Friday, December 11, 2009

New York Stage Casting Update: Dec 8, 2009

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(NEW) SOME GIRL(S), auditions by appt.
Auditions/Callbacks: Wed, December 16, 2009 by appointment only, Pearl Studios, 500 8th Avenue, 4th Floor. Btwn. 35th and 36th. Send headshot/resume to Sides will be provided.

No Rules Theatre Company is holding auditions by appointment for Some Girl(s) by Neil LaBute. H Street Playhouse. Washington, DC. ( Directed by Joshua Morgan. Rehearsals start 02/09/2010. Performances 03/04 - 03/21. Thursday - Sunday (Two shows on Saturday). $150/week.

Housing/Travel stipend provided.

Seeking: Tyler (25-30): A pot-smoking wild child. Likes to have a good time and knows how to joke and mess around. She is habitually good at rolling with the punches, but that doesn't make her insincere or out of touch. All ethnicities welcome.

Some Girl(s): A Play
by  Neil Labute

(NEW) Platanos and Collard Greens, open call
Open call on Saturday, December 12th from 2pm to 6pm at Roy Arias Studios at 300 W. 43rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues) Room 500A. Please bring your headshot and resume. Sides will be distributed at the audition. Non Union. Stipend per performance, plus on tour hotel and transportation are provided.

Between the Lines Productions is casting the NYC and national touring productions of Platanos and Collard Greens. David Lamb, creator. Rehearsals begin immediately in NYC; currently running in NYC, plus various tour dates. For more information about the show visit New cast members are paid 50% of the above rates until successful completion of the three performances. New cast members are also expected to do some backstage work. Standard BTLP Company Member Rate: $100.00 Per Show – NYC (5 Boros). $125.00 Per Show – (Outside of 5 Boros) Non-overnight. $165.00 Per Show – Requiring overnight stay.

African-American Actors
: males and female, 18-22, to play college students; and African American male, 30s-40s to play father; and professor

Latina Actors: female, 18-22, to play college students, ability to speak Spanish a plus; and Latina female 30s-40s, to play the mother, ability to speak some Spanish a must. Note: All characters must be comfortable with spoken work/poetry/rap.