World Premiere of Lorca Eats Bullets

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The SUNY Sullivan Theater Program is proud to announce auditions for the world premiere production of LORCA EATS BULLETS by Nick López and directed by Bradley Diuguid.

This production is a part of SUNY Sullivan’s 2020-2021 “World Wars” Theater Season, which will examine plays that are literal or figurative world wars in a micro- or macrocosm.

When

Auditions on Zoom on September 3 and 4 from 6-8 PM, or video submissions by that time.

How

Use Calendly for appointments or email jbarkl@sunysullivan.edu your video submission.

Where

Zoom Appointments or Video Submission.

All parts are currently open and all parts are open to inclusive casting: actors of color, actors with disabilities, women, trans and gender non-conforming actors, and other members of historically and currently marginalized communities that are not well represented or misrepresented onstage in theater productions

Dates

All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Additional

For the auditions in person or for self-taping, please contact jbarkl@sunysullivan.edu for the sides.

Here is a tutorial to help you with your self-tape submission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqPFUroJ6pY

LORCA EATS BULLETS Synopsis

A mad-cap new play juxtaposing the trials of war through the lens of the young adults conscripted to fight the Battle of Stalingrad and shades of the Vietnam War. The play deals with antiwar themes and focuses on a team of Russian female snipers as they journey through battles with the Wehrmacht, Giant Hitler and Stalin monsters, and Baby Messerschmitts.

LORCA EATS BULLETS Playwright

Nick López is an Adjunct Professor of Theater and Speech at SUNY Sullivan. He is also the Program Director for Woodbourne Correctional Facility for Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA). He is an actor, director, designer, and cartoonist. He has performed and directed in New York, New Mexico, Washington State, and West Virginia. He has a BA in Theater from the University of New Mexico and an MFA in Performance from West Virginia University.