Cue Zero Theatre Company Announces New CZ Laboratory Series Projects, Classes, And More

Cue Zero Theatre Company, southern New Hampshire's premier theatre troupe, is excited to announce new additions to their 2019 season. After the success of January's Cue Zero Laboratory projects, CZT is adding more performances, workshops, and development opportunities for this winter!

First, Cue Zero Theatre Company will host "A Crash Course In Auditioning" workshop class at Jupiter Hall on February 20th from 6-9p. Attendees will get to hear the thought process of a casting director, gain tips, tricks, and methods for preparing and succeeding in auditioning for theatre, and will get a chance to have their work critiqued. Those wishing to attend should prepare a one-to-two minute monologue that they would use in an audition setting, and bring their theatrical resume. Cost to attend is $29; please register through Jupiter Hall's EventBrite Page -

Secondly, Cue Zero Theatre Company will be running a monthly Playwright's Circle for area artists wishing to improve their craft of writing for the stage. Meeting every third Sunday of the month, we invite writers of all ages and experiences to bring ten pages of an original work, which the circle will read out loud, give fed back on, and discuss the process and philosophy of play writing. The first meeting will be Sunday, February 17th from 11a-1p at Jupiter Hall. Participation is free. Please bring at least one copy of your scene for every character. Actors and writers of all backgrounds and experiences are invited to join.

Third, coming off the smashing success of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Cue Zero Theatre Company's next Guerrilla Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing,will take place on Tuesday, March 12that Cheddar and Rye on Hanover Street in downtown Manchester. The Guerrilla Shakespeare Series features staged readings of the Bard's work in unconventional locations, such as bars, restaurants, cafés, stores, or public spaces. The performance will start promptly at 7pm, and the cost is "pay what you will" or "give donations as you like it."

ABOUT CUE ZERO THEATRE COMPANY: Cue Zero Theatre Company is dedicated to cultivating and showcasing new works, young directors/designers, and rising actors. Founded in December 2013, the mission of Cue Zero Theatre Company is to support young talented artists on a professional level that need a venue to showcase their work. With our emphasis placed on professionals in the early phases of their careers, all of our projects are focused on growing as artists and as people. Cue Zero sets high standards for all projects; we treat every member of our team with the respect and courtesy due any working professional, and we ask in return that they go above and beyond the normal call of duty to ensure productions are top notch. We would like to thank all of our members for their support, and a special thank you to our Benefactor member Tommy McCarthy. For more information about the company and our upcoming productions, please check out

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