A CAROL FOR CLEVELAND
- Submit Photo / Resume for NYC Appointments
Cleveland Playhouse (Cleveland, OH) LORT B; $765/week minimum
Artistic Directors: Michael Bloom
Playwright: Eric Coble
Director: Laura Kepley
Casting Office: Elissa Myers Casting
Casting Director: Paul Fouquet
Casting Associate: Heather Hurst
World Premiere. 1st Rehearsal: 11/6/12. Runs: 11/30 – 12/23/12
NYC auditions will be held on August 22-24, 2012, by appointment only.
Seeking submissions from Actors' Equity Members only for these auditions.
For consideration, mail or messenger picture and resume to:
Attn: A Carol For Cleveland, Role Of _________/AEA
Elissa Myers Casting
250 W. 54th St, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10019
Submissions must be received by August 10th.
40s. Laid-off Steel worker who can’t find a job. Father of 2. Desperate. Struggling to hold on to his humanity. Worn down but fighting for his life. Protagonist of the play.
We see her from ages 18-40. . Beautiful, industrious, working class girl next door. Sparkling. Has big dreams. Married to ED.
Mid 30s. A very warm good person. A mother of a 6 year old boy. Brings out the best in others. Has a surprising sense of humor and imagination.
One actor to play both roles; African-American men, 30s-40s. The ability to sing is a plus. GEORGE: Runs a hardware store, laconic, dry sense of humor. Keeps his feelings to himself. FEZ: Full of life and compassion. Throws a great party. A modern working class African American version of Dickens’ Fezziwig.
Daisy/Well Dressed Woman
One actress to play both roles; African-American women, 30s-40s. The ability to sing is a plus. DAISY: Bubbly, a bit ditzy, George's Wife. WELL DRESSED WOMAN: Upper class, educated, good woman soliciting donations for the less fortunate
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