Audition: Call for local actors
Audition: Call for local actors

Date:

26 JAN 2023

Audition: Call for local actors

We are looking for actors to closely collaborate with French director, Nicolas Kerszenbaum and perform in his commissioned creation. These actors will participate in a three-week rehearsal in Hong Kong in May 2023, a three-week residency and premiere performance in Théâtre 13, Paris in November 2023, and a Hong Kong debut of the performance in May/June 2024.

 Requirements:

  • Available to attend all necessary meetings, rehearsals, residency in Paris and performances 
  • Comfortable to perform in both Cantonese and English
  • Passionate, open-minded, willing to accept challenges and be creative
  • Willing to communicate and exchange with foreign director, open to mutual opinions and co-working on the theatre work
  • 16 years old or above 
  • We welcome and embrace gender diversity
  • Knowing how to play a musical instrument is a big plus
  • A valid vaccine pass to access listed premises, including theatres, throughout the project period

Learn more: 

Guideline (English)  

Application Form (Chinese only)

Audition Text

Interested artists should complete the online application form (in Chinese only) on or before 20 January 2023. If you have any inquiries, please feel free to email to [email protected] or call 38417930.

''Let the Mirror Speak'' Hong Kong-France Theatre Exchange Project 

Through the looking glass, enter the parallel universe of theatre. 

French May Arts Festival presents, Let the Mirror Speak, a two-year Hong Kong-France theatre exchange project. Playwrights and directors, Hoi Fai Wu (Hong Kong) and Nicolas Kerszenbaum (France) will reside in Paris and Hong Kong, respectively, for multiple phases. During the process, they constantly search for their self-identity, reflecting the inner dialogue like a mirror, tracing back their culture and history. Together with materials collected during residency, their inspiration will be developed into a series of activities, lectures, and theatre works in parallel perspectives, reflecting Hong Kong and French culture in double layers.  


This Project is financially supported by the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The content of this activity does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region



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