Equity/Non-Equity Performers – WAM Theatre

WHO: WAM Theatre



Late 20s-early 40s. Tailor. Old-fashioned gentleman. Used to be an accountant. Separated from his twin sister Frances at birth.


Late 20s-early 30s. Bank teller. When she is happy she is happy, when she is sad she is sad. She resides openly and sincerely inside the emotional state, moment to moment.


Late 20s-early 40s. Hairdresser. Practical yet sensual. Used to be a physicist. Lives with Joan. Separated from her twin brother Frank at birth.


Late 30s-early 50s, British. Nurse. Lives with Frances. Direct. Strong carriage. Sure of everything, until she's not.


Late 20s-early 40s. Psychiatrist. Has an unidentifiable Italian accent. Handsome. Enjoys being a well for the sorrows of others. Falls in love with Tilly.

WHEN: OPEN Auditions (Equity/non) by APPOINTMENT: Monday, September 13, 2010

4 PM – 10 PM
Break from 6:30-7.
NEW STAGE Performing Arts Center 55 North Street, 2nd Floor
Pittsfield, MA 01201. Above the Beacon Cinema.

For an appointment, contact Kristen at info@wamtheatre.com or (518)243-9627.

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