Tuesday, July 27, 2010

New York Stage Casting Update: July 27, 2010

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(NEW) Le Chateau, auditions by appt.
Auditions by appointment only. Please email Pics/Resumes and request for audition time to: everetteproduction@gmail.com. For additional info, please call Demedrius Charles (646) 552- 9594 or Courtney Everette (646) 831 2183. Auditions will be held Saturday, July 31st, at Studios 353, 353 West 48th St, 2nd floor.

Producers Demedrius Charles and Courtney Everette will hold auditions for Le Chateau a new play written in poetic style by Demedrius Charles and directed by Courtney Everette. Le Chateau tells the story of three women who deals with the harsh reality of life in a house of prostitution in New Orleans red-light district in 1900. Play will be presented at the Paul Robeson Theatre, 30 Greene Ave Brooklyn, NY, beginning Thursday, Sept 9th. Rehearsals begin Monday, Aug. 9th.

(white) -last 30's to early 40's,

Tatiana (black) -early 30's,

Lily (light skin black woman) - early 20's,

Madam (white) -late 40's-to early 50's, Music man black) - early 30's with some music ability.

Anna (black) 20's,

Jane (black) 20's and also looking to cast a

Male Little person (white or black)- 30-40's.

(NEW) Doubt, NJ
Wednesday, August 18th at 7:30 - 9:30 PM & Sunday, August 22nd at 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Center Playhouse (35 South Street, Freehold NJ). ~ Please prepare a 2 minute MEMORIZED dramatic monologue. Cold readings from the script will also be conducted. Please bring your resume and headshot (if you have one). Rehearsals will start right after Labor Day and be conducted Sunday - Thursday evenings. Performances will run from October 15 - November 14, 2010. Please contact the Director with any questions at AnthonyLGreco@Aol.com. For more info visit us on the web at www.CenterPlayers.com.

Center Players, the award-winning resident theatre company of Freehold, is holding OPEN auditions for the first show of their 10th Anniversary Season…Doubt. John Patrick Shanley’s Tony Award & Pulitzer Prize winning drama. Directed by Anthony Greco.

Seeking: ALL ROLES OPEN! Looking to fill the following roles …

SISTER ALOYSIUS BEAUVIER: female, 50+. The principal of the St. Nicholas school. She is stern, suspicious, and cynical, making a point of showing the students no weakness and discouraging signs of weakness in the nuns under her.

FATHER FLYNN: male, 30s - early 40s. Comes from a working-class background, and he is comfortable with the boys of his parish. He teaches religion and physical education. His manner with the boys, shown is tough yet caring: he offers advice; criticizes; even pokes at fun. Father Flynn believes in being open and caring, that he follows the Bible’s teachings of love.

SISTER JAMES: female 20s. An earnest young nun who starts out eager to teach her students and pique their interest in history. She believes the best of her students and approaches their problems with compassion and sympathy. These are qualities that Sister Aloysius warns her against

MRS. MULLER: female, African-American, late 30s - early 40s. The mother of Donald Muller, the first black child to attend St. Nicholas. She has been afraid that he would meet with hostility in the predominantly Irish and Italian neighborhood and was comforted to know that Father Flynn formed a close bond with the boy.