- This event has passed.
The Humans Auditions
December 14, 2019 @ 12:00 pm
THE HUMANS AUDITIONS – DECEMBER 14 (12-3 P.M.) AND DECEMBER 15 (6-9 P.M.)
Co-audition The Humans, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Vanity Fair
Volunteer actors of any gender, race, ethnicity, age, language, disability/ability, sexual orientation and gender-identification are encouraged to audition. Should you need accommodations for your audition, such as an interpreter or wheelchair assistance, please email email@example.com. For all other questions related to the audition, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Saturday, December 14 – 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.
- Sunday, December 15 – 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
- Potential Callbacks: TBD
Sign up for Auditions
- Sign up for an audition slot here for each show of interest. You will read with the other person signed up for your time or with a provided reader.
- Leave at least 10 minutes between slots to give yourself time to move between spaces.
- Sides will be provided at the audition and are posted HERE.
- Please arrive at the TCR lobby at least 20 minutes prior to your slot to check-in and to fill out an audition form.
- Be prepared to state all potential rehearsal conflicts.
- Eric Blake (60’s) – Tormented, like a tower crumbling into softening ground, the question hovering over him —“Don’tcha think it should cost less to be alive?”— echoes without words. He recently lost hismaintenance job of 30 years. But, the real cost of his past indiscretions has yet to surface.
- Deirdre Blake (60’s) – Upset that her daughters have left home and abandoned their Catholic religion, she remains a loving warm Mother, facing a changing economy her family isn’t ready to handle, resulting in painful situations that really shouldn’t be as funny as they are.
- Aimee Blake (30’s) – grappling with ulcerative colitis, the breakup with her long-time girlfriend, and the news that she’s no longer in line to make partner at her Philadelphia law firm, it’s hard for her not to be sarcastic: her entire life has entered the twilight zone.
- Brigid Blake (20’s) – She chose a private college over a state school, and now has a sizeable debt, and two bartending jobs to keep her free to audition for her musician gigs. Tense, touchy and trying hard to make this dinner, and her life, go smoothly.
- Fiona “Momo” Blake (80’s) – Erik’s wheelchair-bound mother suffering from dementia; she rarely stands, and needs to be helped when she does. She can still be reached thru prayer and music. And has an eerie, symbolic connection to everything and everyone around her.
- Richard Saad (30’s) – Brigid’s boyfriend, a good-natured, budding social worker who wears his sensitivity on his sleeve.
- Rehearsals begin mid-February (5-6 weeks)
- Runs March 20 – April 5 (Fri-Sun with potential added Thursdays)
- Rehearsal days/times based on actor availability.