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DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER - Roundabout Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: January 17, 2012

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Don’t Dress For Dinner

– Equity Principal Auditions

Roundabout Theatre Company LORT $1,231/week minimum.

Playwright: Marc Camoletti

Dir: John Tillinger

Casting: Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner, Stephen Kopel

1st reh: 2/28/12. Runs on Broadway 3/30-7/1.

Equity Principal Auditions:

Thursday, February 2, 2012Ripley-Grier Studios

10 AM – 6 PM520 Eighth Avenue, 17th Floor (elevator to 16)

Lunch from 1:30 – 2:30.New York City

Sides will be provided at the audition. Please bring a photo and resume, stapled back-to-back.

Seeking:

George:

AVAILABLE ROLE. Late 20s - late 30s. Suzette’s husband, also a cook. Extremely tall, masculine and intimidating.

Understudy for Bernard and Robert:

AVAILABLE TRACK. One actor understudies both roles. Track age: Late 30s - early 40s. Bernard: The Master of the House. An architect, he is upscale although he has a lascivious side. Quick-thinking and scheming, he is the mastermind of the evening’s intricate cover-up. Having an affair with Suzanne. Robert: Bernard’s oldest and most trusted friend. Having an affair with Bernard’s wife. Mild in temper, likable and charming, although he too has a mischievous and lustful side. Not as innocent as he lets on. Track for a strong comedic actor who is comfortable with farce. Must have a strong British accent.

Understudy for Jacqueline, Suzette and Suzanne:

AVAILABLE TRACK. One actress understudies all three roles. Track age: 30s - early 40s. Jacqueline: Married to Bernard, but having an affair with his best friend Robert. Chic, smart, sophisticated socialite with a mischievous, fun side. Suzette: French. A cook. Comedian. Innately funny. Takes full advantage of opportunities that come her way. Suzanne: Bernard’s mistress, a glamorous Parisian model/actress. Track for an excellent comedienne who is comfortable with farce and has a superb understanding of physical comedy. Must have a strong British accent. Must have an excellent French accent.


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