A world-premiere new adaptation of
By Darcy Hogan
Auditions Saturday, March 6th at 2:30pm
Callbacks Sunday, March 7th at 7:00pm
The Empire Theatre – 202 N. Broadway in Santa Ana
Theatre Out is currently casting for Edward II.
This powerful one-act adaptation of Marlowe’s tragic drama is
total re-envisioning of the story. A much more intimate exploration
of the fated king’s story, and the human emotion behind
the complex relationship of Gaveston, Edward and Isabella.
Director: Darcy Hogan (The Laramie Project)
Rehearsals: Begin in late March
Performances: May 14 – June 5 Fri/Sat (Some Thrr and Sun)
CLASSICAL THEATER EXPERIENCE A PLUS, BUT NOT REQUIRED.
The director is interested in working with actors who can find the subtle,
emotions of these characters. Classical training is wonderful but not required.
Monologues not required. All actors will be asked to read from the script.
Sides will be available from the Theatre Out website (www.TheatreOut.com).
If available, please bring a headshot and resume, as well as a list of
ALL ROLES ARE OPEN. ANY RACE OR ETHNICITIY. NO DIALECTS REQUIRED.
There is no pay. Theatre Out does not work under any Equity agreements.
Theatre Out encourages diversity in casting and, no, you don’t have to be gay to
work with us!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL THE DIRECTOR:
OR VISIT THE THEATRE OUT WEBSITE AT
ROLES AVAILABLE (4 M / 2 W) Age range 20-50:
EDWARD (M): The King. Human. In love with Gaveston. Cares for and is
married to Isabella.
ISABELLA (F): The Queen. Genuinely in love with Edward. Kind. Stuck in
an unfortunate situation.
GAVESTON (M): Edward’s love. Attractive, Kind. Deeply in love with King
Edward. Some nudity required.
MORTIMER (M): Strong, masculine, power-hungry. Closeted.
MARGARET (F): Queen’s confidant, Edward’s niece. *
CANTERBURY (M): A Catholic Bishop. *
EDMUND (M): Edward’s Brother. *
* NOTE: These three actors will also portray a group of traveling
performers and should be comfortable with stage movement. Mime or dance
background a big plus, but not required.
ABOUT THE WRITER / DIRECTOR:
Darcy Hogan is a local Orange County director, actor and playwrite, and an OC
Weekly Award-Winner for “Best New Play of 2005”. She is also the writer of
Theatre Out’s audience-favorite late night Christmas musical “Last Christmas I
Gave You My Heart, But The Very Next Day You Said You Were Gay” which played to
sold-out audience for the past three years. Because of her extensive background
and training in classical theater, which dates back to 1984 and included four
seasons with the Utah Shakespearean Festival, she is particularly skilled at
adapting classical works.
As a director she has received critical-acclaim for her stagings, including Lord
Sheridan’s “The Rivals”. She has previously directed both “The Laramie Project”
and “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later” for Theatre Out.
THEATRE OUT PERFORMS AT:
The Empire Theatre
202 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA
THEATRE OUT MAILING ADDRES:
P.O. Box 2989, Anaheim, CA 92814
Box Office: 714.826.8700