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Audition dates: Wed May 15 & Thurs May 16, 2019

Written by Bruce Gibbon Fell, directed by Jennifer H. Capraru

Engagement: Union/non-union, under CAEA engagement, F House (to be confirmed)
Deadline for submissions: May 10 / 2019

Rehearsals: Tues Sept 3 - 27 / 19
First Preview: Sat Sept 28 / 19
Opening: Wed Oct 2 / 19
Closing: Sun Oct 13 / 19

Audition dates: Wed May 15 & Thurs May 16, 2019
Callbacks: TBD

Audition requirements:
- Bilingual Spanish/English or good fluency will be strongly prioritized
- Please perform one 3 min comic monologue of your choice
- You may be asked to read / work a scene from the play
- Selected applicants will receive a side, as well as the complete script, in advance

Georgie (10 years old) Latinx bourgeois South American boy. Spends every summer in his wealthy parents' country estate. Wants to be his father, or like the men in the company his Father owns when he grows up.

We require a versatile actor 20’s - 30’s with at least 3 years of professional experience out of training. The style of the piece is physical theatre with some crazy dancing. Movement facility is essential, as is the ability to play an 10 year old boy.

The play is comic in many instances, but has dark undertones and requires considerable range. The children, at times, also play adults - their parents - in a funny but scary way.

We welcome applications from male-identifying performers of all cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Applications will be accepted in english or spanish. If you require any accommodations during the application or audition process, please contact us. While we thank everyone for their submission, only those selected for an audition will be contacted.

If interested please e-mail the following to Sue Balint, Producer at Include with your submission:
1. Your name, contact information and CV (.pdf format)
2. HEADSHOT (.jpg format only)
3. 4-5 lines on what interests you about the play.
4. Please write ‘MANIFESTO AUDITIONS” in subject line of your e-mail, along with your last name.

Posted by: So Much Drama / Aluna Theatre

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