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Posted: March 28, 2019

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Combined LORT Auditions (Geva, ASF, Northern Stage) - NYC EPA
Various Producers


Fri, Apr 12, 2019
9:30 am - 5:30 pm (EDT)


LORT Non-Rep Various LORT Contracts.


Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in the upcoming seasons for the following 3 theatres:

Geva Theatre Center (Rochester, NY);
Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Montgomery, AL);
Northern Stage (White River Junction, VT)

See breakdowns for each theatres' information.

There are some SM positions available for the theatres.


Prepare a monologue, OR a song OR both: TOTALLING no more than TWO minutes. Bring 3 pictures and resumes.


Actors' Equity New York Audition Center
165 W 46th St
16th Fl
New York, NY 10036


Personnel in attendance for the EPA will be Casting Director Paul Fouquet and Casting Associate Karie Koppel.


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.


Alabama Shakespeare Festival 2019-20 Season
LORT C and D
address: 1 Festival Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117,
Artistic Director: Rick Dildine.
Accepting Stage Management Applications. Please contact Ahkim Church, Production Manager (

2019-20 season

Written by: Dominique Morisseau
Directed by: TBD
Contract Dates: September 24th – October 20th, 2019
LORT D Contract
Nya: Black woman, mid-late 30s.
Single mother. Public high school teacher. Trying to raise her teenage son on her own with much difficulty. A good teacher inspiring her students in a stressed environment. A struggling parent doing her damnedest. Strong but burning out. Smoker. Sometimes drinker. Holding together by a thread.
Omari: Black man, late teens.
Nya’s son. Smart and astute. Rage without release. Tender and honest at his core. Something profoundly sensitive amidst the anger. Wrestling with his identity between private school education and being from a so-called urban community.
Jasmine: Black or Latina woman, late teens.
Sensitive and tough. A sharp bite, a soft smile. Profoundly aware of herself and her environment. Attends upstate private school but from a so-called urban environment. IN touch with the poetry of her own language.
Xavier: Black man, mid-late 30s.
Nya’s ex-husband. Omari’s father. Single father. Struggling to connect to his own son. Marketing executive. Wounded relationship with his ex-wife. Financially stable. Emotionally impoverished.
Laurie: White woman, 50s.
Pistol of a woman. Teaches in public high school and can hold her own against the tough students and the stressed environment. Doesn’t bite her tongue. A don’t-screw-with-me chick.
Dun: Black man, early-mid 30s.
Public high school security guard. Fit and optimistic. Charismatic with women. Genuine and thoughtful and trying to be a gentleman in a stressed environment. It’s not easy.

White Christmas

Music & Lyrics by: Irving Berlin
Book by: David Ives & Paul Blake
Directed by: TBD
Contract Dates: October 29th – December 29th, 2019
LORT C Contract
Bob Wallace: Male, Late 20’s- Mid 30’s
A major singing star, Bob is the guiding force behind the song and dance team of Wallace and Davis. He wears his fame easily and is a born leader, but has some trouble with social and romantic interactions. Despite his occasional gruffness, he is deeply kind and principled man who is searching for his true love. A superb singer with a crooning style who moves very well. Baritone
Phil Davis: Male, Late 20’s-Early 30’s
The fun-loving, go –getting song-and-dance partner of the team if Wallace and Davis. An irrepressible clown, operator and incorrigible ladies’ man who is determined to see his friend happy, even if it requires scheming and outright deception. He has boyish charm and sex appeal. Strong jazz and tap-dancing needed. A song and dance comic performer. Bari-Tenor.
Betty Haynes: Female, Mid-Late 20’s
The sensible, responsible half of the upcoming song-and-dance team, The Haynes Sisters. Destined to be a star in her own right, she is nonetheless hesitant to take the spotlight for herself. A woman of decent, upstanding principles, she is devoted to her younger sister. Like Bob she hides her yearning for true love under the protective shell. A female singer of quiet beauty and charm with rich chest mix sound and a soprano extension. Must move well.
Judy Haynes: Female, Early 20’s
The younger, more ambitious, slightly scheming Haynes sister. While wholesome and adorable she is sexy and flirty-a winning charmer whom no man can resist. Strong jazz and tap dancing needed-a major song-and-dance performer. Chest Mix.
Martha Watson: Female, Late 40’s- Mid 60’s
Once a Broadway star, now the general’s housekeeper at the Inn, Martha has a very dry, wry, wisecracking sense of humor. Bighearted, but completely unsentimental, she runs the General’s life in spite of his protestations. She is an irrepressible meddler, but always for what she believes to be the other guys best interests. A winning, appealing character-comedienne with clarion belt voice.
General Henry Waverly: Male, 50-65
A retired U.S. Army General, adjusting to returning to civilian life in post World War II America. Once a powerful leader now struggles to run an inn in Vermont. He remains a man of great principal and dignity. Beneath his hard, curmudgeon, military exterior, lays a warm compassionate man in need of family and love. Still a handsome, vital man; non-singing role. Any ethnicity

Ezekiel Foster/Mr. Snoring Man: Male, 40-55
Heavy-set comic, character man. Excellent legit baritone. Ezekiel is a Vermont local with dry delivery who is a stagehand for the show and comes to love show business. Mr. Snoring is a passenger on the train to Vermont; vocal feature in the song “Snow.” This track also covers General Waverly. Any ethnicity
RITA AND RHONDA: Mid-Late 20’s
Bob and Phil’s two start chorus girls, they are brash, sexy, and fun, although perhaps not the smartest.
MIKE NULTY: Male, Mid 20’s-Early30’s
Bob and Phil’s stage manager. Has a tendency to be over-dramatic and completely hysterical, but will get things done. Never seen without hos whistle and clipboard, which he uses to attempt to keep order.
TESSIE: Female, Early-Mid 20’s
Bob and Phil’s extremely competent assistant.
JIMMY: Male, Mid-20’s to Early 30’s
The proprietor of “Jimmy’s Back Room,” a none-too-classy nightclub

Comedy of Errors
Written by: William Shakespeare
Directed and Adapted by: Sean Graney
Contract Dates: February 14th – March 29th, 2020
LORT D Contract
Everyone: 4 Men, 2 Women. Any ethnicity, extremely funny, want to play and explore. Love to fail and have fun. Everyone plays multiple characters. There will be very fast quick-changes. Definitely an ensemble piece.
Actor 1: Antipholus of Syracuse, Antipholus of Ephesus, Egeon:
Leading Male, any ethnicity. Late 20's-Early 40's.
Actor 2: Dromio of Syracuse, Dromio of Ephesus, Emelia, the Abbess:
Male, Any ethnicity. Late 20's-Early 40's. Quick-witted. (Reads same age as Actor 1).
Actor 3: Adriana, Boatswain, Angry Merchantess:
Leading Woman, any ethnicity. Late 20's-Early 40's.
Actor 4: Luciana, Luce, Towncrier, Executioner:
Funniest woman ever. Any ethnicity. Late 20's-Early 40's.
Actor 5: The Duke, Balthazar, Officer, Jailor:
Male. Any Age, Any ethnicity. Must bring many ideas to fill out small roles.
Actor 6: Angelo, Dr. Pinch, Courtesan, Guard:
Male, 50's, Any ethnicity. Willing to go really far in very theatrical roles.

Written by: William Shakespeare
Director: TBD
Contract Dates: February 10th – March 29th, 2020
LORT C Contract
Macbeth – Male, any ethnicity, 35-45.
Macbeth is a brave soldier and a powerful man, but he is not a virtuous one. Easily tempted into murder to fulfill his ambitions to the throne, and once he commits his first crime and is crowned King of Scotland, he embarks on further atrocities with increasing ease. Ultimately, Macbeth proves himself better suited to the battlefield than to political intrigue, because he lacks the skills necessary to rule without being a tyrant. His response to every problem is violence and murder. Macbeth is never comfortable in his role as a criminal. He is unable to bear the psychological consequences of his atrocities.
Lady Macbeth – Female, any ethnicity, 35-45.
Macbeth’s wife, a deeply ambitious woman who lusts for power and position. Strong and ruthless. After the bloodshed begins, however, Lady Macbeth falls victim to guilt and madness to an even greater degree than her husband. Her conscience affects her to such an extent that she eventually commits suicide. Deeply in love with Macbeth; very sexual being.
The Three Witches – Any gender, any ethnicity, 25-60.
Mischief-makers. Of the cosmos. Take perverse delight in using their knowledge to toy with and destroy human beings. Strong vocal, physical actors.
Banquo – Male, any ethnicity, 35-45.
The brave, noble general whose children, according to the witches’ prophecy, will inherit the Scottish throne. Thinks ambitious thoughts, but he does not translate those thoughts into action.
King Duncan – Male, any ethnicity, 60-70.
The good King of Scotland whom Macbeth, in his ambition for the crown, murders. Duncan is the model of a virtuous, benevolent, and farsighted ruler.
Macduff – Male, any ethnicity, 35-45.
A Scottish nobleman hostile to Macbeth’s kingship from the start. Vengeful.
Malcolm – Male, any ethnicity, 20-30.
The son of Duncan, whose restoration to the throne signals Scotland’s return to order following Macbeth’s reign of terror. At times weak and uncertain of his own power.
Hecate – Any gender, any ethnicity, 30-60.
The goddess of witchcraft, who helps the three witches work their mischief on Macbeth.
Fleance – Male, any ethnicity, 9-13.
Banquo’s son, who survives Macbeth’s attempt to murder him.
Lennox – Male, any ethnicity, 35-50.
A Scottish nobleman.
Ross – Male, any ethnicity, 35-50.
A Scottish nobleman.
The Murderers – Any gender, any ethnicity, 25-35.
A group of ruffians conscripted by Macbeth to murder Banquo, Fleance (whom they fail to kill), and Macduff’s wife and children.
Porter – Male, any ethnicity, 25-45.
The drunken doorman of Macbeth’s castle.
Lady Macduff – Female, any ethnicity, 35-45.
Macduff’s wife. Loving, motherly.
Donalbain – Male, any ethnicity, 20-25.
Duncan’s son and Malcolm’s younger brother.

Alabama Story
Written by: Kenneth Jones
Director: TBD
Contract Dates: April 2nd, 2020 – May 31st, 2020
LORT D Contract
GARTH WILLIAMS, 40s-60s or older, a white writer and children’s book illustrator. A rangy, versatile, chewy, formidable, protean character actor who can play frisky and intelligent as East Coast-flavored GARTH, a character slightly analogous to the Stage Manager in “Our Town,” but assumes “Southern” demeanor elsewhere. He assumes other roles, including aged, sickly Alabama State Representative BOBBY CRONE, dedicated Montgomery newspaper reporter HERSCHEL WEBB, segregationist columnist HENRY BALCH, a Montgomery RADIO ANNOUNCER and Alabama WHITE PASSERSBY.

LILY WHITFIELD, 32, a white woman from small-town Alabama privilege; genteel Alabama accent. She is sheltered, ashamed, loyal, religious, garrulous, charming, unhappily married, all façade, ready to blossom. A good daughter. A Southern belle whose wounds and regrets are evident under the surface of her charm and chatter. Childhood trauma and family tradition have kept her in a narrow world and she can easily slip into the past, curious about the man who got away. Girlish at the top of the play, but evolved by the end. A faded Juliet, unhappily married, a rueful girl next door seeking to heal a primary wound. Flashback takes her to age eleven.
JOSHUA MOORE, 32, upwardly mobile middle-class African-American man who left Alabama for the Midwest more than a decade ago; purposely subtle and suppressed Alabama accent, which becomes pronounced when agitated. He is aspirational, loyal, kind, worldly, slow to boil, a disciple of Dr. King. Knows his place in the world of the segregated South, but can push against it and be pulled into the past when seeking to heal a primary wound. Happily married, but curious about the girl who got away. A war hero with patience, virtue and a wish to educate, but he has a breaking point. Practical and progressive, with an Atheist leaning. Flashback takes him to age eleven. Think young Sidney Poitier.
SENATOR E.W. HIGGINS, 50s-60s, a white Alabama State Senator; pronounced but not extreme Alabama accent. Swaggering Southern politician committed to tradition at all costs. He owns every room that he’s in, or so he thinks. He is a charmer, a bully, a poisoner, a politician, a victim of the world he grew up in, with a wounded child deep inside. Not a caricature, not a cartoon, knows his world and does his homework. Never wrong and never sorry. Think charismatic George Wallace or Big Daddy in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
EMILY WHEELOCK REED, 50s-60s, a white librarian, the State Librarian of Alabama, born in North Carolina and raised in Indiana; no Southern accent. Formidable. Heroic, without wearing it on her sleeve. The most educated character in the play. Passionate about work. She has no sense of humor, she does not suffer fools, she is all-business. Champion of librarianship and the freedom to read without marching and waving a banner. More introvert than extrovert, dignity of hard work. but can but can more than hold her own when defending her job to the men in power. Doesn’t wear politics on her sleeve. Rarely wrong.
THOMAS FRANKLIN, 28, a white reference librarian, Emily’s assistant, an Alabama native; genteel, educated, pronounced Alabama accent. He is officious, efficient, slightly uncomfortable in his own skin, possibly quirky, a bookworm, very good at his job, deeply protective of his boss, pre-thinks everything. A good son. A slight mystery about him. Gay and closeted. Neutral and objective when conveying information about the state of the Deep South. A grown-up kid who becomes a man. Doesn’t wear politics on his sleeve.
Please avoid stereotype or caricature. These are real people, if slightly heightened; they are not cartoons.

Angels in America – Parts 1 & 2
Written by: Tony Kushner
Director: Rick Dildine
Contract Dates: April 1st – May 31st, 2020
LORT C Contract
Character Breakdowns
Roy Cohn. Male. White / European Descent. 50-60. A successful New York lawyer and unofficial power broker. Ultimately faces disbarment proceedings and is dying of AIDS. Jewish; extremely smart, cunning and tremendously vicious; Roy's hatred and denial of most everything in his life, including his battle with AIDS, isolates him further and further from the community around him; a closeted homosexual, he is full of hate and bile; actor also plays Prior 2 and The Angel Antarctica.
Joe Pitt. Male. White / European Descent. 25-35. Chief Clerk for Justice Theodore Wilson of Federal Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. Mormon; married to Harper, he is an incredibly handsome, Republican lawyer who is deeply closeted; actor also plays Prior 1, The Eskimo, The Mormon Father, The Angel Europa.
Harper Pitt. Female. White / European Descent. 25-35. Joe's wife; an agoraphobic with an addiction to Valium; perpetually fearful, in order to cope with her failing marriage, Harper hallucinates and invents imaginary characters to escape her troubles; actor also plays Martin Heller and The Angel Africanii.
Louis Ironson. Male. White / European Descent. 25-35. Jewish; works as a court clerk in Brooklyn; incredibly intelligent, neurotic, anxious and full of self-loathing and guilt; Louis abandons his lover Prior when Prior reveals he has AIDS; actor also plays The Angel Australia and Sarah Ironson.
Prior Walter. Male. White / European Descent. 25-35. Louis' waspy boyfriend, he works as a club designer/caterer but otherwise lives off of a trust fund; extremely charismatic and bitingly witty, he is also frail, intense and vulnerable; actor also plays The Man in the Park.
Hannah Pitt. Female. White / European Descent. 60-70s. Joe’s opinionated, practically minded mother from Salt Lake City. A devout Mormon, she moves to New York when Joe comes out to her, and her warmth and humanity is revealed when she meets and cares for Prior. Actress also plays Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz, Henry, Ethel Rosenberg, Aleksii Antedilluvianovich Prelapsarianov, and the Angel Asiatica.
Belize. Male. African-American. 25-35. A registered nurse and former drag queen, Belize is Prior’s best friend and Roy's caretaker; extremely stylish with a personality to match, he is all flair; actor also plays Mr. Lies, The Angel Oceania, and the voice of Caleb.
The Angel. Female. Any ethnicity. 30-50s. A divine messenger sent from above to prepare Prior for his mission as a prophet. Terrifying and powerful, she should feel animalistic. Seeking an actress with great vocal prowess. Actress also plays Emily, Sister Ella Chapter, A Homeless Woman, the voice of Orrin, and the voice of The Mother.

Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
New Book by Douglas Carter Beane
Original Book by Oscar Hammerstein II
Director: TBD
Contract Dates: June 9th – August 2nd, 2020
LORT C Contract
Ella: Though no one notices her beneath her rags and quiet demeanor, she is opinionated, charismatic, passionate, beautiful and funny. Idealistic and hopeful, she courageously challenges the prince to change the policies in his kingdom and helps him discover who he truly is. Always her late father’s daughter, she is determined to see the good in everyone despite her hardships and suffering. We see her blossom into a confident woman
Topher: A misguided and lost prince who longs to do something important with his life. Though brave and heroic, he feels lonely and unfulfilled. Charming but NOT a stereotypical ladies man, he is thoughtful, appealing and innocent with an unforced goofy streak. Moral, genuine and kindhearted, he is at a crossroads and must take control of his kingdom and his future.
Jean-Michel: A feisty, passionate peasant determined to make a change for the starving class. Impetuous. A firebrand, but lacks authority and isn’t taken seriously as a revolutionary. Has a crush on Gabrielle, though their courtship is forbidden because they are from different social classes.
Gabrielle: Ella’s stepsister and daughter for Madame. Encouraged by her mother and sister to value material wealth and social status, she unenthusiastically joins them in their abrasive behavior. Quietly passionate, empathetic, and witty, she is drawn to Ella and Jean-Michel. Ironically aware that she doesn’t fit in.
Charlotte: Ella’s stepsister and daughter of Madame. Brash, self-centered, materialistic, snooty, loud, sassy, and bratty, she has a ridiculously high, but unfounded opinion of herself. She never passes up an opportunity to be the center of attention.
Marie: A friend to Ella and the town’s resident crazy lady and beggar woman, Marie is actually a fairy godmother in disguise. Wise, warm, otherworldly and charming. Marie rewards Ella for her kindness by making her dreams a possibility.
Madame: Ella’s selfish stepmother. The epitome of vanity and fashion. A ravenous social climber who values wealth, status, and material possessions above all else. Unapologetically dismissive and sometimes cruel, Madame schemes her way up the social ladder.
Sebastian: The kingdom’s Lord Chancellor. Though he is Topher’s trusted advisor, he is devious and selfish. Using propaganda and dishonesty, he keeps Topher isolated and in the dark about his kingdom. Sebastian rules without regard for the lower class, or anyone other than himself – and truly believes he deserves to rule the kingdom.
Lord Pinkleton: The Lord Chancellor’s right-hand man. Announces royal balls, banquets and even the weather to the villagers.
Ensemble Roles Available. Roles Include: Giant, Fox (Puppet), Raccoon (Puppet), Footman, Coachman, Knights,, Peasants, Serfs, Townspeople, Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court, Servants, etc.

Geva Theatre Center 2019-20 Season

Mailing address: Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14607
LORT B actor minimum through Feb 9, 2020 $941
LORT B actor minimum after Feb 9, 2020: $969
LORT D actor minimum through Feb 9, 2020: $696
LORT D actor minimum after Feb 9, 2020: $717
Seeking Equity actors and singers for various roles in the upcoming 2019-20 Season. See breakdown.
No understudies will be used.
All Stage Management positions have been filled for 2019-20.

La Cage aux Folles
Book by Harvey Fierstein
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Directed by Melissa Rain Anderson
Choreographed by Sam Hay
Music Direction by Don Kot
First Rehearsal: August 13, 2019
Performances: September 3 - October 6 or 13, 2019
Wilson Stage, LORT B
Seeking: Albin, Francis, Jacob, Jean-Michelle, Anne, Mme. Renaud/Mme. Dindon, M. Renaud/M. Dindon, Jacqueline. The role of Georges is cast.

The Niceties
by Eleanor Burgess
Directed by Nicole A. Watson
First Rehearsal: October 1, 2019
Performances: October 22 - November 17, 2019
Wilson Stage, LORT B
Seeking: Janine Bosko, Zoe Reed

By Madhuri Shekar
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
First Rehearsal: October 22, 2019
Performances: November 7 – 24, 2019
Fielding Stage, LORT D
Seeking: Sanam Shah, Ariel Spiegel, Arvind Patel, Dr. Philip Hayes

AChristmas Carol
By Charles Dickens. Adapted by Mark Cuddy, Music and Lyrics by Gregg Coffin
Directed by Mark Cuddy
Music Direction by Don Kot
First Rehearsal: November 12, 2019
Performances: November 27 – December 29, 2019
Wilson Stage, LORT B
All roles are currently cast.

Slow Food
By Wendy Macleod
Directed by Skip Greer
First Rehearsal: December 13, 2019
Performances: January 14 - February 9, 2020
Wilson Stage, LORT B
Seeking: Woman (Irene), Man (Peter), Waiter (Stephen)

Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
Directed by Mark Cuddy
Music Direction by Don Kot
A Co-Production with Syracuse Stage
First Rehearsal: January 28, 2020
Performances in Rochester: February 19 - March 22, 2020
Wilson Stage, LORT B
Performances in Syracuse: April 15 – May 3, 2020
Seeking: Guy, Girl, Eamon, Andrej, Reza, Da, Baruska, Svec, Billy, Emcee, Bank Manager, Ex-Girlfriend

World Premiere

Looks Like Pretty
By Elyzabeth Wilder
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton
First Rehearsal: March 6, 2020
Performances: March 31 – April 26, 2020
Wilson Stage, LORT B
GLORIA late 30’s/early 40’s, African-American, café au lait skin, Smart and self-motivated, Gloria has sacrificed a lot.
CHARLIE early 30’s, Caucasian. Socially awkward and introverted, Charlie wanted to be famous photographer, but right now he’d settle for being a company man.
WALTERS 60’s, Caucasian. A company man who finds himself torn between science and commerce.

Where Do We Sit on the Bus?
Written and Performed by Brian Quijada
Directed by Chay Yew
Performances: April 23 – May 10, 2020
Fielding Stage, LORT D
Role of Brian is currently cast.

By Qui Nguyen
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
First Rehearsal: April 14, 2020
Performances: May 5 – May 31, 2020
Wilson Stage, LORT B

Northern Stage 2019-20

LORT B ($941/week current min), D ($696/week current min)

Artistic Director: Carol Dunne.

Northern Stage Mailing Address and Administration & Production Building
76 Gates Street, White River Junction, VT 05001-7052

STAGE MANAGER INFO: Some SM positions may be available. SMs may submit
Performance Venue: Barrette Center for the Arts
74 Gates Street, White River Junction, VT 05001-7052
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to audition.

2019-20 SEASON

By Bob Stevens
Directed by Carol Dunne
Off-Broadway transfer
First Rehearsal: August 23, 2019
Runs (in NYC): September 7 – September 29, 2019
AEA LORT D/Touring LORT B Minimum plus room and travel
NOTE: All roles in this production have been cast
BURLY MAN: CAST. 40s, road weary tour manager.
SHIRLEY: CAST. Eager teenage fan.

By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Peter Hackett
First rehearsal: September 3, 2019
Runs: September 18 - October 6, 2019
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
Female, 40s-late 50s. Estranged wife of Torvald, mother of three. Left her family 15 years ago after living out the ideal of the 19th-century wife. She is now an author who takes great pride in her success and autonomy. THIS ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.
50s-60s. Estranged husband of Nora, father of three. On the surface, he is measured and reserved. He feels quite deeply, but is unsure of how to express it.
60s. The family nanny who has raised Nora and Torvald’s children as her own. The peacekeeper. She is getting older, but quick-witted, tough, funny. Must have strong comedy.
20s. Nora and Torvald’s daughter. Young and in love, mature. She is perfectly well-adjusted and very smart. She has the drive and wit of her mother, but the conservative values of her father.

by Brenda Withers
Directed by Jess Chayes
First Rehearsal: September 27, 2019
Runs: October 16 – November 3, 2019
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
Female, a young, professional, 30s. Smart, funny, independent, kind of a luddite. Surprised when fear creeps in.
Male, 30’s. Lara's ex-boyfriend. Half-rebel, half-slacker. Smart, dry, into bands, beer, and coffee you've never heard of. Trying to remake himself in the wake of his break-up with Lara.
Lara’s fiancé, male, 30s. Smart, sharp, straightforward. A tech professional with a ten-year plan.
Male, 30’s/40’s. Peter's co-worker. Clever, ambitious, fun. Goes to the gym a lot, but doesn't play sports.

Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
Directed by Maggie Burrows
Music Direction by Kevin Smith
First Rehearsal: November 1, 2019
Run: November 20, 2019 – January 5, 2020
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
Female, 20-29. Aspiring nun turned nanny then mother of the Von Trapp family. Chest mix with strong head voice. Great sense of natural humor, ability to move well. Note if you play guitar.
Male, 35-59. Retired naval officer and proud Austrian. Widower, stern father of seven children. Baritone. Plays guitar.
Female, 30-59. A wealthy widow and suitor to Captain Von Trapp. Legit-mezzo range, A-E below high C.
Male, 40-59. Witty and clever impresario who can be charmingly pushy but ultimately proves himself a loyal friend of the family. Strong character actor with good sense of comedy. Baritone.
Female, 40-59. Strong and authoritative but kind leader of Maria’s abby. Powerful chest and head voice; mezzo or soprano (B-Ab).
Female, 18+to play 16. Oldest of the Von Trapp children, a teen on the verge of womanhood. Courted by Rolph. Chest mix with a head voice (low G-F#). Must be comfortable with dance.
Male, 18+ play 17. Suitor to Liesl, telegram delivery boy, later Nazi soldier. Low tenor. Must be comfortable with dance.
Male, 20-49. A staunch Nazi sympathizer and eventually a leader in the Nazi regime.
Male, 30-59. Distant and efficient butler.
Male, 40-59. A retired Admiral in the Austrian Navy and neighbor of Captain Von Trapp
Male, 14. One of the seven Von Trapp children.
Female, 13. One of the seven Von Trapp children.
Male, 11. One of the seven Von Trapp children.
Female, 10. One of the seven Von Trapp children.
Female, 7. One of the seven Von Trapp children.
Female, 6. Youngest of the seven Von Trapp children.
NOTE: All cast employed acknowledge that they will be working with children in this production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Please note that the Producer has developed a Children’s Care Policy. Compliance with the Northern Stage Children's Care Policy will be mandatory at all times.

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried
First Rehearsal: December 27, 2019 (principals)/December 31, 2019
Run: January 22 – February 9, 2020
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
King Lear: ROLE CAST.
Cordelia: 16-29
Lear's youngest daughter; honest. Truthful and loyal.
Goneril: 35-49
Lear’s ruthless oldest daughter and the wife of the Duke of Albany. Goneril is jealous, treacherous, and amoral. THIS ROLES HAS BEEN CAST.
Regan: 35-49 Lear’s middle daughter and the wife of the Duke of Cornwall. Regan is as ruthless as Goneril and as aggressive in all the same ways.
Fool: 25-50
A brilliant truth teller and Lear’s jester.
Edmund: 30-39
Gloucester's bastard son; sexy; a master manipulator and a brilliant mind.
Edgar: 30-39
Gloucester's oldest and only legitimate son; must have a huge heart; very smart, well educated; has lived a privileged life until he is cast out; the future king. ROLE CAST
Gloucester: 50-79
A nobleman, an earl; unable to see what's in front of him. ROLE CAST
Kent: 30-59
loving, loyal, nobleman; fearlessly serves Lear to the death; speaks the truth, a formidable, moral man.
Albany: 40-50
Goneril's husband; a reasonable and moral man; cautious and ambivalent, he thinks before he acts; he takes a stand.
Cornwall: 40-50
Regan's husband; a brute, fiery, and sadistic man; violent, hungry for power; works well with Regan.
France: 30-45
Marries Cordelia once she has been disinherited; a kind and generous man.
Oswald: 20-60
Goneril's steward; dedicated to Goneril, he enjoys being her accomplice; pensive, sneaky, smart.

By Celeste Jennings
Directed by JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell
First Rehearsal: February 7, 2020
Runs: February 26 – March 15, 2020
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
Poem: “Little Rock, Arkansas”
Very young, naïve. She’s had to learn about hatred and fighting it with goodness opposed to more hatred at a very young age. 14 years old. Still learning how to communicate with others. It’s not that she doesn’t know what to say, she’s just needs a bit more time to get good at articulating. She just wants to be amongst people that maybe already understand her opposed to those that immediately judge her and make ignorant assumptions. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “A Prayer”
She’s 50+. She represents a great aunt, or grandma that prays for A Lady once she leaves for school. Her faith carries her through all of the ups and downs of life. If only everyone could just be happy. People, especially romantic interests, have told her that she’s complicated. She disagrees with this, because her goals are actually very simple. It’s everything else that muddles her paths and causes the complications. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “Just Women”
College student that’s very active in the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. Very confident and powerful, yet she has an innocence about her. Early 20’s. Has recently discovered that her voice is a tool. Is not here for foolishness. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “Just Women”
She’s in her late 40’/50s (not as old as Another Lady. She’s an active member of the Black Panther Party and is over all of it. She just wants what’s best for her and her community and is fed up with discrimination, racism, sexism, etc. She’s not aggressive, but it’s clear that she’s prepared to do all she can to support her vigilant cause. Has been in the midst of bs for too long now. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “How Many”
Old enough to have a daughter that’s 13 years old. This is maybe her youngest daughter. She’s maybe in/around her 40’s. Definitely younger than Another Lady. Like us all, she’s struggling with working on herself. She’s tired of being hurt from love and by love. She can’t figure out if she’s the problem or not but can understand why she would ever be the problem. Love isn’t her ultimate goal, but it sure would nice to have along the way. She isn’t sure if it actually will- if someone will ever truly love her the way she wants. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “Hands”
In her 30’s. I don’t think she should be older than that because she’s in Awkward Black Girls with Some Other Lady. She enslaved on a plantation in the deep south, so she endures very hard life, yet through it all she’s proud of who she is and finds space and time to recognize her resilience. She’s dealt with being awkward from a very young age. Because of this, she understands her feelings and body very well and accepts that the awkwardness will never subside. She “handles” it as best as she can. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “How Many”
Late 20’s. Very inspired and reinvigorated to live in NYC and pursue a new life in art. Proud, a bit naïve, very inquisitive. She’s also of the awkward sort. She seems to not be heard even when she’s sure she’s speaking up. She’s a perfectionist that’s guilty of trying too hard. She has no chill. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: Black Female Artist
Early 30’s. She’s sassy and doesn’t need help with accessing her self-confidence. She’s fed up and tired of the system and has been ready to be a force for change. She isn’t good at concealing her emotions. They stay on her as she feels them. This is why people have so many questions that she’s tired of pretending to answer. Her rap reveals her response to the world that won’t seem to leave her be. She can snap back ignorance with fire so smooth that people won’t understand until she’s gone. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent
Poem: “Grace”
Mid 20’s. She’s still grieving her Dad’s death. Last Lady is self-conscious, is tired and almost unaware that she holds the power to make a difference. She’s doesn’t understand the positive influence her plight and words have on her community. She’s always exhausted from her struggle of holding it all- of trying to be the best Black girl she can be. She wants to sleep, but truly will never stop. Ethnicity: Black / African Descent

book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux
Directed by Carol Dunne
Choreography by Kyle Brand
First rehearsal: March 27, 2020
Runs: April 15 – May 24, 2020
AEA LORT D Minimum plus room and travel
20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player to portray Elvis in his 20s at the beginning of his career. Must be familiar with his music and able to play guitar; should sound and look somewhat like Elvis without being an “impersonator”.
20s; male; actor/singer/pianist; he was rock & roll’s legendary piano prodigy and celebrated “Last Man Standing.” Must be a superb piano player, able to play like Jerry Lee Lewis; fun, energetic; comic skills a plus.
mid 20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player (lead guitar); he was the American pioneer of rockabilly music and best known for his song “Blue Suede Shoes”; Must be an excellent lead guitarist.
mid 20s; male; actor/singer/guitar player to portray Johnny cash at the dawn of his epic career. Must be familiar with his music and able to play guitar; tall; should sound and look somewhat like Johnny without being an “impersonator”.
mid 30s; male; excellent actor; “Father of Rock’n’Roll” and founder of Sun Records who discovered Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and many others including Roy Orbison and B.B. King. A towering and charismatic figure in American music.
mid 20s; female; excellent actor and singer; she was an aspiring singer and Elvis’s girlfriend; attractive; great singer with a wide range; sings solos and back-up throughout the show – sings “Fever” in her alto range and covers the high soprano part of “Riders In The Sky” (Johnny Cash song). ROLE IS CAST.

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