Sunday, November 30, 2014

auditions PLUTO Stray Cat Theatre

WHEN: Monday, December 15th, 6pm - 10 pm
WHERE: Tempe Performing Arts Center, 132 E 6th St in Tempe
NEEDED: 3 F, 2 M
Elizabeth Miller - A woman; 40s, a widow, a single mother; strong, steadfast, capable, but sarcastic and definitely not the best communicator; honestly trying to do right by her son and make this day like any other.
Bailey Miller - A man; early 20s, sarcastic, hipster, a bit sullen, but pleasant enough if pushed & hungry to fit in. Struggling to find his footing in life. Dissociative. And probably very dangerous.
Maxine Sailors - A woman; early 20s, beautiful, full of promise, erratic & really not as nice as she could be ‐ but given the circumstances, it’s hard to fault her.
Cerberus - A woman; laid‐back therapist vibe, pretty with a pedigree, but not snooty, the personification of the mythic, three‐headed dog guarding the entrance to the underworld.
Radio Voice/Death - A “man;” good natured with a wry, warm humor to take the edge off; sharp in look with a good flow, but a bit out of sorts. A force of nature.
WHAT TO PREPARE: Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
To schedule an audition please send an email with ALL FOUR OF THE FOLLOWING:
1. Name
2. Role(s) you would like to be considered for
3. Phone Number
4. The time you would like to be scheduled. (We will do our best to get you as close as possible to your requested time.) to rmay@straycattheatre.org

Sides will be sent once your appointment is confirmed. **PLEASE NOTE WE WILL NOT BE RESPONDING TO AUDITION REQUESTS UNTIL MONDAY, DECEMBER 1st BUT WILL RESPOND IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED SO SUBMITTING EARLY GIVES YOU A BETTER CHANCE OF SNAGGING THE TIME YOU'D LIKE.
Rehearsals will begin on or around January 11, 2015. The show runs February 20 to March 7, 2015
There is a small stipend.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
PLUTO
by Steve Yockey
February 20 - March 7, 2015
Directed by Ron May
The new play from the writer of WOLVES and OCTOPUS.
In the wake of a violent tragedy at a local community college, a single mother struggles to reconnect with her withdrawn son across the breakfast table as mysterious forces threaten to invade the kitchen. Continually interrupted by a talkative three-headed dog, a radio gone haywire, and an animated refrigerator, time is running short for mother and son to deal with the morning's events. “And so I leave you with a warning: This is not Yockey writing in the sexually sinister, frequently delicious style of “Wolves” and “Octopus.” It is a much more potent cup o’ joe. Not everyone will want to see this play. Those who do may never be the same again.” – Atlanta Journal Constitution

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