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THEATERWORKS HARTFORD
2018-2019 SEASON

- Equity Principal Auditions in CT

TheaterWorks Hartford CT SPT 10 $711/week minimum.
Producing Artistic Director: Rob Ruggiero
Casting Director: Pat McCorkle
Casting Associate: Katya Zarolinski
Equity Principal Auditions: TheaterWorks
DATE July 30, 2018 233 Pearl Street, 3rd Floor
DATE July 31, 2018 Hartford, CT 06103
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (lunch break 1-2pm)

Casting Notice also posted at: theaterworkshartford.org/auditions
No appointment necessary. The producer will run all aspects of this call. Equity audition procedures
will NOT be in effect, and no Equity Monitor will be provided.
Prepare two contrasting monologues. Or a monologue and 16 bars of a song. An accompanist is not
available. Please bring two pictures and resumes, stapled together.
Seeking Actors All roles 18+, all ethnicities

2018-2019 Season to include:

The River (by Jez Butterworth, director Rob Ruggiero)
First rehearsal: September 11, 2018
Runs: October 4-November 4, 2018

Seeking:
THE MAN. Mid to late 40s. Darkly romantic, mysterious and alluring. He can romance a lady
while gutting a trout. He yearns for something elusive and unattainable--the love of a perfect
woman.
THE WOMAN. 30s. Witty, intelligent, sensitive and vulnerable. Desperate to find a love for
herself.
THE OTHER WOMAN. 30s. Teasing and relaxed, sexy and intelligent. She’s no stranger to
the ways of fishing or catching a man.

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Christmas on the Rocks (conceived and directed by Rob Ruggiero)
First rehearsal: November 13, 2018
Runs: November 27-December 23, 2018

Seeking:
Man
CAST. 40s, character actor who must be able to play multiple Christmas characters who
have now aged. They must be able to go from one very distinct character from another
and must have great comic timing.
Woman
CAST. 40s character actor who must be able to play multiple Christmas characters who
have grown up. The actor must be able to go from one very distinct character to another
and must have impeccable comic timing.
Bartender
CAST. Male 60s-70s character actor. He must be the straight man for a lot of jokes, but
also be able to communicate directly to the audience with subtle, simple looks. He is
willing to go on whatever journey the patrons of his bar take him on. He is a great listener
and must be impeccable at giving the stage over to the other two actors without
distracting.

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A Doll’s House, Part 2 (by Lucas Hnath, director Jenn Thompson)
First rehearsal: December 18, 2018
Runs: January 17-February 24, 2019
Seeking:
NORA
Mid - late 50’s. An independent, intelligent and very successful author.
TORVALD
Mid - late 50s. Nora’s estranged husband. Mild-mannered, keeps his feelings and
emotions close to the vest, though he has many.
ANN MARIE
Late 60s - mid 70s. The Helmer’s nanny. Honest, blunt and big-hearted.
EMMY
18. Nora’s and Torvald’s daughter. An old soul and a romantic; wise and mature in some
ways, but still 18.

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Bloodsong of Love (by Joe Iconis, director John Simpkins)
First rehearsal: February 26, 2019
Runs: March 21-April 21, 2019
Seeking:
THE MUSICIAN
THE NARRATOR [also plays The Corpse, Earl, The Strange Man]
BANANA [also plays Violetta’s Father (Voice), The Judge,Henchman Esteban]

LO COCODRILLO [also plays Hick In Overalls]
SANTA VIOLETTA
SHAYNA CORBUCCI [also plays Old Crone, The Guard, The Prostitute, Sofia]

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Actually (by Anna Ziegler, director Taneisha Duggan)
First rehearsal: April 30, 2019
Runs: May 23-June 23, 2019
Seeking:
AMBER: Female, 18-29, Jewish. High-strung and talkative, charmingly neurotic. Her
emotional innocence is both attractive and alienating.
TOM: Male, 18-29. Black. Appealing and confident, dripping in finesse. His genuine ease with
people belies an emotional fragility.

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Fully Committed (by Becky Mode, director Bill Fennelly)
First rehearsal: July 2, 2019
Runs: July 25-August 25, 2019
Seeking:
emergency replacement only
SAM (and others): Male, Female and Gender non-conforming, 25-40. Any ethnicity. A strong
comedic actor, able to virtuostically play 40 different characters.

Theater’s statement: “We consider actors of all races and ethnicities.”