Audition for MAP
Belleville, by Amy Herzog
Character Breakdown / Project Needs:
ABBY (F) - Late 20/early 30s, American. (Please note that nudity or partial nudity may be necessary, depending on staging.)
ALIOUNE (M) - 20s, French-African (Senegalese). (Please note that some French is spoken in the play, and that he speaks English with a French dialect. A dialect coach will be provided.)
AMINA (F) - 20s, French-African (Senegalese). (Please note that some French is spoken in the play, and that she speaks English with a French dialect. A dialect coach will be provided.)
The part of ZACK will be played by Brandon Ryan.
Audition Date: Saturday, Dec. 12th @ 10AM-2PM
Callbacks and/or a second audition date will be scheduled if needed.
We strongly recommend that you read the play prior to submitting for an audition.
No prepared monologue required.
Sides will sent to you upon confirmation of your audition appointment.
Link to a draft version of the script is included for convenience. By accessing it, you indicate that you understand that it is not the final published version of the script and that it is meant to be used for personal purposes only.
Young Americans Zack and Abby seem to have the perfect ex-pat life in Paris: a funky bohemian apartment in up-and-coming Belleville; a stable marriage; and Zack’s noble mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby come home unexpectedly one afternoon, the small secrets and larger lies that have become woven into the fabric of their lives are uncovered and shake their foundation.
The production will be directed by Peggy Gannon, and will feature Brandon Ryan as Zack.
The show opens March 25th at 12th Avenue Arts.
Rehearsals will begin mid-February.
This is a non-union project in Seattle, WA.
We offer a stipend of $100, which is a mere token of the esteem and honor we hold for the practitioners we work with. Because we cannot offer riches, we take care to do everything within our power to make the journey worth it.
This will be MAP Theatre's 5th mainstage production since our inception in 2009. Our last production was the critically and popularly acclaimed The Art of Bad Man, written by Vincent Delaney and directed by Kelly Kitchens, in the fall of 2015.
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