Tuesday, July 22, 2014
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sign up begins at9:00 AM
COST Minimum $768/wk
La Mirada Rehearsal Hall
La Mirada, CA 90638
This address is not the La Mirada Theatre.
Actors for Good People.
Contemporary THEATRE monologue. You may use a monologue from the script. There will not be a reader present.
Rehearsal: 9/2 Open: 9/19 and Close: 10/12
Performances areWednesdayandThursdaynight (7:30pm),Friday 8pm,Saturday 2pm and 8pmandSundaymatinee (2pm).
Tom McCoy and Cathy Rigby (Producers), Brian Kite (Producing Artistic Director), Jeff Maynard (Director), Julia Flores (Casting Director)
For Flores Casting: Emma Fassler (Casting Associate) and/or Julia Flores
Other members of the Creative Team may stop by, but are not scheduled for the duration.
· EPA Rules are in effect.
· A monitor will be provided.
EPA rules will be in effect. Sign up begins at9:00 AM.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
Margaret (Margie with a hard "G") Walsh: 45-50 can’t catch a break, rough around the edges, wry, working class South Boston, has had a hard life that has taken away most of her attractiveness but it still shines through. She is physically fit from taking care of her adult daughter with disabilities not from going to the gym. She is desperate and determined and will do anything it takes to find a new job so that she can pay her rent. Must have a south Boston accent-
Mike (Mikey) Dillon: 45-50 a working class kid who made good, from South Boston now lives in the upper-class suburb of Chestnut Hill. He is smart, hardworking, ambitious, and attractive. He has worked hard to refine himself although his Southie accent slips out at moments of stress. He has a dangerous edge and a temper. Briefly dated Margaret in high school.
Kate: Late 20's to early 30's – African-American- upper class, intelligent, cultured and refined, from an elite and influential family, in love with her unfaithful husband but is wise to his ways. She loves to host parties and teaches literature at Boston University. Gracious and intelligent but can have a hard edge when challenged.
Jean: 45-50 – Margaret’s best friend from high school. Attractive, loyal, and a tough talking truth teller, "a mouthie from Southie," funny, takes no crap and is a good friend to Margie. She works a catering job at a banquet hall. Must have a south Boston accent-
Stevie: 25-29 Manager of a Dollar Store, from South Boston, patient, understanding but has a job to do, trying a good person, likes to play Bingo no matter how nerdy it looks. He is hard working, quiet and sensitive which sometimes makes him the butt of jokes. Must have a south Boston accent-
Dottie – OFFER OUT
Early 60’s - Margaret’s eccentric babysitter and landlady. An opportunist, a little ditzy. Coarser than her friends, she considers herself a realist. Must have a south Boston accent-