AUDITIONS FOR:  
  THE GLASS MENAGERIE  
  AUDITION DATES:
Sunday, June 2nd: 4pm - 5:30pm
Monday, June 3rd: 6:30pm - 8pm


AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:
You must fill out an online audition form HERE  and sign up for an audition time slot.
We will be auditioning from cold readings from the script.

PRODUCTION INFORMATION:
Production: September 20, 21 & 27@8pm - September 28@3pm
All Day Rehearsal: Saturday, September 14 10am
Rehearsal Schedule: We typically rehearse on a Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday rotation
Dress Rehearsals: September 16 - 19  

ROLES AVAILABLE:
Tom Wingfield:
Male, 20’s to mid 30’s. The play's narrator, he recounts memories of his family to the audience. Languishing in a dead end job in the shoe warehouse, Tom is a restless dreamer, torn between his responsibility to his family and chasing his desires.

Amanda Wingfield:
Female, 50-65. An aging Southern belle clinging to her memories of a more genteel time and place. Deserted by her husband, she is left alone to care for her two children.

Laura Wingfield:
Female, 28-35. Sensitive and painfully shy. A childhood illness has left her physically impaired. She seeks refuge from reality in an imaginary world of glass animals and old records.

The Gentleman Caller/Jim O'Connor:
Male, 20’s to mid 30’s A co-worker of Tom's from the warehouse and a former classmate of Laura's. He is your average, everyday, nice guy. He has an easygoing demeanor.
 
     
  THE THANKSGIVING PLAY  
  AUDITION DATES:
Sunday, July 21st: 4pm - 5:30pm
Monday, July 22th: 6:30PM - 8PM
Tuesday, July 23rd: 6:30pm - 8pm - This day will also be used for callbacks if necessary

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS:
You must fill out an online audition form HERE and sign up for an audition time slot HERE
We will be auditioning with sides from the script -
SIDES ARE DOWNLOADABLE BELOW  -  SEE CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS

PRODUCTION INFORMATION:
Production: November 8, 9 & 15 @8pm - November 16 @3pm
All Day Rehearsal:  Saturday, November 2 - 10am
Rehearsal Schedule: We typically rehearse on a Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday rotation
Dress Rehearsals: November 4 - 7  

***NOTE FROM PLAYWRIGHT*** The adult roles are open to actors of any gender or race/ethnicity. What is important is that the actors be able to “pass” as white Character age range: 20’s - late 40’s

ROLES AVAILABLE / CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS:
 
 

LOGAN - Female, Caucasian looking, the high school drama teacher that’s always pushing the envelope in potentially inappropriate ways. Earnest about theatre and proving herself.  “Woke,” vegan, nauseated at the mere mention of turkey. All ages open. In her note on casting, playwright Larissa Fasthorse writes: "People of color that can pass as white should be considered” and we are very much encouraging actors who identify in this way to audition. Actor must have  strong comedic skills & an adventurous sense of play. (Logan Side 1, Logan Side 2, Logan Side 3)

JAXTON - Male, Caucasian looking, yoga practitioner/actor. Politically correct to a fault, a big one. He’s that confident guy everyone loves, but his logical PC thinking takes weird turns. Self-described “vegan ally.” All ages open. In her note on casting, playwright Larissa Fasthorse writes: "People of color that can pass as white should be considered” and we are very much encouraging actors who identify in this way to audition. Actor must have  strong comedic skills & an adventurous sense of play. (Jaxton Side 1, Jaxton Side 2, Jaxton Side 3)

ALICIA - Female, brunette, Caucasian looking but has looks that would have been cast as ethnic in 1950s movies. Without guile. Sexy and hot, but not bright. All ages open. In her note on casting, playwright Larissa Fasthorse writes: "People of color that can pass as white should be considered” and we are very much encouraging actors who identify in this way to audition. Actor must have  strong comedic skills & an adventurous sense of play. (Alicia Side 1, Alicia Side 2, Alicia Side 3)

CADEN - Male, Caucasian looking, the academic. Awkward elementary school history teacher with dramatic aspirations but no experience. His dream is to have his plays performed by semi-professional actors. All ages open. In her note on casting, playwright Larissa Fasthorse writes: "People of color that can pass as white should be considered” and we are very much encouraging actors who identify in this way to audition. Actor must have  strong comedic skills & an adventurous sense of play. (Caden Side 1, Caden Side 2)