A Doll's House Part 2 - NYC Appointments
LORT D. $676/wk, plus transportation &
Artistic Director: Les Waters
Artistic Producers: Emily Tarquin
Artistic Manager: Zachary Meier-Buzzi
Writer: Lucas Hnath
Director: Pirronne Yousefzadeh
Casting: Judy Bowman CSA
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Submissions from AEA members for various
roles. See breakdown.
SYNOPSIS: Obie Award-winning playwright and Humana Festival alumnus Lucas Hnath’s work takes
the stage in Louisville once again with A Doll’s House, Part 2, which imagines Nora’s return 15 years
after the final, iconic moments of Henrik Ibsen’s seminal masterpiece A Doll’s House. Nora’s return
sparks an endlessly open debate about the value of the institution of marriage, the nature of true
partnership, and the possibilities of societal progress.
Female. Any ethnicity. Late 40s/50s. Intelligent and independent, she takes great pride in her success
Female. Any ethnicity. 60s. The nanny of the Helmer household. Big-hearted, candid, and quick to
make every sacrifice for those around her.
Male. Any ethnicity. 50s-60s Nora’s estranged husband. On the surface, he is measured and
reserved. He feels quite deeply, but is unsure of how to express it.
Female. Any ethnicity. Early 20s. Nora and Torvald’s daughter. Young, but not to be underestimated.
Cunning and wise, self-aware, and in some ways, a traditional romantic.
NYC auditions to be held on 5/31 and 6/1 by
For consideration, email (preferred) or mail
piture and resume. Subject line must include:
"DOLLS HOUSE PART TWO CASTING:
[YOUR NAME]" firstname.lastname@example.org
Actors Theatre of Louisville
Attn: DOLLS HOUSE PART TWO CASTING
316 West Main Street,
Louisville, KY 40202