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Equity and non-Equity singers, dancers, actors, and/or performers of all gender identities, expressions, sexual orientations, and ethnicities/races for the following roles in Iron Crow Theatre's production of William Finn’s, A New Brain.
A New Brain
By William Finn
Directed by Artistic Director Sean Elias
Rehearsals begin Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Performances run Friday May 31 - Sunday June 9, 2019 at Baltimore Theatre Project.
Gordon Schwinn - Male, Lead
A lovable but sarcastic composer.
Mr. Bungee / Dr. Jafar Berensteiner - Male, Supporting
Actor will double as Mr. Bungee, the director/producer and star of his own children’s television show and Dr. Jafar Berensteiner, an unsympathetic doctor.
Mimi Schwinn - Female, Lead
Gordon’s loving yet unstable mother.
Rhoda - Female, Supporting
Gordon’s business manager and best friend.
Roger Delli-Bovi - Male, Supporting
Gordon’s charming and affectionate lover.
Richard / The Minister - Male, Supporting
Actor will double as Richard, a kind and compassionate nurse and the Minister, a hospital employee with a drinking problem.
Waitress / Nancy D. - Female, Supporting
Actor will double as the overbearing Waitress and Nancy a sadistic nurse.
Please note: The role of Lisa has been cast.
Actor’s Equity Association: Equity Special Appearance Contract available.
Non-Equity: A multi-hundred dollar stipend is offered after the successful completion of all performances.
Local performers preferred. Housing options are not available at this time.
Audition Date, Time, and Location
Sunday, March 24, 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
What to Prepare
Please be prepared to present a memorized monologue from a published piece of theatre and a musical theatre selection of your choice that best shows-off your range and ability. Both selections (in any order and/or cut) should not exceed three minutes in length. You may be asked to read/sing from your book and/or the script/score of the production you are auditioning for. Singing from the production itself is acceptable.
Auditions will be held by appointment. Walk-in's are also welcome and will be seen as time permits. If you are unable to attend the auditions but are able to secure housing in the DMV area, you may submit your audition via video. All actors who are interested in auditioning should register for an audition appointment below. In most cases, you must be available for callbacks in order to be considered for final casting. Callback information detailing what material to review will be sent via email as soon after auditions as is possible. Please note that callbacks are scheduled to take place shortly following the audition date. It is our recommendation that you familiarize yourself with the piece prior to the auditions and callbacks.
Callback Date, Time, and Location
Those actors who are invited to callbacks will receive specific information detailing exactly when they will be needed for the callback session and what material to prepare.
Rehearsals take place in Baltimore, MD five (5) days a week: four (4) nights during the weekday from 7:00pm - 11:00pm and one weekend day from 9:00am - 6:00pm. Exact rehearsal dates and times are specific to production needs and may vary based on the production itself. The above information should be used as a general guideline as you review your availability.
All performances take place at the historic Baltimore Theatre Project located at 45 West Preston Street, Baltimore, MD.