Roundabout Productions is excited to announce auditions for Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman"
Auditions will consist of readings from the script and will be held on March 20 and March 22.
Callbacks, if necessary, will be held on March 23, 2023.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30pm - 9:30pm
You will not be called to every rehearsal.
June 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25
Rehearsals and performances will take place at the Coelho Middle School, at 99 Brown Street, Attleboro MA
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Death of a Salesman is a drama that follows 24 hours in the life of Willy Loman, a traveling salesman who has been fired from his job and is struggling with his failed attempts to find success and happiness. Willy’s slipping mental health, strained relationships with his sons and his dark secrets from the past have eroded the delusional world in which he lives. Now he clings to one final desperate act.
Willy Loman: (Male 50s – 60s) an aging traveling salesman who is beginning to lose his grip on reality as he struggles with guilt and crumbling family relationships.
Biff Loman: (Male 30s – 40s) Willy’s grown son who has struggled to find himself ever since high school where he was a football star. Biff also plays his teenage self in Willy’s flashbacks.
Happy Loman: (Male 20’s – 40s) Willy’s youngest son who is a woman chaser and unhappy with his work life. Happy also plays his younger self in Willy’s flashbacks.
Charley: (Male 40s – 60s) Willy’s friend and neighbor who is concerned about Willy’s fading condition and though he has to endure occasional abuse from Willy, he often lends him money.
Bernard: (Male 20s-40s) Charley’s son who was looked down upon as a kid by Willy and his sons but has grown up to be a successful lawyer.
Linda Loman: (Female 50s – 60s) Willy’s patient wife who loves her husband deeply despite his shortcomings.
Howard Wagner: (Male 20s – 40s) the son of Willy’s boss. He fires Willy.
Uncle Ben: (Male 20s – 40s) Willy’s older brother who has become rich. He only shows up in Willy’s memories.
The Woman: (Female 30s – 40s) Willy’s mistress while he went on business trips.
Other Ensemble Roles: Stanley, Older Waiter, Miss Forsythe, Letta, Jenny
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Roundabout is happy to announce auditions for our seventh annual production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
AUDITIONS were held at Norfolk Cable Television, 158 Main St. Norfolk MA 02056, on the following dates:
Sunday, Sept. 18, 4 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Please come prepared to read from the script and sing a Christmas carol or two!
All ages welcome!
PLEASE SIGN UP FOR AN AUDITION DATE HERE:
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m., starting October 3 at Coelho Middle School, 99 Brown Street, Attleboro, MA
Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16 & 17
Rehearsals and performances will be at the Coelho Middle School (99 Brown Street, Attleboro, MA)
*** cast is filled - thank you ***
AUDITIONS for Roundabout Productions' fall show, Christopher Durang's, "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike"
Auditions will be held on
Monday, July 11, 2022
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Thursday, July 14, 2022
from 6:30PM - 9:00PM at Coelho Middle School (99 Brown Street, Attleboro, MA).
Auditions will consist of readings from the script and improvisational games (just the fun ones!)
No appointment is necessary, but please plan on staying for an hour or so.
Sept. 29, 30 & Oct. 1 at Coelho Middle School in Attleboro
Rehearsals will take place on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Over the summer, Monday and Wednesday rehearsals will be held at the Norfolk Public Library or "The Greenroom" at Norfolk Community TV.
Thursday rehearsals will be held at Coelho Middle School. After school starts, all rehearsals will take place at Coelho.
Vanya: 50's, living in Bucks County. Resigned to his life... more or less... at least compared to Sonia.
Sonia: His adopted sister. 50's, living with him in their parents' house. Discontent, upset, regretful.
Masha: His sister. 50's, glamorous and successful actress who goes gallivanting around the world.
Spike: An aspiring actor, late 20's, sexy, self-absorbed. Masha's new companion.
Nina: Lovely, sincere, would-be actress. 20's, visiting her aunt and uncle next door. Starstruck and energetic.
Cassandra: Cleaning person and soothsayer, any age, any race.
ABOUT THE PLAY
Chekhov is alive and well in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where adult siblings Vanya and Sonia reside in their old family home, mourning their lost dreams and missed opportunities. When their often-wrong, fortune-telling maid warns of impending dangers, and their movie star sister, Masha, arrives unexpectedly with young, sexy, boy toy, Spike, the family is launched into a rollicking weekend of one-upmanship, exposed nerves, and a lot of broken mugs.
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
*** cast is filled - thank you ***
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** ----- Cast is selected. Thank you! ------**
Auditions will consist of readings from the script.
All roles are currently filled.
THANK YOU to all our wonderful actors!
Here are the characters in "God of Carnage"
(Age Range 25+)
At first she seems like the most benevolent of the bunch. Instead of resorting to litigation regarding her son Bruno’s injury, she believes that they can all come to an agreement about how Ferdinand should make amends for his attack. Of the four principles, Veronica exhibits the strongest desire for harmony.
(Age Range 25+)
At first, Michael seems eager to create peace between the two boys and perhaps even bond with the Reilles. He offers them food and drink. He is quick to agree with the Reilles, even making light of the violence, commenting on how he was a leader of his own gang during his childhood.
(Age Range 45+)
Ferdinand’s mother is constantly on the brink of a panic attack. In fact, she vomits twice during the course of the play. Unfortunately, the pressures of motherhood and household have eroded her self-confidence. Annette feels abandoned by her husband who is eternally preoccupied with work. Alan is glued to his cell phone throughout the play, until Annette finally loses control and drops the phone into a vase of tulips. Annette is the most physically destructive of the four characters. *Must be able to throw up believably onstage*
(Age Range 45+)
Alan might be the most stereotypical character of the group in that he is modeled after other slimy lawyers from countless other stories. He is the most openly rude because he frequently interrupts their meeting by talking on his cell phone. His law firm represents a pharmaceutical company that is about to be sued because one of their new products causes dizziness and other negative symptoms. He claims that his son is a savage and doesn’t see any point in trying to change him. He seems the most sexist of the two men, often implying that women have a host of limitations.
Here are the characters in "The Comedy of Errors"
Solinus, duke of Ephesus
Egeon: A merchant from Syracuse, Egeon is the father of twin boys (both named Antipholus) and the husband of Emilia.
Antipholus of Ephesus: The son of Egeon and Emilia and twin brother of Antipholus of Syracuse, this Antipholus, after being separated from his father and brother in a shipwreck, ends up in Ephesus.
Antipholus of Syracuse: The son of Egeon and Emilia and twin brother of Antipholus of Ephesus, this Antipholus ended up with his father after the shipwreck, but has recently set out looking for his lost twin, which brings him to Ephesus.
Dromio of Ephesus: The slave of Antipholus of Ephesus and twin of Dromio of Syracuse.
Dromio of Syracuse: The slave of Antipholus of Syracuse and twin of Dromio of Ephesus.
Balthazar: A merchant
Angelo: A goldsmith.
First Merchant: A friend of Antipholus of Syracuse.
Pinch: A schoolmaster.
Emilia: The long-lost wife of Egeon, an abbess at Ephesus.
Adriana: Wife of Antipholus of Ephesus.
Luciana: Adriana’s unmarried sister.
Luce: Servant of Adriana, Luce is also called Nell.
Roundabout is happy to announce auditions for our fourth annual production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Please come prepared to read from the script and sing a Christmas carol or two! No appointment necessary. All ages welcome!
PERFORMANCE DATES: December 4 - 8, 2019
REHEARSALS: Start Oct. 3, and will be on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
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Roundabout Productions announces auditions for our July production, Ken Ludwig's "The Game's Afoot (or Holmes for the Holidays)".
It is December 1936, and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous.
Auditions will consist of improvisational games and readings from the script. This is a high-energy, sometimes physically demanding, comedy. Please come prepared to move.
NO APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY
REHEARSALS: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m., starting May 14.
PERFORMANCE DATES: July 25, 26, 27 & 28 (8 p.m. on Thursday - Saturday; 2 p.m matinees on Saturday and Sunday)
CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS (ALL ROLES ARE OPEN)
WILLIAM GILLETTE: MALE, 36-45
A dynamic and charming stage actor, Gillette made a fortune from his stage adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, whom he also plays. Recently shot in the arm in a bizarre incident, he is determined to bring his Sherlockian skills to bear on solving the case.
FELIX GEISEL: MALE, 40-45
The company’s character actor, Felix is histrionic and arch. A true theatrical that has given his life to the stage, Felix is Gillette’s best friend and occasional sidekick. Married to Madge.
SIMON BRIGHT: MALE, 23-27
Simon is an enthusiastic young man, eager to please and find success. A bit of a naïf, Simon can occasionally be overly sensitive. Recently married to Aggie, they make a charming and wonderful couple.
INSPECTOR HARRIET GORING: FEMALE, 40-59
English and eccentric, completely one of a kind. By turns, witty and incisive, suddenly lost and dim, she is disarming in her inability to be defined. Always off the mark, yet never far from the truth, somehow she always gets her man.
MARTHA GILLETTE: FEMALE, 70-79
Gillette’s dotty mother, elegant though a bit foggy, Martha never shies away from a fight. Always willing to lob a criticism when necessary, all the same, Martha is loyal to Gillette and his gang of theatrical misfits.
MADGE GEISEL: FEMALE, 40-45
Wry and outspoken, Madge, like her husband Felix, is a lifelong theatrical. Is game for anything, but back her into a corner and she will come out swinging.
AGGIE WHEELER: FEMALE, 23-27
Bright-eyed and energetic, Aggie is the ingénue of the company. She is good-natured and kind, and has had tragedy in her past, though she seems to have dealt with it well, and even moved on. Recently married to Simon, they make a charming and wonderful couple.
DARIA CHASE: FEMALE, 34-47
Glamorous and gorgeous, Daria is the theatre critic we all love to hate. Biting, bitchy, and utterly charming, you can’t help but like Daria, despite the terrible things she says and writes.
Tuesday Apr 9, 2019
Thursday Apr 11, 2019
7:30pm to 10pm
Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center / The Orpheum Theatre - Foxboro
Roundabout is happy to announce auditions for our third annual production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".
Please come prepared to read from the script and sing a Christmas carol or two! No appointment necessary. All ages welcome!
Monday September 25, 2018 - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday September 25, 2018 - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Dec. 7, 8 & 9. Friday night, 2 on Saturday, Sunday matinee.
Start Oct. 4, and will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
All auditions and performances at:
Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center / The Orpheum Theatre
Foxboro 1 School Street, Foxborough, Massachusetts 02035
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