BAY STREET THEATRE 2012-13 SEASON - Bay Street Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: March 15, 2012
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Bay Street Theatre 2012-13 Season


– Equity Principal Auditions


Sag Harbor, NY               LORT C; $710 / week minimum


Artistic Director: Murphy Davis


 


Equity Principal Audition:


Tuesday, April 3, 2012                                                         at the Actors' Equity Audition Center


9:30 AM — 5:30 PM                                                        165 West 46th Street, 2nd Floor


Lunch from 1 - 2.                                                                      New York, NY


 


Prepare EITHER: 1) A brief monologue under 2 minutes in length, OR 2) A brief song OR 3) a 1 minute monologue & 16 bars of a song.
If singing, bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided but may not transpose.

Bring picture and resume, stapled together.



MY BRILLIANT DIVORCE


By Geraldine Aron


Director: Matt McGrath


1st rehearsal in NYC: 5/1/12. First Rehearsal in Sag Harbor: 5/24/12.  Runs: 5/229 – 6/24/12


 


Seeking:


 


Angela:


A New Yorker. Definitely declares she is 45 at the beginning. Three years later, she’s 56.


 



MEN’S LIVES


By Joe Pintauro


Director: Harris Yulin


1st rehearsal in NYC: 6/11/12. 1st rehearsal in Sag Harbor: 6/28/12Runs: 7/2 – 7/28/12


 


Walt:


60-65. Hardworking fisherman, fifty or more. The father of Lee and William. Even-tempered and morally strong.


 


Alice:


Walt’s wife, same age, mother of Lee and William. Uneducated but idealistic, self-respecting and highly principled.


 


Lee:


Thirty or thereabouts. Hurt and hurting, tender and angry. Takes after his parents in moral sensitivity, but is also self-lacerating and sarcastic. Throws barbs at people, then smothers his victims with tenderness, yet anyone who knows him thoroughly, loves him helplessly.


 


Popeye:


Same age as Lee. A side-kick of Lee’s who is not of their blood or their neighborhood. Tries to be a good fisherman. Worships and respects Lee and his family.


 


William:


The youngest son, 25-30 years old, bright, smiles easily. Intelligent, inventive, adventurous and fun-loving, yet his profound respect for the fighting traditions of his forbears makes him a stubborn fighter.


 


Peter:


40-50 years old, a ringmaster of sorts, who brings the drama to life. He evokes characters, a world and its problems. He is a friend to these people, one who has known them intimately. His privilege of seeing them from a chronicler’s distance, something that irritates Lee. A poet and a fisherman. Peter loves the sea and the written word. Because of this, he is their witness and their hope.


 


Nate Spencer:


10-14 years old, young cousin to William and Lee.


 


1 Male Actor:


To play the following three characters Age 35-65:


Chuck: A sports fisherman


Congressman


Courtney: Representative of the anglers in Albany


 



BIG MAYBELLE: SOUL OF THE BLUES


By Paul Levine


Directed by Paul Levine


Music Director: TBA
1st rehearsal in NYC: 7/16/121st Rehearsal in Sag Harbor: 8/12.  Runs: 8/7 – 9/2/12


 


Big Maybelle:


Age 60-65. An African American woman of stature with a big voice and big personality. This role has been cast. Auditioning performers will be considered as possible replacements only.



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