Auditions

canadian drugstore meds viagra professional CASTING CALL:

Benchwarmers 2018

source Featuring short plays by Robert F. Benjamin, Michael Burgan, John Cullinan, Bronwen Denton-Davis, Janyth Fell and Paula Fell, Alix Hudson, Kita Mehaffy, and Helen Rynaski
at the Santa Fe Playhouse

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Audition Dates: Saturday, July 21st, 1pm-4pm; Sunday, July 22nd, 7pm-9pm
Callbacks:  (by invitation only) Thursday, July 26th, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Audition Location: The Playhouse Workshops, 3218 Calle Marie, Unit B

Production Dates:   Rehearsal – August 13th, 2018 – September 26th, 2018
Performances – September 27th-October 14, 2018
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30p, Sunday at 2:00p

Pay:                      $200 stipend

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In Attendance:  Director, Hamilton Turner; Artistic Director, Vaughn Irving

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=free-propecia-canadian Auditions by appointment. To secure an audition slot please send an email to artisticdirector@santafeplayhouse.org with your preferred time and date. Auditioners will be asked to prepare a 1 to 2 minute monologue. Sides from the plays will be read at callbacks. More info will be sent after you schedule an appointment. Actors without an appointment will be seen as time permits.

About Benchwarmers:

2018 signals the 17th anniversary of or popular short play festival, Benchwarmers. Featuring 8 plays by local New Mexican playwrights, all plays can have only one set piece, a park bench. This years Benchwarmers will be performed by an ensemble cast and have a single director.

Seeking:

A cast of 8 versatile actors to play many roles. We encourage actors of all ages and types to audition. We will be casting 5 women, 3 men to play the following roles:

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That’s Five by Kita Mehaffy:

MERRY: 20’s-30’s, Comfortable Oversharing, Close to homeless, Positive nature
THOMAS: 20’s-30’s, Business Casual, Trying to mind his own business, Politely stand offish

Garden Stalker by Janyth Fell and Paula Fell:

CONSTANCE: 50’s-60’s, By the book, VP of Garden Club, Nosy, Busy body, Intrusive, waiting for a garden plot
VAN: 40’s-50’s, Rational, Reasonably Distant, Veteran of Garden Club
MINA: 20’s-30’s, New to the Garden Club, Innocent, Newly Received her garden plot

The Explaining Room by Helen Rynaski:
SYLVIA: 60’s, Dead, Was on the verge of retirement, Not happy she didn’t get to retire, Not happy with her life
CAROLINA: 20’s, Dead, In disbelief of being dead, Was happy with her life, Brunch-Goer
VOICE #1: Customer Service Voice, Automated Message Style Politeness
VOICE #2: Terse, Blunt, Direct, Impatient

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Incarnadine by Alix Hudson:

HECTOR: 20’s, Student in first Shakespeare class, Close with his sister
ELISA: 20’s, Hector’s Sister, Older, Also a student
GEORGIA: 40’s-50’s, Accountant, Business Oriented, very Shy, Pragmatic
KIMMIE: 40’s-50’s, Scattered Mentally, Part-time student, Or used to be

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Broken Off by Robert F. Benjamin:

JAMES: 60’s, Dealing with his Daughter’s terminal illness, Copes with making jokes
LISA: 50’s-60’s, Flight attendant, Retiring after today, Not having a good last day

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The Bench by Bronwen Denton-Davis:

JOSH PARKER: 40’s 50’s, Works in cemetery, Empathetic, A listener
LILY CAMERON: 20’s-30’s, Lonely and a worrier

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One More Coffee by Michael Burgan:

MOLLY: 60’s, Good friends with Paul, Routine Oriented
PAUL: 60’s, Good friends with Molly, Routine Driven, Can’t hold in his feelings any longer

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Julian Box by John Cullinan:

HUGH: 30’s, Business Man, Egocentric, Self-Serving without realizing it
IGGY: 50’s-60’s, Basically a Bag-lady, Street goods peddler, Hints at something more
WENDY- 30’s, Down to Earth, Relishing in her new-found self confidence