Dost thou possess the ability to soliloquy under the influence?

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The Auditions

Limited Slots Available: This is for Inebriated Shakespeare San Antonio (not Nashville)

BE 21 YEARS OR OLDER or be turning 21 by the time we open on November 24th

There are 33 Characters. Actors will be cast to play several roles with the exception of Scrooge.

Dress Comfortably. Auditions will consist of improv games and cold readings from the script. Dress comfortably and be ready to move.

This is a paid gig! While we do pay our Actors per performance, they are required to find they're own transportation to and from rehearsals as well as performances. We also do not provide housing.

The Play

William Shakespeare's Christmas Carol

by: Ian Doescher

Humbug, forsooth! In William Shakespeare’s Christmas Carol, you’ll experience Dickens’ classic tale with a new (Oliver) twist. Ebenezer Scrooge is a wealthy theater owner with a stingy heart, until he’s visited by his old partner Marlowe. The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future become Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Falstaff (the Henry V plays), and the Ghost of King Hamlet. Benedick and Beatrice Cratchit worry about their child Tiny Tim, and other familiar characters fill out the cast in this Shakespearean adaptation of your holiday favorite, all in iambic pentameter. Bard bless us, every one!

Show Opens November 24th (Black Friday) and runs every Friday through December 29th.

Inebriated Shakespeare

We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit acting troupe on a mission to spread the word of the Bard in a fun, engaging, and entertaining way. Performing in bars, clubs, and other venues Inebriated Shakespeare incorporates an abridged Shakespeare play with some adult beverages thrown in.

Audition Form

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August 31st @7pm


The Artisan Distillery,

402 Austin Street

San Antonio, TX 78215

"I would give all my fame for a pot of ale, and safety.”

— BOY —

Henry V | Act III, Scene II