Theater: Plays

Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 2014-15 Season

Casting notice expires: July 30, 2014

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Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Nancy Rominger, assoc. dir.

Production Description

Casting Alabama Shakespeare Festival's upcoming 2014-15 season. Season includes: "A Christmas Carol" (Charles Dickens, writer; Geoffrey Sherman, dir.-adaptation. Rehearsals begin Oct. 28; runs Nov. 28-Dec. 24); "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" (Christopher Durang, writer; dir. TBA. Rehearsals begin Dec. 26, 2014; runs Jan. 23-May 15, 2015); "Alabama Story" (Kenneth Jones, writer; Karen Azenberg, dir.; co-production with Pioneer Theatre Company. Rehearsals begin Jan. 27; runs Jan. 31-Feb. 8); "The Liar" (David Ives, writer; dir. TBA. Rehearsals begin Jan. 28; runs Mar. 6-May 16); "King Lear" (William Shakespeare, writer; dir. TBA. Rehearsals begin Mar. 11; runs Apr. 17-May 17); and a summer musical TBA (Rehearsals begin June 16; runs July 17-Aug. 16).

Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations

Season rehearses and runs in Montgomery, AL.

Compensation & Union Contract Details

Pays: $753/wk. min. & $600/wk. min. Equity LORT Non-Rep C & D contracts (two stages).


July 29th in Montgomery, AL. Sign up or Log In to apply.


"A Christmas Carol"
All Roles Available


"Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike"
All Roles Available


"Alabama Story"
1959. Montgomery, Alabama: The Deep South; and beyond.

Garth Williams: 
(50ish.) a writer and illustrator from the East Coast. Doubles.

Lily Whitfield: 
(30) a white woman from small-town Alabama privilege

Joshua Moore: 
(30) a middle-class African-American man, who left Alabama more than a decade earlier

Senator E. W. Higgins: 
(50ish) a white Alabama State Senator

Emily Wheelock Reed: 
(50ish) a white librarian, born in North Carolina and raised in Indiana

Thomas Franklin: 
(28) a white reference librarian, an Alabama native


"The Liar"
All Roles Available


"King Lear"
All Roles Available


A summer musical to be announced
All Roles Available