SJTC Studio Series | Directed by Sandra Bell

AUDITION DATES: submit your audition video on or before Tuesday 17th November, 2020


Audition videos can be sent to Sandra Bell at by the above date at the latest. The subject heading of the email should be Art Audition. [Your Name].

You may perform any (or all) of the audition sides provided; you do not need to memorize the material. Please do not perform any other material.

Callbacks will be arranged by Friday 20th November and will take place the weekend of the 21-22 November via Zoom.

Note: this production will be performed by three women (ages 40-50).

Please use the sides below:
Ange. Audition Side

Yvonne. Audition Side

Marcie. Audition Side

There will be a table read at the end of November, some rehearsals online and in person at the BMO Studio in December, and at least 4 rehearsals each week at the BMO Studio in January until performance.

There will be 5 live performances in addition to several pre-recorded streaming productions. Live performance will take place at the BMO Studio Theatre 26-30 January 2021.

The award-winning comedy, which raises questions about art and friendship, concerns three long-time friends, Ange, Marcie and Yvonne. Ange, indulging her penchant for modern art, buys a large, expensive, completely white painting. Marcie is horrified, and their relationship suffers considerable strain as a result of their differing opinions about what constitutes "art". Yvonne, caught in the middle of the conflict, tries to please and mollify both of them.



SJTC Artist In Residence

SJTC announces its first Artist In Residence – Clyde A Wray. Clyde will be creating a production based on historic figures from the Black community. For more info visit SJTC Special Projects.


Re-scheduled to March 24-27, 2021. A touching story with a message that friendship and caring can surmount creed, colour and race. Featuring Walter Borden as Hoke and Martha Irving as Miss Daisy. Directed by Stephen Tobias. Please contact Imperial Theatre box office for inquiries regarding rescheduling or refunds. 506-674-4100. 


Re-scheduled to Spring of 2021 – exact dates tba. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine girls who just want to score some goals. An Atlantic Repertory Production. Written by Sarah DeLappe. Directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram. ARC Tickets | 506-652-7582 ext 236.