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Edward Albee's
Fully Reciprocal Theatre Company

  • Edward Albee's
  • Fully Reciprocal Theatre Company
  • Non-Union Theater
  • Theater or Stage
  • Non-Union; SAG-AFTRA; Other Union
  • Seattle, WA
  • Project Begins: Aug 1, 2017
  • Project Ends: Oct 1, 2017
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  • Contact Person: Christopher James
  • Primary Phone: 612-812-5073
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    3301 Beacon Avenue South #20
    Seattle, WA 98144


    Prefered method of submission: Other

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Edward Albee's masterwork,
set on a New England college campus, explores one truth-exposing night in the lives of two couples. Illusions are shattered as the stakes rise, and none of the play's four characters are left unscathed.

"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" runs for three weekends (9/14-30) at the Alhadeff Studio Theater at Seattle Center.


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Character Breakdown / Project Needs
Role breakdown: 2M, 2W (non-AEA actors only)

George, 46, a failed prof in the history department of a liberal-arts college and husband to...

Martha, 52, the college president's bawdy and vituperative daughter;

Nick, 28, a new professor in the college's biology department, and

Honey, 26, Nick's wife, who is adjusting to their new life at the college.

Audition/Interview Dates:
5/14 and 5/15/2017, 6-10 p.m.

Callbacks or second audition/interview?
5/16, 6:30-9:30 PM

Audition Requirements:
Please prepare a monologue of no more than 4 minutes from an Albee play that is not "Who's Afraid." Monologues by writers similar to Albee are acceptable in lieu of an Albee monologue.

Monetary compensation:
$500 stipend per actor.

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