The Outré Theatre Company is pleased to announce non-Equity auditions for its spring production, Next Fall by Gregory Nauffts. Next Fall will run March 8 – 31, 2019, at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center.
Auditions are by appointment only. Auditions will be held Monday, January 7, 2019, from 6 pm until 10 pm, at Bailey Contemporary Arts. Callbacks will be held the following Monday, January 14, at the same time and location.
To request an audition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with an electronic copy of a current headshot and resume, what role(s) you would like to audition for, and your preferred audition times. Actors who are given audition slots will be emailed sides to prepare. There is no need to prepare monologues.
Below is a character breakdown. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Luke: 20s-early 30s, Caucasian, male-presenting. An actor, originally from Tallahassee but now living in New York. Gay and a born-again Christian, he struggles to make sense of this apparent contradiction.
Adam: 30s-early 40s, Caucasian, male-presenting. Luke’s boyfriend, a native New Yorker and an atheist. Highly intelligent and a bit neurotic.
Holly: late 20s-early 40s, any ethnicity, female-presenting. Adam’s close friend and confidante, and a self-described “fag hag.”
Brandon: 20s-early 30s, any ethnicity, male-presenting. An old friend of Luke’s, a straightlaced gay man who refuses to accept that Luke is in love.
Butch: 50s-60s, Caucasian, male-presenting. Luke’s father. A fundamentalist Florida cracker, with all the baggage that entails, who loves his son deeply. Divorced from Arlene.
Arlene: 50s-60s, Caucasian, female-presenting. Luke’s mother. An eccentric Southern woman who had a wild youth.