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Production: 'Iva: The Myth of Tokyo Rose' (See both roles)

Chorus (Chorus / Ensemble)

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The Asian American Arts Alliance and the Asian American Bar Association of New York are casting "Iva: The Myth of Tokyo Rose." The work is a devised play inspired by the life of Iv...more

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Male, ages 20-50, Caucasian

Role Description

Chorus: (Chorus / Ensemble) must be able to shift characters quickly and have strong physical theater skills, classical training and improvisation are helpful, seeking a group of five individuals who represent the interest of The People in the Trial of “Tokyo Rose,” the chorus must come to a consensus on the defendant’s guilt or innocence; members of the chorus will also play additional characters listed below.


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Thomas Dewolfe: prosecuting attorney, slight Southern accent, slow-spoken, solemn, and dignified, rumpled, nothing elegant about him.

Wayne Collins: defense attorney, immaculately dressed, sharp, and fast, persistent, hot-headed.

Richard Eisenhart: trial witness, a prison guard at Sugamo Prison, one of hundreds of GIs who responded to the FBI's nationwide call for witnesses.

Judge Roche: federal judge on the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, stern, resolute, booming.

Clark Lee: trial witness, Hearst International News reporter, charming, articulate, and clear.

Marshall Hoot: trial witness, former GI, tough, precise, a "Navy pit bull."

Theodore Tamba: defense attorney, exuberant, passionate, and animated.

Major Cousens: trial witness, Iva's POW superior at Radio Tokyo, tall, Australian accent.

Wallace Ince: trial witness, American officer who commanded Iva at Radio Tokyo, tall, handsome, intelligent.