Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
(in 3rd floor rehearsal hall)
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 (in PSC Theater for Kids)
10 AM to 6 PM each day
approx. lunch 1 to 2
D; $600/week AEA minimum
Portland Stage Company
25A Forest Avenue
Portland, ME 04104
Equity actors, men and women, for the upcoming season.
A monologue of the actor's choice not to exceed 2 minutes.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together
AEA members without appointments seen as time permits.
Executive and Artistic Director: Anita Stewart
Company Manager: Ella Wrenn
· A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.
AEA members email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ella Wrenn, Company Manager, 207.774.1043 x 107
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon
First rehearsal: 9/2/2014, Opening: 9/26/2014, Closing: 10/19/2014
Eugene: Male, almost 15
Blanche: Female, 38
Kate: Female, 40, motherly
Laurie: Female, 13
Nora: Female, 16
Stanley: Male, 18
Jack: 40, Fatherly
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
First Rehearsal: 11/4/2014, Opening: 12/6/2014, Closing: 12/24/2014
Scrooge: Male, 50s or older
Bob Crachit: Male, 30s-50s
Mrs. Crachit: Female, 30s - 50s
Ghost: Female, Any age
Belle: Female, 20s - 30s
Nephew Fred: Male, 20s-30s
Marley: Male, 50s or older
Our Man in Havana by Clive Francis
First Rehearsal: 12/29/2014, Opening: 1/23/2015, Closing: 2/15/2015
3 Men, 1 Woman, to play a variety of roles and ages.
The Whipping Man by Matthew Lopez
First Rehearsal: 2/3/2015 Opening: 2/27/2015 Closing: 3/15/2015
Simon: Male, 50s, African American
Caleb: Male, 20s
John: Male, 20s, African American
Red by John Logan
First Rehearsal: 3/3/2015 Opening: 3/27/2015 Closing: 4/12/2015
Mark Rothko: Male, 50s or older
Ken: Male, 20s
Papermaker by Monica Wood (World Premiere)
First Rehearsal: 3/31/2015 Opening: 4/24/2015 Closing: 5/17/2015
Henry: Male, 50s, paper company executive, Emily's father
Ernie: Male, 50s - 60s, Mill worker nearing retirement, Marie's husband
Marie: Female, 50s-60s, librarian, suffering from advanced cancer, Ernie's wife
Nancy: Female, 40s-50s, home health nurse, wife of a mill worker
Jake: Male, 20s, reluctant mill worker with big dreams, Ernie and Marie's son
Emily: Female, 20s, idealistic graduate student, Henry's daughter