Arizona Theatre Company
Call Type: EPA
Minimum - $873/wk
Sean Daniels, Artistic Director, Arizona Theatre Company - (in attendance)
If unable to attend, resumes and photos may be submitted to Anna Jennings. Electronic submissions: email@example.comOR hardcopy submissions: Anna Jennings; Casting; Arizona Theatre Company; 343 South Scott Avenue; Tucson, Arizona 85701
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 consideration for the 2019-2020 season and future shows.
Show specific auditions, if needed, will be scheduled for a future time. Roles will not be understudied.
by Marco Ramirez
Dir. Michael John Garcés,
Casting Dir. Judy Bowman
1ST rehearsal: 8/13/19,
Tucson performances: 9/7-9/28 (open 9/13),
Phoenix: 10/3-10/20 (open 10/5)
Jay – The Negro Heavyweight Champion. Late 20s/early 30s.
Wynton – JAY’s trainer. 50s.
Nina – JAY’s fierce big sister. 30s.
Fish – An amateur boxer. 18.
Max – A fight promoter and referee. White. 40s.
by Lauren Gunderson
Dir. Casey Stangl
1st rehearsal: 9/24/19,
Tucson: 10/22-11/9 (open 10/25),
Phoenix: 11/14-12/1 (open 11/16)
Henrietta Leavitt – 30s, brilliant, meticulous, excited – almost always wearing a period hearing-aid.
Margaret Leavitt – 30s, homebody, creative, sweet, sister
Peter Shaw – 30s, the head astronomer’s apprentice … and the man
Annie Cannon – 40s, the leader, terse and sure, grows into a firebrand
Williamena Fleming– 50s, smart as a ship and fun, Scottish.
book by Joe Masterhoff,
music- John Kander,
lyrics- Fred Ebb,
Dir. Sara Bruner,
Choreo. Jaclyn Miller
1st rehearsal: 10/29/19,
Tucson: 11/30-12/29 (open 12/6),
Phoenix: 1/4-1/26 (open 1/7)
Emcee; Sally Bowles; Clifford Bradshaw; Ernst Ludwig; Customs Official / Herman / Max; Fräulein Schneider; Fräulein Kost / Fritz; Herr Schultz; Max / Herman / Customs Official; Gorilla / Frenchie; Texas; Helga; Bobby; Victor
Rosie (non-speaking); Lulu (non-speaking); Hans / Rudy (non-speaking)
"MASTER HAROLD" …AND THE BOYS
by Athol Fugard
Dir. Kent Gash
Tucson: 1/18-2/8 (open 1/24),
Phoenix: 2/13-3/1 (open 2/15)
Sam – Black, late 30s
Willie – Black, late 30s
Hally – White, 17 years-old
THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA McBRIDE
by Matthew Lopez
Dir. Meredith McDonough
(co-pro w/ Milwaukee Rep) - originating @ MRT, dates TBA. ATC remount--
1st rehearsal: 3/3/20,
Tucson 3/7-3/28 (open 3/13),
Phoenix: 4/2-4/29 (open 4/4)
Casey – 20’s, white, becomes a drag queen
Jo – 20’s, Black, Casey’s girlfriend
Miss Tracy Mills – 40’s/50’s, any ethnicity, drag queen
Rexy/Jason – 20’s/30’s, any ethnicity, drag queen
Eddie – 50’s/60’s, any ethnicity, bar manager
WOMEN IN JEOPARDY
by Wendy MacLeod
Dir. Sean Daniels
1st rehearsal 3/24/20,
Tucson 4/18-5/9 (open 4/24),
Phoenix: 5/14-5/31 (open 5/16)
Mary - 40’s, divorced, a librarian, “still” pretty, motherly
Jo - 40’s, divorced, her best friend, a publicist, sardonic
Liz - 40’s divorced, Mary’s other best friend, boy-crazy, a bit of a drama queen
Amanda - 19, Liz’s daughter, an exceptionally pretty college student who’s SAT’s were in the single digits
Trenner - 19, a snowboarder, sweet but not too bright
Jackson - 40’s, a dentist, Liz’s new boyfriend, creepy, given to strange pronouncements about death and disease. / Doubles SGT. KIRK SPONSÜLLAR - 40’s, a police sergeant, a John Wayne type, courtly, a man of few or entirely obfuscated words.
Anna Jennings, 520-884-8210 ext. 7508, firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday-Friday, 10-5pm MST. Voicemails will be returned within 24 hours.
Arizona Opera Center
1636 N Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Check in at Joel and Cindy Revzen Atrium (lobby)
Monday, June 3, 2019
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Lunch: 12:30PM - 1:30PM
1 monologue and 1 song, totaling no more than 3 minutes. Please bring headshot and resume. Accompanist provided.