Marin Theatre Co. Last 3 shows in 18-19 Season - NYC EPA

Marin Theatre Co. Last 3 shows in 18-19 Season - NYC EPA

CATEGORY: Performer

Marin Theatre Company
Mill Valley, CA

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

Call Type: EPA

CONTRACT
LORT Non-Rep
LORT D;$676 until February 2019, $696 thereafter

PERSONNEL
Trevor Floyd, Artistic Producer Personnel at the EPA TBD

OTHER
www.marintheatre.org

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.

SEEKING
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
JAZZ
WINK

see breakdown.

BREAKDOWN

THE WHO AND THE WHAT
Written by Ayad Akhtar
directed by TBD
First Rehearsal: 2/5/2019
Opening: 3/5/2019
Closing: 3/24/2019
Extension Closing: 3/31/2019

Zarina
32, of South-Asian origin, gimlet-gazed, lovely, though her appearance already lightly worn from worry.

Mahwish
25 --light and carefree younger sister. Even lovelier. A real knockout.

Afzal
50’s, Zarina and Mahwish's gregarious, larger-than-life father. He has a very noticeable Indo-Pak accent

Eli
30, White, with a beard, looking cleaned up and eager. Not particularly handsome, but very soulful.

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JAZZ
Written by Nambi E. Kelley
adapted from the book by Toni Morrison
Directed by TBD
First Rehearsal: 3/26/2019
Opening: 4/30/2019
Closing: 5/19/2019
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.

DORCAS:
Very light-skinned African-American, to play late teens-early 20s, tempestuous, haughty, insecure, unwomanly, a plain jane.

A PIANO:
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 .

A CLARINET:
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 .

A TRUMPET:
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.

A SAX:
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.
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WINK
Written by Jen Silverman
directed by Mike Donahue
First Rehearsal: 5/14/2019
Opening: 6/18/2019
Closing: 7/7/2019
Extension Closing: 7/14/2019

Sophie F
Dissatisfied in her marriage. Her cat has gone missing.

Gregor M
Her husband. He skinned the cat.

Wink M
The cat. Lithe, dangerous, sensuous.

Doctor Frans M
A psychologist. Doctor to both Sofie and Gregor.

Union

EPA

Audition Information

Where

Ripley-Grier Studios (939)
939 8th Ave
New York, NY 10019

Studio 2A, Holding in Studio 2B, both on 2nd floor

WHEN
Thursday, November 1, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Lunch 1 to 2

WHAT TO PREPARE

Prepare 2 brief contrasting, contemporary monologues, TOTALING no more than 2 minutes. Bring picture.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

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