DREAMCATCHER REPERTORY THEATRE SEASON - Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre Auditions

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Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre Season - NJ EPA
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre | Summit, NJ

Date of Audition:
8/29/2014


Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions
Friday, August 29, 2014
9 AM – 5 PM
Lunch from 12:30 – 1:30

Contract
SPT
$208/week minimum.

Location
The Oakes Center
120 Morris Avenue
Summit, NJ
Between Ashwood Avenue and Russell Place


Seeking
Equity actors for various roles in the upcoming season.

see breakdown.

Preparation
Please prepare a brief contemporary monologue, preferably no more than three minutes in length.

Please bring a picture and resume, stapled together.

Other
see breakdown for directions to the audition location.

www.dreamcatcherrep.org

Personnel
Artistic Director: Laura Ekstrand

· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
No appointments necessary. Actors seen on first come, first seen basis.

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

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown

100 YEARS
by Richard Dresser.
Director: Laura Ekstrand
1st rehearsal: Monday, Sept. 8. Runs Oct. 2-19 (Thursday-Sunday).

This is an apocalyptic dark comedy that asks the question, “Why should rich people ever have to die?”

seeking:

Joan:
30s. She is strong and opinionated, with a passionate temperament and a wry sense of humor.

Brett:
20s. He is a perky young employee, responsible for explaining and enforcing the rules and regulations of the facility. Asian-American.

The following roles have been CAST (offered and accepted). Actors may be considered for possible replacements should they become needed:

Raymond: 60s (CAST)
Helen: 50s (CAST)
Stevie: 40s (CAST)

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THE MOST DESERVING
by Catherine Trieschmann.
Director: Clark Carmichael
1st rehearsal: Monday, Jan. 19. Runs Feb. 12-Mar. 1 (Thursday-Sunday)

A small-town arts council fights over which local artist should receive a large grant in this hilarious comedy.

seeking:

Liz Chang:
30s. An assistant art professor at the local community college. Intelligent but her ambition outstrips her ability. Asian-American.

Everett Whiteside:
50s-early 60s. A paraplegic, self-taught artist. A native Kansan. African American.

The following roles have been CAST (offered and accepted). Actors may be considered for possible replacements should they become needed:

Jolene: 40s-50s (CAST)
Ted: 50s (CAST)
Edie: 60s-70s (CAST)
Dwayne: 50s-60s (CAST)

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RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN
by Gina Gionfriddo.
Director: David Christopher

1st rehearsal: Monday, Mar. 23. Runs Apr. 16-May 3 (Thursday-Sunday)

Two old friends who chose different paths decide to try swapping lives – and a husband – as a kind of modern feminist experiment.

All roles have been CAST (offered and accepted). Seeking for possible replacements only.

Catherine: 40s (CAST)
Alice: 70s (CAST)
Avery: 20s (CAST)
Gwen: 40s (CAST)
Don: 40s (CAST)

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Theatre’s statement: “All ethnicities strongly encouraged to attend.”

Directions:
Directions to the Oakes Center, provided by the Theatre: “Take NJ Transit, either bus or train, to the downtown Summit stop. Walk down Broad Street approximately ½ mile, make a right on Ashwood (dry cleaner on corner). Make first left onto Morris Avenue. Theatre is on corner between Ashwood and Russell. Enter in Russell Place alley on side of building.” www.dreamcatcherrep.org


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