Sugarglass Theatre is now casting for its next production All Hell Lay Beneath as part of the Absolut Dublin Fringe Festival 2012.

Application Deadline: Friday 20th July 

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The performance will take place at night on the 11th, 12th, 13th September at 22.00 and will be an immersive party inspired by the novel Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse.

Sugarglass are looking for versatile actors that are interested in being involved in the process of creating a piece of theatre in a non-theatrical setting. The production will be developed during August and early September and will require a wide range of a performers with many different skills all united by a shared interest in the concepts found within the novel and how they can be translated into performance. This promises to be an exciting and innovative project that will be both challenging and rewarding for performers. Come along to an audition and get involved in a party and performance that examines the role of the individual in a society more and more defined by the movement of the crowd.

Auditions will be held on 23rd and 24th July, and auditionees must be available for a possible callback on the 25th July.

Directed by Marc Atkinson
Produced by Rob Kearns and Sugarglass Theatre
Inspired by Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse

Those wishing to audition must be available for rehearsal during 6th – 10th August and the week prior to the show with flexible availability between those dates. Please note on your application if there is a minor problem with any of the above dates as some flexibility may be possible.

To apply for an audition please send a professional CV, headshot, full contact details (mobile number, Facebook page, and Twitter handle where applicable) and details of your availability on the above dates to

The deadline to apply for an audition is Friday 20th July. You will receive an email confirming a receipt of your application and those invited to audition will be informed by email as soon as possible after application.

No specific preparation is required for the audition. Ideally, however, those auditioning would have read the novel.

Rates of Pay: Any profits made from this work will be divided among the cast and crew. However, given the scale of the production, it is anticipated that no profit will be made. As such, this is likely to be an unpaid performance. There is, however, the possibility of future iterations of the performance which would be paid.



The Gaiety School of Acting is delighted to have Casting Directors Maureen Hughes and Gillian Reynolds return to conduct our ever popular Casting and Auditioning workshop on Saturday 11 August. This summer, We are also running a  TV presentation workshop on Saturday 28 July with internationally acclaimed television producer, Bill Hughes and a Radio presentation workshop  on Saturday 21 July with Newstalk’s, Chris Donoghue.

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