ATC CASTING CALL
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 submit.
Actors for roles in Arizona Theatre Company’s 2022/2023 Season (See Breakdown)
IN-PERSON AUDITIONS – 2022/2023 SEASON
Thursday, July 7
10 AM – 6 PM
Temple of Music and Art – Cabaret Theatre (2nd floor)
330 S. Scott Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
Friday, July 8
10 AM – 6 PM
Herberger Theater Center – Kax Stage
222 E. Monroe St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Artistic Director: Sean Daniels
Associate Artistic Director: Chanel Bragg
Artistic Producer: Kristi Hess
– Please prepare 2 contrasting one-minute monologues. Complete presentation should be no longer than 3 minutes in length. The three minutes begins with the first word of your first piece.
– Before arriving, please fill out form below AND sign up for which city you would like to audition in. Please note that we will not accept any physical copies of your resume and/or headshot. They should be uploaded prior to your audition via the form below.
HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
– Masks on at all times
– No eating or drinking
– Socially distant seating
In order to audition, you will need to present either proof of vaccination or proof of negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival
– Viewing Personnel will wear masks
– Actor can remove mask for audition and will stand at least 10 feet away from ATC staff
This show has been cast.
The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley
MR. FITZWILLIAM DARCY – master of Pemberley. Darcy is the epitome of dashing charm and good nature.
GEORGE WICKHAM – grew up at Pemberley, son of the former steward, once a soldier, has been in and out of trouble (of his own making) his whole life. Wickham is a rogue who will try to manipulate anyone he can to get what he wants.
LYDIA WICKHAM – a bright, warm and charming personality, if sometimes a bit much, married too young to Mr Wickham.
The Glass Menagerie
AMANDA WINGFIELD – the mother. A little woman of great but confused vitality clinging frantically to another time and place. Her characterization must be carefully created, not copied from type. She is not paranoiac, but her life is paranoia. There is much to admire in Amanda, and as much to love and pity as there is to laugh at. Certainly she has endurance and a kind of heroism, and though her foolishness makes her unwittingly cruel at times, there is tenderness in her slight person.
LAURA WINGFIELD – her daughter. Amanda, having failed to establish contact with reality, continues to live vitally in her illusions, but Laura’s situation is even graver. A childhood illness has left her cripples, one leg slightly shorter than the other, and held in a brace. This defect need not be more than suggested on the stage. Stemming from this, Laura’s separation increases till she is like a piece of her own glass collection, too exquisitely fragile to move from the shelf.
TOM WINGFIELD – her son. And the narrator of the play. A poet with a job in a warehouse. His nature is not remorseless, but to escape from a trap he has to act without pity
JIM O’CONNOR – the gentleman caller. A nice, ordinary, young man.
PRU PAYNE – Late 60s. Public Intellectual, good breeding. Exacting, charming, charismatic, intimidating. A WASP and, at times, waspish.
THOMAS PAYNE – Early 30s. Smart, reticent, sensitive. Shares Pru’s patrician manner of speaking—on him it can sound quasi-British. Casting note: he is ½ African-American.
GUS CUDAHY – Late 60s. Custodial Engineer, thick Massachusetts accent. Prideful, jocular, handy, unschooled, intuitive. Laconic New Englander but jovial.
ART CUDAHY – Early 30s. Chip off the ol’ block, same accent. Tough jock-type but lovable, with a latent poetic side.
The White Chip
#1 – (Any age, any race, female) is helping STEVEN to tell the story and also plays all the women in the piece.
The Legend of Georgia McBride
CASEY – 20’s, male, white.
JO – 20’s, female, African American.
MISS TRACY MILLS – 40’s/50’s, any ethnicity, drag queen.
REXY / JASON – 20’s/30’s, any ethnicity.
EDDIE – 50’s/60’s, male, any ethnicity.
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.