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Cape May Stage, an Equity SPT Tier 6 contract offering housing, full health and pension benefits and round-trip transportation from New York is casting its 2019 season. Cape May Stage encourages participation by performers of all races and ethnicities. Producing Artistic Director Roy Steinberg and Director Marlena Lustik will be in attendance. All Equity actors should contact Equity for an appointment. All non-equity actors may be seen as walk-in only and if time permits. If you have any questions please contact
New York Casting Call
Dates: February 14 and 15, 2019
Times: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Location: Equity Audition Center, 165 West 46 Street, New York, New York 10036
Cape May Casting Call
Date: February 20, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Cape May Lutheran Church, 509 Pittsburgh Avenue in Cape May
Call 609-770-8311 to schedule an appointment for Cape May auditions only.
2019 Season show / character information:
Heisenberg by Simon Stephens directed by Roy Steinberg
Rehearses May 7, previews May 22 opens May 23 closes June 21
Georgie Burns– female, 42 – She is from New Jersey, funny, sexy, a liar, charismatic – moves well
Alex Priest – male, 75 – He is from Enniscorthy County, Wexford, Ireland – tall with long fingers, shy, poetic, attractive.
Time is the present – Place is London and Jersey City
Sylvia by A. R. Gurney, directed by Roy Steinberg
Rehearses June 11, previews June 26, opens June 27 and closes August 2
Sylvia – female -20s to 30s – pert and sexy – plays a Lab/Poodle mixture – moves well
Greg – male – 50s -60 – financial trader, upscale WASP, midlife crisis –
Kate – female – 50s-60 –public school English teacher – strong willed
Tom/Phyllis/Leslie – male to play all three roles – Tom is New York macho/Phyllis is WASPy society lady/Leslie is neutral-gender therapist
Time: New York today
All characters need great comic timing
Sidekicked by Kim Powers, directed by Roy Steinberg
Rehearses July 23, previews August 7, opens August 8 and closes September 20
Vivian Vance – female, 51 – plays Ethel Mertz in “I Love Lucy” – vulgar, funny, some musical theatre chops – speaks to her analyst
Time/Place: March 2, 1960 – dressing bungalow at Desilu Studio lot
The Taming by Lauren Gunderson directed by Marlena Lustik
Rehearses September 10, previews September 25, opens September 26 and closes November 1.
Patricia – female 30s – from Georgia – conservative – also plays James Madison 1787
Bianca – female 30s – from Georgia – liberal- also plays good-girl intern and Charles Pinckney 1787
Katherine – female 20s – from Georgia – Southern belle pageant winner – also plays George and Martha Washington 1787 and Dolly Madison.
Great comic timing, southern accents
Murder For Two: The Holiday Edition Book and Music by Joe Kinosian Book and Lyrics by Kellen Blair, directed by Hans Friedrich
Rehearses October 22, previews November 6, opens November 7, closes December 29.
Both actors are required to play the piano and sing.
Marcus Moscowicz – an ambitious young officer
The Suspects – one actor plays all of the murder suspects: All of the suspects: Dahlia Whitney, the victim’s loopy widow, Murray and Barb Flandon, the Whitney’s bickering neighbors, Steph Whitney, an overeager grad student, Barrette Lewis, a self-incriminating ballerina, Dr. Griff, a friendly local psychiatrist, Timmy, Pickwick and Skid – members of a boy’s choir, and Buttons, a late arrival.
Place: An isolated mansion in rural New England, present day on the night of Christmas Eve
Cape May Stage is an Equity SPT Tier 6 contract offering housing, full health and pension benefits, and round trip transportation from New York. Local and New York auditions are held in February of each year.
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