Actors for “The Glory Man” – Lambs Players Theatre (CA)

WHO: Lambs Players Theatre – "The Glory Man"

ABOUT: THE GLORY MAN, a new work with musical overlay by Dennis J. Hassell, tells the story of Clarence Jordan of Koinoinia Farms who founded Habitat for Humanity. The action of the play takes place in the American deep south in the 1950s-1970s.

SEEKING: Seeking Actors 18-60. Men and Women to play multiple roles in THE GLORY MAN, Dennis J. Hassell's new play about the life of Clarence Jordan, the founder of Habitat for Humanity. Actors of color highly encouraged to audition. Ability to sing parts is a plus.

Clarence Jordan – late 30s /early 40s; Founder of Habitat for Humanity

Florence Jordan – mid 30s; Clarence's wife

All other actors will play multiple roles. Additionally, we will be casting one African-American girl, ages 6-11, and one caucasian boy , ages 8-11.

PAY: $510/week

When: Saturday, August 7th
A monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.
Where: Lamb's Players Theatre
1142 Orange Avenue
Coronado, CA 92178
There is street parking all around the theatre.
Notes/What to bring: Please prepare:
1) a 1 minute comic monologue
2) 2 sets of head shots and resumes

Appointment necessary – please email Maria Mangiavellano at for an audition appointment.

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