INDECENT - Denver Center for the Performing Arts Auditions

Posted: May 7, 2019

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INDECENT - NYC Appointments
Denver Center for the Performing Arts

APPOINTMENTS
NYC Appointment Only Auditions: May 28th - May 30th NYC CB: May 30th - May 31st

CONTRACT
LORT Non-Rep LORT D Contract/ $1010 per week The Space Theater

SEEKING
Submissions from AEA members only for various roles. See breakdown.

INSTRUCTIONS
For consideration email (preferred) or mail picture and resume.

SUBMIT TO
hbasscasting@gmail.com
Harriet Bass Casting
RE: Indecent / AEA Submission
112 W 34th St. 17th Floor
New York, NY 10120

PERSONNEL
Playwright: Paula Vogel
Director: Nancy Keystone
Choreographer: Dominique Kelley
Music Director: Angela Steiner
DCPA Artistic Director: Chris Coleman
NYC Casting: Harriet Bass Casting
Casting Director: Harriet Bass
Casting Associate: Gama Valle
DCPA Casting Director: Grady Soapes, CSA

OTHER DATES
Denver Center Production Dates:
REH: 7/26/2019
1ST PREVIEW: 8/30/2019
OPEN: 9/5/2019
CLOSE: 10/6/2019

OTHER
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 submit.

BREAKDOWN
Lemml- the Stage Manager (Male, 35-45 years old) A naïve country tailor whose life is changed upon reading Asch's "The God of Vengeance," becomes leader of the Yiddish Art Theatre of Lodz troupe; He holds fast to his belief in the transformative power of theatre, even in the Nazi-controlled ghetto where his troupe performs. NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
Chana- the Ingénue (Female, 22-33 years old) Passionate and adventurous and smart.
Also plays:
Madje- Asch’s wife,
Elsa- German actress
Ruth/Reina- Yiddish-speaking, Jewish immigrant actor
Virginia McFadden- American ingénue
Bagelman Sister- a singer
NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
Avram– the Ingénue (Male, 23-35 years old) Rebellious, ambitious, and passionate. Also plays:
Asch- brilliant Polish Jewish playwright
Morris Carnovsky- actor in New York production
Eugene O'Neill- Hard-drinking, defender of Asch's play
John Rosen- Connecticut-born Jewish idealist
Ensemble
NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
Mendel– the Middle (Male, 40’s) Traditional and conservative.
Also plays:
Nakhmen- member of the Polish Yiddish literary salon
Harry Weinberger- Producer at the Provincetown Playhouse, proud to produce a play
Officer Benjamin Bailie- NY Police Officer
Rabbi Joseph Silverman- Outraged by "The God of Vengeance,"
Ensemble
NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
Halina– the Middle (Female, 30-40 years old) Sophisticated, unconcerned with politics, and frank.
Also plays:
Freida- a leading German actor
Dorothee Nelson/Dine- Jewish immigrant actor in Greenwich Village,
Dr. Hornig- Asch's doctor
Bagelman Sister- a singer
Ensemble
NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
Otto– the Elder (Male, 50-65 years old) Cultured, educated, traditional, and cynical. Also plays:
Peretz- Leader of a prestigious Polish Yiddish literary salon
Schildkraut- Leading Jewish-German theatre actor
Judge McIntyre- judge in the case of New York vs. The God of Vengeance
Asch- late in life, Sholem retreats from public life, bitter and cynical
Ensemble
NOTE: Actor that sings and moves well, has proficiency in Eastern European dialects, have facility in transforming seamlessly from one character to another.
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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 submit.

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