APPROPRIATE– EPAs by Appointment in DC
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (Washington, DC)
SPT Tier 9; $569/week (actors); $664/week (SMs)
Artistic Director: Howard Shalwitz
Playwright: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
1strehearsal: October 2013. Runs: November 2013 - December 2013
EPAs / Stage Manager Interviews – By Appointment
Friday, March 1, 2013at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
10 AM – 6 PM641 D St. NW
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30Washington, DC 20004
Actors prepare a 3-minute contemporary comedic monologue. Bring picture and resume, stapled together. Stage Managers bring cover letter, resume and references.
For an appointment/interview, contact Omar Ingram at 202-349-1282 email@example.com, Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm. Please leave a message with your name, contact information, and audition time request. You will be asked to verify that you are a Member of Equity. AEA members without appointments will be seen as time permits.
The estranged members of the white Lafayettefamily must return to Southern Arkansas and the family’s cluttered and crumbling former plantation home to settle the accounts of their recently deceased patriarch and sort through a hoarded lifetime of mementos and junk. While they deal with the usual grocery list of neglects, petty differences and stinging slights, the discovery of a gruesome relic, sends the family spiraling into a darker history of repressed memories and family secrets.
PLACE : Southeast Arkansas. Summer of 2011.
Any role can be played by any ethnicity. Diversity in casting is preferred.
Antoinette “Toni” Lafayette- the oldest, Caucasian, 49
Rhys Thurston- her youngest son, Caucasian, 18
Beauregarde “Bo” Lafayette- the middle, Caucasian , 47
Rachael Lafayette-Kramer -his wife, Caucasian , mid/early 40s
Cassidy “Cassie” Lafayette-Kramer -their oldest child, Caucasian, mid teens
Ainsley Lafayette-Kramer -a youngest child, a twin, Caucasian, 8 years old
François “Franz/Frank” Lafayette -the youngest, Caucasian, 36
Trisha Rayner -his fiancee, Caucasian, 23