Anon It Moves

 To Imagine, To Explore, To Co-Create



The Winter’s Tale
by William Shakespeare

Directed by Caitlin Fisher-Draeger
Anon It Moves
Rehearsing March/April
Opening May 15th, Closing June 13th.
Thurs-Sun Night Showings at 7:30

   Anon It Moves is casting for our upcoming production of The Winter’s Tale, being produced in artistic collaboration with The Circus Project. All roles are available. We are seeking some strong movers and performers with backgrounds in physical theater (clowning, partner acrobatics, commedia, circus arts or dance) for the the ensemble, however, this is not a requirement to audition or a prerequisite for casting. 


Saturday January 10​th 10:00-2:30pm
Sunday January 11​th 10:00-2:30pm and 6:00-10:00pm

Auditions ​Location:
Shout House (210 SE Madison, Ste 11)

Performances Location
823 SE Grant


1 monologue in verse. No longer than 2 minutes, preferably under 1.
Whatever sides you receive upon confirmation of your audition slot.



  1. E-mail with Subject Heading: AUDITIONS: YOUR NAME
  2. Attach a headshot and resume. If you have any special skills not listed in your resume related to cirque or any musical talent you may have please include that in the body of the email.
  3. Pick one time slot from the 3 listed above and we will assign you a 20 minute window within that time slot in which you will be seen.
  4. We will respond to your e-mail with confirmation, your specific time slot and sides.

***IF you are not available for any of those 3 times please E-mail to schedule an alternate time. *** 

Call Backs:

Roles are paid.    

** Unfortunately we are not offering any equity contracts for this production. **


Coming Soon

The Winter’s Tale

Directed by Caitlin Fisher-Draeger

Caitlin Fisher-Draeger, photo by Craig Michelldyer

Caitlin Fisher-Draeger, photo by Craig Michelldyer



Directed by Kira Atwood-Youngstrom


Kira Atwood-Youngstrom



Directed by Erica Terpening-Romeo

Erica Terpening-Romeo

Erica Terpening-Romeo





The Complete Works Project

Anon It Moves, in partnership with some of Portland’s finest theatre companies, will be producing  the entire canon of Shakespeare’s work, performed in a 2 year span!
This is the first time in our nation’s history that the Complete Works of William Shakespeare have been mounted as a collaborative effort in such a condensed period of time.
The fun starts April 23rd (Shakespeare’s 450th birthday)!


Erica Terpening-Romeo, Caitlin Fisher-Draeger