Monday, July 17, 2017

audition notice - CHURCH & STATE and A PUBLIC READING OF AN UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY ABOUT THE DEATH OF WALT DISNEY - iTheatre Collaborative - August 12 & 13

iTheatre is holding open auditions Aug. 12 & 13 from 12p-3p for the following shows:

A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney by Lucas Hnath, runs Feb 23-March 10, 2018.

Church & State by Jason Odell Williams, runs May 4-19, 2018.

Auditions held at the Herberger Theater Center, enter at Stage Door on Van Buren St. side of the building.

Prepare two contrasting monologues totaling not more than 4 minutes in length. Bring 2 copies of your headshot and resume.

1-2 Equity contracts will be available. Non-union stipend pay ($250-$500).

Signup for an audition at Signup Genius:

Questions only call:602-347-1071 or email:

Role breakdowns:

WALT (as in Disney), 50’s, ego-maniac, chain-smokes the entire play.
ROY, brother to Walt
DAUGHTER, Walt’s daughter, more or less motherly
RON, son-in-law, dumb jock, a Golden Retriever of a person.

Church & State:
SENATOR CHARLES WHITMORE, Male, 40s-50s. Incumbent U.S. Senator from N.C., up for re-election. Charlie is a man filled with doubt. But he has plenty of charisma and sex appeal. He's a rare honest politician and gifted public speaker.
SARA WHITMORE, Female. 40s. Charlie's wife. A big, brassy, former real estate agent, now stay-at-home mom. She is sweet, charming and instantly likable.
ALEX KLEIN: Female. 30s-40s. Charlie's campaign manager. A fast-talking, no nonsense liberal Jew from New York whose star is on the rise as a go-to campaign manager.
TOM / MARSHALL / REPORTER / SECURITY GUY: Male. 20s-30s. An NC State graduate and North Carolina boy through-and-through. Tom is more "country," while Marshall is more of a "southern gentleman." Tom is a paid intern with the campaign. Simple with a good heart. Marshall is a blogger with Christian values but not much journalistic experience. News Anchor is a smart, charming on-the-scene news reporter. Security Guy is a typical non-speaking bodyguard.

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