BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK - Theatre Three Inc. Auditions

Posted: February 25, 2014

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By The Way, Meet Vera Stark - EPA
Theatre Three Inc.|Dallas, TX

Date of Audition:
3/11/2014


Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Contract
SPT
Minimum $404/wk

Location
Theatre Three
2800 Routh St.
Suite 168
Dallas, TX 75201
Parking is available on the west and north sides of the building.


Seeking
Actors for By The Way, Meet Vera Stark.

Preparation
Sides will be posted to our website.theatre3dallas.com/auditions.

Other Dates
First rehearsal:May 27, 2014
First preview:June 19, 2014
Final performance:July 13th, 2014(with a possible extension throughJuly 20, 2014)

Other
The role of Vera Stark has been previously cast.

www.theatre3dallas.com

Personnel
Director: Bruce R. Coleman

· EPA Rules are in effect.

· A monitor willnotbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
214-871-3300 x 224
theatrethree2800@gmail.com

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown


ACTOR #1 – Female. Caucasian. Must be able to play 20 – 60 years old. Old School
Hollywood Actress Type. Think Carol Lombard, Norma Shearer etc…
Must Sing.
ACTOR #2 – Female. African American. Described by the author as ‘Brown and Round.’
Darker Complexion and fuller figure. Must Play age 20 – 40.
Act One, Veras’ Best Friend. Think Octavia Spencer.
Act Two, Gender Studies Professor. Think Joy Reid of MSNBC.
ACTOR #3 – Female. African American. Described by the author as being Very Light
In complexion. So light, she can pass for Latina, and does. 20’s – 30’s.
Act One, Good Time Girl Actress. Fun, Flirty and GIRLIE
Act Two, Masculine, Butch Poet and Film Critic. Nikki Giovanni type.
ACTOR #1 – Female. Caucasian. Must be able to play 20 – 60 years old. Old School
Hollywood Actress Type. Think Carol Lombard, Norma Shearer etc…
Must Sing.
ACTOR #2 – Female. African American. Described by the author as ‘Brown and Round.’
Darker Complexion and fuller figure. Must Play age 20 – 40.
Act One, Veras’ Best Friend. Think Octavia Spencer.
Act Two, Gender Studies Professor. Think Joy Reid of MSNBC.
ACTOR #3 – Female. African American. Described by the author as being Very Light
In complexion. So light, she can pass for Latina, and does. 20’s – 30’s.
Act One, Good Time Girl Actress. Fun, Flirty and GIRLIE
Act Two, Masculine, Butch Poet and Film Critic. Nikki Giovanni type.
ACTOR # 4 – Male. African American. Handsome and solid. 30’s – 40’s
Act One, Troubled but Charming Jazz Musician. Flirts with Vera.
Act Two, Film Critic and Host. Cultured. A little on the Academic side.
ACTOR #5 – Male. Caucasian. 30’s – 40’s. Good with Accents.
Act One, 1930’s Film Director. German. Passionate.Think Stroheim
Act Two, 1970’s Brit Television Host. Think David Frost or Graham Kerr.
ACTOR #6 – Male. Caucasian. 30’s – 40’s. Good with Accents.
Act One, 1930’s Jewish Film Producer.
Act Two, 1970’s British Rock Star. Wasted. Must Sing.


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