PROUD MARY THEATRE COMPANY ANNOUNCES CASTING CALL for ALL-FEMALE DRAMA/COMEDY
Seeking 7 Female Actors (Biological or Otherwise) for the Deep South Premiere of BLOWN YOUTH by Dipika Guha
DIRECTED by ELLEN JONES
Questions? Contact Ellen Jones at EllenJonesDirects@gmail.com or Sandy Staggs at firstname.lastname@example.org
FULL PLAY IS AVAILABLE TO READ ONLINE FREE at https://www.playscripts.com/find-a-play?keyword=blown+youth
An aspiring actress and founder of a feminist commune, Celia wants one thing: to play a great role. But despite her sophisticated education and commitment to helping women, Celia, like Hamlet before her, cannot act. Still, it seems her consciousness doesn’t lie only inside herself. It seeds and sprouts amidst her twenty-first century kinships: her friends. Inspired by Shakespeare and set in those hazy post-college years, Blown Youth examines what happens to the universe when a woman is at its center.
Shakespeare experience preferred but not necessary. One act of this play does include an all-female mounting of Hamlet.
SHOW DATES: March 1-14 (Fridays & Saturdays @8 p.m. and Sundays @3 p.m.) in Spartanburg (& possibly Greenville)
REHEARSALS: Start Jan. 26 in Spartanburg (generally Friday evenings, Saturday & Sunday mornings/afternoon & some Tuesday evenings)
Monday & Tuesday, November 26-27 @6:30-8:30 p.m.
West Main Artists Co-Operative
578 West Main Street, Spartanburg
CALLBACKS (if necessary): Wednesday, November 28 @6:30-8:30 p.m.
Please bring Resume & Headshot if possible. And be prepared to read from script PAGES 52-59.
Celia (LEAD) – mid 20s-early 30s
Anne – mid 20s-early 30s
Shia – mid 20s-early 30s
Audrey – mid 20s-early 30s
Ray – mid 20s-early 30s
Margaret – mid 20s-early 30s
Jo – mid 20s-early 30s
ABOUT PROUD MARY: The award-winning Proud Mary Theatre Company, a non-profit and non-professional theatre, is South Carolina’s only theatre that exclusively presents LGBTQ+ voices and stories in Spartanburg and the entire Upstate region through innovative theatrical plays: compelling dramas, rib-tickling comedies, campy musicals, and local original works and avant-garde pieces that celebrate diversity and tolerance.
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