Center Theatre Group
Los Angeles, CA
Call Type: EPA
LORT A; $1300 per week.
Producer: Center Theatre Group in association with Atlantic Theater Company
by Ethan Coen
Directed by Neil Pepe
Production Stage Manager: David S. Franklin
Present for auditions:
Annie MacRae, Associate Artistic Director, Atlantic Theater Company
Abigail Katz, Director of New Play Development, Atlantic Theater Company
1st Rehearsal: Tuesday, August 13th, 2019
1st Performance: Wednesday, September 11th, 2019
Opening: Saturday, September 21st, 2019
Closing: Sunday, October 13th, 2019
Rehearsals take place in NYC. Performances take place at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles
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 various roles. PSM position has been filled.
Male, 30s-50s. Does whatever his brother, Wes, says. He was abused by his father as a child. Has night terrors. He is resentful of his youngest brother, Gary Allen.
Male, 30s-50s. He is the oldest of the brothers, and the mastermind behind his and Cal’s violence. Also abused by their father.
Male, 30s-40s. The Sheriff, and the youngest brother. He appears friendly and kind, but is a little too proud of how mature he is. Suffered no abuse from their father as a child, and has prospered more in life than the other two.
“A TOUGH CASE”
Male, 30s-40s. Classic fast-talking, film-noir private investigator. Isn’t always clear with what he says. Always smarter than his partners, yet insists on having a partner. Has romantic feelings towards Lindy.
Male, 30s-40s. Well-meaning guy who partners with Curtin to be a P.I. Moronic, to the point where he frequently puts himself in danger and gets injured. Often misunderstands Curtin, but does his best to be a good PI.
Male, 40s-50s. Scrap metal business owner who does not trust his partner, Brendan Finn. He turns to Curtin for help so he can learn whether or not Finn is committing fraud.
Female, 20s-30s. Curtin’s assistant, does an excellent job as the secretary. Is having a love affair with Curtin. Calls everything as she sees it.
Female, 30s to 40s. Beautiful and charming club singer who is “paid to complain”. Knows a little about the investigation Curtin is looking into.
Male, 30s-50s. Owner of a nightclub, which is also a front for gambling. Is open to telling Curtin what he needs to know about the investigation. Calls it like it is to Curtin; asks him why his partners are always morons. Very good businessman.
“AT THE GAZEBO”
Male, Late 20s. Troubled wanderer, can’t decide if it is better to be away from home or at home, or what home even means, or who he loves. Wants to win Dorothy’s attention.
Female, early 20s. Attractive woman, 5 years younger than Carter. Has no problem speaking her mind, when appropriate. Abides by tradition. Autonomous, happy to take the world at face value. Used to have feelings for Carter.
Male, 40s-60s, African-American. Servant to Carter. Spies on Dorothy for Carter, and gets paid for it. Kind towards Carter.
Male, 40s. Perpetually disappointed. Trying to move up the ladder financially. Isn’t intelligent enough or wealthy enough to succeed. Blames his wife for this.
Female, 40s. Overworked and overtired. Feels like she married an idiot. Definitely smarter than her husband.
Male, 40s. Unintelligent in the way he speaks. Thinks he is great because he’s honest, but is brutally selfish.
Male 40s, Slightly more wealthy and definitely smarter than the cabbie. Moving forward in life, as he has a plan to buy himself a taxi.
Male, 40s-50s. Movie producer. Pushy/forceful to get his way. Is a man with big ideas. Sleazy. Has Writer living in his garage, so that he can hang out with young women at the writer’s parties.
Male, 50s. Executive producer for the film company. Calls things as he sees them, and is successful at his job.
Male, 60s-70s. Movie producer. A loving Grandfather. He likes his job, and has been doing it for a long time.
WRITER (BRETT AUGENBLICK)
Male, 20s. Film school kid with crazy ideas. Lives in Lou’s garage.
Atlantic Theater Administrative Offices & Studios
76 9th Ave
New York, NY 10011
(at 15th Street), Ste 537 (5th floor), Studio 4
Thursday, May 23, 2019
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Lunch 1 to 2
Please prepare a contemporary dramatic or comedic monologue. Bring picture and resume.