CASTING CALL - ELEVATOR STAGE PLAY
A 9/11 Tenth Anniversary Event Performed at the Proscenium Theater,
Pima Community College Center for the Arts, West Campus
Produced by Elevator Stage Play International
…a character study of six lives trapped in a WTC elevator during 9/11
THE PLAY IS IN NEED OF VARIOUS MEN, 30 to 50 YEARS OF AGE, WHO WILL HAVE 1 to 5 LINES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PLAY.
These characters are essential for setting the mood for the entire play
Casting Call: August 14th, 2011
Time: Sunday : 10 am
Location: Red Barn Theater (GO to Back Building) 948 North Main
(1 block south of Speedway, just off I-10)
Performance: Proscenium Theater, Pima Community College Center for the Arts, West Campus
Dates: September 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 2011
Comp: Credit and Tickets
Rehearsal: Multi-Weekly, Non-paid, Drinks & Snacks Supplied
DAY OF CASTING ONLY PHONE NUMBER (Please don’t call otherwise, only email): 520-477-PLAY (7529)
SEEKING only performers dedicated, committed and responsible and can perform to a crowd of up to 400.
OPEN CALL: The producers of Elevator are having an open call for this play.
Visit www.elevatorstageplay.com for more details. Email us at email@example.com and tell us if you'll be there. Scene scripts will be available at audition.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
DO NOT EMAIL HEADSHOT & RESUME: BRING WITH YOU TO AUDITION
BASED ON THE MOTION PICTURE, “ELEVATOR.”
“Elevator” is a character study of six lives trapped in a World Trade Center elevator on the day of 9/11. It is driven by the facts of the elevator system and what happened to the system on that day. The play begins a few minutes before the first plane hits the first tower, and runs in real time for the one-hundred and two minutes until the tower collapses. This play explores layers of humanity in times of crisis as the play moves forward--the victim’s situation continually disintegrating--until finally the improbable understanding that their very existence is in jeopardy.
This play, ultimately, examines the best and worse of our humanity.
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