Lumiere Digitale, a newly formed Bristol collective working in the field of large-scale immersive digital/visual performance, are looking for performers to join their first show, a piece inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy and sited in Bristol's derelict Old Courts building.
The company are looking for interdisciplinary performers with 'specialist skills in contemporary dance, harness based aerial dance, physical theatre, acrobatics, and specialist circus skills; chinese pole, cyr wheel, handbalancing, and object manipulation'. Applicants will need to have experience of working on site-specific shows as well as background in creating devised/ensemble work.
Rehearsals for the show will take place in Bristol 6 January - 10 February (exact dates tbc), with the successful applicant receiving an all-inclusive fee of £1700.
Auditions take place on 27 November 2012; to apply for a place send a CV with links to your work, a selection of images (less than 2MB as an attachment; otherwise upload elsewhere), and a short supporting statement to email@example.com with the subject header 'court house audition'. The deadline for applications is 5pm on 23 November 2012.