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Audition

We Welcome All Actors To Our Auditions!

 

Scripts for all upcoming shows are available in the Box Office, located in the Main Stage theatre. Call (904) 261-6749 or stop by during Box Office hours to check out or read a script.

 

Auditions are closed, so usually you'll audition by reading scenes from the show's script for the director and casting team in the auditorium while the other actors wait in the lobby. If you cannot attend the audition on the scheduled date, contact ACT or the show's director to arrange an alternate date.

All volunteer positions onstage and offstage are open to everyone, regardless of race, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, or previous experience. Newcomers are welcome and encouraged.

Auditions for The Humans

By Stephen Karam

Main Stage

Saturday

November 16

2 PM

Directed by

Ron Kurtz

NOTE

Actors are requested to bring a two-minute monologue, (memorization not required) for auditions. If you do not have one, a monologue will be provided.

PERFORMANCE DATES:

Evening 8 PM: January 31, February 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15 (2020)

Matinee 2 PM: February 2, 9 (2020)

SYNOPSIS:

Comedic Drama Winner of the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play! A family breaks with their Thanksgiving traditions as they travel to New York to celebrate with their daughter. The change in plans leads to secrets being exposed in a deeply moving and humorous story about need and love. PG-13

CAST:

Erik Blake   M   60

The Father... Formerly employed by St. Paul's Catholic High School for 28 years: Equipment Manager in PE.

Deirdre Blake   F   61

The Mother... A "Helper" who volunteers, among other projects, to support a community of Bhutan refugees in their hometown of Scranton.

 

Fiona Blake   F   79

Erik's mother who now lives with Erik & Deidre... An immigrant who lived in NYC and struggled to escape, only to be temporarily brought back to celebrate Thanksgiving in this apartment in Chinatown.  Mobility challenged with dementia.

Aimee Blake   F   34

Erik and Deidre's daughter...A lawyer no longer on the fast track, facing a personal breakup with her female partner... She also suffers from
ulcerative colitis.

Brigid Blake   F   26

Erik and Deidre's daughter...In a temporary job while her partner finishes his education...She and Richard have just moved to this Chinatown apartment where the celebration is about to begin.

Richard Saad   M   38

Brigid's boyfriend, getting a master's in social work...He is a nest-builder.