In Partnership with the North Carolina Central University Department of Theatre & Dance
Is Pleased to Announce
The Devonté Squire Acting Apprenticeship – 2014
The Devonté Squire 2014 Apprentice will be paid $1,200 total for working as an actor in a main stage DFT production of “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963,” from the Newbery and Coretta Scott King Award winning novel by Christopher Paul Curtis, adapted by Reginald André Jackson. The apprentice is expected to work 15-hours per week for 8 and 1/2 -weeks, beginning on Saturday, September 13, 2014.
All qualified NCCU Department of Theatre and Dance students are welcome to apply & audition for the Devonté Squire Acting Apprenticeship 2014 – significant roles for women and men are available in the play.
To read the apprenticeship qualifications and learn how to apply for the first year of the
Devonté Squire Acting Apprenticeship go to the DSAA page of this website.
To support Durham Family Theatre’s commitment to establishing long-term financial accessibility for all our programs, go to the Donate to DFT page.The DSAA 2014 is funded in part through a grant from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation.