Daniel Bianchi, dir.
Casting the onstage world-premiere of the 1940 Oscar-nominated film "Meet John Doe," which starred Barbara Stanwyck and Gary Cooper. Director states: "Now in its 10th season, Radiotheatre has produced over 60 shows, received a Drama Desk nomination, and won two NY Innovative Theater awards. We are a performance group - not a play, a musical, a reading, or radio broadcast. We use books onstage (radio-style) but script is mostly memorized."
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Rehearses Nov. 12-Dec. 12; runs Dec. 13-29 at the Kraine Theater in NYC.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Equity Showcase Code.
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Female, 27-34, Caucasian
1930s tough-talking New Yorker (no cartoon voices; we want the real thing), an NYC reporter with spunk and heart, idealistic, romantic, come...
John Doe (Lead):
Male, 30-36, Caucasian
Midwestern unemployed baseball player during the Depression, a hobo riding the rails, not a fast-talking New Yorker, joins in on scheme to s...
Male, 38-55, Caucasian
1930s fast- and tough-talking New Yorker (no cartoon voices; we want the real thing), could have an Irish accent, newspaper editor and narra...
Female, 26-33, Caucasian
a true believer in the John Doe clubs overtaking America, kind, with heart and soul.
Male, 40-50, Caucasian, African American
a Southerner, hobo, free spirit who rides the rails and philosphizes about life in his own way, distrustful of most people, loyal friend to ...
Male, 45-55, Caucasian
wealthy oil baron who wants to use the John Doe movement to his political advantage by forming a third party with Norton as presidential nom...
Ensemble (Chorus / Ensemble):
Males & Females, 25-50, Caucasian
voices to play townspeople, porters, mayor, newsboys, photographer, can double with lead actors. Director's note: "This is a good opportunit...
Seeking submissions from: New York, NY
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