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SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE 2014-15 SEASON - Seattle Repertory Theatre Auditions

Posted: April 16, 2014

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Seattle Repertory Theatre 14/15 Season - LA EPA
Seattle Repertory Theatre|Seattle, WA

Date of Audition:
4/28/2014


Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Monday, April 28, 2014
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch is from1:20 PM - 2:20 PM
Sign up begins at9:00 AM

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
LORT B - Min $812/wk | LORT D - Min $600/wk

Location
Madilyn Clark Studios
10852 Burbank Blvd
N. Hollywood, CA 91601


Seeking
All Equity Actors are welcome to audition at our 2014-2015 season generals. Stage Manager positions are available.

Preparation
Please prepare two contrasting monologues of your choice.

Other Dates
Individual show dates listed with the character breakdown.

Other
www.seattlerep.org

Personnel
Erin Kraft, Casting Director

· EPA Rules are in effect.

· A monitor will be provided.

Appointments
EPA rules 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.


Breakdown

If you are unable to attend this audition please send headshot and resume to:
Emma Watt
Seattle Repertory Theatre
PO Box 900923
Seattle, WA 98109


Bagley Wright Theatre (LORT B)
The Piano Lesson by August Wilson Directed by: Tim Bond
A co-production with Syracuse Stage
Syracuse Stage Dates:
First Rehearsal:9/23/14
Opening:10/24/14
Closing:11/9/14
Seattle Rep Dates:
First Rehearsal:1/6/15
Opening:1/21/15
Closing:2/8/15
Possible Extension to2/15/15

Doaker Charles: Male, 47, African-American railroad cook. Sings.
Berniece: Female, 35, African-American, sister to Boy Willie, mother to Maretha. Must sing and play piano beautifully.
Boy Willie: Male, 30, African-American, brother to Berniece. Enthusiastically plays piano, sings.
Lyman Jackson: Male, 29, African-American. Boy Willie’s partner. Sings.
Avery: Male, 38, African-American, an aspiring preacher, currently an elevator operator.
Wining Boy: Male, 56, African-American, older brother to Doaker. Plays piano and sings.
Grace: 20s - early 30s, African-American. A city girl.
Maretha(2): 11, African-American. Plays basic piano. Daughter to Berniece. Natural hair.



Leo K. Theatre (LORT D)
Dear Elizabeth by Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell, arranged by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by: Allison Narver
First Rehearsal:1/9/15
Opening:2/11/15
Closing:3/8/15

Elizabeth Bishop: Female, between 40 and 60. Six years older than Lowell. Poet. Lonely, loving, a deliberate yet adventurous spirit.
Robert Lowell: Male, between 40 and 60, nicknamed “Cal.” Six years younger than Bishop. Poet. Passionate, impulsive.



Bagley Wright Theatre (LORT B)
The Comparables by Laura S chellhardt Directed by: Braden Abraham
First Rehearsal:2/2/15
Opening:3/11/15
Closing:3/29/15

Iris: Broker in her late 20s, any ethnicity. Appears inexperienced but ambitious, ruthless, and knows how to use her assets.



Bagley Wright Theatre (LORT B)
Outside Mullingar by John Patrick Shanley
Director To Be Announced
First Rehearsal:3/24/15
Opening:4/29/15
Closing:5/17/15
In the countryside surrounding the little Irish town of Mullingar, the Reilly and Muldoon families live, die and fall in love just within the reach of the modern world. From Tony Award-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley, this quirky romance charts falling in love and finding home.

Tony Reilly: Male, 70s, Irish. Down-to-earth, dark sense of humor and an acute sense of nostalgia.
Anthony Reilly: Male, late 30s – early 40s, Irish. A loner and a dreamer, he loves his home and neighbors but doesn’t quite know how to connect with them.
Aoife Muldoon: Female, 70s, Irish. Suffering from emphysema. Bleakly practical and resigned.
Rosemary Muldoon: Female, 40s, Irish. Stubborn and passionate, she holds a grudge and resents evasiveness, though she herself is reluctant to express her deep affection for her family and her home.



All other shows in the season are cast.


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