Director: Trey Lyford
Artistic Director: Alexander Burns
Artistic Associate: Lee Cortopassi
Auditions attended by Director: Trey Lyford,
Artistic Director: Alexander Burns and a reader
First Rehearsal: May 8. Opening: June 8.
Closing: June 30. (Possible extension through
Performances run Wednesday – Fridays at
7:30pm, Saturdays at 2pm & 7:30pm and
Sunday at 3pm.
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
Equity actors who also play musical
instruments. Please see breakdown for
details. Quintessence is committed to diversity
Adapted from Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters. (Commedia names in italics.) All actors will sing
in the production. Please include vocal range and list any instruments played along with proficiency
Charlie "The Duck" Clench (50s) (Pantalone): A retired gangster who runs a successful scrap metal
Pauline Clench (20s/30s) (Clarice): His simple and naïve daughter.
Alan Dangle (20s/30s) (Silvio): A very dramatic actor with leading man aspirations, and Pauline's
Harry Dangle (60s) (Lombardi): Alan's father. Clench's crooked solicitor, Dangle, Berry and Bush.
Pretends to be posh.
Stanley Stubbers (mid-20s) (Florindo Aretusi): A romantic, violent, upper-class criminal. Also Rachel
Rachel Grabbe (mid-20s) (Beatrice Rosponi): The identical twin sister of Roscoe, a notorious
gangster. Able to pass for her brother, she assumes his person after his death, and is mistaken for
Lloyd Boateng (50s) (Brighella): Charlie’s friend from prison - an ex-con turned pub owner and chef.
Dolly (30s) (Smeraldina): Charlie Clench’s intellectual feminist zaftig bookkeeper.
For an appointment contact Lee Cortopassi,
Sedgwick Cultural Center
7137 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119
There is free parking in the public lot across
the street from 7137. Please check in at the
theatre. Some auditions/callbacks may be held
in adjacent rehearsal space (7165
Friday, January 18, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
WHAT TO PREPARE
Sides to be presented with audition
appointment. Bring picture and resume.