Auditions for ZELDA: THE HERO OF FRINGE

Hello! We are seeking actors for ZELDA: THE HERO OF FRINGE at this year's Minnesota Fringe Festival. 

 

This is a large venue production that will be performed the first two weekends of August. There will be five performances with the possibility of weeknight performances. Dates/times and venue have not yet been finalized, but we will release this information as soon as they are assigned by Fringe. 

 

This is a loose adaptation/parody of the classic video game THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME for the Nintendo 64, written and produced by Bryn Tanner and directed by James Ehlenz. We are looking for six actors to perform a variety of roles, including: 

 

LINK - a boy from the forest with a great destiny. (Note: This character does not speak) 

NAVI - a fairy assigned to protect Link and assist him in his quest. 

ZELDA - the wise princess of Hyrule who enlists Link's help. 

GANONDORF - a mysterious man from a tribe of desert bandits who plots against the kingdom of Hyrule. 

IMPA - Zelda's bodyguard, a pillar of strength in the kingdom. 

TINGLE - a silly man in his mid-30s who lives in the forest with Link, also serves as the narrator. 

 

Sign-ups available HERE.  

Actors will be expected to come prepared with a one-minute, contemporary comic monologue. 

Auditions will be held at North Hennepin Community College in Room FA119. 

 

NOTES ABOUT CASTING: 

 

All actors (except those playing Link and Navi) will play multiple roles in this production. 

Although nearly every character's gender is indicated by dialogue, we are certainly open to cross-gender casting, nor is there any racial preference for the characters (who are all fictional races anyway). 

 

Rehearsals will begin in late May/early June. Exact rehearsal schedule to be determined. 

 

Each actor will be compensated for their time with a $100 stipend. 

 

Please email [email protected] with any further questions. 

Contact information

Albino Squirrel Productions
Bryn Tanner
7638078857
Email/contact
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Monday, April 22
Posted April 12