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Upcoming Auditions

UST Auditions

Friday, October 26th (see below for audition times)

Dance Studio / FAC 136

UST Shows to Be Cast

  • Anna Karenina - guest directed by Laura Gordon

General Audition Schedule (Dance Studio, FAC 136)

Friday, October 26th
5:00 - 8:00 pm
General Auditions

Callback Schedule (Dance Studio, FAC 136)

Saturday, October 27th
Time TBA

Further information will be posted as it is received. Check this webpage often for updates.

Audition Requirements

  • Please prepare a monologue in the style of the show.
  • Suggested Playwrights for Reference: Chekhov, Ibsen, O'Neill, Turgenev, Arthur MIller, and Tennessee Williams.
  • The audition, including walking into the room and your slate, should be no more than 2:00 total – from greeting to thank you.

If auditions are running ahead of schedule your time may be bumped up.

Additional Information

  • As per contract requirements, ALL SHOWS WILL BE PRESENTED AS WRITTEN!
  • Reading copies of the script will become available for 2 hour checkout from the Theatre Department office.

Rehearsal/Performance Information

UST rehearsal schedules are M-F, between 6 and 10 pm (exact times determined by the individual director) and some Saturdays or Sundays(determined by the director).

This show will have Saturday rehearsals during tech weeks – plan on an 8 of 10 day.

Show Information and Cast Breakdown

Anna Karenina
By Helen Edmundson. Adapted from the novel by Leo Tolstoy.


"Married to a provincial governor, the punctilious Karenin, Anna revolts against her life of compromise when she meets the charming officer Vronsky. But two other love affairs have been given their proper, important place in this adaptation: the rocky marriage of Anna's philandering brother and the on-off courtship between Kitty...and Levin. Edmundson dares to bring Anna and Levin together for the first spoken words of the play. 'This is my story,' Anna murmurs. 'It seems to be mine, too,' comes the reply, and for the remainder of the play scenes are set and emotions summarized through the imaginary exchange of their confidences." (The Times, London) Edmundson illuminates the story's grand pattern: how the adulterous Anna travels towards disintegration and death, while the young landowner, Levin, travels toward maturity and a sense of wholeness.

  • Anna
  • Dolly
  • Kitty
  • Levin
  • Karenin
  • Stiva
  • Seriozha
  • Ensemble