SHEILA'S DAY/AUTUMN'S HARVEST **Revised** - Lincoln Center Education Auditions

Posted: March 4, 2014

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SHEILA'S DAY/AUTUMN'S HARVEST

- Equity Principal Auditions
Lincoln Center Education|New York, NY

Date of Audition:
3/17/2014


Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions
Monday March 17, 2014
10 AM to 6 PM
lunch 1:30 to 2:30

Contract
TYA
Tier 1; $575/wk

Location
Samuel B. & David Rose Building
Lincoln Center Education
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY
Clark Studio Theatre, 7th Floor


Seeking
Equity actors, men and women, for both:

SHEILA'S DAY
and
AUTUMN'S HARVEST

see breakdown.

Preparation
Prepare EITHER:

1) One gospel song (for SHEILA'S DAY) to be sung a cappella; OR

2) A brief contemporary monologue (for AUTUMN'S HARVEST); OR

3) A one-minute contemporary monologue and 16 bars of a song if auditioning for

both.



Bring picture and resume, stapled together

Other
lcinstitute.org

Personnel
Eliza Johnson, Production Associate

· EPA Rules are in effect. · A monitor will be provided.

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

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown

SHEILA'S DAY
First rehearsal: April 7, 2014
First performance: on or about April 28th, 2014
Closing performance: on or about May 23rd, 2014

Sheila's Day is adapted and directed by Ricardo Khan with vocal instruction by Thuli Dumakude

seeking:

MARY RUBY LEE THOMAS JOHNSON
African American female from Marion, Alabama. A domestic at least in her 40’s. A presence to be reckoned with but with a vulnerable side too. Raised mostly by her grandmother because her mother was also a sleep-in domestic. Comes from a tradition of churchgoers--holiness. She’s strong in spirit, a survivor with a flair for the comic and a strong gospel voice. A skilled and passionate storyteller, often humorous, always entertaining.

QEDUSIZI MAPHALALA
Black female from Soweto Township, South Africa. A domestic at least in her 40’s. A strong singer from a Zulu tradition. A dancer in that same tradition as well. She has dreams of becoming a teacher, loves children and is respectful of family and traditions. A skilled and passionate storyteller, strong-spirited with a vulnerable side as well.

TU:
South African female, 20’s- 30’s. A member of the ensemble of four women who plays several roles in the telling of Qedusizi’s and Ruby Lee’s stories. So she must be able to play roles in both the African American as well as South African worlds. Must have a strong singing voice and be able to dance or at least move very well, and to work in an ensemble environment. Tu also plays the guitar.

ANNELEN:
South African female, 30’s- 40’s. A member of the ensemble of four women who plays several roles in the telling of Qedusizi’s and Ruby Lee’s stories. So she must be able to play roles in both the African American as well as South African worlds. Must have a strong singing voice and be able to dance or at least move very well, and to work in an ensemble environment.

STEPHANIE:
African American female 30’s-40’s. A member of the ensemble of four women who plays several roles in the telling of Qedusizi’s and Ruby Lee’s stories. So she must be able to play roles in both the African American as well as South African worlds. Must have a strong singing voice and be able to dance or at least move very well, and to work in an ensemble environment. Playing the guitar is helpful.

TORRES:
Latina female 20’s-30’s. A member of the ensemble of four women who plays several roles in the telling of Qedusizi’s and Ruby Lee’s stories. So she must be able to play roles in both the African American as well as South African worlds. Must have a strong singing voice and be able to dance or at least move very well, and to work in an ensemble environment.

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AUTUMN'S HARVEST

April workshop (April 14th through 18th, 2014)
June - July production
First rehearsal: June 16th, 2014
First performance: on or about July 7th, 2014
Closing performance: on or about July 11th, 2014 with possible extension into following week. (performances will take place Monday through Friday)
Autumn's Harvest is written by Dominique Morriseau and directed by Jade King Carroll

seeking:

LADY SOUL
Black woman. Late 30's to late 40's. Somewhat of an oracle. Should have a wisdom and weight to her. Almost a poet.

JONES
Black man, working class, 30's, urban, tough. A loving father and widower, trying to figure out how to be a single dad

AUTUMN
Black girl, 12 - 15 years old, figuring out her place in this world. Determined, thoughtful, a little sassy. A leader. (NOTE: Actor must be 18+ years of age to play 12-15)

KHADEEM
Black boy, 12 - 15 years old. Autumn’s best friend. Street-savvy, smart, funny. (NOTE: Actor must be 18+ years of age, to play 12-15.)


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