EQUITY STAGE"LOVE! VALOUR! ," OH
The Contemporary American Theater Co., 512 N. Park St., Columbus, Ohio 43215, is accepting pix & resumes from eligible performers for its upcoming central regional eligible performer audition for "Love! Valour! Compassion!" (first rehearsal, June 18; opens Aug. 7; closes Sept. 8). Person with casting authority: Steven Anderson, dir. Fax pix & resumes to Jason Podplesky, fax (614) 461-4917, no later than May 15. Available roles--Ramon: to play early 20s, a streetwise Hispanic dancer (Note: Ramon appears completely nude during part of the play.); Buzz: to play mid-30s, a flamboyant musical-comedy maven with fabulous comic timing. You will be asked to read from the script. Contemporary American Theater Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Contract, salary: SPT 4+, minimum $210+. EQ. SPT 4 CONTRACT.
EPA, HAI, "TONY AND SON"
5/17 from 10AM-6PM at HAI Offices, 221 W. 41 St., 13th fl., NYC.
The HAI Theatre Festival is currently casting for "Tony and Son," by Louis Delgado. Max Daniels, dir. Equity LOA (actor salaries: $254 per week). To be presented at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in June. Rehearsals begin June 3. Eligible performer auditions will be held at the HAI offices, 221 W. 41 St., 13th fl., NYC. Prepare a brief contemporary dramatic monologue. EQ. LOA (NYC).
Fri. May 17--Eligible performers, 10AM-6PM.
Cast breakdown--Tony: 38-42, Hispanic or Italian, big-hearted ex-con, with history of domestic violence and drug abuse; Junior: 19-year-old son of Tony, macho substance abuser and petty thief; Carmen: 36-38, Junior's mother, a victim of domestic violence and abandonment; Vic: 20-year-old friend of Junior, streetwise with a sense of humor; Dr. Orr: 30s, prison psychologist. Looking for all ethnic types, especially Hispanic types.
WEATHERVANE, "JOSEPH," "CRAZY," "CAMELOT"
The Weathervane Theatre, of Whitefield, NH, an Equity SPT (Tier II) summer-stock company located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, is still seeking--Joseph for "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"; and Bobby for "Crazy for You." Can be played by the same actor. Also seeking--Lancelot and Guenevere for "Camelot." This is Weathervane's 31st season of rotating repertory. Company members receive room, board, and salary. No jobbers. Season runs from July 6-Sept. 1, with rehearsals beginning in late June in New Hampshire. Eligible performers should send submissions to Dana P. Crouch, 300 W. 49 St., Suite #700, NYC 10019, Attn: Weathervane. Salary in 1995 was $270 per week. EQ. SPT CONTRACT.
EPAs, WILLIAMSTOWN MAIN STAGE
5/20 & 5/21 from 9:30AM-5:30PM at the AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival will hold eligible performer auditions at the AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC, for its Main Stage season. Michael Ritchie, artistic dir.; Jenny Gursten, assoc. artistic dir.; Jay Binder, casting. The Main Stage season, under an Equity CORST Contract, is as follows--"The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore" by Tennessee Williams, running May 28-June 30, directed by David Schweizter; "The Royal Family" by Kaufman and Ferber, running June 11-July 14, directed by Nicky Martin; "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" by Arthur Miller, running June 18-July 2, directed by Scott Elliott; "The Learned Ladies" by Moliere, running July 9-Aug. 11, directed by Jim Simpson; "Filumena" by De Filippo, running July 14-Aug. 23, directed by James Naughton. If you have attended the EPAs for the Second Stage, there is no need to be seen twice. Prepare a short monologue. EQ. CORST CONTRACT.
Mon. May 20--Eligible performers, 9:30AM-5:30PM.
Tues. May 21--Eligible performers, 9:30AM-5:30PM.
EPAs, WILLIAMSTOWN SECOND STAGE
5/22 & 5/23 from 9:30AM-5:30PM at the AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival will hold eligible performer auditions at the AEA Audition Center, 165 W. 46 St., 2nd fl., NYC, for its Second Stage season. Michael Ritchie, artistic dir.; Jenny Gursten, assoc. artistic dir.; Jay Binder, casting. The Second Stage season, under an Equity LOA, is as follows--"The End of the Day" by John Robin Baitz, running May 14-June 23, directed by Scott Elliott; "MACS" by David Simpatico, running June 4-July 7, directed by Jenny Sullivan; "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller, running June 18-July 21, directed by Barry Edelstein; "Miss Julie" by August Strindberg, running July 2-Aug. 4, directed by Campbell Scott; "Rocket to the Moon" by Clifford Odets, running July 23-Aug. 17, directed by Joanne Woodward. If you have attended the EPAs for the Main Stage, there is no need to be seen twice. Salary for Equity LOA is $315.76. Prepare an appropriate brief monologue. EQ. LOA.
Wed. May 22--Eligible performers, 9:30AM-5:30PM.
Thurs. May 23--Eligible performers, 9:30AM-5:30PM.
OPEN CALL, "SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE"
5/14 at 10AM (sign-up starts at 9AM) at Musical Theatre Works, 440 Lafayette St., Studios 5F, 5G, & 5H, NYC.
Peter Wise & Associates Casting is holding an open call for "Smokey Joe's Cafe." Jerry Zaks, dir.; Joe McKneely, choreo.; Louis St. Louis, mus'l dir. Auditions will be held at Musical Theatre Works, 440 Lafayette St., Studios 5F, 5G, and 5H, NYC. Prepare something from the below list of songs. Be prepared to dance. An accompanist will be provided. No monitor required. For more information call (212) 388-7348. This is for immediate employment, either in a national tour or Australia. BUS & TRUCK AND/OR AUSTRALIAN AEA.
Tues. May 14--Open African-American male performers, 10AM (sign-up begins at 9AM).
Seeking--Mr. Bass Man: African-American male, 21-45 years, bass, must sing a low C up to E or E flat one octave above middle C, should have a deep, resonant, and mellow sound, sings all the bottom in the show, i.e. "Yakkety Yak," "Charlie Brown," "Who's the Boss," "There Goes my Baby," and "Little