Tuesday, July 19, 2016

audition notice - JOHN - Stray Cat Theatre - July 31

STRAY CAT ANNOUNCES AUDITIONS FOR 
JOHN
by Annie Baker
directed by Ron May

WHEN
Sunday, July 31 12pm-4pm
Callbacks likely Tuesday, August 2 at 6pm

WHERE
Childsplay Campus of Imagination and Wonder
900 S. Mitchell Dr. Tempe, Arizona 85281

ROLES AVAILABLE
1 M, 3 F
M - Elias Schreiber-Hoffman, 29
F - Jenny Chang, 31, actress must be Asian-American
F - Mertis Katherine Graven, 72, actress must be able to play 72, does not actually need to BE 72
F - Genevieve Marduk, 85, blind, actress must be able to play 85, does not actually need to BE 85

PLEASE PREPARE
Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
Sides will be sent when your audition appointment is scheduled.
Be sure to provide ALL of the information requested.

TO SCHEDULE AN AUDITION
DO NOT CALL!
SEND AN EMAIL WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION.
IF YOU ARE MISSING ANY OF THE INFORMATION REQUESTED YOUR APPOINTMENT WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED:
1. NAME
2. ROLE(S) YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AUDITIONING FOR
3. GENERAL TIME YOU WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE YOUR AUDITION. (We will do our best to accommodate these requests.)
4. A PHONE NUMBER TO REACH YOU
REMEMBER THIS EMAIL MUST HAVE ALL OF THIS INFORMATION OR YOUR APPOINTMENT WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED.


PAY
There is a small stipend for all actors cast.

ABOUT THE SHOW:
JOHN
by Annie Baker
directed by Ron May
Performing at Tempe Center for the Arts
September 16 – October 1, 2016

Top 10 Best Theatre of 2015 – New York Times
Top 10 Best Theatre of 2015 – Time Magazine
Top 10 Best Theatre of 2015 – Time Out New York
Top 10 Best Theatre of 2015 – Hollywood Reporter
Top 10 Theatrical events of 2015 – Washington Post
10 Best Theatre Events of 2015  - Vulture
The new play from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of THE FLICK
The week after Thanksgiving. A Bed and Breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. A cheerful innkeeper. A young couple trying to stay together. Hundreds of inanimate objects…watching. Something about this B&B is decidedly off. Dark, foreboding, and mysterious, Stray Cat is thrilled to once again be at the forefront of bringing this exceptional young playwright’s newest work to the Valley. This fantastical new play is bound to have you talking long after the curtain goes down. "Annie Baker’s John is so good on so many levels that it casts a unique and brilliant light." - The New Yorker

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