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Outvisible 2018-19 General Auditions

will be held Thursday, May 10 from 7-10PM and Saturday, May 12 from 10AM-1PM.

Please see below for details and form to sign up for an audition time slot.

Audition preparation:

  • Two contrasting, contemporary monologues, 90 seconds each
  • If auditioning for Greek Chorus in How I Learned To Drive, please also bring a 45-60 second cut of a 50s or 60s pop song to sing a cappella

Roles we are casting:

Unsportsmanlike Conduct by Jeff Stolzer (World Premiere) • September 20 – October 7, 2018, Directed by Adriane Galea

  • Noah Woodward – 25-35, male. The star quarterback of a Super Bowl-winning football team who is accused of rape. Cocky, charismatic, knows how to manipulate women. Very attractive and in excellent physical shape.
  • Kaylie Robbins – 20-29, female. A cocktail waitress. Pretty but plain girl-next-door type. Has had to work for everything she’s gotten and has never had anything remarkable happen to her.

Venus in Fur by David Ives • February 14 – March 3, 2019, Directed by Adriane Galea

  • Thomas – 30-39, male. A writer/director who is handsome, intelligent, and easily brought into the sexual world of his play. Must also be able to play the character in his script: a 19th century Austrian aristocrat who is obsessed with his maid.
  • Vanda – 20-29, female. Seems flighty and ditzy but is actually highly intelligent and a master manipulator. Must be able to easily transform from a desperate, quirky actress into a powerful seductress. Funny, sexy, and scary all at the same time.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City by Halley Feiffer • March 29 – April 14, 2019, Director TBD

  • Karla – 20-29, female. Charismatic; incredibly dirty mouth and mind; wickedly funny stand-up comedian; playwright’s physical description of character: “pretty face and somewhat childlike demeanor.”
  • Don – 35-49, male. Unassuming; an “everyman” in the most boring sense of the word; suffering from stress, rage and heartache, all largely stemming from recent martial split.
  • Marcie – 50-59, female. Karla’s mother; battling cancer; dry wit; capable of deep love and abusive, selfish cruelty; playwright’s physical description of character: “painfully thin, pale, dyed-redhead.”
  • Geena – 60-69, female. Don’s mother; battling cancer for a long time; brave; tired; playwright’s physical description of character: “heavyset.”

How I Learned To Drive by Paula Vogel • May 3-19, 2019, Directed by Adriane Galea

  • Li’l Bit – 30-45, female. Physically 35 but plays as young as age 11. Is described as having had the body of a 20-year-old at age 12 and having a “fire in her head.” Can be funny, smart, sensual, and vulnerable all at once. Had to grow up too quickly but is often just a typical teenager. Must be able to play both the comedic and dramatic moments.
  • Peck – 40-49, male. Physically 45 but plays the character from age 38. Is described as having a “fire in his heart” and “though having a few problems, could be cast as Atticus in To Kill A Mockingbird.” A southern gentleman, good looking, and charismatic. Both a former Marine and alcoholic who doesn’t open up about his problems. Must be extremely likable, even in low moments.
  • Female Greek Chorus – 35-59, female. Plays Li’l Bit’s mother, Aunt Mary, and classmates. Must be able to easily shift from bluntly hilarious to painfully serious. Must be able to sing tight three part harmony.
  • Male Greek Chorus – 25-49, male. Plays Li’l Bit’s grandfather, a classmate, a waiter, a young man on a bus. Transformative and solid comedic timing. Must be able to sing tight three part harmony.
  • Teenage Greek Chorus – 18-25, female. Plays Li’l Bit’s grandmother, a classmate, and directly narrates as a very young Li’l Bit. Must be over 18 but could easily look 11-14. Both incredibly vulgar and brightly innocent. Must be able to sing tight three part harmony.

Blackbird by David Harrower • July 19 – August 4, 2019, Directed by Scott Anthony Joy

  • Ray – 50-59, male. A middle-aged, middle manager at a low-level pharmaceutical plant. A bit of a loner. Doubt, angst, fear, and regret.
  • Una – 25-29, female. A young woman from Ray’s past. Survivor of childhood sexual abuse at age 12 and has lasting mental trauma.

All ethnicities will be considered for all roles.

Callbacks will be held in late May / early June. AEA actors will be considered for a Tier 1 Special Agreement Contract for shows in 2019 only; all other actors will receive stipends. Rehearsal periods typically begin 4 weeks before opening.

Please email info@outvisibletheatre.com with any questions.

Reserve your audition slot

To reserve an audition timeslot, please fill out the below form. After completing the form, you will be redirected to a signup where you can choose an audition time yourself.

If you have already worked with Adriane, our Artistic Director, in the past, you do not need to be seen to be considered for callbacks; please fill out the form, and ignore the redirect to the signup page.

If you are unavailable for both audition dates, you are welcome to submit your reel or an audition video, but preference will be given to those seen in person.

Contact us

To get in touch with us, use the contact form or email: info@outvisibletheatre.com.

Where are we located:

18614 Ecorse Road
Allen Park, MI 48101
(Inside of Arts Detroit)

Business inquiries: 313.427.2490
Ticket reservations: 313.355.8340

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