Application and Audition Process: Bull City Dignity 2016 will run for 2 months (8 weeks) during the summer from late June to late August. This year, we're looking for twelve cast members to join the program. Interested students should be curious about activism, theater, history and/or writing, though no specific background in any of these is required. Applications for the Bull City Dignity Project are accessible online. After filling out the online application, join us at one of our several audition dates in mid-April in the East Duke building on Duke University’s East Campus. At the audition, students will be asked to perform a monologue and participate in a short interview. Twelve cast members will be chosen using a holistic process on the basis of experience and enthusiasm for performance, public history, writing, and activism.
This year's cast has been selected.
Schedule: In the start of the program, we will divide into three smaller groups and begin to meet weekly both within our small groups and as a full cast. We meet on weekdays in the afternoons or evenings, and/or on the weekends if needed. This is what a student’s schedule will typically look like throughout the program:
Weeks 1-3 (4 days/week): four weekly full cast meetings
Weeks 4-5 (4 days/week): two weekly small group meetings, two weekly full cast meetings
Weeks 6-7 (5 days/week): two weekly small group meetings, three weekly full cast meetings