Various Producers
New York, NY




Combined LORT Theatres (Alabama Shakespeare Fest, Arizona Theatre Co., Denver Center) – NYC EPA


Call Type: EPA

LORT Non-Rep
See each theatre’s breakdown for salary info.

Expected to be in attendance at the EPA and representing all three theatres: Paul Fouquet and Karie Koppel of Elissa Myers Casting

EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.

An Equity Monitor will be provided.

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.

Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

Equity actors and actor/singers for various roles in the upcoming seasons for:

Alabama Shakespeare Festival Arizona Theatre Company Denver Center


Denver, CO
LORT B and D (currently $861 and $637/week)

(September 15-October 29)

Theatre intends to cast this as an all-male cast. All roles open


(October 13- November 19)

All roles open


By Matthew Lopez (January 19-February 25)

RACHEL, female, early 30’s, Caucasian; College best friend of the bride. An elegant pit bull: strong, ruthless and opinionated, sometimes to the point of alienating. Successful wedding planner, impeccable taste, resourceful and creative. Sharp, cutting sense of humor.

CHARLIE, male, early 30’s, any ethnicity; Rachel’s husband. Former musician who put aside his dreams to be grow up and be a ‘responsible adult.’ Handsome guy, but about 15 lbs heavier than he used to be. At this point, a bit sad, a bit lonely, quietly full of regret that he hasn’t even fully admitted to himself yet. Seemingly unremarkable, but formerly vibrant passionate guy.

SAMMY, male, early/mid 30’s, any ethnicity; Friend of the bride. Dashing and handsome, sophisticated and highly successful. A prankster and a charmer, exudes confidence and sex. Promiscuous and emotionally guarded, navigating real love and vulnerability for the first time.

ZOEY, female, early 30’s, any ethnicity; The bride. Warm, open-hearted and accessible. Grounded, sensible and smart. Level-headed and socially graceful until she absolutely can’t be. A school teacher, raised upper middle class but now a bit more working class and pragmatic than her college friends.

MISSY, female, early 20’s, any ethnicity; The wedding planner and Zoey’s cousin. Guileless, means well, but inexperienced and in over her head headless chicken. Bit lost, searching for direction in her life and still discovering/defining who she is.

DJ, male, mid 20’s, Latino; A DJ. All swagger and charm, unencumbered by insecurity or self-doubt. Fiercely independent thinker who forges his own path.

By José Cruz González (January 26-February 25)

LUCHA MORALES, female, early 20s, U.S. born Mexican-American; Bilingual. Daughter of Amalia and Federico Morales. Struggles with her father’s expectations. Dreams of one day becoming a nurse. She is the primary caregiver for her mother. She loves to sing and learns to play the violin. Her best friend is her cousin Boli.

HORTENSIA PEREZ “BOLI”, female, early 20s, Mexican; She immigrated to the U.S. as an infant, bilingual, undocumented. Works as a hotel maid and later at a cannery. LUCHA’s cousin. She is still struggling to find herself. She is fiercely loyal and protective of her family and friends. She loves to sing and learns to play the guitar.

AMALIA MORALES, female, late 40s, Mexican American; Bilingual. Mother of Lucha, married to Federico. She is battling early onset dementia and is mostly lost in the past except for a few moments of lucidity. She sees and speaks to her deceased aunt, Tia Carmen. She used to the play violin and she sings beautifully. Also plays Doña Lola; an elderly eccentric lady who loves her hair styled in the salon. She always carries two-hidden pistols with her.

FEDERICO MORALES, male, middle-aged, Mexican; Immigrated to the U.S. as a young man. Bilingual, father of Lucha, married to Amalia. He works as a cook by day and sings and plays an instrument as a professional mariachi by night and weekends. Not coping well with his wife’s illness and haunted by the actions of his past; he has largely closed himself off to the world. Also plays choir and guest.

ISABEL CAMPOS, female, mid-late 20s, Salvadoran American; Bilingual. Married to Mateo. Shy and has a hard time speaking up for herself. Works as a cashier at El Gallo Supermercado. Singing is her greatest passion. She sings in her church choir. Learns to play the trumpet. Also plays Tia Carmen, who plays the violin.

MATEO CAMPOS, male, mid-late 20s; Assistant store manager at El Gallo Supermercado. Bilingual. Married to Isabel. Struggles with the traditions of “Macho” culture and his love for his wife. Also plays choir, Chuy “Pepe” Campos, the caffeine-jacked up store manager at El Gallo Supermercado, musician, Rene and Ruben, Soyla’s twin cousins, & Los Muchachos. Can sing and play a mariachi instrument.

GABBY OROZCO, female, early 20s, U.S. born Puerto Rican; A Born Again Christian. She lacks confidence, style, and experience in the world. Works as a baker at El Águila Panadería. She sings and plays the electric bass at her church. Learns to play the guitarrón. She actively searches for guidance and companionship. Plays another female customer.

SOYLA REYNA, female, early/mid 40s, Columbian; Immigrated to the U.S. as a young woman from Columbia. Bilingual. Owner of Salón Superior de Soyla. She is always well put together. Savvy about the world, opinionated, self-sufficient, sexually confident, and supportive of the young women. She sings beautifully and learns to play the vihuela. Also plays Sister Manuela, an old school Catholic nun, and female customer.

MINO AVILA, male, middle-aged, Mexican; Ex-friend of Federico. Bilingual. A former mariachi, he is very wise, a music historian. Lucha’s godfather. A soft-spoken and humble man with a broken heart. He works as a carpenter who also repairs music instruments in his garage. Plays Choir, Padre Flores from Madrid, Spain, Holy Roller musician, male customer, guest. Plays guitar or vihuela.

MARIACHIS; Will play live and underscore throughout the play. The minimum instruments are: violin, trumpet, guitar, guitarrón, and vihuela. These roles may be doubled within the cast if possible.
The Great Leap by Lauren Yee (February 2-March 11)


by Lauren Yee (February 2-March 11) LORT D
Director: TBD Playwright: Lauren Yee

MANFORD, male, 17, Chinese American; Intense, scrappy, runs into trouble, attacks the rim with a ruthless crossover. Not tall. More Allen Iverson than Jeremy Lin.

CONNIE, female, 25, Chinese American; Manford’s cousin and UC Berkeley grad student. Level- headed, big picture, warm, big sister type. She needs to read older than Manford.

WEN CHANG, male, 43, Chinese; Coach of Beijing university’s men’s basketball team. Observant, efficient, restrained, conceals deep wants and desires underneath. Must read older than Manford. (his English is formal, fluent, and relatively unaccented.)

SAUL, male, 52, Jewish; Coach of university of San Francisco’s men’s basketball team. A shit-talking, shotblocking, washed up Larry Byrd. Sloppy, raunchy but with a big heart.


(April 6-May 6)

All roles Open


(April 20-May 27)

All roles Open


By Eric Pfeffenger (May 18- June 24)

MADELYN, female, 30s-40s, probably white; Keenan’s wife. KEENAN, male, 30s-40s, African-American; Madelyn’s husband. JIM, male, 30s-40s, white; Heather’s husband.
HEATHER, female, 30s-40s, probably white; Jim’s wife.

DR. HOSKINS, male, probably in his fifties; A reproductive endocrinologist.


(November 24-December 24)

[THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT/CHARITY MAN] (Male, Mid 30’s-Early50’s, Any Ethnicity, Lyric Baritone) Looking preferably to cast this role as AFRICAN AMERICAN, but actors of all ethnicities will be considered. Must be a strong actor and singer with a commanding presence and voice. A jovial and generous personality who enjoys celebrating the abundance of the holiday season. Has the gravitas to shake Scrooge to his core. Must have excellent language skills. Able to belt a high A is a bonus but not necessary. Should be strong up to D,E, F#.


Montgomery, AL
Equity LORT D contract: $700 minimums

By Tennessee Williams
Director: David Ellenstein
First Rehearsal: September 19, 2017
Opens: October 20, 2017
Closes: November 5, 2017

All roles available but Amanda Wingfield.


adapted by Geoffrey Sherman
Based on the novel by Charles Dickens
Director: TBD
First Rehearsal: October 20, 2017
Opens: November 24, 2017
Closes: December 24, 2017

All roles available


By Trey Ellis and Ricardo Khan
Director: Ricardo Khan
First Rehearsal: January 4, 2018
Opens: January 27, 2018
Closes: February 11, 2018

All roles available


By Michael Vigilant
Director: Rodney Clark
First Rehearsal: January 19, 2018
Opens: February 10, 2018
Closes: March 25, 2018

All roles available


By William Gibson
Director: TBD
First Rehearsal: February 6, 2018
Opens: March 9, 2018
Closes: May 6, 2018

All roles available.


By William Shakespeare
Director: TBD
First Rehearsal: March 20, 2018
Opens: April 20, 2018
Closes: May 5, 2018

All roles available


Book by Thomas Meehan,
Music by Charles Strouse,
Lyrics by Martin Charmin
Director: TBD
First Rehearsal: June 5, 2018
Opens: July 5, 2018

Closes: August 5, 2018

All roles available


By Lucile Lichtblau
Director: Nancy Rominger
First Rehearsal: June 26, 2018
Opens: July 22, 2018
Closes: August 5, 2018

Eva: (early 20s) Basha and Joe’s daughter. A dreamer, a mediator

Basha: (mid-40s) Eva’s mother. She is a determined woman trying to make a go of it as a business woman in the Great Depression.

Zummer: (70s) Basha’s mother. Deeply loyal, but quick to call bullshit.

Joe: (mid-40s) Castic, helpless, slowly dying from Parkinson’s disease. Eva’s father and Basha’s husband.

Dr. Greenspan: (40s) He is in love with Basha

Teddy Kaufman: (30s) a would be Hollywood director and producer. He is Zummer’s great nephew.
A man who is fulfilling the family’s dreams. He resembles Fred Astaire and has the same easy charm.


Arizona Theatre Company 2017 -2018 Season
LORT B; $861/week current min (17/18 salary pending)

First rehearsal of season is August 15, 2017.
Closing date of season is June 3, 2018.
Six productions are in the season and each production is presented in both Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. Normal is a ten week contract for each show: 4 weeks rehearsal and 3 weeks of performance in Tucson and 3 weeks of performance in Phoenix. The 2017 – 2018 season will include contemporary comedy, contemporary drama and two musicals.

Seeing males and females in age from their teens through their full range of adult ages and all ethnicities.

by Neil Simon — August 15 – October 22, 2017

George — male, early 40s to mid 50s

Leo — male — late 30s to mid 40s

Jennie and Faye — both females and in their 30s.


by Marisela Trevino Orta -September 26 – December 3, 2017 play is set in a small Brazilian village and all characters are Latin

Helena — female — age 18
Belmira — female — age 16
Moises male — mid 20s
Duarte — male — mid-20s
Sr. Csta — male –late 40s
Sra. Costa — female — late 40


by Mitch Leigh (music),
Joe Darion (lyrics) and
Dale Wasserman (book) — November 7, 2017 – January 28, 2018

All roles available



John Patrick Shanley— December 27, 2017, – March 4, 2018 the play is set in Ireland

Tony Reilly — male — mid 70s
Anthony Reilly — male — early 40s
Aoife Muldoon — female — 70s
Rosemary Muldoon — female — mid 30s.


by Randal Myler and Dan Wheetman
February 13 – April 22, 2018

All roles have been CAST.


By Goodrich and Hackett;
adapted by Wendy Kesselman–March 27 – June 3, 2018

All Roles Available





Actors’ Equity New York Audition Center
165 W 46th St
16th Fl
New York, NY 10036

Monday, May 15, 2017
9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Lunch 1 to 2


Please prepare one monologue, one song, or one monologue and one song not to exceed 2 minutes in length. An accompanist will be provided. Bring picture and resume.

Minors must be accompanied by an adult

Find your next broadway job here, with casting calls, acting auditions, performing arts administrative, design, technical, stage, internships and other Broadway


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here