Orlando audition notice
6:59 PM EDT, August 7, 2013
Mad Cow Theatre announces audition for
MAD COW THEATRE is holding an audition for its upcoming production of The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. Production dates are February 14, 2014, through March 16, 2014, with a possible extension. Stephan Jones is directing.
Mad Cow Theatre is seeking professional actors. Auditioners should prepare a 1-2 minute monologue.
We are looking to fill these two roles:
Martin Luther King Jr.: Male, African-American, 39, Nobel Peace Prize-winning civil rights movement leader. Powerful, sexy and charming with a flashing intelligence and an almost hidden vulnerability. He sometimes seems younger or older than his years. Every bit the brilliant orator, impassioned preacher, and fearless leader that he was in real life. This King is very human - driven by his unquenchable lust for life in all of its extremes.
Camae: Female, African-American, 20's, Lorraine Motel maid. She is beautiful, playful and sexy. She has a powerful body and an equally powerful mind. Camae has an irresistible sensuality and she loves to flirt, tease, and sass. She is both very human, but also very special.
Audition will be held at
Mad Cow Theatre
54 West Church Street - 2nd floor
Orlando, FL 32801
Audition time is as follows:
Sunday, August 11, from 5:30pm to 8pm, by appointment only.
Mad Cow is seeking a diverse company of actors and is committed to equal opportunity employment and a flexible, non-traditional casting policy. Non-traditional casting is defined as the casting of ethnic minorities, senior actors, female actors or actors with disabilities in roles where race, ethnicity, age, gender or ability is not germane.
You may schedule an audition by e-mailing our audition coordinator at email@example.com. All performers are paid a fee. AEA performers and Mad Cow work together under an Equity OAT contract.
Mad Cow Theatre is a 501 c 3 arts organization funded by The State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs, United Arts of Central Florida, The Downtown Development Board, The Florida Theatrical Association, Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program, and members of the Central Florida community just like you.
Mad Cow Theatre is a proud member of The Arts and Cultural Alliance of Central Florida, MBA Orlando and The Downtown Orlando Partnership.
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