of Annie:

A contemporary nineteen year-old creative writing student who is studying at a big university. She is obsessed with her writing professor who is also an acclaimed novelist, married but separated, in his late 30’s early 40’s. The show will involve a great deal of physicality and sexuality has very mature content. We are also planning to workshop a French translation of the play so the ability to speak French as well as English is an advantage.

To apply we encourage you to submit your application through Casting Workbook or to mail a cover letter, CV and headshot to Camille Bergon, Centaur Theatre, 453 rue François-Xavier, H2Y 2T1, Montreal.

For more informations and to read the characters breakdown, refer to the Casting Notice attached below.

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Volunteering

Centaur Theatre values the support and dedication of our volunteers. We are always interested to hear from people who share our passion for theatre. This is a great way to get involved in the theatre community.

If you are interested in volunteering with Centaur Theatre, you can contact us by sending an email to development@centaurtheatre.com.


Script submissions

Thank you for your interest in Centaur Theatre!

Script submission dates were between June 1st 2019 and the August 1st 2019. We do not currently accept unsolicited scripts and invite you to check our submission process next year in May.

We receive many script submissions every year and it often takes us several months to read them. We are not able to provide dramaturgical feedback.