It might be possible for an infinite number of monkeys, given an infinite amount of time and bananas, to peck out Shakespeare’s Hamlet on a few well-maintained typewriters. Fortunately, Improbable Fictions does not require an infinite number of actors to stage a reading of Shakespeare’s most produced play. In point of fact, we need only fourteen actors to complete this probability-defying feat. If you’re interested in participating in a staged reading of Hamlet in late April (most likely Thursday, April 21), send an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Please briefly note your theatre experience (though none is required), your interest in particular roles, and any other skills Improbable Fictions should know about (singing, stage combat, ownership of a black box theatre, etc.). The subject line of the email should read “Hamlet casting.”
A few good actors really are hard to find (and pin down), especially mid-semester, and thus Improbable Fiction’s shows tend to be cast not by audition but by directorial choice. If we can find more actors than typewriters…I mean, more actors than roles, then there may be auditions.
We’re both interested in participating (as usual).
I have a very nice skull available………
I’ll play as long as I don’t have to be blind!
I’d love to be in it!!!
Unfortunately, the show has been cast. If you’re interested in the summer Rude Mech’s show, however, you should talk to Steve!