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2010-2911 Season Auditions

THE INVISIBLE THEATRE ANNOUNCES COMPANY AUDITIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN PRODUCTIONS FOR ITS 2010-2011 40 th ANNIVERSARY SEASON The Invisible Theatre will hold auditions for their 2010-2011 Season on Saturday, March 27, 2010 beginning at 3:30 PM . Auditions will be held at the Invisible Theatre (1400 N. First Avenue at Drachman). Parts are available for men and women, ages 14 – 60's. Please call the Invisible Theatre ( 520-884-0672 ) with your name and phone contact to sign up for an audition time. All actors are compensated. Actors must bring a recent headshot and resume. Those new to the theatre are asked to perform a 2 minute contemporary monologue.

PORTRAYING THE MANY SIDES OF ALBERT EINSTEIN PORTRAYING THE MANY SIDES OF ALBERT EINSTEIN by Chuck Graham “For some actors, every once in awhile, there comes along a role that fits like a shoe. You don’t know why,” said Ed Metzger, a career professional actor who was a student of Lee Strasberg. Metzger is speaking of the role he created for himself, doing a one-man show as Albert Einstein. The performance is so realistic even members of Einstein’s own family have come backstage to applaud Metzger. The first time that happened was 1978, when Metzger debuted “Albert Einstein: The Practical Bohemian” in Los Angeles. On Thursday, March 11, Metzger opens a four-show run of “Einstein” at Invisible Theatre, 1400 N. First Ave. “When I get on the stage as Einstein, it’s like we become one,” the actor continued. “Doing other roles, I always have to work at getting it right, but not with Einstein. Somehow it always clicks. “You feel it, but you don’t know why. It’s a melding. Maybe I picked him, or he picked