FABUM announced a new, seasonal apprenticeship program today at School Without Walls in Washington, D.C.

Jameson Freeman at School Without Walls
Launch of new apprentice program targets creative youth

December 19, 2011

FABUM announced a new apprentice program for young artists in the Washington, D.C. area. The program will be a seasonal opportunity for emerging creative minds to participate in various artistic projects that the organization sponsors.

Jameson Freeman spoke to students at School Without Walls about the organization and its mission of presenting original works that explore human nature and individual journey. He then did a workshop on the audition process, had the students perform several scenes from a new play, before explaining FABUM's new apprentice program.

The first apprenticeship opportunity involves two never-before-seen shows that FABUM is producing as part of its "The Dolce Revolution Project" series. The plays, Lemons by Barry Eitel and Lost Belongings AKA The Facebook Play by Jennifer Berry, will be performed at local venues in late March, including D.C. Arts Center and The Arts Club of Washington theater.

Students will work directly with The DRP creative team to see a production process from the inside, observe and assist with rehearsals, attend the shows, and receive professional headshots for their personal marketing purposes as emerging artists.

For more information:

...and take a look at The Dolce Revolution Project's Tumblr site:

The Dolce Revolution Project is now holding several auditions this December in downtown Washington, D.C. 

We are holding casting calls for two short plays to be performed together in Spring, 2012…

  1. Sunday - December 11,
  2. Sunday - December 18,
  3. Wednesday - December 21, 2011

TIME: 3:00 - 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Downtown, Washington, D.C. 

Please email dolce.revolution@gmail.com with a headshot and resume to receive casting location and timeslot. Mention any time constraints so we can do our best to accommodate you.

Performance dates confirmed so far: March 28, 29, and 31 of 2012

Both scripts have themes of self-exploration, human nature and individual identity. Some male roles could be double-cast if the actors are willing.
Play 1: Lemons by Barry Eitel…Lemons is a comedic examination of human nature, capitalism, and the American economic recession through the metaphor of a lemonade stand.

Characters: (actual actor age less important than ability to portray nature of character)
  • Joe - middle-aged, owner of Joe’s Lemonade Stand (a self-made and self-centered man, and the archetypical capitalist and ‘bad boss’)
  • Briefcase - a businessperson, wears suit and carries a briefcase (aloof yuppy, works for ‘The Man’)
  • Conner - young man looking for a job he deserves, but - in this economy - just needs to pay his bills

Play 2: Lost Belonging AKA The Facebook Play by Jennifer Berry…Who are we? Half choreopoem and half experimental theatre, “The Facebook Play” is an exploration of human communication, sexuality, and personal identity in the era of social media. 

Characters:(actors with some dance experience or who have good movement ability preferred)
  • Boy - 17 to 25 (or look like it)
  • Girl - 17 to 25 (or look like it)
  • Man - mid-thirties to 50 (or able to play it)
  • Woman - mid-thirties to 50 (or able to play it)
Email headshot and resume to dolce.revolution@gmail.com

*This is a non-paying gig. We will provide food and negotiate transportation reimbursement for rehearsals and shows.
...But, it’s also an opportunity to do an interesting project and perform something completely new! (As well as be part of something special…and dolce.)