This listing has expired.
Search for similar casting calls
The Drama Group
Drama Group, casting dir.
"Radio Golf" is the final play in August Wilson’s unprecedented 10-play cycle chronicling African American life in the 20th century. Set in the late 1990's in Pittsburgh, a successful and idealistic Ivy League educated entrepreneur aspires to be the city’s first black mayor. He and his business partner are on the verge of clinching a big redevelopment deal to revitalize the Hill District with high-rise apartment buildings and high-end chain stores... But what is the price of progress? Does building a city’s future require erasing its history in the process?
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Performances run Nov. 15-30 in Philadelphia, PA.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Harmon Wilks (Supporting):
Male, 30-45, African American
an Ivy League educated real estate developer
who has his sights set on being the first black mayor of Pittsburgh, has a passion for redevel...
Mame WIlks (Supporting):
Female, 30-49, African American
Harmond’s wife who may be even more ambitious than he is, she runs his mayoral campaign and, at the same time, is vying for a major public r...
Roosevelt Hicks (Supporting):
Male, 31-49, African American
the vice-president of a bank and an avid
golfer, Harmond and Roosevelt are life-long friends who were roommates in college and who are curr...
Sterling Johnson (Supporting):
Male, 59-79, African American
a self-employed contractor and the neighborhood handyman, knew Harmond years ago, but their lives have gone in very different directions.
Elder Joseph Barlow (Supporting):
Male, 60-89, African American
born in the Hill District, has recently returned to fix up his old family home for his daughter to live
Seeking submissions from: Philadelphia, PA
Sign up or Log In to apply.