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EMOTIONAL CREATURE - Berkeley Repertory Theatre Auditions

Posted: March 21, 2012

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EMOTIONAL CREATURE

- Submit Photo / Resume for NYC Appointments

Berkeley Repertory Theatre (Berkeley, CA)LORT B; $800/week + travel and housing

Director:Jo Bonney

By:Eve Ensler

Music Director:Charl Johan Lingenfelder

Berkeley RepCasting: Amy Potozkin

New YorkCasting: Stephanie Klapper

First rehearsal:5/18/12.First preview:6/14/12. Runs: 6/22 – 7/15/12 (with probable extension into August)


There is a strong probability that the show will move to New York post Berkeley.Actors need to be able to provide their own New York residence.


NYC auditions will be held onApril 17-20,by appointment only.

Seeking submissions fromActors' Equity Members onlyfor these auditions.


For consideration, email or mail picture and resume to:


Stephanie Klapper Casting

39 West 19th Street, 12th floor

New York, NY 10011


Indicate on the envelope “Emotional Creature – NYC Appts – AEA submission”


EMOTIONAL CREATURE deals with many issues that face girls across the globe. Some of the issues dealt with in EMOTIONAL CREATURE are body image, name-calling, anorexia/bulimia, gender stereotypes, diseases, sexuality, sexual orientation, teenage pregnancy and abortion, abuse, sex slavery, rape, female circumcision, education, empowerment, etc.


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Seeking:

Six actresses:

18+ to playteen girls 14 – 18. We are assembling a multi-talented ensemble of young women of all ethnicities to represent the Global World of this piece. All need to have great singing voices and dance/move well (we are seeking a “real” quality vs. musical theatre quality as this is a play with music). Seeking at least one actress who can rap.All must have amazing personalities. It is imperative that we believe that they are real people, authentic and not actors. The more global the piece, the better. All must be able to play teenagers credibly.They could be poets or stand up comics, rappers and singers, androgynous to feminine.All must have citizenship or be permanent resident (ie: green card).


Actress One:Character is Asian American.


Actress Two:Character may beLatina, Southeast Asian, Middle Eastern, Native American


Actress Three*:Character is African.


Actress Four*:Character isAfrican Americanor Afr. Amer/Latina mixed race.


Actress Five and Six:Character isCaucasian.


*Note about Actresses Three and Four: Both should be pretty fabulous musically.One of them must be able to rap.Ideally one of them could have stand up comic skills/experience, be a rapper…etc.




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