TART. An adaptation of Tartuffe

CASTING CALL FOR ALL ROLES:  produced by The BAND Group at Bryant Lake Bowl

Directed by Adrian Lopez-Balbontin

Audition Information

OPEN CALL at the Bryant Lake Bowl:

  • Saturday, March 10, and Sunday, March 11, from 2pm to 5pm
  • If needed, callbacks will be held Monday, March 12 from 9pm to 11pm

Please prepare a short 1 to 2 minute comedic monologue classical or modern, and you may email a headshot and resume or bring one to the audition.


Rehearsals will begin the week of April 16th, primarily at the Bryant Lake Bowl. Flexible scheduling with day and/or evening rehearsals depending on acting company availability. Actors that identify as Queer, non-binary, and/or Transgender are strongly encouraged to audition.

Performance Dates. All performances are at 7pm

Fri June 1

Sat June 2

Thurs June 7 

Fri June 8

Mon, June 11

Thurs June 14

Fri June 15

Sat June 16



This production will open at the Bryant Lake Bowl on June 1st in honor of PRIDE month and run for 8 performances. This is a modern adaptation that embraces Queer, non-binary, and Trans casting, but any actor of any particular sexual identity or sexual preference is welcome. The text of TART, in the spirit of Moliere, is still in rhyming couplets, while the adaptation of the play takes place today in the dressing room of a club that produces Drag performances. 


By banding together with artists of all backgrounds to bring awareness and financial support to other Non-Profit organizations, The Mission of The BAND Group is to help those that help others further the cause of a world that wants to move Beyond Acceptance to one that exists with No Discrimination. Partnership, awareness, and any net profits of TART will go toward a local non-profit organization focused on LGBTQ youth.

For more information, or to make an audition appointment (Drop Ins welcome too), please contact Artistic Director, Adrian Lopez-Balbontin, at thebandgroupmn@gmail.com


Contact information

The BAND Group
Adrian Lopez-Balbontin

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Saturday, March 10
Posted February 28