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AMERICAN STAGE 2014-15 SEASON - American Stage Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: March 25, 2014

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American Stage 2014-15 Season

- Equity Principal Auditions by Appointment in FL

American Stage Theatre Company|St. Petersburg, FL

Date of Audition:
4/21 and 4/22/2014

Call Type
Equity Principal

Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT (2 days)

Monday, April 21, 2014
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

10 AM to 5 PM each day
(no scheduled lunch break)

Tier 7; $462/week (as of 6/2/14)

American Stage
163 Third Street North
St. Petersburg, FL
Theatre Lobby

Equity actors and actors who sing for the 2014-15 SPT Season.

see breakdown.

Note: An additiona EPA for the LOA production IN THE HEIGHTS will be held on a later date TBD/TBA.

Prepare two monologues of choice. If interested in the musical GUTENBERG, prepare either 2 musical selections for which an accompanist will be provided, or 1 musical selection and 1 monlogue. All auditions should not exceed 3 minutes

Bring picture and resume, stapled together

AEA members without appointments seen as time permits

If no email access, or having problems emailing, then call 727-823-1600 & leave message.

Artistic Director: Tom Olson
Company Manager: Tom Block
· A monitor will

not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Email (preferred) Kimberly Webb at:

Leave name, phone number & options for 2 appointment times that will work for you
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


by Aaron Posner after Chaim Potok
directed by T. Scott Wooten
First Rehearsal: Tuesday, August 12. Opening: Wednesday, September 3. Closing: Sunday, September 28.

Older Reuven: Our narrator and guide for the evening. A rabbi. A teacher, thinker, and storyteller. A man of passionate convictions and deeply held beliefs about the world, who is still struggling every day to make sense of it all. Mid 30's to mid 40's.

Young Reuven: A fiercely intelligent, passionate young Jewish boy/man. He ages from 16-21 in the course of the play. Reuven is aware, curious, compassionate and dynamic. He is equally as compelled by Dostoevsky, baseball, and the study of Talmud.

Danny Saunders: An intense young Hassidic genius. A young man (also 16-21 over the course of the story) with "a mind like a jewel", but also a searching soul and a passionate curiosity about the world outside his narrow boundaries. Also a fierce baseball player.

David Malter: A writer, scholar, teacher, and loving father. He also becomes an impassioned activist on behalf of Zionism. He lives his life with intensity and drive, though his somewhat frail physical condition is always an impediment. First and foremost, he is a communicator and a good and kind man. Can be anywhere from mid 40's to early 60's.

Reb Saunders: A Tzaddik, a Rabbi, and a ruthless leader of men. A man with the depth of soul to literally carry the sufferings of his people on his own shoulders. An acute mind takes second place a soul both demanding and compassionate. Early 50's to 70's.


by David Rush
directed by Todd Olson
First Rehearsal: Monday, September 22. Opening: approx. October 15. Closing: Sunday, October 26.

Rudolf Nureyev: internationally-known Russian ballet sensation, 30’s. Romantic and volatile.

Jamie Wyeth: a painter in his 30’s, brilliant, but reserved in a very New England manner.


by Neil Simon
directed by Todd Olson
First Rehearsal: Monday, October 27. Opening: Wednesday, November 19. Closing: Sunday, December 14 (possible extension to Sunday, December 21).

Max Prince, 40’s to 50’s. A bigger-than-life comic actor who is the mega-star of a hugely popular television variety show “The Max Prince Show.” Based on Sid Caesar and “Your Show of Shows.” He cannot help but dominate a room entirely.

Lucan Brickman, 20’s to 30’s: He is the freshman writer. Sensible and sincere.

Milt Fields, Mid 40’s: The flamboyant “gag” man. A joke a minute wholesaler who deals in fast paced patter.

Val Slotsky, Mid 40’s A senior member of the staff. He is the most politically aware of all the writers. A Russian immigrant, he should still carry a strong accent.

Brian Doyle, Mid-30s to mid-40s: An Irish-American with a biting sense of humor and acerbic outlook on life. He is a heavy smoker, heavy cougher and heavy drinker.

Kenny Franks, Mid 30’s: Considered the “boy genius” of the group but also the most sophisticated of the writers.

Ira Stone, Late 30s to early 40s: A hypochondriac who comes in late every day with a new ailment. His humor is wrapped around despair.

Carol Wyman, Mid 30’s: The only woman writer on the show, she has a strong and quick defense system.

Helen, 20’s: Max’s female secretary. Attractive in a quirky way. Completely out of her element in the writer’s room.


by August Wilson
directed by Mark Southers
First Rehearsal: Tuesday, December 30. Opening: Wednesday, January 21. Closing: Sunday, February 22.


Harmand Wilks, black male, real estate developer seeking mayoral candidacy, well-placed local leader.

Mame Wilks, black female, Harmond’s wife of more than 20 years, professional public relations representative.

Roosevelt Hicks, black male, bank vice President, Harmand’s business partner and college roommate, avid golfer.

Sterling Johnson, black male, self-employed contractor and neighborhood handyman, robber a bank 30 years ago.

Elder Joseph Barlow, black male, recently returned to the hill District where he was born in 1918.


by Scott Brown & Anthony King
director TBD.
First Rehearsal: Tuesday, February 17. Opening: Wednesday, March 11. Closing: Sunday, April 5 (possible extension to Sunday, April 12).

Doug Simon and Bud Davenport, 2 innocent, passionate, writers. Jacks of all trades, masters of none.


by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegía Hudes
directed by Todd Olson
Under LOA (approximately $501/week for AEA)

A separate EPA will be held for this production on an upcoming date still TBD/TBA
First Rehearsal: Monday, March 30. Opening: Wednesday, April 22. Closing: Sunday, May 17.


by Jonathan Logan
director TBD.
First Rehearsal: Tuesday, May 5. Opening Wednesday, May 27. Closing Sunday, June 21.

Mark Rothko: 50s, The revolutionary twentieth century abstract expressionist painter. Passionate, vicious, imposing. He relishes a good debate. Obsessed with his work, he is struggling with his relevance and his legacy. His volatile temper hides a deep vulnerability. Ken: 20s. Rothko’s young assistant. An aspiring painter. Quiet and thoughtful, but extremely bright and quick-witted. Willing to spar with Rothko when necessary.


by Lewis Black
directed by TBD.
First Rehearsal: Monday, June 15. Opening: Wednesday, July 8. Closing: Sunday, August 2.

Doc Coleman: age 40s – 50s. The father. A General Practitioner. A charming, eccentric conservative. Usually straight-up.

Delia Coleman: age 40s – 50s. The mother. In a constant state of panic.

Ryan, early 30s. A charming and annoying bohemian narcissist. His attention span is short but focused. Aspires to a writer’s triumphs and pain more than to just be a writer. Witty, passionate and clueless. He tries to grapple with eternal ideas and usually ends up with notions. Likes everyone he meets, especially Courtney’s family.

Courtney late 20s – early 30s. A gifted writer who’s attractive, talented, committed and highly competitive (mostly with herself). Having recently fled a life of bohemian struggle with Ryan in New York, she’s currently deluded by the fantasy of a storybook marriage to Harper in affluent, suburban Ohio.

P.B. The youngest (16 years) daughter of Doc and Delia Coleman. Precocious and smart, she’s unable to escape the emotional chaos of her eccentric, off-center family while struggling to organize the vagaries of post-puberty. She’s an idealistic young Republican who believes in orderliness and loud rock n’ roll. Likes to dance.

Harper. A former mid-western preppie now in his 30s. A good-looking, well-spoken wasp, he is a princely catch among the country club set. He’s making a career out of graduate school and is delighted at the prospect of having a wife with one or two of her own ideas.

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