Auditions

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Auditions 2012                                                                                     

Epicenter Theatre Group announces open auditions for John Patrick Shanley's ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION directed by Karen Sheridan.

 

Show:

ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION by John Patrick Shanley

 

Date(s)/Time(s) of Auditions:

Sunday March 25th & Monday March 26th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Callbacks will be Tuesday March 27th. The time will be announced.

 

Location of Auditions:

Oakland University
222 Varner Hall
Auburn Hills, MI 48309
 

Appointments:

Appointments preferred/walk-ins will be welcomed and will be seen as time permits.

Please email Kara Reed at to setup your appointments.

You may click here to download the Audition Form for ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION. 

 

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Seeking/Roles Available:

2 men ages late 20s - early 30s
2 woman ages late 20s - early 30s
1 woman in her middle years
 

Preparation:

This is Epicenter Theatre Group's first open audition. Please bring a headshot & resume.

Epicenter Theatre Group would like to see 2 contrasting contemporary monologues totaling no more than 3 minutes.

 

Type of Contract:

This production is non-Equity (non-AEA).

 

Contract Salary:

Some pay will be offered.

 

Breakdown:

Aldo Scalicki: late 20s - early 30s
Huey Maximilian Bonfigliano: late 20s - early 30s
Teresa: late 20s - early 30s
Janice: late 20s - early 30s
Aunt May: in her middle years

All roles are available

 

Rehearsal Dates:

Rehearsals will start the week of April 17th and will be mostly evening rehearsals.

 

Performance Dates:

May 31, June 1 & 2 and June 7, 8, 9 & 10

 

Other:

Epicenter Theatre Group announces its production of John Patrick Shanley's comic masterpiece ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION. Entering a world familiar to fans of his screenplay for "Moonstruck," we meet best friends Aldo and Huey. When Huey decides he wants to break with a wonderful girl to go back to his ex-wife, Aldo gets involved. A dog, a gun and a music box figure in. Karen Sheridan is the director.

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