Monday, February 28, 2011

Auditions on March 11

Waiting Room Performance Piece In Need of Actors

TAMPA, FL – Open auditions for a waiting room performance piece are occurring Friday, March 11, 2011, 6pm-7pm, at University of South Florida FAH (Arts Building) room 280. The performance piece involves standing in line at a faux waiting room for 2 hours.  All ages/genders are welcome to audition; we are looking for a wide variety of people.  No prepared material is necessary, although auditioners will be asked to present three behaviors of their choosing related to waiting in line.  Please bring a head shot or photograph of your face, and a brief resume or list of past performance experience.

Actors will be paid $20 for the performance and one dress rehearsal.  The performance is Friday, April 1, 2011, 7pm-9pm at the USF Contemporary Art Museum in Tampa, FL.  The dress rehearsal will be scheduled during the week of March 21-25 according to actor availability.  Anyone auditioning must be available for both a dress rehearsal and the entire scheduled performance time. 

If you have questions, or if you are interested in the project, but unavailable for this audition time, please contact Ellen Mueller at 

Ellen Mueller presents
Open Auditions March 11, 2011
March 11, 2011, 6pm-7pm
FAH (Arts Building) Room 280
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave
, FL 33620
Media Contact:
Ellen Mueller,

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Sustainable Fanaticism in America Series on View

My work was just installed at the USF College of Engineering in their main offices in the Engineering II building.

If you go in the main entrance (north) of Engineering II, walk to the back hallway and take a left. The main office (includes the Dean's office) will be a few doors down on your right. There is a receptionist at the front desk and you can explain you'd like to see the work by Ellen Mueller.  If you walk past the reception area to the back hallway and turn to the left, you will see "Sustainable Fanaticism in America" installed as a series.

The work will remain in this location until February 2012.