Update: WE ARE CURRENTLY FULLY BOOKED FOR AUDITION TIMES
Where will it be rehearsed: Toronto Ontario
Title of Production: Criminal Genius
Playwright: George F. Walker
Director: Cedric Martin
Performed: Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace
Producing Company: Don’t Look Down Theatre Company
- Rolly Moore: Age 22-70. Small time crook who is against violence. He is always looking to make a quick buck. Note: This role is written as Stevie’s Father, but could also be cast as his brother.
- Amanda Castle: Age 22-35. Professional chef who has lived in the shadow of her father for too long. Strong and independent. Commanding presence who won’t back down to anyone.
- Shirley “The Pearl” Katakis: Age 35-70. A tough-looking woman in charge of the criminal operation that Stevie and Rolly try to carry out. She always has a plan forming. She is looking for a way to rise in the ranks.
- Note: The roles of Stevie Moore and Phillie Philips have already been cast.
Type of Audition: By appointment
How to Book an Appointment or Submit a Resume: Please email email@example.com to arrange an audition appointment and submit your resume/headshot. Please include the character you wish to audition for.
Deadline to Book Appointment or Submit Resume: February 7th, 6pm
Audition Preparation Requirements: Prepare the sides provided
Audition Dates and Times: February 9th. 3:30-9:30 PM
Audition Location and Address: The Commons, 587a College St. Toronto, ON.
Performance Dates: May 3-6 (May 1-2 are full tech days)
Rehearsals: February 25 until May 3. Sundays 4-10pm. Thursdays 9am-2pm. (More dates may be added closer to performance.)
Contact Name for More Information: Cedric Martin
Contact E-Mail for More Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information: “A classic black comedy from the king of the genre, Canadian playwright George F. Walker, this is one high-octane local production. It’s the story of two totally unlovable losers, Rolly and his son Stevie, who manage to bumble their way from peddling porn to kidnapping to arson and beyond.” ~ Winnipeg Free Press, Margo Goodhand 7/7/2011
Don’t Look Down encourages submissions from professional and emerging applicants of all backgrounds, identities, and abilities. When making casting decisions, the creative team considers many different criteria. We envision a cast that reflects the rich diversity of our performing arts community and of the city of Toronto.
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