Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch approx 1 to 2
$417/week AEA minimum
Horizon Theatre Company
1083 Austin Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Equity actors for various roles.
Particularly interested in seeing Equity actors who are new to Atlanta or who have Atlanta housing and are able to work as local jobbers.
Sides will be provided at the audition. If you have not been seen at Horizon before, please also prepare a contemporary monologue. Please bring a photo and resume.
1st Rehearsal, August 18, opens September 19, runs through October 19
Horizon does not have access to housing for out of town actors.
by Lisa D'Amour
Co-Artistic/Producing Director Lisa Adler
· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.
Preferred contact: email@example.com; If no email access, call 404-523-1477 x113
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
A Pulitzer Prize Finalist and one of The New York Times top ten plays of 2012! In a suburb of a mid-sized American city, Ben and Mary see sudden signs of life at the deserted house next door and invite their new neighbors Sharon and Kenny over for a cookout. But as this foursome bonds over backyard barbecues, the neighborly connection they find threatens to unravel the lives they’ve built and change them forever. Ecstatic and dangerously funny, Detroit rips up the floorboards to reveal the racing heart under the suburban dream
Particularly interested in seeing Equity actors who are new to Atlanta or who have Atlanta housing and are able to work as local jobbers. Horizon does not have access to housing for out of town actors.
40-50. Raised in the United States, somewhere inland: Kansas City, maybe Denver. A banker, recently laid off from his job.
28, maybe 30, but he looks older. In that way people look older when they’ve been abusing drugs and alcohol on and off for a long time. Raised in several cities California until he was 12 or 13 and his parents finally split up and he moved to Omaha with his mom. Now he works as a warehouse manager.
FRANK Two generations older than the other characters. Maybe he?s in his late 70?s early 80?s? But he?s spry, the kind of man whose been fixing his roof and rewiring the electricity on his house and taking care of his impeccable lawn for many years. He?s happy.
28, maybe 30. but she looks older. In that way people look older when they’ve been abusing drugs and alcohol on and off for a long time. Raised in Tucson, AZ until she was 9, then she and her mother moved to Columbus, Ohio for 2 years and then to Indianapolis, where she went to high school. In her junior year her mother moved back to Arizona with her boyfriend, and Sharon lived with her best friend to finish school. Now, Sharon works at a phone bank, answering customer service calls.
The role of MARY has already been cast.