CRY IT OUT - Ithaca NY EPAKitchen Theatre Company
Mon, Sep 16, 2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (EDT)
Lunch 2 to 3
AEA members may contact Tyler Struble Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 607.272.0403 (noon to 4p) Email is best.
Equity actors for various roles.
Actors of color are strongly encouraged to audition. The Kitchen Theatre Company shall conduct all
auditions/interviews in a manner that continues to promote fair consideration to ethnic minorities, women, seniors, and performers with disabilities. The Kitchen Theatre Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Two contrasting monologues. Please bring headshot and resume.
417 Martin Luther King Jr. St.
Ithaca, NY 14850-4351
by Molly Smith Metzler | directed by M. Bevin O'Gara
Expected in attendance:
M. Bevin O'Gara, Producting Artistic Director
Tyler Struble, Artistic / Administrative Fellow
Ollie Jeoung, Artistic / Administrative Fellow
**This production is a co-production with Geva Theatre in Rochester and will have a transfer following the run at Kitchen Theatre Company**
In Ithaca, NY
Meet and Greet: January 12, 2020
First Rehearsal: January 13, 2020
Tech: January 31 and February 1, 2020
Previews: February 2, 4, and 5, 2020
Opening: February 6, 2020
Closing: February 22, 2002
In Rochester NY
Rehearsals: March 1-4, 2020
Opening: March 5, 2020
Closing: March 22, 2020
An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of audition.
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.
Woman. Mid 30s. Married to a North Shore native; recently relocated to Port (from Manhattan) to raise her family. Educated, articulate, lovely, warm. From the Midwest and has that Midwestern ready-smile. Beloved by every teacher she's ever had. Always gives the perfect toast; always organizes the group gift. But in private, Jessie bends towards anxiety. She doesn't like empty days on calendars, or being alone. Works 90 hour weeks in the city as a corporate lawyer - or did, until Allie was born. Now she's in yoga pants.
Woman. Late 20s / Early 30s. From Long Beach (on South Shore of Long Island) and you can tell immediately - she is very South Shore. Acrylic nails, big hoops, velour track suits, Mets trucker hats - and a huge Italian family. Lina failed out of community college, curses too much and blasts Kanye too loudly in the car. But she is also fantastically winning. She's fun, funny and refreshingly genuine. Works at St. Francis Hospital.
Man. Late 30s / Early 40s or slightly older. Adrienne's husband, works in investment capital. A math nerd who is amazing with numbers, but not people. Serious, schrewd, sensitive. The kid who ate lunch in the library because he was so shy. Mitchell grew up in a tough house in a tough part of Utica and scholar-shipped his way to where he is now, so grades status, and success are his currency. But becoming a father has changed him. He makes goofy faces now. He stares out windows during meetings. His sentences end in question marks.
Woman. Mid / Late 30s. Mitchell's wife. Elegant, powerful, aloof, and slightly rock n roll. Has eyes that are cat-like and assessing. The kind of woman you see climbing out of a dark sedan at JFK who you just know is going somewhere cool. Adrienne grew up on Central Park West, attended posh boarding schools, studied art abroad, and could give you the best-ever guided tour of MoMA. She has never signed an e-mail with an x or an o, but she is loyal and ferocious in both business and life. A successful jewelry designer. PART ALREADY CAST, AUDITIONS FOR REPLACEMENT AND UNDERSTUDIES ONLY.
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.