AS220 resident company auditions

AS220 Resident Theatre Companies, Head Trick Theatre and Counter-Productions Theatre Company, seek actors of any ethnicity or gender identity for their 2018-19 seasons!

Auditions will be held at AS220, 95 Empire St., Providence, RI 02903 at the following times:
Wednesday, May 2, 6:00-9:00pm (2nd floor)
Saturday, May 5, 12:00-3:00pm (1st floor black box)

Please contact us at for a timeslot.

Head Trick’s 2018-19 Season, “Making a World”:

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by William Shakespeare (July-August 2018)
WATCH ON THE RHINE by Lillian Hellman (October 2018)
GOBLIN MARKET* by Polly Pen and Peggy Harmon, adapted from Christina Rossetti (March-April 2019)

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Counter-Productions’ 2018-19 Season:

READINGS IN AUTUMN (September 2018)
‘NIGHT, MOTHER by Marsha Norman (November 2018)
THE ALIENS by Annie Baker (March 2019)
GIDION’S KNOT by Johnna Adams (May 2019)

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Actors should prepare a dramatic contemporary monologue, as well as (only for actors interested in Much Ado About Nothing) a monologue by Shakespeare or another early modern playwright. (*Musical auditions for Goblin Market will be held at a later date.) After reciting your monologue/s, you may be asked to read from the script.

Please bring a photo/headshot; you may bring a resume if you choose but are not required to.


Head Trick Theatre is a performing group based in Providence, RI that puts on innovative productions of classic plays with a focus on the importance of liveness. Recent works in residence at AS220 include God of Vengeance, Sholem Asch’s controversial drama about a good Jewish daughter who falls in love with a prostitute employed by her father, and Gabriel, George Sand’s feminist parable performed by a cast of female and non-binary actors. Outdoor summer productions include The Knight of the Burning Pestle (2017) and The Revenger’s Tragedy (2016).

Counter-Productions Theatre Company presents a variety of theatrical productions (classic, contemporary, and new works) throughout the year. We are dedicated to providing actors, directors, designers, and technicians an opportunity to practice their craft in a professional environment. We make theatre because we feel compelled to do so.