INTAR Theatre 2014 Season – EPAs
New York, NY
Date of Audition
500 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Equity Principal Auditions
Monday, February 3, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1:30 to 2:30
> EPA Rules are in effect.
> A monitor will be provided.
Artistic Director: Lou Moreno
Executive Director: John McCormack
$309/week (approval of salary pending)
Equity actors, men and women, for the season to include:
LOCUSTS HAVE NO KING
see breakdown for details.
A breakdown has been added for this notice. See below.
Prepare a brief one-minute, contemporary monologue of choice, under two minutes.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.
INTAR is one of the United States’ longest running Latino theater producing in English
Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
By José Rivera
Directed by Patricia McGregor
Rehearses February17th-March 12th, Previews March 13-16th, Opens February 17th, closes April 6th
The ancient matriarch of the family. A true beauty in her time, the fire of her youth still burns bright, but the hardships of the years (lost loves, lost way of life) has worn her down. Deeply proud of Puerto Rico's independence, she plants seeds of hope for the future while fighting the ghosts of the past. Equal parts fierce and fragile. The last of her kind.
Too young to be so tough, Vanessa's defensive nonchalance belies a past lacking the protection of family or the roots of home. Quick-tongued and guarded, she is accustomed to fending for herself leery of giving her loyalty to anyone or anything. Under her hard shell lies a curious and loving heart. Looking for a place to belong.
Believes the practical necessity to invest in the future out-weights nostalgic longings for a disappearing past. Savvy and charming, Ismale is about moving things forward- in politics, business, and with women. Impatient to capitalize on the opportunities in front of him, he is not afraid to knock down anything that stands in his way. The embodiment of the ideals of progress.
A young man caught between the fire of a Puerto Rican revolutionary heart and and the dogma of an American liberal arts education. An idealist who does not always consider the full impact of his actions. He believes change is possible and necessary against all odds. The privilege of youth and time in the states sometime leaves him blind to the realities back home. He is determined to prove his allowance to the people and land he loves.
The itch that you can't scratch. Irreverent and vengeful, her spirit won't rest until someone takes responsibility for what happened to her in her life and what has happened to her name in the afterlife. A bawdy trixter and survivor who is the reminder of things we would rather forget.
LOCUSTS HAVE NO KING
By J. Julian Christopher
Directed by Niegel Smith
Rehearses April 21st-May 8th, Previews March 9th-11th, Opens May 12th, closes June 8th
Any ethnicity, 52, priest. Handsome, quick-witted, and sassy. A pot-smoking, Carpe Diem kind of guy out once out of the collar. In a relationship with Marcus but still highly attracted to Lucus, though he denies it.
Any ethnicity, 42, priest. Handsome, very witty, likeable, and pacifistic. Marcus is ultimately forgiving of Johnathan for his past relations with Lucus, but still jealous.
Any ethnicity, 55, monsignor. Alcoholic, volatile, weathered, and sharp-tongued. In a relationship with Matthew but still in love with Johnathan. Lucus is a difficult man; bull-headed and emotionally abusive towards Matthew, but magnetic nonetheless.
Any ethnicity, 30, priest. Handsome, sensitive, bit of a stuffed shirt. Self-reflexive and observant, Matthew is a ticking time bomb. He endures Lucus’ abuse up to cataclysmic breaking point.
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