AMANDINE – Submit Photo / Resume for NYC Appointments
Producers: Amandine LLC (NYC) AEA Mini - Contract (approval pending) $402/week plus P&W
Music/Lyrics: Lance Horne
Book/Lyrics: Winter Miller
Director: Josh Hecht
Choreographer: Lorin Latarro
Casting Director: Duncan Stewart and Company
Rehearsals begin: November 26, 2012
Production Dates: January 9 - 26 2013, with possible extension to February 3, 2013, at the Cherry Lane Theatre.
NYC auditions will be held on Thursday, November 8 by appointment only.
Seeking submissions from Actors' Equity Members only for these auditions.
For consideration, email picture and resume to:
Duncan Stewart at: email@example.com
Make sure to put in the subject line: AMANDINE Appointments/ AEA Submission
Male, any ethnicity. To play various ages from young girl (age 6) through to young woman and man (late 20's). As young girl she is exuberant, highly imaginative, playful, very smart with big dreams for the future. As a young adult, she is reserved, guarded, self-protecting and has developed a superciliousness as her defense. There's an arrogance and an aloofness about her born of pain and shame. Amandine is not quite a woman but not a man, either. She's 'intersex', but in 19th century France, there are only two choices and she is forced to remake her life as a man: Gaston. Throughout the entire journey, she displays a dry, cerebral, witty sense of humor. Though it may not seem so at first glance, there is ample room for humor, that requires an actor with a good sense of dry/cerebral/ironic wit. Again, actor needed for this role must be much more than a singer who can act. Looking for extremely strong actor with solid voice and a good sense of wit, irony and humor. Someone who reads 'believable' in a dress -- which in a 19th century convent isn't high drag, but a simple shift and no make-up.
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