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October 25, 2018

APPOINTMENTS - Sherwood - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Robin Hood: Male, late 20s-early 30s; heroic outlaw; smart, but more lucky than savvy; physically athletic; a leading man out of the world of Month Python; actor should have stage combat training and/or a background in dance. British accent required. Friar Tuck: Male, mid-30s-early 40s; the narrator of the play; grounded and witty, could be heavyset; Robin Hood’s jovial companion. British accent required. Maid Marion: Female, late 20s-early 30s; badass ingénue and Robin Hood’s love interest; athletic; actors should have stage combat and/or dance training; also plays: Executioner #1, Heloise, Robin at 12, Robin’s Friend, and Margery. British/a variety of accents required. Deorwynn: Female, late 20s–early 30s; lower class ingénue; physically should be someone who is easy to lift; also plays: Executioner #2, Robin at 8, Alize, and Monk #3. Cockney and a variety of accents required. Little John: Male, late 20s–early 40s; Robin Hood’s chief lieutenant and second-in-command of the Merry Men; physically, there’s nothing “little” about him; well-versed in stage combat; this character does a lot of fighting; also plays: Executioner #3, Master Godwin, Robin Friend #1, Monk #1, and Foreigner #1. British accent required. Sheriff: Male, mid 30s–50s; total bumbler, scaredy cat, outcast, schlubby; actors should have stage combat and/or dance training; also plays: Peasant, Robin Friend #3, Ansgot, Monk 2, and Gaspar. British accent required. Prince John: Male, 50s; arrogant, and maybe a little fey; character actor track; seeking real transformer; also plays: Executioner #4, Midwife, Master Bladen, Much the Miller, Father Goph, and Foreigner #2. British accent required.


APPOINTMENTS - The Good Book - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Miriam: Female, 55 to 60 years old. Female. A Biblical scholar, she teaches Hebrew Bible Studies at a major university, present-day. Any ethnicity. Connor: 25 to 35 years old. A boy growing up in a suburb of Detroit, starting in the '70s. He ages during the play, from 10 years old to 38 years old. Energetic and very funny. Any ethnicity. Man 2: 20s. Plays a series of eager, funny, smart young men, including Connor’s friend Jim, as well as Shepherd, Laban, Theophilus, Jimmy, King James, various Scribes, and Charlie in the Writing Rooms. Any ethnicity. Man 3: 40 to 60 years old. Middle Eastern male. Arab-American. Charming, clever, and open-hearted. He plays Miriam’s lover Qasim, as well as Teacher, Mordechai, Simon, Peter, Luke, and JJ in the Writing Rooms. Woman 2: 20 to 30 years old. East Asian female. Smart, vulnerable, and edgy. Plays a Korean journalist named SooMin Kim, as well as Tema, Betah, Veronica, Jerome, Cotton Mather, and Phyllis in the Writing Rooms.


Tell Them I'm Still Young - EPA - Actors
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Seth: Male, 25; a bartender/musician who lives in Brooklyn; handsome in a folk musician or beach-guitarist way; laid-back, sweet, has a good heart and an apparent vulnerability; he tries to make others feel loved; he's looking for his place/people in the world. Taylor: Female, 25; Allen’s student at UPENN; Taylor is pursuing her Masters and eventual PhD in History; smart, brave, and a little scattered; Taylor’s wardrobe hasn’t outgrown undergrad quite yet; she's ambitious and strong willed; she's capable of intense emotional swings. Kay (Cast): Female, 18+, This role has been cast. Performers will be considered for future/emergency replacement needs only. 62; Allen’s wife, Nikki’s mother; a poet who hasn’t been able to write for a few years; she’s funny, witty and outspoken; a free spirit, probably former Bohemian; dresses comfortably but curated; her vanity remains intact; warm with an icy undercurrent. Allen (Cast): Male, 18+, This role has been cast. Performers will be considered for future/emergency replacement needs only. 63; Kay’s husband, Nikki’s father; a professor of martial history in the graduate program at UPENN; one might think Allen is a stern, unfeeling kind of man at first glance; but he’s mostly soft-spoken, shy, a nerdy young-man all grown up; his intelligence and education gives him confidence, and he’s at least articulate and fast-talking enough to keep up with his wife.


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