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AS YOU LIKE IT - Baltimore Centerstage Auditions

Posted: October 14, 2015

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AS YOU LIKE IT - NYC Appointments

Baltimore Centerstage | Baltimore, MD



Send To
submission.mccorklecasting@gmail.com
EMAIL picture and resume
to above email address
. NY .

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
B; $836/week current min

Seeking
NYC auditions to be held on an 10/28-10/30, by appointment only.

Seeking submissions from AEA members only via this posting.
AEA members must submit themselves directly in order to be considered (no agent submissions).

See breakdown.

Other Dates
1st REH: 12/15/15. 1 Preview 1/15/16
Opens: 1/22/ Closes: 2/14/16

For consideration, email picture and resume ASAP.

Personnel
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Kwame Kwei-Armah
DIRECTOR: Wendy Goldberg
PLAYWRIGHT: William Shakespeare
CASTING DIRECTOR: Pat McCorkle
CASTING ASSOCIATE: Katja Zarolinski
CASTING ASSISTANT: Rachel Goldman

Other
Mark submissions: AS YOU LIKE IT / NYC APPT / AEA SELF SUBMISSION

This is an ALL FEMALE cast.


Breakdown

Shakespeare’s crowd-pleasing comedy takes Center Stage by way of a new production that turns the Elizabethan tradition of all-male casts on its head. Performed by an all-female company of actors, As You Like It tells the story of lovers Rosalind and Orlando who, when forced to flee into the Forest of Arden, become ensnared in a game of romance and mistaken identity. Frenzied and beguiling, in As You Like It all the world’s a stage as understandings of love, gender roles, nature, and politics are up for grabs. Join us as we journey deep into the fertile Forest of Arden and explore this beloved comedy in a whole new light.

SEEKING and ALL FEMALE CAST:

Orlando
FEMALE. The "younger brother" who plays like a troubled teen, but he's also a hopeless romantic. Actor should posses a sense of wonder, should also be in the 20's or early 30's like Celia and Rosalind

Adam/Duke Senior
FEMALE. This will be a doubled role, but we should focus on someone who can read older--. Should be an affable sort, as Duke Senior is one of the most positive characters in the play. Also loyal, steady and rock solid as a protector and

Oliver
FEMALE. Should read slightly older than Orlando. Cunning and edgy, a would be murderer-- controlling. Actor should read late 30's, early 40's.

Duke Frederick/Corin
FEMALE. Late 30's /40's, -- Spiteful, Petty, Actor should have some edge

Jaques
FEMALE. The King (or queen in our case) of Melancholy--Brilliant Philosopher. 30's, 40's. Someone who is respected.

Rosalind
FEMALE. Brave, Edgy and Strong, as well as a true romantic. Actor should be in her 20's, early 30's.

Celia
FEMALE. More reserved than Rosalind, goes along a bit for the ride, but falls in love along the way. Actor should be in her 20's, early 30's


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