Castings

 

CATEGORY
Performer
TITLE
Theatre Lab 2018 - Boca Raton FL EPA
DESCRIPTION
Call Type: EPA 
CONTRACT 
Guest Artist / Special Appearance
Guest Artist Tier 2 (Mainstage) or
Special Appearance Level 2 (Educational Outreach Production) GA T2: $459 ; SP AP L2 $372 
PERSONNEL 
Matt Stabile, Artistic Director
Louis Tyrrell, Founding Director
Joanna Oreggo, Administrative Assistant 
OTHER 
An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. 
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. 
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. 
SEEKING 
Equity performers to fill roles for three Mainstage productions, one Educational Outreach Production, and various readings throughout 2018-19 
BREAKDOWN 
Educational Outreach Production - Special Appearance (2) $372 per week, no health 
RONIA, THE ROBBER'S DAUGHTER 
by Allison Gregory, 
directed by Matt Stabile - Educational Outreach Production
First Rehearsal: 8/21,
Open 9/6, 
Run 9/6-9/22
A U.S. Premiere 
In a mythic countryside in a mountain fort surrounded by wild forest and creatures, young Ronia is raised and loved by her family, who happen to be a band of robbers. Everything changes when she encounters the impetuous son of a rival band of robbers.
All actors play multiple roles - primary role is listed. 
ACTOR 1 Female, plays LOVIS, Ronia’s mother, Matt’s wife), loving & strong, singer 
ACTOR 2 Male, plays NOODLE PETE, silly old man & BORKA, leader of rival robber-gang 
ACTOR 3 Male, plays MATT, Ronia’s father, boisterous, leader of robber gang 
ACTOR 4 Male, plays BIRK, Borka’s son, Ronia’s closest friend, kind-hearted and adventurous 
ACTOR 5 Female, plays RONIA, adventurous, full of mischief, true of heart 
ACTOR 6 Female, plays UNDIS, Birk’s mother
_______________ 
MAINSTAGE PRODUCTIONS - GUEST ARTIST TIER 2, $459 per week 
TAR BEACH 
by Tammy Ryan, 
directed by Matt Stabile - A Regional Premiere 
First Rehearsal: 11/6/18,
Preview 11/29, 
Show runs 11/30-12/16 
Tar Beach takes place in 1970s New York City as teenagers navigate adolescence, a failing marriage and a power outage while the Son of Sam roams free. 
REENIE
Female, 14 years old, the dreamweaver of the play, painfully shy – seeking actor 18+ who can play 14 
MARY CLAIRE
Female, 16, Reenie’s sister, trouble, boy-crazy – seeking actor 18+ who can play 16 
MARY FRANCES
Female, 16 going on 30, Mary Claire’s best friend & cohort – seeking actor 18+ who can play 16 
ROGER:
Male, 38, Reenie’s father, Teamster truckdriver, a dreamer, a drinker 
BRIGIT
Female, 35, Reenie’s mother, a cook in a deli, unhappy, smoker & drinker
________________ 
WE WILL NOT BE SILENT 
by David Meyers, 
directed by Louis Tyrrell - A Regional Premeire 
First Rehearsal: 1/15/19, 
Preview 2/7/19 Run 2/8-2/24 
"We Will Not Be Silent" tells the true story of Sophie Scholl, a German college student who led the only major act of civil disobedience to the Nazis during the Second World War. 
SOPHIE SCHOLL
Female, 21, a college student caught up in a revolution 
KURT GRUNWALD
Male, late 40’s, A Nazi police officer, a seasoned veteran, forceful but conflicted 
HANS SCHOLL
Male, 24, Sophie’s brother, committed to the cause
__________________ 
HARLOWE 
by Jennifer Lane, 
directed by Matt Stabile - A World Premiere
First Rehearsal: 3/5/18,
Preview 3/28, 
Run 3/29-4/14 
After suffering a potent physical trauma, Harlowe loses her sense of touch. When her sister brings her home to convalesce, she retreats to the bathroom and spends hour after hour languishing in the tub. 
HARLOWE is a story of sisters and bodies; it is a story of how we heal. 
HARLOWE 
Female, mid-20’s, poetic, suffered physical trauma – role calls for nudity
REESE 
Female, Harlowe’s sister, late 20’s, organized, the caretaker of the family 
DAVIS 
Male, 13, growing into his new body, funny, smart – seeking actor 16+ who can play 13 
EDWIN
Male, their father, quick-wit, a drinker, but not mean, relatively absent from the day-to-day activities of the family 
SCOTT
Male, late 20’s, ex-boyfriend of Harlowe, recently divorced, re-evaluating his life 
APPOINTMENTS 
Email appointment requests to jorrego2014@fau.edu. No phone calls please.
UNION
EPA
AUDITION INFORMATION
WHERE
Florida Atlantic University 
777 Glades Rd
Boca Raton, FL 33431-6424 
Theatre Lab, Parliament Hall 
WHEN
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
10:30 AM - 6:30 PM 
Lunch 1:30 to 2:30
WHAT TO PREPARE
Please prepare 1-2 contemporary monologues totaling no more than 3 minutes. Please provide one headshot & resume.
MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT

CATEGORY

Performer


TITLE

Theatre Lab 2018 - Boca Raton FL EPA


DESCRIPTION

Call Type: EPA 


CONTRACT 

Guest Artist / Special Appearance

Guest Artist Tier 2 (Mainstage) or

Special Appearance Level 2 (Educational Outreach Production) GA T2: $459 ; SP AP L2 $372 


PERSONNEL 

Matt Stabile, Artistic Director

Louis Tyrrell, Founding Director

Joanna Oreggo, Administrative Assistant 


OTHER 

An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition. 


Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition. 


Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions. 


SEEKING 

Equity performers to fill roles for three Mainstage productions, one Educational Outreach Production, and various readings throughout 2018-19 


BREAKDOWN 


Educational Outreach Production - Special Appearance (2) $372 per week, no health 


RONIA, THE ROBBER'S DAUGHTER 

by Allison Gregory, 

directed by Matt Stabile - Educational Outreach Production

First Rehearsal: 8/21,

Open 9/6, 

Run 9/6-9/22

A U.S. Premiere