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Actors needed for Miss Julie

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Fab Productions CEO and founder Farrukh Altaf Barlas, has teamed up with local veteran Errol Sitahal and UTT’s BFA graduates Aryana Mohammed and Vedesh Nath to bring to you August Strindberg’s classical work Miss Julie.

The play will mark the local launch of the international theatre company Fab Productions and begin a new era of serious theatre for local audiences. 

A release from Fab Productions said the company’s main objective is to set a platform for amateur and professional artists, directors and producers to show their talent to the world and to stimulate creation and increase cooperation among theatre people. 

Fabulous Productions also hopes to increase public awareness of the need to take artistic creation into consideration in matters concerning development, love and peace through performing arts. They intend through their productions to deepen mutual understanding and contribute to the consolidation of peace and friendship. 

Miss Julie will premiere in December and open auditions are being held to give local actors and theatre practitioners an opportunity as Fab Productions forms their company of players. The final open Auditions are being held on October 25, from 12 pm - 6 pm at the UWI, St Augustine. 


For information please contact 719-9102, 325-8035 or email [email protected].


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