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ALL THE FINE BOYS - The New Group Auditions

Posted: June 30, 2016

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The New Group|New York, NY

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Equity Principal Auditions

Wednesday, July 13, 2016
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
(break 2:30 - 3:30 pm)

Off Broadway
Contract type and salary pending

Pearl Studios NYC "519"
519 8th Avenue
12th Floor
New York, NY 10018
Studio A and Studio L

Equity actors for roles in ALL THE FINE BOYS. See breakdown.

Please prepare a contemporary comic monologue.

Other Dates
First Rehearsal 1/16/17
First Preview 2/14/17
Opening 3/1/17 (tentative)
Closing 3/26/17

Written and directed by Erica Schmidt

Expected to attend audition: Associate Artistic Director Ian Morgan and Casting Associate Ally Beans (Judy Henderson and Associates).
· 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.


Fourteen year-old best friends Jenny and Emily are eager for 'real' life to begin. They want identity and escape. They want change and growth and experience but they are in suburban South Carolina in the late '80s and the only possibility they see is to find a boy. Emily chooses her senior crush from the high school play, and Jenny a man she’s seen at her family’s church. With parallel stories that take tricky and terrifying turns, All the Fine Boys dives deep into the fascinations and fears of sexual awakening and the first painful gasps of maturity.

All characters are from the South, but don’t have noticeable southern accents.

Jenny - actor 18+ to play almost 15. Best friends with Emily for last two years, but seems like forever. Mercurial: sometimes sunny, sometimes stormy, and quick to shift. Always on the fringes of the popular group, she is chafing at her life and at being a kid. The actor must have comedic skills.

Emily - actor 18+ to play 14. Best friends with Jenny for last two years, but seems like forever. A sponge, she listens to everything and is thirsty for experience and knowledge. A good, dedicated student who likes to act and write poetry. A bit dreamy and a bit of a goof-ball. The actor must have comedic skills.

Joseph – mid-20s to early 30s. Well spoken, polite, seems very adult: a religious-middle class-suburban- southern man. Handsome in a traditional kind of way; e.g., would sport a button down shirt, khaki pants, loafers, well combed hair, and favors sunglasses. Likes motorcycles, football and skeet shooting. Works at the local power plant.

Adam – actor 18+ to play 17. The ''cool kid'': 80s alternative type (when it was new). Very smart, well read, a poet and lead singer of a band, the lead in the high school play and the editor of the literary magazine. When his younger brother (who will be Senior Class President and Phi Beta Kappa) graduates the headline of the local paper will read: ''He’s more than Adam’s little brother.'' Still, he is sincere and searching, in his way.

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