Open Auditions in Charlotte, NC for Child & Adult Actors

08/20/2018

The Hundred Dresses

Location: Charlotte, NC

Type: Theater

The Hundred Dresses

Director – Jill Bloede

Auditions:
Saturday, September 8th 1:00pm
or
Sunday, September 9th 1:00pm

at:

Matthews Playhouse
Matthews Community Center
100 E. McDowell Street
Matthews, NC 28105

Performances:
October 12th – 21st, 2018
Performances include 5 days of school shows

We are looking for adults as well as young people ages 10 and up.

Adults will be compensated with a stipend for their participation in this production.

~ Please come prepared to read from the script and/or participate in a simple improv
~ Generally rehearsals will be Sunday-Thursday until the final week
~ You must be available for all performances

Sign up for an audition slot:
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0B4FAEAE2FA3F94-onehundred

Contact Information: 704-846-8343 contact@matthewsplayhouse.com

Additional Casting Information

NOTE: Children’s roles will be cast with actors ages 10 and up. Teenagers will be considered for all the student roles.

The below are school students:

  • Wanda Petronski – soft spoken child of an immigrant
  • Peggy Thomas – attractive, most popular girl in school, powerful
  • Madeline Reeves – imaginative, playful, Peggy’s best friend
  • Cecile Allen – well dressed, well spoken, but on the giggly side
  • Jack Beggles – fun, smart, motor boat designer
  • Willie Bounce – a boaster, full of adventure and dares
  • Jacob Petronski – Wanda’s brother More hardened to life

Adult roles:

  • Miss Mason – 30-40’s, the classroom teacher Compassionate, clear spoken
  • Shelly Reeves – 40ish, Madeline’s mom, Kind, industrious in the face of hard times
  • Mr. Petronski – 40ish, Wanda’s father, a Polish immigrant, speaks in broken English Hard worker, supports his children
  • Mr. Svenson – 50-60’s, Lives alone on Boggins Heights, Reclusive. Lonely.

Payment: Non Paid

City or Location of call: Charlotte, NC
Please submit to: cprodan@matthewsplayhouse.com

This casting notice was posted by: Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts



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