by Brian | Sep 11, 2012 | Blog, The Play About the Baby
Enjoy our new gallery. Note: these photos are web-sized. Press, please go to https://www.custommade.org/press for high resolution photos.
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by Brian | Apr 5, 2012 | 2012/13 Season, Auditions, Blog
General auditions for San Francisco’s Custom Made Theatre Co. 2012/13 Season are Sunday April 29th (afternoon) and Monday April 30th (evening) and now Tues May 1 (Happy May Day!) in the evening. Please prepare 2 contrasting, modern 2-minute monologues.
To sign up for a slot please go to https://instant-scheduling.com/sch.php?kn=360707
Having problems? Can’t make it but still want us to have your headshot/resume? Contact Casting Director Gabe Ross at [email protected]
Our season includes: “The Play about the Baby” by Edward Albee, “Superior Donuts” by Tracy Letts, “Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them” by Christopher Durang, “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl, and “Prelude to a Kiss” by Craig Lucas
All performances, rehearsals and auditions are at Gough Street Playhouse, 1622 Gough St, San Francisco.
Actors receive a stipend.
Here’s the parts/breakdown/requirements of the season:
*note: the ages listed are “playable age”. If you are 65 and can play 40, by all means go for it!
** note: unless the part has specific, required needs (see DONUTS and some characters in TORTURE) Custom Made is color-blind. We cast the best actor, regardless of ethnicity. Always.
“The Play About the Baby” by Edward Albee (San Francisco Premiere)
Directed by Brian Katz
Rehearses August-Sept 2012
Runs Sept 7-Oct 7, can extend until Oct 14
Boy: 18-28 (full nudity required)
Girl: 18-28 (full nudity required)
“Superior Donuts” by Tracy Letts (San Francisco Premiere)
Directed by Marilyn Langbehn
Rehearses late Sept- early Nov
Runs Nov 2-Dec 2; can extended until Dec 16
Arthur Przybyszewski: Polish-American, 59 (no accent)
Franco Wicks: African-American, 21
Max Tarasov: Russian, 49 (accent required)
Kiril Ivakin: Russian, 39 (accent required)
Lady Boyle: Irish-American, 72 (accent required)
Officer Randy Osteen: female, Irish-American, 49
Officer James Bailey: African-American, 43
Luther Flynn: Irish/Italian-American, 28
Kevin Magee: Irish-American, 28
Why Torture is Wrong, and the People who Love Them” by Christopher Durang (Bay Area Premiere)”
Directed by Claire Rice
Rehearses Dec-Jan 2012/13
Runs Jan 11-Feb 10; can extend until Feb 24
Felicity – a perfectly nice young woman of 25 to 34
Zamir – a charismatic young man of indeterminate ethnicity; dark-haired, probably Pakistani or Egyptian or Indian. But could look Italian or Greek too. Does not have an accent, sounds American. 25 to 39
Luella – Felicity’s mother, sweet, somewhat dazed/befuddled woman. Dresses well. Late 40s to mid 50s.
Leonard – Felicity’s father. Strong-minded, formidable, one hundred percent sure he’s right about everything. Late 40s to late 50s.
Revered Mile – a minister who directs porno movies. Late 30s to late 40s. Likable face, bit sexy, mildly debauched feeling like a Mickey Rourke or Kevin Spacey.
Hildegarde – a conservative, old-fashioned woman in her mid-40s to late 50s.
Voice/Narrator – 20s to 40s. Well-spoken, must make announcements. Also plays Loony Tunes (a hyperactive spy) and the sauve Maitre d’ Sings well.
“Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl (San Francisco Premiere)
Directed by Katja Rivera in collaboration with Brian Katz and Daunielle Rasmussen
Rehearses Feb-March, 2013
Runs March 15-April 14, can extend until April 28
Eurydice – Female, 20s
Orpheus – Male, 20s. Must be a capable musician.
Father – 40s to 50s
Nasty Interesting Man/Lord of the Underworld – Male, 30s to 50s
“Prelude to a Kiss” by Craig Lucas
Directed by Stuart Bousel
Rehearses April-May, 2013
Runs May 17-June 16; can extend until June 30
Peter Hoskins – Male, 20s
Rita Boyle – Female, 20s
Old Man – Male, 60s-70s
Taylor – Male, 20s or 30s
Mrs. Boyle – Female, 50s
Dr. Boyle – Male, 50s
Aunt Dorothy/Leah – Female, 50s or 60s
Tom/Jamaican Waiter – Male, 20s or 30s
Minister – Male, 30s to 60s
Uncle Fred – Male, 50s or 60s