Marin Theatre Company
Mill Valley, CA
Call Type: EPA
LORT D;$676 until February 2019, $696 thereafter
Trevor Floyd, Artistic Producer Personnel at the EPA TBD
EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.
An Equity Monitor will be provided.
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Equity actors of all ages, ethnicities, abilities and types for various roles in the last three productions of the 2018-19 Season:
THE WHO AND THE WHAT
THE WHO AND THE WHAT
Written by Ayad Akhtar
directed by TBD
First Rehearsal: 2/5/2019
Extension Closing: 3/31/2019
32, of South-Asian origin, gimlet-gazed, lovely, though her appearance already lightly worn from worry.
25 --light and carefree younger sister. Even lovelier. A real knockout.
50’s, Zarina and Mahwish's gregarious, larger-than-life father. He has a very noticeable Indo-Pak accent
30, White, with a beard, looking cleaned up and eager. Not particularly handsome, but very soulful.
Written by Nambi E. Kelley
adapted from the book by Toni Morrison
Directed by TBD
First Rehearsal: 3/26/2019
Extension Closing: 5/26/2019
VIOLET / COUNTRY VIOLET:
Very dark-skinned African-American, plays herself from late teens to early 50s, a hair dresser, shrinking, slender if not bone skinny, contained rage at any moment that can and will explode, folks in The City call her "Violent."
JOE TRACE / COUNTRY JOE:
African-American, plays himself from early 20s to early 50s, a sample case man, bold, gregarious, unobviously handsome, folks trust him instantly.
Very light-skinned African-American, to play late teens-early 20s, tempestuous, haughty, insecure, unwomanly, a plain jane.
Very dark skinned African-American, late teens-early 20s, covers FELICE , Dorcas’ only friend, a pretty girl that doesn’t know she’s pretty, and CIGARETTE GIRL .
20s, Mixed race of African-American and Caucasian, looks white, a blonde haired, blue eyed, arrogant Mulatto Adonis who projects a lot of swag; covers GOLDEN GRAY , and PARROT , Violet’s blonde and green pet bird, and ACTON .
African-American, 60s, covers ALICE MANFRED , Dorcas’ aunt who is a seamstress, repressed and stern in her repression; also covers TRUE BELLE who is Violet’s truth-telling grandmother.
African-American, 50s, covers MALVONNE , Violet and Joe’s busy body neighbor, COUNTRY GOSSIP , CITY MADAM.
A BASS :
Very dark skinned African-American, 20s-early 30s, covers HENRY LESTROY , an expertly skilled hunter, built to last, strong, virile, can have any woman he wants; doubles as A COUNTRY BANKER, A CITY NUMBERS RUNNER.
Written by Jen Silverman
directed by Mike Donahue
First Rehearsal: 5/14/2019
Extension Closing: 7/14/2019
Dissatisfied in her marriage. Her cat has gone missing.
Her husband. He skinned the cat.
The cat. Lithe, dangerous, sensuous.
Doctor Frans M
A psychologist. Doctor to both Sofie and Gregor.
Ripley-Grier Studios (939)
939 8th Ave
New York, NY 10019
Studio 2A, Holding in Studio 2B, both on 2nd floor
Thursday, November 1, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch 1 to 2
Prepare 2 brief contrasting, contemporary monologues, TOTALING no more than 2 minutes. Bring picture.