A Peregrine Falls - NYC EPA

A Peregrine Falls - NYC EPA

CATEGORY: Performer

Loading Dock Stages, LLC
Brooklyn, NY

Job Details


Call Type: EPA

Mini $580/week

Producer, Loading Dock Theatre and Taphat Tawil
Playwright, Leegrid Stevens

Expected in attendance:
Thomas Coté, Director
Erin Treadway, Producer/Actor
Leegrid Stevens, Producer/Playwright
Taphat Tawil, Producer (for parts of the day)
Elizabeth Sarkady, Production Manager (for parts of the day)

Rehearsals begin mid-January 2020 Performances begin the first week in February Closing March 1.

Production Company: Loading Dock Theatre


Performance Venue: The Wild Project http://thewildproject.com/

EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.

An Equity Monitor will be provided.

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.

Equity actors for 4 roles. See breakdown.

SM position is filled. Seeking an ASM



Charlie Holt – 50’s-60’s, Kailey’s father, owner of Holt Auto, a struggling car dealership. Charlie is a lapsed Mormon trying to believe again at the urging of his wife, Leece. Naturally carries a sorrow and often makes jokes to compensate. Feels guilty for his daughter’s struggles, like he failed her somehow, but isn’t quite sure how. He desperately wants Kailey to succeed. Charlie struggles with his brother Taylor’s success and tries not to compare his life to Taylor’s. He envies his wife’s powerful belief and tries not to resent her admiration of Taylor.

Taylor Holt – 50’s-60’s, Charlie’s brother, father of Jessie & Joana, two prominent classical violinists and he manages their careers. Taylor is a natural salesman... confident, charming, able to brag without sounding like he’s bragging. He has a disarming quality that puts people at ease. Taylor is a predator. He is a firm believer in Mormonism but more specifically, in God’s particular guidance in his own life. He has no internal concept of guilt but is quite good at manipulating the guilt and doubts of others. Taylor has a need to be adored.

Kailey Beck – late 20’s/early 30’s, Charlie and Leece’s daughter. Married to Jared Beck. Kailey is desperate to be seen as healthy and successful. She suffers from false pregnancy syndrome. She fears her own outbursts sometimes and swings wildly between attacks and apologies. She has a burning rage inside her, of which she is deeply ashamed. Kailey carries a heavy secret of a sexual relationship with her uncle Taylor when she was twelve. She wants to believe she is undamaged from the relationship. Perhaps because of this central untruth she tells herself, she is a rather convincing liar.

Leece (Alice) Holt – 50’s-60’s, Charlie’s wife. Similar to Taylor, Leece is a believer of Mormonism and God’s guidance in her life. She sometimes experiences vivid dreams which she often takes as prophecies. Leece admires Taylor and takes his remarkable success in life as proof of divine approval. Leece is a natural ‘fixer’ always trying to solve a problem by pointing it out and offering the solution, no matter how difficult such a process might be for another person. Leece is aware of this and her need to control a situation and that this tendency has damaged her relationship with her daughter. She is trying to change but old habits die hard. She, like Charlie, feels a vague guilt over her daughter’s struggles and, despite her faith and divine guidance, feels like she failed as a mother.



Audition Information


Actors' Equity New York Audition Center
165 W 46th St
16th Fl
New York, NY 10036

Friday, November 22, 2019
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Lunch 1 to 2


Sides will be provided at the EPA. Please bring to bring a headshot & resume stapled together.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult


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