BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS - Maltz Jupiter Theatre Auditions

Posted: September 30, 2019

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BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS - NYC Appointments

Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Inc.

APPOINTMENTS

NYC Appointment Only Auditions: 10/14-10/16

CONTRACT

LORT Non-Rep $1033/week

SEEKING

Submissions from AEA Actors for the roles of Eugene and Stanley. See breakdown.

INSTRUCTIONS

For consideration, mail picture and resume asap. Deadline for receipt is 10/14
Deadline: Mon, Oct 14, 2019

SUBMIT TO

Bob Clinere: BBM
2214 Frederick Douglass- suite 327
New York, NY 10026

PERSONNEL

Artistic Director : Andrew Kato
Director: J. Barry Lewis
Written by Neil Simon
Casting: Bob Cline

OTHER DATES

First rehearsal: 2/4/20
First preview: 2/23/20
Opening: 2/27/20
Closing: 3/8/20

OTHER

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

BREAKDOWN

NOTE: All characters speak with a heavy Brooklyn accent. All need to have a strong sense of comedy.

EUGENE MORRIS JEROME
Actor 18+ to play 15. A normal 15-year-old boy who has recently discovered girls in a BIG way. He is obsessed with the female anatomy, which he’s never seen, and his other love of baseball. He wants to be a baseball player, but if that does not work out, he’ll settle for being a writer. He keeps a detailed journal of his family’s eccentricities. Eugene is concerned for his family, especially his overworked father, but complains about their demands on him. The play revolves around his memoirs, which are those of the young Neil Simon. Needs to have an excellent sense of comic timing. He is our narrator, personable, charming with all the difficulties of being a kid growing up in Brooklyn, New York in 1937.

STANLEY JEROME
18-21 years old – He is the older brother of Eugene. Due to financial reasons, must work a factory job, which he hates. He tries to temper Eugene’s passions while attempting to please his parents, but he struggles with feelings of being trapped. Somewhat of a hotheaded street kid wanting more than anything to be seen as an adult.



Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

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