THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
- Submit Photo / Resume for NYC Appointments
Pioneer Theatre Company (Salt Lake City, UT) Equity LORT B $765/week minimum
Artistic Director: Karen Azenberg
Director: Jenn Thompson
Writer: Philip Barry
Casting: Rich Cole
1st Rehearsal: 12/17/12. Runs: 1/11/13 - 1/26/13
NYC auditions will be held on October 22 and 23, by appointment only.
Seeking submissions from Actors' Equity Members only for these auditions.
For consideration, mail picture and resume to:
648 Broadway--Suite 912
New York, NY 10012
re: PHILADELPHIA STORY (name of role) / AEA Submission
Submissions are by Mail only. ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS, VISITS OR EMAILS.
Be sure to include the role for which you're submitting yourself on the envelope
Casting Director Note: The local Utah Equity auditions for this production will be held this weekend. We may not be looking for all these roles in New York. We'll know what is available by the time the New York auditions are scheduled early next week. There will be at least two days off around Christmas.
mid 20s early 30s; A sophisticated, charming, slightly spoiled “goddess.” Opinionated and witty, her somewhat cool exterior hides the considerable vulnerability beneath the surface.
C. K. Dexter Haven:
30s; Tracy's first husband, and true love. Highborn and handsome with a dry, self-deprecating wit. Tracy’s match.
Macaulay (Mike) Connor:
30s Cynical journalist and struggling novelist, suffers from a touch of self-righteousness, easily cured by the right woman.
30s; Successful and handsome, an ambitious self-made man who is new to the upper class set and still a bit rough around the edges. Engaged to Tracy.
Late 20s, mid 30s; Smart, attractive, a photojournalist who is unobtrusively in love with her colleague, Mike Connor.
Late 40s, mid 50s; Well-bred, cordial and attractive mother to the young Lords, loyal and long-suffering wife of Seth.
Late 20s, mid 30s; Sagacious and decent young husband and new father who is a loyal son and brother to Tracy and Dinah.
12-14; Tracy’s amusing and precocious younger sister, doesn't miss a trick. She prefers Dexter to George and makes no attempt to hide the fact.
50s; Tracy's estranged father and husband to Margaret. A worldly and successful businessman, whose veneer of respectability has been punctured by his recent indiscretion.
60s; Uncle Willie is, in Tracy's words, “a pincher”. A playful, aging wolf with a twinkle in his eye and a love of wine and women.
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