Event spotlight: Hoof'n'Horn Virtual Fall Project
Hoof'n'Horn is excited to announce their fall project: a virtual, documentary-style collection of songs, monologues, dances, and other supplemental materials exploring the themes and narratives showcased in A Chorus Line. In addition to our rendition of three numbers from the original production (“I Hope I Get It,” “One,” and “What I Did For Love”), this anthology will take A Chorus Line back to its roots, blending material from established musicals with content originated by Duke student performers. This project will showcase our experience of the “chorus,” delving into the intersection of performance and identity, with a special focus on dance performance and queer identity.
Hoof'n'Horn is accepting submissions for auditions and original material on their Sakai page through September 12th at 11:59 PM. While there are a maximum of three parts (dance, voice, acting) to this audition process, you are only required to submit those that you feel comfortable with! There are also opportunities for original dance, song, and written narratives.