CAROLINE, OR CHANGE - Roundabout Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: August 21, 2019

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CAROLINE, OR CHANGE - NYC EPA

Roundabout Theatre Company

AUDITION DATE
Fri, Sep 06, 2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (EDT)
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30

CONTRACT
LORT Non-Rep LORT A+. Salary: $1,592/week.

SEEKING
Equity actor/singers for various roles.

SM positions may be available. See separate notice on Casting Call for submission info.

PREPARATION
Please bring sheet music for a short contemporary musical theatre song of your choice. Bring picture and resume.

LOCATION
Ripley-Grier Studios (520)
520 8th Ave
New York, NY 10018-6507
Studio 16L. Check lobby upon arrival for any changes.

PERSONNEL
Tony Kushner, book and lyrics; Jeanine Tesori, music; Michael Longhurst, director; Ann Yee, Choreographer; Nigel Lilley, Music Director; Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel, Carrie Gardner, casting

One of the following will be in attendance: Carrie Gardner (Senior Casting Director), Stephen Kopel (Casting Director), Jillian Cimini (Casting Director), Maureen Kelleher (Casting Assistant)

OTHER DATES
First Rehearsal 2/3/20; First Performance 3/13/20; Opening 4/7/20; Max Run 8/9/20. Studio 54,

OTHER
EPA Procedures are in effect for audition.
An Equity monitor will be provided.
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 attend every audition.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

BREAKDOWN
CAST
CAROLINE THIBODEAUX – SHARON D CLARKE

SEEKING THE FOLLOWING. ALL ROLES WILL BE UNDERSTUDIED:
Washing Machine
Black Female, 20-50. Part narrator, part friend, and part subconscious to Caroline and her story. E5-G3
The Radio
Black Female, 20-50. Played by three women. Part narrator, part friend, and part subconscious to Caroline and her story.
The Moon
Black Female, 20-50. Part narrator, part friend, and part subconscious to Caroline and her story. A5-B3.
The Bus/The Dryer
Black Male, 20-50. Part narrator, part friend, and part subconscious to Caroline and her story. B5-G3.
Noah Gellman
Caucasian Male, 8-10. The son of Caroline's employer, Stuart Gellman. Shy & forgetful. Looks to Caroline for comfort and distraction. E5-G3
Rose Stopnick Gellman
Caucasian Female, 35-45. An old friend of the Gellman's and Stuart's new wife. She has recently moved to the South. E5-G3.
Stuart Gellman
Caucasian Male, 30-40. Noah's father and Rose's new husband. He is also Caroline's employer. He has trouble connecting to his son and new wife. G5-B3
Emmie Thibodeaux
Black Female, 16-18. Caroline's only daughter and the second of four children. Observant, rebellious, outspoken. F5-F3.
Jackie Thibodeaux
Black Male, 9-12. Caroline's son. Though he is older than Joe, he is more sweet and naïve. D5-A3.
Joe Thibodeaux
Black Male, 8-11. Caroline's son. Though he is the baby of the family, he is outspoken and skeptical. D5-B3.
Dotty Moffett
Black Female, 40’s. Caroline's high-spirited friend and fellow maid. A drinker and smoker, she is routinely admonished by Caroline for her behavior. D5-F3.
Grandma Gellman
Caucasian Female, 55-65. Stuart's mother and Noah's grandmother. She is concerned for her son's melancholy and an admirer of his new wife. E5-G3
Grandpa Gellman
Caucasian Male, 60-70. Stuart's father and Noah's grandfather. He is aloof to the changes occurring in the South. E5-G3.
Mr. Stopnick
Caucasian Male, 60-75. Rose's father from New York City. A politically progressive man with dissenting opinions. E5-F3.

THE FOLLOWING ROLES ARE CAST BUT WLL BE UNDERSTUDIED. UNDERSTUDY TRACKING TBD.

Caroline Thibodeaux
Black Female, 40-50. Works as a maid to the Gellman family. She is a divorcee with four children. Bitter and tired, but devoted. Deeply resistant to change in the world. E5-E3
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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 audition.

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