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All’s Well That Ends Well (Local Tour) - Local EPA

The Old Globe Theatre
Category:Performer

Description:

The Old Globe Theatre | San Diego, CA

Call Type
Equity Principal

Contract
LORT Non-Rep
LORT Min $600/wk for reh & $812/wk for perf

Personnel
Associate Producer Justin Waldman and Casting Associate Bernadette Hanson will be present at auditions. Director will not be present.

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

Other Dates
1st Rehearsal: 10/6/14
Tour Starts: 10/28/14
Closing: 11/9/14

Other
There are no stage management positions available.

Actors who cannot attend this audition may submit headshot and resume to casting@theoldglobe.org.

www.theoldglobe.org

Seeking
Equity Male and Female actors. All ethnicities are encouraged to attend. Particularly seeking bonafide local San Diego actors. See breakdown for details.

Breakdown

Roles will not be understudied.

Helena - The play's heroine. The orphan daughter of a great doctor, she is the ward of the Countess of Rousillon, and hopelessly in love with the Countess' son, Bertram. Her good qualities are attested to by nearly every character in the play, and events prove her a resourceful and determined woman, who is not easily discouraged by setbacks. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

Bertram - The Count of Rousillon since the death of his father, and the Countess' only son. A handsome, well-liked young man, he proves to be an excellent soldier, but a cad in his relationship with Helena, who he unwillingly marries and quickly abandons. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

Countess - The mother of Bertram, the mistress of Rousillon, and Helena's guardian, she is a wise, discerning old woman who perceives Helena's worth and rejoices when she marries Bertram. When Bertram treats Helena badly, the Countess is quick to condemn his behavior. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

King of France - Bertram's liege lord. He is deathly ill when the play begins, and is miraculously cured by Helena, who uses one of her father's medicines. Like the Countess, he loves Helena, and is appalled by Bertram's behavior. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

Lafew - An old French nobleman, who offers advice to the King and is friendly with the Countess. He is wise and discerning, perceiving both Helena's worth and Parolles' worthlessness. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

Parolles - A companion of Bertram, he is a coward, a liar and a braggart, who pretends to be a great soldier when he is nothing of the sort. He is eventually exposed and disgraced. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

First Lord - A genial French nobleman named Dumaine, he serves in the Florentine army and becomes friends with Bertram. Aware of Parolles' character, he and his brother, the Second Lord plot to expose him for what he is.

Second Lord - The First Lord Dumaine's brother, similar in character and also a friend to Bertram.

Diana - A young virgin in Florence, who Bertram attempts to seduce. She assists Helena in tricking him into sleeping with his lawful wife. ROLE HAS BEEN CAST.

Widow - Diana's mother.

Mariana - A woman of Florence.

Duke of Florence - The ruler of Florence, many French lords (including Bertram, Parolles, and Dumaine) volunteer to fight for him.

Clown - An old servant of the Countess, who serves as a messenger and enjoys coarse, sexual humor.

Steward - Another servant of the Countess.

Appointments
Sign-up day of. Doors will be open at 9:00am. Will see Non-Equity actors as time allows. No phone calls, please.

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

Always bring your Equity Membership Card to auditions.


Company:
The Old Globe Theatre

Contact:

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Response Method(s):

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Audition Information

When:

Thursday, September 4, 2014
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Lunch break 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


Where:

Old Globe Rehearsal Hall
1439 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92101
House of Charm, Balboa Park, Alcazar Garden


What to Prepare:

(2) one-min contrasting Shakespeare monologues.



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