CARA MIA THEATRE 2019-20 SEASON - Cara Mia Theatre Non Equity Auditions

Posted: July 15, 2019
Audition Location: Dallas, TX

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Cara Mía Theatre 
2019 - 2020 Season General Auditions 


Sunday, July 21, 2019

5:00 pm - 09:00 pm (CDT)


Monday, July 22, 2019

5:30 pm - 09:30 pm (CDT)



Email Matthew Roy Rodriguez at or call 214.516.0706. 


Please include your name, phone number, and email in the message along with your preferred date and time. Slots are every 10 minutes. We will email you to confirm your audition time. 


Please arrive prior to your audition to fill out the proper form.


Out of town actors my submit video auditions via Youtube link to Matthew Roy Rodriguez at



Cara Mía Theatre invites non-AEA and AEA actors to audition for its upcoming 2019-2020 Season. All performers are paid.



Actors should come prepared with one contemporary monologue. Actors might be asked for an additional contrasting monologue or a song (a cappella) in the room.



Sammons Center for the Arts

3630 Harry Hines

Dallas, TX 75219


Headshot/Resume are required. Local hires preferred.

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.
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 attend every audition. Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.


Seeking actors for select productions in Cara Mia’s 24th Season – includes 13 roles with ages ranging from 18 to mid-60's. Auditions will additionally act as consideration for any upcoming work-shopped readings/ productions.


Cara Mía Theatre is dedicated to diversity and inclusion as a core value, and as such we strongly encourage actors of all ethnicities, abilities, genders, gender non-conforming, and ages to audition.



By Emilio Rodriguez

Director Jorge B. Merced


Angelo and Mila are fifteen and homeless. Angelo is a dreamer, Mila is a street-wise hustler, but when they become roommates at a shelter for LGBTQ teens, they build a fragile bond that inspires them to reach for understanding and self-acceptance. Emilio Rodriguez’s poetic coming-of-age story explores the journey about the angst of coming out and the healing power of hope.


Rehearsals begin: November 5, 2019

Performances run: November 29 - December 15, 2019


ANGELO - A gay Latino teen who knows that the only way to survive is to find someone to trust

MILA - A gay Black-Latino teen who knows that survival depends on being very careful who you trust



Written by Sandra Cisneros

Adapted by Amy Ludwig

Directed by David Lozano


Esperanza's story is the experience of so many Mexican-American girls during the stage of life between childhood and adolescence. We see her rush into the innocent games, fantasies and friendships of childhood, yet she begins to become conscious of the dangers and contradictions of being a young women living in the barrio. Esperanza tries to make sense of her place in the world while observing the lives of the women around her and decides her life is going to be different.


Rehearsals begin: January 14, 2020

Performances run: February 20 - March 8, 2020


Young Esperanza – adult actor who portrays about twelve

Older Esperanza - in her mid-to-late thirties

Ensemble – 6 roles available. 3 Male. 3 Female.


My Red Hand, My Black Hand
Written by Dael Orlandersmith

Director: TBD

(Co-Produced with Soul Rep Theatre)


Part of Cara Mía Theatre and Soul Rep Theatre's Café / Negro Series, this play unfolds as a teenager describes the past, present and future of her parents' cultures and their fusion into her own. She tells us about the "Red" Tlingit and Lakota parentage of her father, who leaves the reservation to play blues rock in Boston, and the "Black" rural Virginia background of her mother, who goes to Boston seeking the big-city life. Her parents meet at a dance and fall in love, but not without the complications of prejudice from their families.


Rehearsals begin: April 21, 2020

Performances run: May 15 - May 31, 2020


Daughter – Mixed race – Native and Black. Aged late teens to twenties

Father - Native American, late fifties to mid-sixties

Mother – Black, late fifties to mid-sixties


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