Bare Bones Productions
Jane Ryan, dir.
Sarah Stillion's play is a fascinating look at the world of autism and the attempts to understand its origins and developmental theories. This moving and funny play requires a versatile company of actors who can play a range of ages and well-drawn characters.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Production runs during the Seattle Fringe Festival, Sept. 18-22, in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of downtown Seattle, WA.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Dr. Druid Rexton (Supporting):
Male, 42-50, All Ethnicities
a paleontologist and tenured professor.
Waylon Green (Lead):
Male, 3-23, All Ethnicities
a highly intelligent young boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder, actors must portray a distant preschooler and a college student who has never ...
Mrs. Avery Green (Lead):
Female, 23-41, All Ethnicities
Waylon's mother, a woman who is very well put together.
Mr. George Green (Lead):
Male, 25-40, All Ethnicities
Waylon's father who, in the course of the play, finally gets his act together.
Female, 23-29, All Ethnicities
a 20-something, cutting-edge preschool teacher.
Female, 22-30, All Ethnicities
a Master’s degree candidate in Psychology, with special certification to work with autistic adults, she is hired as a behavioral aide to hel...
Female, 23-43, All Ethnicities
a well-dressed, business woman at the bus stop.
Female, 27-53, All Ethnicities
a music teacher, Kayla & Laurel's mother.
Male, 35-47, All Ethnicities
an engineer, Esther’s husband, father to Kayla and Laurel.
Female, 4-19, All Ethnicities
a highly intelligent, autistic, deaf mute, she is sensitive, playful and willful.
Female, 14-16, All Ethnicities
Kayla’s out-going, 15-year-old, younger sister.
Female, 26-41, All Ethnicities
a highly intelligent yet somewhat overwhelmed clinical psychologist who would really like to help, but she has a heavy case load.
Female, 23-36, All Ethnicities
mother of Teddy & Sammie, a great Mom until the pressure becomes too much.
Male, 26-37, All Ethnicities
Millie’s ex-husband and a ranch hand, a grieving father.
Male, 7-9, All Ethnicities
a young boy suffering from ASD, he craves the familiar, doesn’t like loud noises, and can physically lash out when challenged.
Male, 5-6, All Ethnicities
Teddy's younger brother.
Ticket Girl (Supporting):
Female, 15-18, All Ethnicities
a teenage girl who is the ticket taker at the Endangered Species Carouse, trying to do her best at this lowly job.
Female, 20-24, All Ethnicities
has worked hard to overcome symptoms of ASD and Asperger's, diagnosed when she was young.
Carnival Barker (Supporting):
Female, 39-41, All Ethnicities
a jaded, 40-year-old Scotsman who is fed up with his job at the carnival.
Male, 12-13, All Ethnicities
an enthusiastic, 12-year-old Cockney newsboy.
Travis Friend (Supporting):
Male, 27-36, All Ethnicities
an adult make who is a friend of Travis. This is a non-speaking role.
Radio Reporter (Supporting):
Male, 19-29, All Ethnicities
an eager and capable young reporter who likes to take charge.
Dr. Conner (Supporting):
Male, 27-52, All Ethnicities
the hero in the fictional KING.
Female, 22-34, All Ethnicities
the heroine in the fictional KING.
Female, 16-29, All Ethnicities
two actors are needed for this non-speaking, costume-wearing role, playing a dinosaur in a 1955 “B” movie.
Seeking submissions from: Seattle, WA
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