Audition for Virginia Player’s Lab Series “Constellations” by Nick Payne and directed by Jakob Cansler.

Auditions will be January 26th from 8 a.m.-10 p.m

“In the quantum multiverse, every choice, every decision you’ve ever and never made exists in an unimaginably vast ensemble of parallel universes.”

Constellations tells the story of Roland, a beekeeper, and Marianne, a cosmologist, as their love story stretches over fifty different parallel universes, and their lives are pulled in various directions, sometimes towards each other, and sometimes away. As their love seems to always lead to the same conclusion, they are forced to ask themselves, how much of their lives do they really have under their control? And how much does that really matter? Is their love written in the stars, or is it just one possibility in an infinite multiverse?

Character Descriptions:

ROLAND (male): a charming, laid-back beekeeper; warm and open, with a good sense of humor, earthy and likable.

MARIANNE (female): a fiercely intelligent scientist dealing with a terminal illness; though she’s a serious professional working in the top 1% of her field, she has a quirky, head-in-the clouds quality; friendly, warm, and quick-witted, comedic chops.

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Audition for Drama Department Fall Productions

Auditions for our fall productions of The Wolves and Tartuffe are scheduled for Saturday, September 1st with callbacks on Sunday, September 2nd. Since these auditions are coming up soon, the department has made the process as actor-friendly as possible (you can even audition with script-in-hand if you like).

You can find additional information about the guest directors, show synopsis/available roles, sample audition monologues, production calendars, etc. on the collab site: Audition Info<>

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Visit Drama @UVA

Hello prospective UVA students! We would love to welcome you to grounds, but we would especially like to welcome you to the Betsy and John Casteen Arts Grounds, which is where you can find the Drama Building amidst: the Fralin Museum of Art, Ruffin Hall, Hunter Smith Band Building, Fayerweather Hall, the School of Architecture, and the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library.


If you are interested in touring the Drama Building, please contact professor Doug Grissom via email:


Lab Series Festival

Hello hello! At long last Virginia Players would like to present to you our Fall 2016 Lab Series Festival!

We have two different shows to offer on the last weekend of October. What Every Girl Should Know (Directed by third year Katharine Leggett) will be performed October 27 and 28 @ 7pm and Identity, A Musical Cabaret (Directed by third year Kathleen Welch) will be performed October 29 @ 7pm. Both shows will be in the Helms theatre and both will be FREE ADMISSION!

Check out the Facebook Event for What Every Girl Should Know

And don’t forget the one time chance to see Identity, A Musical Cabaret

If you happen to be interested in getting involved directly with Virginia Players, the best thing to do is come out to the festival. This is an easy way for you to get your name out there and for you to become familiar with the type of projects we produce.

Okay, I know the Facebook event says look on the website for more information but our Lab Series chair posted more than what I know on the Facebook events. Shoutouts to her for being a superstar. Shoutouts to me for being slightly below average.