WHEN I COME TO DIE tells the story of Damon Robinson, a death-row inmate who struggles to find faith and hope and understand why his life has been spared after he survives a lethal injection.
THE AUTHOR: Nathan Louis Jackson attended Kansas State University and trained at The Juilliard School. He is a two-time AFA Prose Interpretation champion, a two-time Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award winner, a Mark Twain Comedy Playwriting Award winner, and a recipient of the Kennedy Center’s Gold Medallion. Ixion audiences will recognize him as the playwright of the award-winning "Broke-ology".
Directing this production is the multi-talented Rose Jangmi Cooper, who was recently named an Ixion Associate Artistic Producer.
Audition Date: March 19
Capital Area District LIbrary (basement auditorium) 401 S. Capitol Blvd Lansing, MI
Roles Available: 4 men, 1 woman - Two of the roles are specifically African American (Damon and Chantel); the other three are open, though we highly encourage artists of color to audition for all of our roles.
James (Roach) Teagle
Auditions will be cold reads from the script.
Performances will be May 5, 6, 12 & 13 at 8 PM in Lansing. Rehearsals will begin once casting is completed.
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