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ARVADA CENTER 2014 NON-MUSICAL SEASON - Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Auditions

Posted: September 25, 2013

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Arvada Center 2014 Non-Musical Season - EPA

Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities|Arvada, CO

Date of Audition:
10/8/2013



Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Lunch 1 to 2

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
B and D; $788 and $583/week minimums

Location
Actors' Equity Association Audition Center
165 West 46th Street
16th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Seeking
Equity actors for the 2014 Non-Musical Season.

see breakdown.

Preparation
Please prepare monologue in the style and period of the piece /role you are interested in. Bring a photo and resume.

Other
An EPA for the Musical Season has already been held over the Summer

Personnel
Artistic Producer: Rod A Lansberry
Casting: Wojcik/ Seay Casting
· 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.

Breakdown

END OF THE RAINBOW
LORT B
Director: Rod A Lansberry
Musical Staging: Alan Bennett
Rehearsals: 3/4/14
Opens: 3/25/14
Closes: 4/13/14

Judy Garland
(mid 40s to early 50s) Seeking a strong actress-singer/singer-actress who can credibly play the Judy Garland and accurately portray Judy Garland through her songs and emotional highs and lows. Thin and looks older. This is not to be an impersonation but should be able to sing in the Garland style. Must able to portray the manic periods of Garlands life as well as the highs.

Mickey Deans
(early 30’s) Tall and physically imposing. Handsome and domineering. Charming but can be argumentative and physical. Definitely has a selfish dark side.

Anthony
(late 40’s to early 50’s) English or Scottish. Gay and soft spoken with a clever edge. Gentle and caring with an inner strength. Ethical and honest. Skilled pianist. Must be able to accompany Garland in short sections.

BBC Man / Hotel Porter / ASM
(30’s – early 40’s) Strong character actor able to play various types.

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MOUSETRAP
LORT D
Director: Pat Payne
Rehearsals: 1/7/14
Opens: 1/28/14
Closes: 2/23/14

Mollie Ralston
(mid 20's-mid 30's) Proprietor of Monkswell Manor, and wife of Giles. Very excited, but nervous for her and her Husbands new business venture.

Giles Ralston
(30's) Husband of Mollie who runs Monkswell Manor with his wife. Loves Mollie very much, is excited about his new business venture, but does realize they are amateurs in the hotel business.

Christopher Wren
(mid 20's- 30's)The first guest to arrive at the hotel, Wren is a hyperactive young man who acts in a very peculiar manner. He admits he is running away from something, but refuses to say what. Wren claims to have been named after the architect of the same name by his parents.

Mrs Boyle
(60-75) A critical older woman who is pleased by nothing she observes. She is never happy about anything and has no problem making that perfectly clear.

Major Metcalf
(40-60) Retired from the army, little is known about Major Metcalf. A Nice gentleman who in many ways keeps to himself.

Miss Casewell
(30's-40's) A strange, aloof, masculine woman who speaks offhandedly about the horrific experiences of her childhood.

Mr Paravicini
(indeterminable age) A man of unknown provenance, who turns up claiming his car has overturned in a snowdrift. He appears to be affecting a foreign accent and artificially aged with make-up, or is it? A strange man who enjoys being the center of attention and playing jokes on others for his amusement.

Detective Sergeant Trotter
(mid 20's- 30's) A policeman who arrives in a snow storm saying he has come to protect the guests from the murderer. While appearing young, he does take his job quite seriously.

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THE GREAT GATSBY
LORT D
Director: Gavin Mayer
Rehearsals: 4/8/14
Opens: 4/29/14
Closes: 5/25/14

Jay Gatsby
Early 30’s – lives an extravagant life that he finances with the money he has earned by illegal means. He likes showing off and always throws big parties at his mansion. Believes his only possible chance to get Daisy back is being rich. Trying to get his love back is the only thing he lives for. Little by little he loses his sense of reality completely. He is a dreamer, but to complete his dream of living a perfect life he has to reunite with Daisy.

Nick Carraway
30 years old - he is tolerant, open-minded, quiet, and a good listener, and, as a result, others tend to talk to him and tell him their secrets. He is trusted and treated as a confidant. With his Midwestern sensibility he finds the East an unsettling place, and he becomes disillusioned with how wealthy socialites lead their lives.

Daisy Buchanan
Early – mid 20’s - Daisy is a woman who likes to play with men she loves to exaggerate and extemporize. She fascinates most men and she enjoys being the center of attention. She also hopes to be liked and popular among the men around her. She wants to impress them. She enraptures men with her transparent nature and has a strong desire for love. She has learned to think only of herself whether other people get hurt or not.

Tom Buchanan
Early 30’s –'The Athlete' and 'The Polo-Player'. He is seen as an idol. Good-looking, sporty and though guy who has verifiable 'physical accomplishments'. He is a sturdy, muscular man with 'arrogant eyes'. He commands attention through his boisterous and outspoken behavior. He comes from an old social and immensely wealthy family. He is very egoistic and has a high opinion and violent tendencies.

Jordan Baker
Early – mid 20’s - Jordan is the young, single woman of wealth, admired by men wherever she goes. She is savvy and comes off as somewhat shallow in her approach to life. Being a famous professional golf player, she represents the new type of woman in the 20s. She is harsh, self-sufficient and does not need a man to help and guide her through life. Jordan is a very sportive and also masculine woman with an erect carriage. She always wants to win whatever it takes.

Myrtle Wilson
Mid- 30’s- Myrtle is a representative of the lower class who longs to gain entrée into the world of the elite by having an affair with Tom wherein she exhibits all the power and dominance she finds lacking in her everyday life. She eventually suffers a tragic end at the hands of her lover's wife. Myrtle would rather be treated like a dog by someone who has money instead of being cared for by someone who has no money.

George Wilson
Mid-Late 30’s- Myrtle's unassuming husband. 'a blond, spiritless man' who is faintly handsome and pale. His only hope for starting a new and better life somewhere else. Wilson is 'so dumb he doesn’t know he’s alive'. He runs a garage and and seems trapped by his position in life

Meyer Wolfsheim
50-60’s- Wolfsheim seems to have a dark past. A professional gambler, Wolfshiem is attributed with fixing the 1919 World Series. Wolfshiem helped build Gatsby's fortune, although the wealth came through questionable means.

Lucille McKee/Mrs. Michaelis
McKee – Neighbor of Myrtle in NYC, silly and vapid. Michaelis- George Wilson's restaurateur neighbor who comforts Wilson after Myrtle is killed. One of the few charitable

Chester McKee/ Waiter/Cop McKee
Artist, effeminate and snobby.

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