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“In 1868, lawless Laramie, Wyoming was a cliche of cowboy westerns, until a women’s vigilante group swept through town, cleaned it up, and gave it women’s rights.”
Written by Seattle based Playwright Leonard D. Goodisman and Directed by Rik Deskin. Previews September 27. Runs through October 28. Thu-Sat at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.
No AEA Contracts are available for this project.
Character Breakdown / Project Needs
Maggie – A woman in Laramie, 1868
Gwen – Her daughter, 9 years old
Jake – Her husband
Bill Stanton – Hotel/saloon owner and town entrepreneur.
Louisa – an older Laramie woman.
Lucy – Maggie’s younger friend and mother of Gwen’s friend Sarah.
Mary Boswell – Maggie’s acquaintance.
Non-specific cowboys 1 and 2, later cowboy 3.
Saturday, August 11. Email for appointment
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
Sunday, August 12.
Prepare two contrasting monologues. Contemporary and/or classic.
$200 Stipend ONLY after ticket sales threshold is met.
Laramie--Equal Rights added August 7, 2012, 12:10 am
|This listing will be deleted on: Wednesday, September 19, 2012|