Audition for Tricky Dick 4! Duke's Annual Variety show is seeking law students who are interested in acting and/or singing in this year's production. Named after Duke Law's most infamous alumni, Richard "Tricky Dick" Nixon, this semester's production is sure to be entertaining, hilarious, and fun! No prior performance experience necessary and all are encouraged to audition! Acting audtions require no advance preparation. We will provide you with material to audition with. Singers- please prepare a short piece to be sung a cappella that showcases your vocal ability (ie. 16 musical bars, or a verse and/or chorus). Hope to see you there! For more information, please contact Maria Garcia at email@example.com.
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