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DENVER CENTER 2018-19 SEASON - Denver Center for the Performing Arts Auditions

Posted: April 17, 2018

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Denver Center 2018-2019 Season - Los Angeles EPA
Denver Center for the Performing Arts

AUDITION DATE

Fri, Apr 27, 2018
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (PDT)
Lunch; 1:00PM - 2:00PM

APPOINTMENTS

EPA rules in effect. In person sign-up begins at 9:00AM on 4/27/18.

CONTRACT

LORT Non-Rep LORT B, D Minimums - $914/wk, $676/wk

SEEKING

Male and female actors and actors who sing for a variety of roles for the 2018-2019 season.

PREPARATION

Two monologues: one classical piece and one contemporary piece. Singers should prepare a song from a traditional legit American musical standard. Total audition package no longer than 3 minutes. Accompanist will be provided. Bring current picture and resume, sheet music, AEA card.

LOCATION

Actors' Equity Association LA Audition Center
5636 Tujunga Ave
North Hollywood, CA 91601

PERSONNEL

Julia Flores Casting / Julia Flores CSA

OTHER DATES

See breakdown

OTHER

No stage management positions available.
www.denvercenter.org
EPA Procedures are in effect for this 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

The Denver Center does not believe in discrimination based on color, race, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, disabilities, gender, or otherwise. All performers, including those of color, seniors, women, and performers with disabilities, are encouraged to audition and will be given full consideration.
Some roles in the season will be understudied.

VIETGONE

By Qui Nguyen, directed by Seema Sueko
1st Rehearsal: 7/24/2018
Opening: 8/31/2018
Closing: 9/30/2018

OKLAHOMA

Music by Richard Rodgers; book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, directed by Chris Coleman
1st Rehearsal: 7/31/2018
Opening: 9/14/2018

Closing: 10/14/2018

THE CONSTANT WIFE

By W. Somerset, directed by Shelley Butler
1st Rehearsal: 8/21/18
Opening: 9/28/2018
Closing: 10/21/2018

BITE SIZE: An evening of Micro Theatre

Playwrights and directors to be announced at a later date.
1st Rehearsal: 10/16/2018
Opening: 10/26/2018
Closing: 11/18/2018


A CHRISTMAS CAROL

By Charles Dickens, Adapted by Richard Hellesen, Music by David de Berry, directed by Melissa Rain Anderson
1st Rehearsal: 10/27/2018
Opening: 11/27/2018
Closing: 12/24/2018

LAST NIGHT AND THE NIGHT BEFORE

By Donnetta Lavinia Grays, directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton
1st Rehearsal: 12/18/2018
Opening: 1/25/2019
Closing: 2/24/2019

SAM: A 10-year old girl. African-American. Smart. Sharp. Inquisitive. A little dark as she’s seen more than she’s needed to in her young life. Loving. Able to hold story through silence, but is prone to emotional eruption. Southern Georgia accent.
MONIQUE: SAM’s mother. Early-mid 20s. African-American. A poet. A lost soul. Loving. Must have a fierce yet easy command of language. A brilliant and sharp storyteller struggling with addiction. Trying to consciously break the cycle of loss in her family. Southern Georgia accent.
REGGIE: SAM’s father. Early-mid 20s. African-American. Loving to a fault. A little naive. Charming. Boyish, yet passionate in his responsibilities as a man. Unfaltering in his devotion to Monique. Adores his daughter. Southern Georgia accent
RACHEL: SAM’s aunt. MONIQUE’s sister. African-American. Mid-30s. Warm-hearted. Grounded. Struggling between familial obligations and the comforts of a life devoid of the stresses of her small hometown.Dealing with the guilt of abandoning her little sister and how that manifests in how she cares for her niece. Accent fluctuates between Southern Georgia and Brooklyn
NADIMA: RACHEL’s girlfriend. African-American Mid-30s. Charming. Sharp sense of humor. Grounded.Warm except in matters dealing with Rachel’s well-being.A fighter. Brooklynite
FOR ALL: We are looking for actors who can handle language with down-to-earth everyday ease.

ANNA KARENINA

By Kevin McKeon adapted from the novel by Leo Tolstoy, directed by Chris Coleman
1st Rehearsal: 12/27/2018
Opening: 2/1/2019
Closing: 2/24/2019

THE WHISTLEBLOWER

By Itamar Moses, directed by Oliver Butler
1st Rehearsal: 1/8/2019
Opening: 2/2/15/2019
Closing: 3/10/2019
ELI, a television writer, late thirties.
DAN, Eli’s agent, slightly older than Eli. Also plays JED, Eli’s friend from growing up.
RICHARD, a television producer, sixties. Also plays JOSEPH, Eli’s father.
ALLISON, an actress, late twenties. Also plays LISA, Jed’s wife.
SOPHIE, Dan’s assistant. Also plays REBECCA, Eli’s twin sister and ELEANOR, a girl Eli once knew.
HANNAH, Eli’s mother, sixties.
MAX, another friend of Eli’s from growing up.

SWEAT

By Lynn Nottage, directed by Nataki Garrett
1st Rehearsal: 3/26/2019
Opening: 5/3/2019
Closing: 5/26/2019

UNTITLED IMMERSIVE HIP-HOP SHOW

Written by Idris Goodwin, directed by Jenny Koons
1st Rehearsal: 4/16/2019
Opening: 5/24/2019
Closing: 6/23/2019
Show currently in development; Each character will represent a different element of hip-hop culture. Seeking actors with immersive work experience along with skills including DJ-ing, Emcee-ing and rapping, graffiti writing, and hip-hop dance/movement.


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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