Time Stands Still - Local EPA (Day 2 of 2)

Amphibian Stage Productions
Fort Worth, TX

Job Details




Time Stands Still - Local EPA (Day 2 of 2)


Amphibian Stage Productions | Fort Worth, TX

Call Type
Equity Principal

SPT 3 (Transitional) - minimum $300/wk

See breakdown for details.

• EPA Rules are in effect.
• A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.

Other Dates
Callbacks: Monday, September 8 from 4:00 - 9:00pm
First rehearsal: February 3, 2015
Opening: February 26, 2015
Closing: March 22, 2015
Performances are Thursday through Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

There are a limited number of out-of-town contracts available for this production.

Actors for TIME STANDS STILL by Donald Marguiles.


Sarah Goodwin: 30’s-40’s. A Photojournalist. Cagey and delightfully witty with dry sense of humor. Views sentimentality as weakness but secretly feels things very deeply. Uses her lens to convey her emotion. It is how she feels things. Always roots for the underdog but hates being infirmed because she currently is the underdog. Reeling from a heart ache and unable to put things in to the proper context in her current context of a comfortable American life. She flirts with the idea of living a normal life and burying the past in order not to have to deal with the emotions of it. Think Beatrice from Much Ado meets Darlene from Roseanne if Darlene grew up to be a photojournalist in war zones.

James Dodd: 30’s-40’s. A writer. Flirted with the same addiction to danger as Sarah but a near death experience has changed him. He wants normalcy. He is happy to be the wind beneath Sarah’s wings and let her be the star. He knows how phenomenally talented she is and loves her for it. He gets Sarah. He rarely takes her personally and instead finds great delight in how he can anticipate her moods and needs. During the play however, he learns to think of his big picture, and put his needs for the future first. A classic –nice guy.

Richard Ehrlich: 40-50’s. A photo editor. Smart, funny, adept at handling personalities. Constantly in rooms full of vast wealth (which he himself has some of – not as much as others- but enough). He moves seamlessly between artist and funder. All his middle aged male friends covet his life. In the play he functions as the ultimate peace keeper. He’s part of their family. They all get along because they all have the same amount of hunger- his is just directed in more traditional, less dangerous directions. A connoisseur of excellence, he has a great eye and exceptional taste- in art and people.

Mandy Bloom - 20--30's. Mandy is beautiful and surprising. She's not afraid of much in life, including admitting what she doesn't know. She's a bit of a fish out of water with these intelligencia but she has her own value system and doesn't get thrown off. She feels everything but she chooses not to live in dark emotions for that long. She chooses to have a joyful life and is infectious to those around her and effects a deep change in them. Should not be played as vapid- should be played as caring, with a strong sense of justice.


Mary Catherine Burke (Director) has been an Artistic Director, Associate Producer and Freelance Director for over a decade. She was a producing associate at Vital Theatre Company for a year before serving as the Artistic Director of Millbrook Playhouse in PA where she produced 38 shows in three years directing ten of them and commissioning two. She has recently joined The New York Musical Theatre Festival as their Director of Programming. This is her second time directing Steven Dietz's work, she directed September Call Up, an original ten-minute play for Mile Square Theatre in Hoboken, NJ. She has also directed at 59E59th, The Flea, Interlakes Theatre (NH), The Fringe Festival and Fringe Encores, *Winner of Best Ensemble, The Celebrity 24 Hour Plays at The American Airlines Theatre, HERE, ARS NOVA and EST’s Octoberfest, and The New York Music Theatre Festival, as well as NYU, Atlantic Theatre Company Theatre School and Columbia University. She has assistant directed on Broadway, off-Broadway and regionally. She is a graduate of SMU, member of Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Drama League Fall Fellow, and SDC.

Kathleen Anderson Culebro (Artistic Director) is the Founding Artistic Director of Amphibian Stage Productions. Since 2000 she has produced over 50 plays in Fort Worth and New York--most world, US, or regional premieres. Under her direction Amphibian has grown to be a regional theatre whose reputation for excellence allows the company to draw from the finest talent in the United States and beyond. Kathleen considers herself primarily a playwright and is the author of La Llorona, which premiered off-Broadway at the Beckett Theatre on Theatre Row in a production by Stageplays Theatre Company in 2007. A Leopard Complains of Its Spots premiered at the Pantheon Theatre on 42nd Street in New York in 2001. Other work includes France From a Roman Hill, Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They’re Not Out to Get You, and Vincent. Kathleen has taught Screenwriting at Texas Christian University and serves on the board of directors of many organizations in Fort Worth, including Trinity Shakespeare Festival, Fort Worth South, and Historic Fort Worth.

Please email for an audition time.

Performers of all ethnic and racial background are encouraged to attend.

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.



Audition Information


Amphibian Stage Productions
120 S. Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
There is free parking in the lot adjacent to the building and on the street


Please prepare one brief comedic monologue and one brief dramatic monologue. As auditions approach our staff may contact you to prepare sides from the script in addition to your monologues.