TIMELINE THEATRE CO. 2020-21 SEASON - Timeline Theatre Co. Auditions

Posted: March 25, 2020

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TIMELINE THEATRE CO. 2020-21 SEASON - VIDEO SUBMISSION

TimeLine Theatre Co.

CONTRACT

CAT CAT $426 per week minimum.

SEEKING

TimeLine Theatre Company is holding auditions for its 2020/21 season. Productions include: Campaigns, Inc., The Last Night of Ballyhoo, TBD and The Chinese Lady.
TimeLine encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

INSTRUCTIONS

Please send all filmed capture auditions to nick@timelinetheatre.com on or before before April 3. PLEASE DO NOT SEND VIDEO AS AN ATTACHMENT. Actors may send a link to the filmed audition on a preferred platform (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) Please include a password if desired. In the email, use the subject line AEA GENERAL AUDITION also attach your headshot and resume.
Deadline: Fri, Apr 3, 2020

SUBMIT TO

nick@timelinetheatre.com

PERSONNEL

TimeLine Artistic Associate, Nick Bowling
TimeLine Theatre Artistic Director, PJ Powers

OTHER DATES

See breakdown

OTHER

Actors should prepare one monologue of their choice that lasts no more than 2 minutes. Or two one minute long monologues. Be sure to attach a headshot and resume and please include both a phone number and email address on your resume.
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

TimeLine Theatre Company – 2020/2021 Season – Casting Breakdown

Campaigns, Inc. by Will Allan, directed by Nick Bowling
First Rehearsal: 6/30/20
First Preview: 8/5/20
Closing: 9/27/20
Possible Extension: 10/11/20
ALL ROLES HAVE BEEN CAST


The Last Night of Ballyhoo by Alfred Uhry, directed by Kimberly Senior
First Rehearsal: 10/6/20
First Preview: 11/4/20
Closing: 12/27/20
Possible Extension: 1/10/21


TBD, directed by Ron OJ Parson
First Rehearsal: 12/29/20
First Preview: 2/3/21
Closing: 3/28/21
Possible Extension: 4/11/21


The Chinese Lady byLloyd Suh, directed by Helen Young
First Rehearsal: 3/30/21
First Preview: 5/5/21
Closing: 6/26/21
Possible Extension: 7/11/21


Campaign, Inc.
All roles have been cast


The Last Night of Ballyhoo
Boo Levy – Lala's overbearing mother, Sunny's aunt, and Adolph's sister. Her husband has died and she struggles with wanting her daughter to be socially successful. Mid 40s to mid 50s.
Sunny Freitag – A junior at Wellesley College who sees herself as progressive and is interested in the works of Eugene V. Debs and Upton Sinclair. Reba's daughter, 20s.
Adolph Freitag – Adores Sunny, but has little tolerance for Lala. Successful businessman who has little power in the house.He understands the potential impact Joe has on the family. Late 40s to late 50s.
Lala Levy – Obsessed with 'Gone With The Wind’ and attending the Ballyhoo dance. Somewhat childish and awkward, Lala fights with her mother, Boo, over their Jewish identity and her social status. 20s.
Reba Freitag – Sister-in-law to Adolph and Boo. Reba is somewhat simple, but is more shrewd than others give her credit. Like the other characters, Reba is oblivious to what it means to be Jewish. Mid to late 40s.
Joe Farkas – Works for Adolph Freitag, and finds an intellectual match in Sunny.Joe is a charming young man who challenges the family to reassess their ideas of identity and family. 20s.
Peachy Weil – Finds a match in Lala. Known for his obnoxious behavior and outspokenness.He is a visitor from Lake Charles, 20s


Production TBD directed by Ron OJ Parson
Casting announcments to come.


The Chinese Lady
Afong Moy, chinese female identifying, from 14 years old to advanced age.Afong Moy is fourteen years old when she’s brought to the United States from Guangzhou Province in 1834. Allegedly the first Chinese woman to set foot on U.S. soil, she has been put on display for the American public as “The Chinese Lady.” For the next half-century, she performs for curious white people, showing them how she eats, what she wears, and the highlight of the event: how she walks with bound feet. As the decades wear on, her celebrated sideshow comes to define and challenge her very sense of identity. Inspired by the true story of Afong Moy’s life.
Atung, chinese male identifying, older than Afong Moy.Translator and assistant to a Afong Moy.


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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