Isabella Soupart/ACT2 is looking for dancers with strong contemporary technique, a ballet foundation and acting/singing skills for the new production that will take place in October 2022.
It is preferable that the selected artists have a desire to move their residence to Belgium.
Where: P.A.R.T.S Ave Van Volxem 164, 1190 Brussels, Belgium
How to Apply: If you’re interested please send your application to: email@example.com
-Personal datas and short biography
-Picture of yourself
-Link to the two videos containing:
An English or French song of your choice that you can sing or read, max 45’’
A dance sequence that shows qualities you are in control, max 60’’
Deadline for applications: 16.05.2022
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ACT2/ Isabella Soupart is looking for dancers with a strong contemporary technique, a base of ballet and with performing/acting skills for a production take in place in October 2022.
It is preferable that the selected persons have a desire to move their residence to Belgium.
The auditions will be accessible after a preselection. The invited people are expected to be free : on 26th and 27h May a further live selection will take place.
How to Apply:
Deadline for applications:
The application deadline is Friday 20 May 2022. Answer will follow in the weekend.
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Choreographer Isabella Soupart is the winner of the SACD Choreography Prize (BE) 2019, Nominated for a Total Theater Awards Edinburgh (UK) 2019, White & Case (NY) Talented Woman Artist of the Year 2019, Nominated for the Maeterlinck Critics Prize (BE) 2019, Appointed to the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative (NY) 2007.
The Total Theater Awards have blazed a trail of recognition for independent artists, creating innovative theatre and performance. » We celebrate artists and companies making some of the most exceptional work at the Edinburgh Fringe -artists exploring boundaries of what performance might and can be. The creative risks and explorations made here we know will influence the sector and grow audiences for years, and perhaps decades to come. » Co-Directors Jo Crowley and Becki Haines.
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