Hazardous Materials/Pride And Prejudice- Video Submissions Sought

Hazardous Materials/Pride And Prejudice- Video Submissions Sought

CATEGORY: Performer

Creede Repertory Theatre
Creede, CO

Job Details


Notice: Submission

LOA/LORT. Minimum - $473/wk

Director of Pride and Prejudice - Amanda Berg Wilson
Director of Hazardous Materials - Kyle Haden

Pride and Prejudice (1st rehearsal 7/2; opens 7/26; closes 9/14)
Hazardous Materials (1st rehearsal 7/28; opens 8/16; closes 9/13)

Artistic Director Jessica Jackson
Production Manager Jacob Bannerman

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

LINLEY - 30s, female, 1955. African American woman from Alabama. Her husband was an American soldier who died in the Port Chicago munitions disaster in California. The actor playing this role will also play JANE/MISS DE BOURGH in Kate Hamill's Pride and Prejudice in our repertory season. JANE/MISS DE BOURGH - Late 20s/ early 30s. The eldest and most beautiful Bennet daughter. Kind, idealistic, diffident. Always tries to do the right thing. Doubles with Miss De Bourgh, Lady Catherine’s daughter; a gremlin. Probably allergic to sun. Underneath all her veils, she may be covered in scales.

CASSIE - 30-40s, female, 2015. Working class lifelong Chicagoan, woman of color, recovering alcoholic, former military, gruff exterior but kind-hearted with high moral standards

CRT requests that you submit your audition over our video audition portal, which can be found on our website: https://creederep.org/work-at-crt/ Please, include your headshot, resume, and links to two contrasting monologues. We may reach out with a request for sides.

Deadline: 02/01/2019




Audition Information

Minors must be accompanied by an adult


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