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EVERYMAN THEATRE 2016-17 SEASON **Updated** - Everyman Theatre Auditions

Posted: May 3, 2016

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Everyman Theatre 2016-17 Season - MD EPAs

Everyman Theatre|Baltimore, MD


Date of Audition:
5/17/2016





Call Type
Equity Principal

Time(s)
Equity Principal Auditions by APPOINTMENT (2 days)

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Friday, May 20, 2016
9 AM to 5 PM each day. Lunch 12:30 to 1:30
Auditions are in 5 minute appointment slots

Contract
SPT
Tier 10; current min: $664/week

Location
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201


Seeking
Equity actors for various roles in the upcoming 2016-17 Season.

See breakdown

Primarily seeking local Baltimore/ DC/NOVA area performers as theatre has no
established housing

Preparation
Prepare 3 minutes in length consisting of:

one monologue -or- two brief contrasting monologues -or- a short a cappella musical selection and a short monologue. NO ACCOMPANIST provided.

All must bring one picture and resume

Other Dates
Stage Management Positions for the 2014/2015 season may be available. Stage Managers should apply by writing to:

Kyle Prue, Director of Production
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Other
**Do not call any other numbers at the theatre.

AEA performers unable to make an appointment will be seen without an appointment during the audition day, time permitting.

Personnel
In attendance at the EPAs, either:

Vincent M. Lancisi, Artistic Director
or
Kyle Prue, Director of Production / Casting Director
· A monitor will

not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Appointments
AEA members call 443-615-7055 x7162 during the following times: 5/11 9am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5pm**
Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.
Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Breakdown

WAIT UNTIL DARK
By Frederick Knott
Adapted by Jeffery Hatcher
Dir: Donald Hicken
1st reh: 8/8/16. Runs: 9/9 - 10/9/16

Seeking:

Carlino
Male, 35-55. Con artist recently paroled from prison. He & Mike have worked together on crimes before.

Sam
Male 25-35. Susan’s husband, professional photographer, ex-marine. Good-natured & hard working. Encourages Susan to become more self-reliant.

Mike
Male, 25-35. Con artist paroled from prison. Currently in debt to a loan shark; needs this heist to get out of danger. Pretends to be Sam’s military buddy from the Marines. Befriends Susan in order to gain her confidence.

FOLLOWING ROLES ARE CAST WITH RESIDENT ACTING COMPANY. PERFORMERS CONSIDERED AS POSSIBLE REPLACEMENTS SHOULD ANY BECOME NECESSARY:

Susan
Role CAST. Female 25-35. Wife of Sam. Lost her sight in an auto accident from which she was rescued by Sam; they subsequently fell in love. Even though is resourceful and confident, there are still situations in which she has not fully adjusted to being blind, and they often disorient and unsettle her.

Roat
Role CAST. Male 35-60. Thief & murderer. The mastermind of the plan to retrieve the doll from Sam and Susan’s apartment. Deliberate, mannered, unpredictable.
______

THE ROOMMATE
By Jen Silverman
Dir: TBD
1st reh: 9/26. Runs: 10/28- 11/27/16

FOLLOWING ROLES ARE CAST WITH RESIDENT ACTING COMPANY. PERFORMERS CONSIDERED AS POSSIBLE REPLACEMENTS SHOULD ANY BECOME NECESSARY:

Sharon
Role CAST. Female 45-60. Somewhat buttoned-up, quiet mother and divorced wife; always been defined by her relationship with her husband (who’s now left her) and her son (who’s pursuing his own ambitions in the Big Apple).

Robyn
Role CAST. Female 45-60. Exotic vegan from Brooklyn with an entrepreneurial spirit. Becomes Sharon’s roommate though she mysteriously dodges questions about her past.
_______

DOT
By Colman Domingo
Dir: Vincent M. Lancisi
1st reh: 11/7. Runs: 12/9 - 1/8/17

Seeking:

Dotty
Female, African-American 55-70. Widowed matriarch of an African-American middle class family from Philadelphia. Suffering from dementia. At times seems perfectly normal & other times hopelessly confused, believing her late husband is still alive. Being taken care of by her eldest daughter Shelly.

Jackie
Female 35-45. Shelly’s Caucasian childhood friend. Dated Donnie in high school before he came to terms with his sexuality. Has unhappily become pregnant by her married lover.

Averie
Female African-American 30-40. Flamboyant youngest child of Dotty and sister of Shelly. Currently lives in Shelly’s basement after her acting career in NY has stalled. Shelly hopes she’ll take a more active role in caring for Dotty.

Donnie
Male African-American 35-45. Dotty’s son. NY-based freelance musicologist having financial trouble who shows up for a holiday visit with his white husband Adam in tow.

Adam
Male 35-45. Donnie’s husband. Actor who still enjoys the party scene which leads to relationship tensions with Donnie.

Fidel
Male 25-30. Dotty’s Kazakhstan-born "Illegal” caregiver.

FOLLOWING ROLE IS CAST WITH RESIDENT ACTING COMPANY. PERFORMERS CONSIDERED AS POSSIBLE REPLACEMENT SHOULD ANY BECOME NECESSARY:

Shelly
Role CAST. Female African-American 40-50. Beleaguered eldest child of Dotty and a lawyer. Primarily responsible for taking care of her mother; resentful of the lack of help from her siblings.
______

GREAT EXPECTATIONS
By Charles Dickens
Adapted for the Stage by Gale Childs Daly
Dir: TBD
1st reh: 1/2/17. Runs: 2/3 - 3/5/17

Seeking:

Pip
Male 25-35. Protagonist of the story. Begins as a young orphan boy being raised by his sister and brother-in-law in marsh country of Kent, southeast of England. Passionate, romantic, somewhat unrealistic at heart. Tends to expect more for himself than is reasonable. Also has a powerful conscience. Deeply wants to improve himself, both morally and socially.

Narrator #2
Male 25-45. Also plays Mr. Wopsle, Hamlet, Pantomime Sailor, Sergeant, Coachman, and Herbert Pocket.

THE FOLLOWING ROLES ARE CAST WITH RESIDENT ACTING COMPANY. PERFORMERS WILL BE CONSIDERED AS POSSIBLE REPLACEMENTS SHOULD ANY BECOME NECESSARY:

Narrator #1
Role CAST. Male 30-50. Also plays Magwitch, Uncle Pumblechook, Mr. Jaggers, Victor, Ghost, Laertes, Pantomime Sailor.

Narrator #3
Role CAST. Female 35-55. Also plays Mrs. Joe, Miss Havisham, Traveling Woman, Amelia, Mrs. Pocket, Molly, Gertrude, Pantomime Girl, Galley Captain.

Narrator #4
Role CAST. Female 25-40. Also plays Compeyson, Mrs. Hubble, Estella, Biddy, Flopson, Ophelia.

Narrator #5
Role CAST. Male 45-65. Also plays Joe, Mr. Wemmick, Mathew Pocket, Bentley Drummle, Claudius, Pantomime Sailor.
______

LOS OTROS
Book/Lyrics Ellen Fitzhugh
Music Michael John LaChiusa
Dir: Noah Himmelstein
1st reh: 2/20/17. Runs: 3/24 - 4/23

Through 60 years of memories and recitative song, the vastly different lives of two Southern Californian residents, a Mexican-American man and white woman, serendipitously weave together in a profound exploration of what it means to be los otros (the “others”) in America today. The intimate contemporary score creates an unflinchingly beautiful and hauntingly resonant look at the stereotypes that separate us, and the humanity that we share.

Seeking

Lillian
Female 40-60 Caucasian. Sings of her lifetime enthrallment with the Mexican culture. Tells of a childhood memory of illegal immigrants having parked themselves in caves near the ocean, of her young adult life in Burbank and her Latina housekeeper, and later in her life of an intoxicated attraction to a young man she's determined to "de-virginize”.

Carlos
Male 50-75. Mexican-American man. Shares the details of his life including being a gay accountant and having a lover who is Anglo. Candid and brutally honest about himself and his people. Sings of a childhood memory of picking plums in a Central Valley orchard during World War II and later, as a 75-year-old, he sings about the struggles of a failing mind.
_____

NOISES OFF
By Michael Frayn
Dir: Vincent M. Lancisi
1st reh: 4/17. Runs: 5/19 - 6/18/17

Seeking

Brooke Ashton
Female 20-35. Cast in role of Vicki in Nothing?On. Young, inexperienced actress often in search of a missing contact lens. Part of a love triangle with Lloyd and Poppy.

FOLLOWING ROLES ARE CAST WITH RESIDENT ACTING COMPANY. PERFORMERS CONSIDERED AS POSSIBLE REPLACEMENTS SHOULD ANY BECOME NECESSARY:

Dotty Otley
Role CAST. Female 45-60. Late-middle-aged actress cast, she portrays Mrs. Clackett in Nothing On. Very forgetful, but mostly good-natured.

Poppy Norton-Taylor
Role CAST. Female 25-40. Assistant stage manager for Nothing On. Emotional and prone to outbursts. Is also Brooke’s understudy, which further complicates the Lloyd-Poppy-Brooke love triangle.

Belinda Blair
Role CAST. Female 35-45. Reliable, good-natured actress. Protective of Freddy. She plays Flavia Brent in Nothing On.

Selsdon Mowbray
Role CAST. Male 55-70. Elderly overly dramatic actor. Has an inconvenient drinking problem.

Lloyd Dallas
Role CAST. Male 45-65. Director of Nothing On. Temperamental, yet charismatic man, and part of the love triangle with Poppy and Brooke.

Frederick Fellowes
Role CAST. Male 35-45. Insecure, overthinking actor. Gets a nosebleed at the first hint of violence and always needs to know his motivation. Double-cast in Nothing On as both Philip Brent and the Sheikh.

Garry Lejune
Role CAST. Male 25-35. Cast in the role of Roger Tramplemain the estate agent in Nothing On. Often leaves thoughts dangling and doesn’t finish his sentences. His romantic interest in Dotty drives him to repeatedly attack Freddy.

Tim Allgood
Role CAST. Male 55-70. Overworked stage manager, carpenter and jack-of-all-trades. Chronically exhausted and sleep-deprived. Understudies the roles played by Selsdon and Freddy.


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