From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, August 21, 2009 5:10 PM
Subject: Late Night Theatre Auditions
The NOW Theatre
Hello to all. We are a late night theatre company in our second season of
performing in conjunction with The Rogue Theatre. We strive to pick works
will provoke the minds of our audiences, while giving our actors material
will encourage growth. Want to be a part of something great?
**Appointments are recommended. Call or email.**
Please bring a headshot and resume stapled (not taped) together, and come
to perform one monologue of any type. Monologue should be no longer than 60
seconds. Be prepared to stay longer, as call-backs may be the same day.
Looking for: Actors 18+ to play...
Male (1) -mid to late 20s
Female (3) -mid to late 20s
Female (1) -mid to late 30s
These include the high school sweetheart in Seattle he dumped just before
night; a free-spirited sexual plaything in Chicago; an older, fire-and-ice
college professor in Boston; and the woman he really loved, in Los Angeles.
That is if he's capable of loving anyone.
Rehearsals will be late night, and set in stone after casting. Run dates are
November 5th-22nd. Thurs-Sat night, with Sunday Mat. (3 weekends/12 shows)
Your career as a writer is blossoming, your beautiful, young fiancee is
to get married and rush off to Cancun by your side?so what is your natural
reaction? Well, if you're a man, it's probably to get nervous and start
up old girlfriends. And so begins a single man's odyssey through four hotel
rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (that
already broken up with). Some Girl(s) is the latest work from Neil Labute,
American theater's great agent provocateur. In grand LaBute fashion, this by
turns outrageously funny and deadly serious portrait of the artist as a
seducer casts a truthful, hilarious light on a typical young American male
he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself.
REVIEWS OF NEIL (reg. Some Girl(s))
"The most legitimately provocative and polarizing playwright at work
today."*?David Amsden, New York magazine*
"[LaBute's] view of modern men and women is unsparing . . . [He] is holding
pitiless mirror to ourselves. We may not like what we see, but we can't deny
that?if only in some dark corner of our souls?it is there."*?Jacques le
Sourd, The Journal News (White Plains, NY)*
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