FLINT REPERTORY THEATRE 2018-19 SEASON GENERAL EQUITY AND NON-EQUITY AUDITIONS IN DETROIT AND FLINT

Actors should prepare a two-minute monologue. Those wishing to be considered for musicals should prepare a contemporary musical theatre song as well. Accompanist will be provided. Actors may be asked to read additional sides. Equity stage managers may sign up for ten-minute interview slots as well.

Sign up for ten-minute audition slots at casting@FlintRep.org or by calling

810-237-1530.

Seeking performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds, shapes, sizes and types.

SEEKING DISABLED AND NON-DISABLED ACTORS for the role of Laura in The Glass Menagerie.

Personnel in attendance from The Rep: Michael Lluberes, Producing Artistic Director, Kathryn Walsh, Director

 

DETROIT AUDITIONS (AEA AND NON-AEA):

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2018

12:00pm-6:00pm
Wayne State University - Bonstelle Rehearsal Space Room 4416
Old Main Building
480 W Hancock St,
Detroit, MI 48201 (Entrance on Hancock, Paid parking available)

 

FLINT AUDITIONS (AEA AND NON-AEA):

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2018
12:00pm-6:00pm
FLINT REPERTORY THEATRE
1220 E. Kearsley St
Flint, MI 48503

If you’re unable to make the auditions, we encourage video submissions. Please send headshot/resume and video link to: casting@FlintRep.org.

 

FLINT REPERTORY THEATRE 2018-19 SEASON CASTING BREAKDOWN SEEKING EQUITY AND NON-EQUITY ACTORS (AEA SPT 3 CONTRACT)

SIGNATURE SERIES:

ASSASSINS

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr.
Directed by Michael Lluberes
Rehearsals: October 9-November 8, 2018
Performances: November 9-18, 2018
Elgood Theatre

SEEKING:

[JOHN WILKES BOOTH] Male. Late 20s-30s. The actor, impassioned defender of the South, an unrepentant racist and dreamer. Charismatic, persuasive, not rational. Baritone (to G4). ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[LEAN CZOLGOSZ] Male. Late 20s-30s. An anarchist, formerly a laborer and socialist, who has seen and known suffering. A working class romantic. Baritone. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[SAMUEL BYCK] Male. 40s. Overweight. Divorced with four children, chronically unemployed and depressed, believes he is on a first name basis with Richard Nixon and Leonard Bernstein, for whom he records cassette tape greetings. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[CHARLES J. GUITEAU] Male. Late 30s-40s. A delusional fabulist and religious zealot with an inflated sense of his political potential and sexual magnetism: author of the book, "The Truth." Baritenor or tenor (to Ab4). ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[LEE HARVEY OSWALD] 20s-30s. Withdrawn, awkward, susceptible to grandiose ambitions. ALSO PLAYS: [BALLADEER] Male. 20s-30s. Plus if actor plays guitar, banjo or mandolin. A tenor with an aptitude for folk music; verbally adept, witty, optimistic. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[SQUEAKY FROMME] Female. Late 20s-30s. A willowy, volatile cultist, with a passion for guns devoted to Charles Manson. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[SARA JANE MOORE] Female. 40s. Disorganized single mother of one from West Virginia, with a reservoir of anger and a will to create chaos. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[JOHN HINCKLEY] Male. Late 20s-early 30s. Soft, privileged, would-be songwriter hell-bent to impress Jodie Foster. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[GUISEPPE ZANGARA] Male. Early 30s. An unemployed bricklayer, on the shorter side with respect to height, suffers abdominal pain likely due to adhesions of the gall bladder. Intent on killing kings and defending the poor. Tenor (to A4). ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[PROPRIETOR] Male. 30s-50s. Maniacal Carnival Barker. ALSO PLAYS: Radio Announcer, Hangman, other. Bass/Baritone. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[CHORUS ROLES] 3 male Bystanders- 20s-50s, 2 female Bystanders 20s-50s. All sing and play parts such as: Gerald Ford, James Garfield, James Blaine, Emma Goldman, etc ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

 

THE WOLVES

Playwright: Sarah DeLappe
Director: Kathryn Walsh
Rehearsals: January 8 – February 7, 2019
Performances: February 8-17, 2019
Bower Theatre (Black Box Configuration)

Seeking actors for "The Wolves." Note: This production will be an athletic endeavor for the teammates. Actors who are accomplished athletes and those with soccer experience should submit with a note highlighting their sports background.

[#11] Female. Midfield. Brainy, morbid, budding elitist, thoughtful, Seventeen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#25] Female. Defense, Captain. Classic (ex)coach’s daughter. Role does require a buzz cut, will wear a wig for majority of play; must be willing to shave head.

Seventeen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#13] Female. Midfield. Stoner, older pot dealer brother, into her wackiness. Sixteen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#46] Female. Bench. New girl. Awkward, different, just wants to fit in. Sixteen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#2] Female. Defense. Innocent, unlucky, kind, skinny. Sixteen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#7] Female. Striker. Too cool for school. Sarcastic, “fuck”, thick eyeliner. Almost seventeen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#14] Female. Midfield. #7’s insecure sidekick. Just switched to contacts. , Armenian-American. Sixteen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#8] Female. Defense. Plays dumber than she is. Sixteen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[#00] Female. Goalie. Intense performance anxiety, perfectionist, high achiever. Seventeen. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[SOCCER MOM] Female. 40-59. Mom of #14; warm, generous, suburban mom who prides herself on her involvement in her kid’s lives. No soccer experience necessary. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

 

THE GLASS MENAGERIE

By Tennessee Williams
Director: Michael Lluberes
Rehearsals: March 5- April 4, 2019
Performances: April 5-14, 2019
Elgood Theatre

[Amanda Wingfield] CAST: Janet Haley

[Tom Wingfield] Male. 20-35 years old. Narrator of the play. Conflicted and full of contradictions. A lover of literature and poetry who dreams of adventure and escape. However, he is inextricably bound to the Wingfield household. Explosive, mercurial, lonely, and caring. A suffocating dreamer. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[Laura Wingfield] Female. 20-35 years old. Delicate and compassionate, but emotionally and physically stunted. Fragile and painfully shy. Laura stands in sharp contrast to the selfishness displayed by the other members of her family. Retreats from reality through her collection of glass animals. SEEKING DISABLED AND NON-DISABLED ACTORS. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

[Jim O'Connor] Male. 20-35 years old. The Gentleman Caller. Handsome, with an easy charm. Tom's lone friend at the warehouse and former classmate of Laura's. An outstanding success in high school, but life since graduation has been tougher than he expected and he is not quite the golden boy he once was. Still, he is cheerful and optimistic and does his best to draw Laura out of her shell. ETHNICITY: All Ethnicities

 

SONGS ABOUT STUFF: THE MUSIC OF WALLY PLEASANT

World Premiere Musical
Music and Lyrics by Wally Pleasant
Conceived by Michael Lluberes
Director: Michael Lluberes
Rehearsals: March 5- April 4, 2019
Performances: April 5-14, 2019
Elgood Theatre

Welcome to the hilarious world of singer-songwriter Wally Pleasant! This intimate world premiere musical revue is an offbeat celebration of his music, humor and quirky way of looking at the world.

SEEKING: Diverse company of 18-35 year olds with great voices and great senses of humor. Looking for all ethnicities, shapes and sizes. Unique musical theatre, rock, pop and folk voices. Quirky Michigan types. Please note if actors play musical instruments.

 

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