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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS **Updated** - International City Theatre Auditions

Posted: November 1, 2012

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Around the World in 80 Days *UPDATE*

International City Theatre|Long Beach, CA






Call Type
Equity Principal

Date of Audition
11/7/2012

Location
Madilyn Clark Studios
10852 Burbank Blvd
N. Hollywood, CA 91607

Time(s)
Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
10 AM - 2 PM
  • EPA Rules are in effect.
  • A monitor will be provided.

Contract
SPT
SPT-3 Weekly Minimum $282

Seeking
See Breakdown

Preparation
Sides are posted on Showfax/Sides Express. Free for any Actor (or their Agent) already on Actors' Access.

If the above options are unavailable to you, email:westernauditions@actorsequity.org
A pdf will be emailed to you.

Other Dates
Callbacks: 11/12/12

Rehearsals start: Jan. 2
Opens: Jan. 25
Runs through: Feb. 17

Personnel
Allison Bibicoff (Director)
caryn desai (Artistic Director/Producer)
Michael Donovan, CSA (Casting Director)

Adapted for the stage by Mark Brown


Breakdown
IMPORTANT: The roles of Actor #1, Actor #2, Actor #3 and Actor #4 require facile comic actors, able to change from one distinct character to another in seconds, with little-to-no help from costumes or make up.

SEEKING:

Actor #1 (Male, all ethnicities): Plays 15 + characters from 30s-50s. Requires a brilliantly inventive comic actor who is great with dialects.

Actor #2 (Male, all ethnicities): Plays several characters in late 20s-50s. Primarily plays Detective Fix: A comic and inept Sherlock Holmes type. The perfect straight man for Passepartout (Actor #3). Several dialects.

Actor #3 (Male, all ethnicities): Primarily plays Passepartout: 30s. French dialect. Fogg’s comedic, idealistic and enthusiastic manservant/sidekick. He has the comic charm of Inspector Clouseau.

Actor #4 (Female, all ethnicities, but ideally a woman of color) mid 20s-mid 30s. Primarily plays Aouda: Indian princess, docile and endearing damsel in distress, rescued from imminent death. Also plays 3 other roles with 3 different dialects.

Actor #5: (Male, Caucasian) Phileas Fogg, late 30s/40s. English. Cool. Calm. Intelligent. Stalwart. A true gentleman. Unflappable and precise, he rarely cracks a smile or expresses frustration in the face of typhoons, wild Indians or love. (This actor only plays one character.)


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