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November 1, 2018

Bagaduce Theatre 2019 Season - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:HAYFEVER by Noel Coward Directed by Patricia Conolly. First rehearsal 6/4/19. Performances from 6/20/19 through 7/7/19. Performances Thursday through Saturday at 7:00pm, Sundays at 3:00pm. Seeking: Sorrel Bliss, 20's Simon Bliss - 20's Sandy Tyrell - 20's Jackie Coryton - 20's Richard Greatham - 40's _________________ THE GLASS MENAGERIE by Tennessee Williams Directed by Patricia Conolly. First rehearsal 6/25/19. Performances from 7/18/19 through 8/4/19. PerformancesThursday through Saturday at 7:00pm, Sundays at 3:00pm. Seeking: Gentleman Caller - 20's ______________ BIRD OF PASSAGE by Colby Halloran Directed by Monique Fowler. First rehearsal 8/20/19. Performances from 9/6/19 through 9/29/19. Performances Friday and Saturday at 7:00pm, Sundays at 3:00pm Seeking: Ginnie: A struggling writer, single, without family, unpublished. Ginnie has been living anywhere she can find work as a caretaker in exchange for rent. She is practical, down to earth — a woman on her own for a long time. When the play begins she has just returned from Wales and is seeking a remote sanctuary (an island off the coast of Maine) where she can write about what happened on a farm in Wales. Ginnie is open-minded, smart, impulsive, and compassionate. Ginnie is not always by choice a bird of passage.


The Who And The What - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Afzal: Male, 55-59, Zarina and Mahwish's gregarious, larger-than-life father; he has a very noticeable Indo-Pak accent. Complex; modern sensibilities, not a stereotype, but a man of identity.


Marin Theatre Company - EPA - Actors
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Seeking:"The Who and the What" Zarina: 32, of South-Asian origin, gimlet-gazed, lovely, though her appearance already lightly worn from worry. Mahwish: 5 --light and carefree younger sister. Even lovelier. A real knockout. Afzal: 50’s, Zarina and Mahwish's gregarious, larger-than-life father. He has a very noticeable Indo-Pak accent Eli: 30, White, with a beard, looking cleaned up and eager. Not particularly handsome, but very soulful. __________________ "Jazz" Violet / Country Violet: Very dark-skinned African-American, plays herself from late teens to early 50s, a hair dresser, shrinking, slender if not bone skinny, contained rage at any moment that can and will explode, folks in The City call her "Violent." Joe Trace / Country Joe: African-American, plays himself from early 20s to early 50s, a sample case man, bold, gregarious, unobviously handsome, folks trust him instantly. Dorcas: Very light-skinned African-American, to play late teens-early 20s, tempestuous, haughty, insecure, unwomanly, a plain Jane. A Piano: Very dark skinned African-American, late teens-early 20s, covers Felice, Dorcas’ only friend, a pretty girl that doesn’t know she’s pretty, and Cigarette Girl . A Clarinet: 20s, Mixed race of African-American and Caucasian, looks white, a blonde haired, blue eyed, arrogant Mulatto Adonis who projects a lot of swag; covers Golden Gray, and Parrot, Violet’s blonde and green pet bird, and Acton. A Trumpet: African-American, 60s, covers Alice Manfred , Dorcas’ aunt who is a seamstress, repressed and stern in her repression; also covers True Belle who is Violet’s truth-telling grandmother. A Sax: African-American, 50s, covers Malvonne, Violet and Joe’s busy body neighbor, Country Gossip , City Madam. A Bass: very dark skinned African-American, 20s-early 30s, covers Henry Lestroy , an expertly skilled hunter, built to last, strong, virile, can have any woman he wants; doubles as A Country Banker, A City Numbers Runner. _______________ "Wink" Sophie: female, dissatisfied in her marriage. Her cat has gone missing. Gregor: male, her husband. He skinned the cat. Wink: male, the cat. Lithe, dangerous, sensuous. Doctor Frans: male, a psychologist. Doctor to both Sofie and Gregor.


Once On This Island - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ti Moune: Female, 18-25, a beautifully spirited peasant girl, full of restless energy and optimism; the heroine; tries to break social barriers to be with her love, Daniel; strong alto belt; strong musician skills; principal. Daniel: Male, 18-25, Ti Moune's love interest; a handsome, aristocratic young man who struggles with crossing social barriers; sensitive and poetic; strong tenor or baritenor; strong musician skills; principal. Mama Euralie: Female, 30-59, Ti Moune’s adoptive mother; described as an “old peasant"; caring, over-protective, superstitious, fiercely loving, and strong-willed, her similarities often lead to clashes with Ti Moune; strong alto; strong musician skills; principal. Asaka: Males & Females, 30-59, female or male; mother of the Earth; a mentor to Ti Moune; personifies the peasants’ connection to the land; she is generous and good-humored on the surface, but like all the gods feared by the islanders; her “motherly” facade is not to be trusted; she is powerful, funny, and ironic; strong mezzo belt/high tenor; strong musician skills; principal Erzulie: Female, 20-49, goddess of Love; a mentor to Ti Moune and foil to Papa Ge; the most approachable of the gods, but ultimately no less egocentric; one of the main instigators of the events of the story, she is looked upon fondly by the people; set out to prove that love is stronger than the fear of death, by love, she means the power of the human heart; strong soprano; strong musician skills; principal. Tonton Julian: Male, 30-59, Ti Moune’s adoptive father (“Tonton” is a French affectionate term for “Uncle”); described as an “old peasant"; he teaches Ti Moune that love has no limits, and he goes to great lengths to support her wishes; caring, loving, and practical; strong baritone; strong musician skills; principal. Agwe: Male, 20-59, god of Water; a mentor to Ti Moune; larger than life, mysterious; perhaps the peasants' greatest fear next to Papa Ge himself; commanding voice and presence; strong, dramatic baritone/bass with a big range; strong musician skills; principal. Papa Ge: Males & Females, 18+, female or male; god of Death; antagonist to the other gods; cunning, sly, manipulative, seductive, cynical, and teasing, he is feared by the people because of what he represents: the unknown that is death; the other main instigator of the drama; strong alto belt/baritone; strong musician skills; principal. Little Ti Moune: Female, 7-11, the younger version of Ti Moune; also plays the child for whom the story is told; energetic, confident, funny, and sweet; strong singer; principal.


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