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Portland Stage Company 2014-15 Season, Boston EPA

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Company

Portland Stage Company
Anita Stewart, exec.-artistic dir.; Ella Wrenn, co. mgr.

Production Description

Casting the Portland Stage Company's 2014-15 season. Season includes: "Brighton Beach Memoirs" (Neil Simon, writer; Rehearsals begin Sept. 2; runs Sept. 26-Oct. 19); "A Christmas Carol" (Charles Dickens, writer; Rehearsals begin Nov. 4; runs Dec. 6-24); "Our Man in Havana" (Clive Francis, writer; Rehearsals begin Dec. 29; runs Jan. 23-Feb. 15, 2015); "The Whipping Man" (Matthew Lopez, writer; Rehearsals begin Feb. 3; runs Feb. 27-March 15, 2015); "Red" (John Logan, writer; Rehearsals begin March 3; runs March 27-April 12, 2015); "Papermaker" (Monica Wood, writer; Rehearsals begin March 31; runs April 24-May 17, 2015).

Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations

Season rehearses and performs in Portland, ME.

Compensation & Union Contract Details

Pays: $600 min./wk. Equity LORT Non-Rep D Contract.

Auditions

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Role Breakdown

Brighton Beach Memoirs
seeking:

Eugene: Male, almost 15
Blanche: Female, 38
Kate: Female, 40, motherly
Laurie: Female, 13
Nora: Female, 16
Stanley: Male, 18
Jack: 40, Fatherly

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A Christmas Carol
seeking:

Scrooge: Male, 50s or older
Bob Crachit: Male, 30s-50s
Mrs. Crachit: Female, 30s - 50s
Ghost: Female, Any age
Belle: Female, 20s - 30s
Nephew Fred: Male, 20s-30s
Marley: Male, 50s or older

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Our Man in Havana
seeking:

3 Men, 1 Woman, to play a variety of roles and ages.

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The Whipping Man
seeking:

Simon: Male, 50s, African American
Caleb: Male, 20s
John: Male, 20s, African American

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Red
seeking:

Mark Rothko: Male, 50s or older
Ken: Male, 20s

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Papermaker (World Premiere)
seeking:

Henry: Male, 50s, paper company executive, Emily's father
Ernie: Male, 50s - 60s, Mill worker nearing retierment, Marie's husband
Marie: Female, 50s-60s, librarian, suffering from advanced cancer, Ernie's wife
Nancy: Female, 40s-50s, home health nurse, wife of a mill worker
Jake: Male, 20s, reluctant mill worker with big dreams, Ernie and Marie's son
Emily: Female, 20s, idealistic graduate student, Henry's daughter