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MILK LIKE SUGAR - Huntington Theatre Company Auditions

Posted: September 17, 2015

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MILK LIKE SUGAR - submit for NYC appointment

Huntington Theatre Company | Boston, MA



Send To
Alaine Alldaffer - Attn: MILK LIKE SUGAR
c/o Playwrights Horizons
416 West 42nd Street
New York NY 10036

Email
alldaffercasting@gmail.com

Personnel
Playwright: Kirsten Greenidge
Director: M. Bevin O’Gara
Casting Director: Alaine Alldaffer
Associate Casting Director: Lisa Donadio

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
$618 weekly minimum, plus housing and travel

Seeking
Equity actors 18+, male and female. See breakdown.

Other Dates
Auditions: October 1 & 2
1st Rehearsal: January 5, 2016
1st Preview: January 29, 2016
Opens: February 3, 2016
Closes: February 28, 2016
Possible Extension to: March 5, 2016


Breakdown

SEEKING ACTORS 18+ FOR THE FOLLOWING ROLES:

ANNIE: 16. African-American. Naturally independent and intelligent but sensitive to peer pressure. Interested in education and learning about the larger world. Filled with false bravado. Not one to start an argument, but not one to back away either. Desperate for connection, warmth, and belonging. Wants more from life, without any avenue to get it. Stuck in a vicious cycle.

TALISHA: 16. Derisive, abrasive ringleader of clique of girls. Tough as nails. Appears confident and knowledgeable. Uses people to get what she wants. Scared of being left all alone. Actors of color strongly encouraged to submit.

MARGIE: 16. The follower and the gossip. Fiercely loyal, but not very bright. Invested in a very narrow, naïve idea of the future. Finds comfort in material goods. Actors of color strongly encouraged to submit.

ANTWOINE: 23. African-American. Aspiring tattoo artist and current grocery store bagger. Introspective and poetic, but mocked by peers for his sensitivity. Looking for a chance to be heard and make a connection.

MALIK: 16. African-American. A teenager forced into the parent role by necessity. Smart, earnest, wily, and determined. Caring and sensitive, but willing to do whatever it takes to get out of the neighborhood.

KEERA: 16. African-American. The new girl at school. A tractable, evangelical outsider. Zealous and highly vocal in spreading The Word. Looking for a crumb of acceptance and inclusion.


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