“Lone Star” auditions
Location: Round Rock, TX
Sam Bass Theatre, the premiere theatrical venue for Round Rock, Texas (and Central Texas’ oldest operating theatre group) announces auditions for Jame’s McLures “Lone Star,” directed by Nick Wigg.
The auditions, consisting of a one-minute prepared, contemporary monologue, are slated for 1-5 p.m. Oct. 13 at the theater, 600 N Lee St. in Round Rock. Please bring a headshot and résumé. The production will be staged Jan. 10-Feb. 3, 2019.
Roles to be cast include:
Roy — (male, any ethnicity, 20-45 years old). Tough, uneducated, belligerent; his Army service has nearly given him a sense of irony … nearly. He voted for Nixon, likes John Wayne movies, and thinks Raquel Welch is a great actress.
Ray — (male, any ethnicity, 18-35 years old). Roy’s younger brother, Ray looks up to Roy for reasons no one quite understands. Sloth-like and slow, he has no idea what irony is. Wears a John Deere hat. Probably sleeps in it.
Cletis, aka “Skeeter” — (male, any ethnicity, 18-35 years old). Cletis is a friend of Ray’s and about as unmemorable a human as you could find in West Texas. He married the first girl he dated that didn’t spit on him. She married him because of his father’s appliance store. He works there and gets lost in the stock room. Has a pocket protector. Sleeps with it.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: Round Rock, TX
Please submit to: email@example.com
This casting notice was posted by: Sam Bass Community Theatre