Audition date: November 13th, 2019
Casting for a 2 week-long run of "Living with Olivia Cadence Donovan," which will be performed this January 14th-25th, 2020 in the Tankhouse Theatre at the Young Centre in Toronto.
Written by: Allison Shea Reed
Directed by: Sean O’Brien
Synopsis: Emily has been living with Olivia her whole life. Olivia is her best friend and roommate, her protector and her downfall. She can be extraordinarily difficult and time consuming but she is always there. Olivia is Emily's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Living with Olivia Cadence Donovan" is a play about a young woman in her twenties not just surviving, but living, with OCD.
- Emily*: A twenty-five year old suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (*ROLE IS CAST)
- Olivia: Her OCD in human form. She should read as charming and genuine but protective. Her ultimate goal always is protecting Emily from harm.
- Rowan*: He is her roommate, a baker, and her rock. (*ROLE IS CAST)
- Graham: The boy she loves and doesn’t want to lose. He is goofy but sincere. His spirit animal would be a golden retriever.
We are looking for 2 actors (1 Male identifying—Graham, 1 female identifying—Olivia) who read as mid-twenties and are excited to dive into the project. Along with your headshot and resume, please indicate if you have any conflicts November 2019 -January 2020.
RedWit Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in all its work. We work proactively to be fair and equitable in practice and to build diversity into our teams, creative communities, programs and services. RedWit encourages actors of backgrounds (race, gender, age, etc.) to apply.
Auditions will be held the evening of November 13th, with call-backs the following week, and Rehearsals running from late November-January with a break for the holidays. Profit-share.
Send your audition submission with subject line: “Audition Submission: YOUR NAME”, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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