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CAPITAL REPERTORY THEATRE 2013-14 SEASON **Correction** - Capital Repertory Theatre Auditions

Posted: June 25, 2013

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Capital Repertory Theatre 2013-14 Season -NYC EPA

Capital Repertory Theatre|Albany, NY

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Equity Principal Auditions

Friday, July 12, 2013
9:30 AM — 5:30 PM
Lunch 1 -2

LORT Non-Rep
$583/week minimum

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

Equity actors and singing actors, men and women, for the 2013-14 season.

see breakdown

Prepare either:
1) a dramatic or comic contemporary monologue of choice; OR
2) prepare 16 bars of a Broadway song and a 1 minute monologue; OR
3) if only singing, prepare a brief Broadway song

Bring sheet music in correct key; accompanist provided.
Bring picture and resume, stapled together.

Other Dates
Local Albany EPA to be held 8/5/13, 10am to 6p, at the Capital Rep,
(Another EPA for GYPSY in Albany on 12/5 as well. Notice will be posted later this fall.)

Producing Artistic Director: Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill
Chief Administrative Officer: Philip Morris
NY Casting Director: Stephanie Klapper
· 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.


2013-14 Season

by David Ives.
Directed by: Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill
1st rehearsal: 09/03/2013. Runs: 10/02 – 10/20/13

Thomas, a playwright and director, struggling to cast the perfect actress is shocked when a girl who seems all wrong turns out to be just the women he needs.

Male: Thomas Novachek, 30s, Highly intelligent, articulate, attractive and arrogant. A talented writer and director, Thomas is charming but without the depth that comes from tragedy and empathy. Has got to be comfortable exploring sexuality and sexual role play.

Female: Vanda Jordan: 20s-30s, seductive actress with a secret. Highly charged and sexual, bordering on erotic. Comfortable in her body. Crass and brilliant. A chameleon. Bronx to high status English accent. Must be at ease with sexuality, changing sexual roles. Brave.


Adapted by Patrick Barlow - inspired by the story of Charles Dickens.
Director: Michael Bush
1st rehearsal: 10/29/2013. Runs: 11/22 – 12/22/13

Five ethnically diverse actors bring Victorian London to life in this new retelling of the Dickens’ classic by the author of The 39 Steps. Funny and heartfelt, actors play all the Dickens characters, make the sound effects and create inanimate objects like ticking clocks and crackling fires. Not a musical, but all actors have to be able to sing (for carolers). Seeking actors who play instruments: guitar, trumpet, tuba/French horn, clarinet, flute, etc. All actors need to be physically agile and possess a command of a variety of accents.

Actor Two Late 20s-40, to play Bob Cratchit, Marley, Young Scrooge, hand puppets, others as cast. Cockney, Upper Class English.

Actor Five:
Male. 30s-50, to play Frederick, Mr. Fezziwig, Cratchit Children and others. Upper class English, Northern English, Irish, Cockney.

Actor Three: 20s-40, to play Fanny, Spirit of Christmas Present and others. Upper class English, Cockney, Irish.

Actor Four: 30s-40s, to play Spirit of Christmas Past, Mrs. Cratchit and others.
Upper class English, Cockney.

(The role of Actor One – who plays SCROOGE -- is cast)


Director: Nicholas Mangano
1st rehearsal: 12/26/2013. Runs: 1/17 – 2/09/14

April 3, 1968: the Night before his assassination, Martin Luther King, Jr. is visited by a mysterious maid in his famous Lorraine Motel room. King is forced to confront his past and the future.

Male, Martin Luther King, Jr. 39, African American. Charismatic, intelligent, passionate, funny and extremely human. Actor needs to create a multi-faceted portrayal, bringing to mind the great orator without mimicking.

Female: Camae: 20s-early 30s. African American. Smart, sassy, intelligent and knowing. Playful and unpredictable. This woman is much more than she seems.


Book by Arthur Laurents/Music by Jule Styne/Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill
1st rehearsal: 02/18/13. Runs: 03/14-04/06

Rags to riches story of Burlesque queen, Gypsy Rose Lee. Follow the fame-hungry Mama Rose and daughter Louise, who rises amid the fading lights of vaudeville to become a great star. One of the best scores of all time, including, “Small World,” “Some People,” “Wherever We Go,” “Let Me Entertain You,’ and “Everything’s Coming Up Roses.”

Seeking AEA roles::
Females :
June and as cast
Electra and as cast
Tessie Tura and as cast
Mazeppa / Miss Cratchitt

Mr. Goldstone/Georgie/ Bougeron-Cochon
Uncle Jocko/ Pastey and as cast


By Suzanne Bradbeer
Directed by: Kristin Coury
Rolling world premiere at Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, FL in Jan and Capital Rep in May
1st rehearsal for first run: 12/27; Runs: 1/16-2/09
1st rehearsal for second run: 4/15; Runs: 5/2-5/25

Actors must be available for both runs.

Tom, a respected moderate Republican Senator, is approached to be the Vice Presidential running mate for the Republican right-wing Christian Presidential candidate. Trouble is, Tom isn’t a believer and thinks religion and politics should never mix. Tom finds himself caught in a moral tug of war between, Matt, his friend and the campaign’s representative and his devout wife, Lisa, who insists that he must stay true to himself or risk losing their marriage.

Male, Tom, 45. Charismatic, Annapolis grad and war vet, reasonable, smart and politically astute. Attractive and we can imagine that he will be President one day. Caring, paternal but sexy. Still shaken by the death of his younger, gay brother the year before. In many ways, the perfect candidate. Romney with soul.

Male, Matt, 40. Smart, savvy campaign representative for right-wing Republican Presidential candidate. He’s a witty, diplomatic, attractive, successful, closeted gay man, who loved Tom’s brother but loved politics more. He hasn’t taken time to reflect on his isolation from his inner self, until now.

Female: Lisa, 40. Attractive, winning, sexy, a professional political wife. She loves and is in love with her husband. Devout Christian with a great heart who suffers no fools. Recognizes manipulative behavior instantly – a veteran of the campaign trail. Not afraid to speak her mind in private, but knows how the political game is played. Places high value on telling the truth.

In addition to these plays, Capital Rep will be seeking actors to participate in NEXT ACT, a three-day play summit dedicated to new work. Next Act takes place November 2, 3, and 4. The summit will include readings of 2 plays and 1 musical. Titles will be announced right after Labor Day.

Theatre mailing address:
PO Box 1985, Albany, NY 12201

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