Added auditions on April 1st (no joke) from 6:30-8:30 at Foster Community Center in Room 206. No appointment is necessary, but if you're planning to arrive late, please notify us as we may conclude early.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org., message us in the event or call 517.775.4246. Or if you have particular questions for Rose, you can call her directly 517.410.6591
Scripts to be performed are:
Hijab by Andrea Clardy
Low Light by Allie Costa
Be More 282 by Rich Espey
Winter in the House by Lauren Ferebee
Scripted by Mark Harvey Levine
172 Push-Ups by Scott Mullen
Classics for Kids by Ellen Sullivan
One, Three, Two by Michael Weems
One, Three, Two (people of color strongly encouraged to audition for both roles)
Taylor, early 30s - late 40s. Shut out from reality and doesn't seem to care.
Alex, late 20s - early 30s. Caring and confused.
-Note that casting for One, Three, Two will be gender-neutral.
172 Push-ups (people of color strongly encouraged to audition for all three roles)
Tom, 60s - 70s. An aging, still (mostly) fit man in a thin coat.
Quinn, female, 20s. Just out of the army.
Jenny, female, 20s. Quinn’s girlfriend.
Be More 282
Beth, White female. She is in her 20s and is attractive.
Young Man, Black male. He is in his 20s and is nondescript.
Low Light (people of color strongly encouraged to audition for both roles)
Lyons, male, 25-35. Anxious but hopeful. Any ethnicity.
Rush, female. 25-35. Matter-of-fact. Preferably not Caucasian.
-For the role of Lyons, an authentic accent representing a country outside of the USA is welcomed but not required.
Olivia, White female. A high-school junior, slim, long-haired, confident.
Amal, Muslim female. A high-school junior, wearing long sleeves and a hijab.
Scripted (people of color strongly encouraged to audition for both roles)
Simon, male, 30s-60s. Part of an "old married couple"
Elaine, female, 30s-60s Part of an "old married couple"
Winter In The House
Mary Grace, White female, mid-20s - late 30s. Strong-willed factory worker during the Great Depression.
Bill, White male, late-20s - early 40s. Mary Grace's husband and boss.
Classics for Kids (people of color strongly encouraged to audition for all three roles)
Little W, Female, “139”-year-old Louisa May Alcott novel (actor can be any age).
White F, Male, “112”-year-old Jack London novel (actor can be any age).
Kristin L, Female, “91”-year-old Sigrid Undset trilogy (actor can be any age).
An ensemble of 4-8 people will perform all roles. Actors of all types are encouraged to audition.
Hope will be directed by Rose Jangmi Cooper
Auditions will be cold reads from the scripts. No appointments necessary. (Please contact us if you are interested in auditioning, but the scheduled time won't work for you.)
Headshots and resumes are nice, but not required.
Rehearsals will begin the week following auditions and the show will go up May 18-26. Performances are Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. Rehearsals will typically be weekday evenings.