Inferno Theatre, a physical ensemble theatre based in Berkeley, announces auditions for its Fall 2017 (with May preview) indoor production of an original work written and directed by award winning theatre artist Giulio Cesare Perrone, Inferno’s Producing Artistic Director. This world premiere is the final portion of a trilogy which explores how the contested new territories of science and quantum theory affect contemporary intimate relationships, using movement, multimedia, music, and text.

Auditions: Saturday, February, 25 from 3pm to 6pm. at South Berkeley Community Church, 1802 Fairview St, Berkeley, enter at rear of building on Ellis, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

We are looking for actors WHO MOVE WELL and are open to approaching a character in a new way.  We are also looking for performers who sing and play a portable instrument. If you are a singer or play a portable musical instrument, be prepared to sing a song unaccompanied and/or play a piece of music on your instrument. Sides will be provided at the audition for a cold read.

Members of ALL ETHNIC GROUPS are encouraged to audition, ages 20s through 40s.

Rehearsals start March 1. Modest stipend, non-AEA.  This is a special opportunity to work with internationally known director, Giulio Cesare Perrone*, using physical ensemble techniques. If you would like to audition, make an appointment by emailing your request and attaching your headshot and resume.  In the subject line write: “Audition Request.” 


* Giulio Cesare Perrone is Inferno Theatre’s Producing Artistic Director.  This award winning stage director, set and costume designer, and playwright began his career in Italy before moving to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1995.  He has designed or directed over 200 productions at theatres including the California Shakespeare Festival, San Jose Rep, Opera San Jose, San Diego Rep, the Denver Theatre Center, Arizona Theatre Company, and abroad in Italy, Croatia, Egypt, Hungary and Denmark. Giulio received two prestigious Pew grants in 2000 for his adaptation of PARADISE LOST and 2002 for his adaptation of THE MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA. In 2014 he received the first Yuriko Doi Legacy Award.