DEPOT THEATRE 2018 EQUITY PRINCIPAL AUDITIONS
New York City, NY auditions are scheduled for Friday, March 23, 2018 from 9:30 am – 4:30 pm in Studio A at the Actors Equity Audition Center located on the 16th Floor at 165 West 46th Street, NYC. (For the EPA’s go to the equity website and follow the instructions.)
The Saratoga Springs, NY auditions are scheduled for Saturday, March 24th from 9:30 am – 4:30 pm, on the Skidmore College campus in Saratoga Springs, NY, Harder Hall, Rm. 201. Skidmore College is located at 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs NY, 12866.
Please prepare a short song and 2-minute monologue of your choice.
SHOWS and ROLES
Always, Patsy Cline [June 29 – July 15]
Kevin Cochran, Director
Patsy Cline — (25-35) Brassy broad with a phenomenal voice in the style of the iconic woman herself.
Louise — (35-45) Any ethnicity. Texan with a heart of gold; huge fan of Patsy’s; they develop a friendship through letters and brief visits.
It is through Louise that we learn all about the legend that is Patsy Cline.
The 39 Steps [July 20 – August 5]
Amy Griffin, Director
Richard Hannay — (35-45) Any ethnicity. Upper-class Englishman, handsome, square-jawed leading man, quite aware of how attractive he is.
Pamela/Annabella/Margaret — (25-35) Any ethnicity. One actress will play all three roles, including Pamela, the classic Hitchcock leading lady, Scottish, Russian, English accents.
Innocent and yet revealed to be a spy.
Clown #1 (25-45) Any ethnicity. Must be a superb comedic actor who will play many roles, with ages ranging from teens-60s, any gender. Cockney, Scottish, English accents.
Clown #2 (25-45) Any ethnicity. Same type as Clown 1. Roles include but are not limited to MUSIC HALL COMPERE, master of ceremonies Cockney, Scottish, English accents.
Ain’t Misbehavin’ [August 11-26]
Kenney M. Green, Director
Charlaine — (20-30) A sweet, young lady. The youngest of the group, and usually the butt of the jokes among the women. Mezzo-soprano. Must move well. African American.
Andre — (30-40) Male An unrepentant, larger than life party animal. A jovial and unapologetic womanizer. Laid back, dapper, charismatic. Baritone. Must move well. African American.
Ken — (30-40) Jovial, cheerful, and loud. Larger than life. Cheerful and personable. Tenor. Must move well. African American.
Nell — (30-40) Confident and charming, she is a knowledgeable woman of the world. Alto. Must move well. African American.
Armenia — (30-40) A voluptuous and sassy woman. Very strong-willed and not afraid to share her thoughts. Soprano. Must move well. African American.
ABOUT THE DEPOT THEATRE
The Depot Theatre is a non-profit, professional theatre located in a historic, functioning 1876 train station in Westport, N.Y., and operates under an agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. In addition to its volunteer board of trustees, the theatre depends on the support and generosity of its loyal donors, volunteers and community members. Committed to promoting and providing exposure to the performing arts in the Adirondacks, the Depot Theatre invites all to “Take a journey without leaving the station.”