Non-Equity Call; $15.00 hourly rate
Trinity Theatre Company is seeking 2 actors to fill roles in LARPing, a world premiere comedy production written by Brian Grace-Duff and Greg Romero and being co-directed by Eddy Lukovic & Sean Boyd, running November 11 – 20, 2022.
Auditions: To prevent the spread of COVID-19, only self-taped auditions are being accepted. All submissions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 PM on August 26, 2022.
Callbacks (by invitation only): in-person on August 29, 2022 from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Britta / Jenny – 20-40, female-presenting, any ethnicity and race. Dynamic and versatile actor able to play multiple characters. Kissing on stage.
John / David – 20-40, male-presenting, any ethnicity and race. Dynamic and versatile actor able to play multiple characters. Must be comfortable undressing down to underwear. Kissing on stage.
An Intimacy Coordinator will be at rehearsals.
***Actors of all ethnicities, race, age, and gender are encouraged to apply***
To submit, email email@example.com. Include:
1) Your name
2) Your email & phone number
3) A self-taped audition package with one monologue of your choice showing range OR two contrasting monologues. Entire video not to exceed 3 minutes.
4) Any Time restrictions you may have for callback times
5) Digital copy of your headshot and resume
6) All conflicts for September 6 – November 20, 2022, including weekends and daytime availability
***If you do not receive a response confirming materials have been collected within 48 hours, please resend your information.***
Important Dates for LARPing:
September 6 – Read Through with Playwrights
November 6 – 9 – Tech
November 11 – 20 – Performances
Performances will take place at the Community Actor’s Theatre, 2957 54th Street, San Diego, CA 92105
About the Show
You are now at the center of Hollow’s heart. Britta is the Dungeon Master and rolls to hit. John makes up songs about popcorn while breaking the rules. David sweats out a dance for his dream girl. And Jenny blasts the best music at The North Pole. Which of these characters are real? What is normal? What is play? And how brave are we – how vulnerable can we get – in revealing who we are and what we need?