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THIS SHOW IS ABOUT PROGRESS
Carol Louise Thompson

  • THIS SHOW IS ABOUT PROGRESS
  • Carol Louise Thompson
  • Non-Union Theater
  • Theater or Stage
  • Non-Union; Other Union
  • SEATTLE, WA
  • Project Begins: Aug 12, 2019
  • Project Ends: Sep 29, 2019


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  • Contact Person: Chris Scofield (SM)
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  • APPOINTMENT REQUIRED

    Prefered method of submission: Email

    Audition Location:
    email for appointment

Mona and her brother can't decide whether to sell their family home to a developer. Mona can't decide whether her brain is even worth saving. Sand leaks from her ears and fills up every room of their cramped, well-worn house. Their building. Their lot. What happens when the past stops being something you can put your finger on and your brain or your city starts to look more and more like the craters on the moon. You could have sworn there was something there just a second ago. Something that meant something. But now it's just space and confusion. How lonely can it get? This show is meant to be a space to grieve the past and to push forward into this year's inevitable winter and the inevitable spring.

 

Character Breakdown / Project Needs
FAR WALKER:
young woman (20s-40s) fearless, gorgeous, sadistic, silly. Delivers long monologues like she was the only one who learned to speak. She might have killed her twin in the womb. She might still be trying to finish the job. (ps if yer wondering if you are gorgeous enough to play this role, look deep inside at the bitch who’s making you doubt yourself and tell her to eat it, then make sure both of you come in for the audition)

the SPIRIT:
Mona's brother. Jackson Jackson’s boyfriend kinda, yeah, no, wait, what does that look mean? (20s-40s) Young man who lives in Seattle. Bartender. Ambitious. Wound tight. Tight tight tight. Uninterested in talking about his feelings. But the opposite words often come out of his mouth. Cognitive dissonance. “I’m fine,” he often says. But underneath you can see the raw wound. He’s an open book everyone is reading but him.

All races and genders encouraged to apply.

Audition/Interview Dates:
JUNE 10 & 17 (6-10pm)

Callbacks or second audition/interview?
JUNE 17 (6-10pm)

Audition Requirements:
EMAIL FOR SIDES. YOU WILL BE READING WITH A CAST MEMBER IN THE AUDITION.

Monetary compensation:
THERE WILL BE A STIPEND

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