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CENTER THEATRE GROUP 2014-15 SEASON - Center Theatre Group Auditions

Posted: September 17, 2014

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Center Theatre Group 2014-15 Season - EPA

Center Theatre Group | Los Angeles, CA

Date of Audition:

Call Type
Equity Principal

Monday, September 29, 2014
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch break1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sign up begins at9:00 AM

LORT Non-Rep
LORT A(Taper) Min $935/wk, D(Douglas) Min $600/wk

Music Center Annex
601 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Parking @Music Center garage on Grand Ave ($8/day) or street parking.


3 minutes total- strict time limit
2 short (1min) contrasting CONTEMPORARY monologues or 1 (2min) monologue; preferably from a published play (NO original compositions) No classical monologues. MUST bring Picture and Resume, stapled together.

Other Dates
See breakdown for details.

All stage management positions are currently filled.

Mark Simon: Casting Director
Meg Fister: Casting Associate
· EPA Rules are in effect.
· A monitor will be provided.

EPA rules in effect. Sign up begins at9:00 AM.
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


If you are unable to attend this audition, actors and stage managers may send their photo and/or resume to:

601 W. Temple St. Los Angeles, CA 90012

Acting resumes should be sent to the Casting Department's attention.

Stage managers should be sent to the Human Resources Department's attention.


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Directed by: Garry Hynes
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Directed by: Phylicia Rashad
March 24 - June 7, 2015

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Directed by: Moises Kaufman
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Written by: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Directed by: Eric Ting
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Directed by: Les Waters
November 3, 2015 - January 10, 2016

MARK TAPER FORUM 2015 Season (All roles are understudied)

Walter Franz: Caucasian man in his 50s. Walter is the successful older brother who has been absent for years. Walter is smart, successful and commanding.
Victor Franz: Caucasian man in his mid 40s – early 50s. Victor is a police sergeant who is eligible for his retirement. He is smart, non-confrontational, responsible and unhappy with the life he settled with.
Esther Franz: Cast
Gregory Soloman: Cast

Evy: Late 30s, the eldest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Bryant. Self-appointed matriarch (and patriarch) of the Bryant clan since the passing of both parents. Religious, opinionated.
Tony: Mid 20s, the baby of the Bryant clan. Handome, energetic, a bit immature, but loyal.
Nina: Early 30s, Jesse's best friend. The Bryant's "play sister" with a wild sense of humor and style.
Jesse: Early 30s, the middle child. Still searching for what he wants. More like his siblings than he would care to admit.
Ronnie: Late 30s, the product of an extra-marital affair between Rev. Bryant and Ronnie's mother. She is technically the oldest Bryant sibling, having been born 6 months before Evy, but revealed to them all when she was much older. A painter, Ronnie has spent most of her life living in Brussels with her mother.
Kristian: Early 30s male, Jesse's partner. Swedish, but has been living in America for several years now. Kind, open-hearted. A photographer.

Max: Late 30.: His life is slipping by him. He is eccentric, a bon-vivant, who is dependent on his family for money. He is a survivor, resourceful, who always lands on his feet.
Horst: Late 20s – early 30: Thin man with the biggest heart, vulnerable, soulful and emotionally raw.
Rudy: Mid 20s: He is a dancer and should have the physical look of a dancer and the movements of someone who lives in their body.
Freddy: 60s+: Max's uncle. He is effeminate, he is someone you would question their sexual orientation.
Wolf: 20s – 30s: Beautiful specimen of a man, ideals of Hitler’s youth.
Greta: 40s+. Mysterious, wise, transgender male bar owner.

Antoinette "Toni" Lafayette: Late 40s - early 50s, woman. Toni is the eldest Lafayette sibbling who resents her younger brothers for their limited participation in caring for their dying father.
Rhys Thurston: Late teens, young man. Rhys is Toni's son and only child. He is a quiet observer.
Beauregarde "Bo" Lafayette: Late 40s- early 50s, man. Bo is the middle child, financially supported his father for the past few years. He is practical, business-like and frustrated with his sister's martyr attitude and brother's absence.
Rachael Kramer-Lafayette: Late 40s, woman. Rachael is married to Bo and does not feel connected or interested in being a part of the Lafayette family.
Francois "Franz/Frank" Lafayette: Late 30s - early 40s, man. Frank is the youngest Lafayette sibling who has been missing from the family for several years.
River Rayner: Early 20s, woman. River is Frank's fiancee.
Cassidy "Cassie" Kramer-Lafayette: Early teens, young woman. Cassie is the oldest child of Bo and Rachael. She is a bit quirky and walks to the beat of her own drummer.
Ainsley Kramer-Lafayette: Male, child. He is the youngest child of Bo and Rachael.

Paul: Mid 40s - Late 50s, pastor at a large christian church. He is kind, thoughtful and very sincere.
Elizabeth: 40s, wife of the pastor and christian women's leader at the church.
Joshua: 30s, the associate pastor at the church. Carismatic and entergetic.
Jay: Late 60s+. He is the church elder.
Jenny: Late 30s - early 40s. She is the a mother and church member.

KIRK DOUGLAS THEATRE 2014-2015 Season (No Understudies)

Original Chicago cast (7 roles)

6 out of 7 actors cast
Woman 1: Late 20s hispanic woman with great movement and lyrical skills

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