Performers Wanted: Chai Junction looking for interested actors

INTERESTED in the performing arts? Whether you have experience or not, Chai Junction are looking for some performers for an upcoming show in August. Daniel Driscoll has the details.


Calling all performers! Chai Junction has an exciting performance opportunity on offer!

As part of their Platform at La Mama Season in Carlton, Monash University Container Festival and the Anywhere Festival in Frankston, Chai Junction is putting on a new production called Open for Inspection in August.

The play tells of the trials and tribulations of being part of the madness that is a share house in Melbourne.

If you’d like to gain essential theatre performance skills and get an opportunity to perform, then this is your chance! Whether you have a talent for music, dance or acting, if you’re ready to mix it up with storytelling and performance, they want you! It won’t matter whether you come into the show with a wealth of experience or if you’re simply curious to try something new.

The major requirement that you’ll need in order to be eligible is to be able to commit to 10 three-hour daytime rehearsal sessions in July as well as the actual performances in August (to be held at the La Mama Courthouse in Carlton and the Anywhere Festival in Frankston).

You will need to send in answers to the following questions to be considered:

  • Why are you interested in this production?
  • Have you lived in a share house?
  • Have you had any performance experience? Please mention.
  • Are you available for the above rehearsals and performances?

Applications are open until Thursday, June 26.

To apply send an email to or for more info head to their Facebook page.

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