SAN JOSE REPERTORY THEATRE 2014-15 SEASON DRAMAS **Updated** - San Jose Repertory Auditions

Posted: February 14, 2014

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San Jose Repertory Theatre-EPA (MONOLOGUE)*UPDATED
San Jose Repertory Theatre|San Jose, CA

Date of Audition:
3/5/2014



Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch break 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sign Up begins at 9:00 AM

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
Minimum $753/wk

Location
San Jose Repertory Theatre
101 Paseo de San Antonio
San Jose, CA 95113
Street and Lot parking nearby. Please enter through the lobby.


Seeking
Male/Female, ages 20s to 60s. All ethnicities encouraged to audition.

Preparation
For general audition day (no singing): Prepare two contrasting monologues, one contemporty, one classical, 3 minutes total.

Other Dates
See breakdown for full details.

Other
www.sjrep.com

Personnel
Kirsten Brandt, Associate Artistic Director/Casting Director
Accompanist, TBA

  • EPA Rules are in effect.
  • A monitor willnotbe provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
Kirsten Brandt;408-367-7276,kirstenb@sjrep.com.

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

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown

Season rehearsals start midlate July 2014. The season runs to July 2015.
Dates and title subject to change
THE 12, world premiere Rock Musical, Book and Lyrics by Robert Schenkkan, Music by Neil Berg directed byRichard Seyd; 1st rehearsal is 7/29/14 - opens 9/3/14; closes 9/28/14
A CHRISTMAS CAROL adapted and directed by Rick Lombardo, 1st rehearsal is 11/03/14; opens 12/03/14; closes 12/24/14
WUTHERING HEIGHTS, world premiere, adapted and directed by Kirsten Brandt 1st rehearsal 12/30/14; opens 1/28/15, closes 2/15/15
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde directed by Rick Lombardo, 1st rehearsal 3/03/15; opens 04/01/15; closes 4/19/15
TBA ; first rehearsal is 4/14/15 opens 5/16/15, closes 5/31/14
JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS directed by Rick Lombardo, 1st rehearsal 6/02/15, opens 6/24/15. closes 7/12/15.

Shows in the season include:
THE 12, a rock musical
All are singing roles
Peter, male, 30s-40s
Andrew, 20s - early 30s
James, 30s
John, 30s - 40s
Tom, 30s
Simon, late 20s - 30s
Thad, 20s - 30s
Bart, 20 - early 30s
Phil, 20s - early 30s
Mary, 30s
Jimmy, 30s
Matt 30s-40s

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
6 men, 4 women playing multiple roles, ages 20 - 60s.

WUTHERING HEIGHTS
Woman #1 - plays Nelly Dean, 30-50, the servant and confidant to Cathy and Heathcliff
Woman #2 - plays Catherine Earnshaw and Catherine Linton, 20s - 30s
Woman #3 - plays Isabella Linton and Francis Earnshaw, 20s - 30s
Woman #4 - multiple parts, 30s
Man #1 - plays Heathcliff, 20s - 40s
Man #2 plays Edgar Linton and Linton, 20s-40s
Man #3 plays Hindley and Mr. Lockwood , 40s.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
John "Jack" Worthing, known as "Jack" in London and "Ernest" in the Country, in love with Gwendolen, early 30s
Algernon "Algy" Moncrieff , Jack's friend and cousin of GwendolenFairfax, brilliant, selfish and witty, early 30s
Gwendolen Fairfax, a model of high fashion and society, she is in love with Jack, mid 20s
Cecily Cardew, Jack's ward, early 20s
Miss Letita Prism, Cecily's Governess, has romantic notions for Dr. Chasuble, 50s-60s
Rev. Canon Chasuble, recot on Jack's estate. has romatic feelings for Miss Prisim, 50s-60s
Lane, Manservant to Jack at his London home
Merriman, butler at Jack's country estate

JACQUES BRELL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS.
All are singing roles
WOMAN #1, ages 30-45, alto/sporano
WOMAN #2, age 20-35, alto/soprano
MAN #1, age 20-35, tenor
MAN #2, age 30-45, bari-tenor


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