CTG Casting / Attn: Bountiful
601 W. Temple St.
Los Angeles CA90012
LORT A Minimum $1306/wk
Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.
Audition Date: TBD, late May/early June in Los Angeles.
Artistic Dir: Michael Ritchie
Assoc Artistic Dir: Neel Keller
Playwright: Horton Foote
Dir: Michael Wilson
Casting Dir: Mark Simon
Casting Assoc: Meg Fister
Casting Assist: Steven Pieszchalski
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION:Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Mrs. Carrie Watts: Cicely Tyson
Jessie Mae Watts: Vanessa Williams
Ludie Watts: Blair Underwood
Ensemble refers to the townspeople and bus passengers who are on stage throughout the play.
Second Houston Ticket Agent and Ensemble: Any age. Ticket clerk at Houston bus station.
U/S Carrie (Cicely Tyson) and Ensemble: Mid 50s+. African-American. A strong-willed, spiritual woman who feels emotionally and physically trapped in her son and daughter-in-law’s apartment in Houston. She is haunted by the memory of “Bountiful”, her childhood home, and longs to return there before she dies.
U/S Ludie (Blair Underwood) and Ensemble: 40s-50s, African-American. Plagued by a sense of failure in his work, marriage, and life. Continually feels torn between his love and loyalty to his mother, and his devotion to his wife.
U/S Jessie Mae (Vanessa Williams) and Ensemble: 40s. African-American. A selfish, obstinate woman, who has difficulty seeing past her own feelings of entrapment. Although she is antagonizing towards Carrie and Ludie, she is not a villain. Attractive and very strong.
U/S Thelma and Ensemble: 20s- 30s. African-American. A compassionate, sincere young woman who provides Carrie with companionship along her journey to “Bountiful”.
U/S Roy and Ensemble: 40s – 60s. African-American. A helpful bus station agent who helps Carrie when she is in need.
U/S Sheriff and Houston Ticket Agents: 40s – 60s. A wise, insightful, and protective man who assists Carrie on the final leg of her journey to “Bountiful”.