George Street Playhouse 2012-13 Season – EPAs
New Brunswick, NJ LORT C; $710/week minimum
Scott Goldman, Executive Assistant to David Saint (Attending auditions)
Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, July 16, 2012 at the Actors' Equity Audition Center
9:30 AM — 5:30 PM 165 West 46th Street, 2nd Floor
Lunch from 1 - 2. New York, NY
Prepare a brief contemporary monologue. Bring picture and resume, stapled together.
ONE SLIGHT HITCH by Lewis Black
Director Joe Grifasi, Playwright Lewis Black
1st rehearsal September 11, Opening October 5, Closing October 28, 2012
Precise comic timing and accompanying physical and verbal skills are essential for all these roles.
DOC COLEMAN - CAST
DELIA COLEMAN - CAST
MELANIE COLEMAN - CAST
Early thirties. A charming and annoying bohemian narcissist. His attention span is short but focused. Aspires to a writer's triumphs and pain more than to just being a writer. Witty, passionate and clueless he tries to grapple with eternal ideas and usually ends up with notions. Likes everyone he meets, especially Courtney's family.
Late 20's early 30's. A gifted writer who's attractive, talented, committed and highly competitive (mostly with herself). Having recently fled a life of bohemian struggle with Ryan in New York she's currently deluded by the fantasy of a storybook marriage to Harper in affluent, suburban Ohio.
Adult actress to play 16 year old, The youngest daughter of Doc and Delia Coleman. Precocious and smart she's unable to escape the emotional chaos of her eccentric, off-center family while struggling to organize the vagaries of post-puberty. She's an idealistic young Republican who believes in orderliness and loud rock n' roll. Likes to dance.
A former mid-western preppie now in his thirties. A good-looking, well spoken wasp he is a princely catch among the country club set. He's making a career out of graduate school and is delighted at the prospect of having a wife with one or two of her own ideas. His personality is predictable yet quirky.
THE GAME’S AFOOT by Ken Ludwig
1st rehearsal October 16, 2012
Opening Night Friday, November 16, 2012
Closing Sunday, December 9, 2012
strikingly handsome, dashing, an Actor, a lively mind, a fanciful imagination, and full of irony and life. Late 40's to early 50's.
a delightful, clever, fierce old lady, mid 70's
a young leading man, sweet, energetic, and enthusiastic... mid 20's.
sharp, beautiful, bright eyed, full of spunk and vigor... mid 20's.
a genial and histrionic leading man in a Lionel Barrymore/Sir Toby Belch kind of way, a bit of a roué, and altogether a charming person, 40's
a leading lady, smart and passionate and delightful in a Rosalind Russell smart mouthed girl about town kind of way, 40's
self-made woman. Catty, funny, fierce, temperamental, passionate, and gorgeous, too. Can't take your eyes off her type, even if you don't like her exactly. 30's.
a policewoman when that was rare, smart, insightful, sharp, 40's or 50's
GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by David Saint
1st Rehearsal January 2nd 2013
Opening Night Friday, February 1, 2013
Closing Sunday, February 24, 2013 and then Travels to Seattle in a coproduction with Seattle Repertory Theatre
About 50. Lives in the lower end of Southie. Feisty, biting humor. Takes motherhood seriously. Loyal. Can be needling, passive aggressive. Self-conscious about weight. Scrappy. Uncomfortable around money.
Late 20s. Male. From Southie. Margaret’s manager at the Dollar store. Avid bingo-player. Good-hearted. Gives money to Margie. Dates a Thai woman.
Mid-sixties. From Southie. Margaret’s landlady, who likes crafts and getting rent on time. Funny.
About 50. From Southie and an inhabitant. Margaret’s friend. Loyal. Can stir the pot. Funny. Protective. Resourceful.
About 50. Grew up in Old Harbor projects, now doctor living in Chestnut Hill. Attractive, family man. Upstanding. On the board of the Boys Club. Professional. Conflicted.
Early 30s. African-American. Professor. Mike’s wife. Mother. Judicious. Considerate. Smart. Examining.
RICH GIRL by Victoria Stewart
Directed by Michael Bloom
1st Rehearsal February 12,2013
1st Preview Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Opening Night Friday, March 15, 2013
Closing Sunday, April 7, 2013 and then travels to Cleveland Play House
50, a financial guru, poised, hard as nails, used to talking points, distant;
her daughter, gawky and adolescent even at the age of 26;
40s, Eve's personal assistant, the Thelma Ritter role, a romantic in a non-romantic world;
27, smart, exteremely good looking, starving artist who directs experimental plays, and very interested in Claudine.
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