Philadelphia Theatre Company 2012-13 Season
– Equity Principal Auditions
(Philadelphia, PA) LORT C; $710/week minimum
Equity Principal Auditions:
Thursday, June 14, 2012 at Philadelphia Theatre Co.
9:30 – 5:30 480 South Broad Street
Lunch from 1 – 2 Philadelphia, PA
(lobby will open at 9am)
You may come on the day of audition and sign up. You may also email Amy Dugas Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a specific appointment time.
Prepare either 1) a brief contemporary monologues no more than 2 minutes in length, or 2) a brief song, or 3) a one minute contemporary monologue and 16 bars of a song. If singing, sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.
Seeking performers for the 2012/13 season
STARS OF DAVID
Based on the book by Abigail Pogrebin
Adapted by Charles Busch
Songs by: Marvin Hamlisch, Sheldon Harnick, Marilyn & Alan Bergman, Jeanine Tesori, Michael Friedman, etc.
Directed by Gordon Greenberg
1st Rehearsal 9/25/12. 1st preview 10/17/12. Open 10/24/12. Close 11/18/12
Mid 40s-early 50s. Funny, bright and experiencing a crisis of faith/spiritual breakdown.
1 man and 1 woman
Early 30s. To play an assortment of Jewish characters in Diane's life. Comic actors and strong singers required (they sing all the songs in the show).
1 man and 1 woman
40s-50s. To play an assortment of Jewish characters in Diane's life. Comic actors and strong singers required (they sing all the songs in the show).
by Katori Hall
1st Rehearsal 12/26/12. 1st preview 1/18/13. Open 1/23/13. Close 2/17/13
Dr Martin Luther King, Jr
39 years old
20s. A beautiful, smart African American who works as a hotel maid.
by Teresa Rebeck
1st Rehearsal 2/19/13. 1st preview 3/15/13. Open 3/20/13. Close 4/14/13
40 - 60. A literary guru with a penchant for harsh criticism, reckless and brilliant.
20s - 30s. An earnest Bennington grad who is good-natured and, at times, self-effacing; an ambitious writer trying to please and to prove herself.
late 20s to early 30s. A well-connected, swaggering, patrician man with high standards; a writer who has enjoyed early success.
late 20s to 30s. Smart, talented, self-conscious writer. Turning cynical.
20s - 30s. Cunning, sexy, free-spirited woman and an opportunistic writer. Asian American.
THE BIG MEAL
by Dan LeFranc
1st Rehearsal 4/30/13. 1st preview 5/24/13. Open 5/29/13. Close 6/23/13
The cast of THE BIG MEAL is comprised of 8 gifted, versatile, bright actors who play over 30 characters throughout the course of the play. The age and character breakdowns are as follows.
(Older Woman) – 60s. NICOLE (as older woman); ALICE, Sam’s mother
(Woman) – 30s-40s. NICOLE (as woman); MADDIE, Sam & Nicole’s daughter (as woman); JACKIE, Robbie & Stephanie’s daughter (as woman)
(Young Woman) – 20s. NICOLE (as young woman); JESSICA, a gentle soul; MADDIE, Sam & Nicole’s daughter (young woman); STEPHANIE, Robbie’s wife (young woman); MEGAN, Sammy’s girlfriend; JACKIE, Robbie & Stephanie’s daughter (young woman)
10. PESKY LITTLE GIRL; MADDIE, Sam & Nicole’s daughter (as girl); JACKIE, Robbie & Stephanie’s daughter (as girl)
(Older Man) – 60s. SAM (as older man); ROBERT, Sam’s father; JACK, Stephanie’s father
(Man) – 30s-40s. SAM (as man); ROBBIE, Sam & Nicole’s son (as man)
(Young man) – 20s. SAM (as young man); ROBBIE, Sam & Nicole’s son (as young man); MADDIE’S ADOLESCENT BOYFRIENDS (Steven, Marcus, Jeremy, Patrick, Michael); SAMMY , Maddie’s son (young man)
10. PESKY LITTLE BOY; ROBBIE, Sam & Nicole’s son (as boy); SAMMY, Maddie’s son (boy); MATTHEW, Jackie’s son
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