CATCO is KIDS announces auditions for Idris Goodwin’s Short Plays Toward An Antiracist Tomorrow. These four short plays for multi-generational audiences are designed to spark conversations about race in America, and to serve as a catalyst for action. These plays are presented as a part of the HeART of Protest at King Arts Complex. Auditions, rehearsals, and performance will be virtual.

Scripts can be found here.

Seeking non-Equity actors, both adults and young performers, for the following roles:

The Water Gun Song, directed by Shanelle Marie
SAM – a young boy, 7 – 10 years old, brown skinned
JULES – Sam’s parent, any gender, brown skinned

ACT FREE, directed by Patricia Wallace-Winbush
KID 1 – the dreamer, the idealist, any gender, Black, age 10 – 15
KID 2 – the skeptic, the realist, any gender, Black, age 9 – 14
KID 3 – naive, “gets-along,” any gender, Black, age 9 – 14

Nothing Rhymes with Juneteenth, directed by Kenneth Brown
JEAN – The Parent, any gender, any race
PETE – The Kid, 10-14 years old, any gender, Black, has good sense of rhythm/can rap

#Matter, directed by David S. Harewood
KIM – A black woman, 20s or 30s, educated, progressive
COLE – A white man, 20s or 30s, educated, progressive

Actors over 18 will be paid hourly.

Please submit by September 30. 

Invited auditions will take place over Zoom on October 2nd and 3rd.

Auditions: Invited auditions will take place over Zoom on October 2 & 3
Rehearsals:
October 5-16

The videos will premiere on October 24th, followed by a talkback with the actors and directors, and then be available after that on CATCO’s website. The plays will be presented free of charge.

CATCO is accepting both union and non-union actor submissions for our upcoming 2020/2021 season. We are actively seeking actors of all genders, ages, ethnicities, and abilities. Local Central Ohio submissions only at this time, please.

While our 2020/2021 season has not yet been announced, we are seeking actors for both upcoming virtual and eventual in-person performances.

Material: Actors should submit a video of no more than three minutes, preferably either two contrasting contemporary monologues OR one contemporary monologue, as well as a selection from a musical theatre song. If you do not currently have recording capabilities, three-minute or less video of you performing from within the last three to five years will also be accepted.

Submission Details: To submit, please email your headshot and resume in a single PDF, and your video, to casting@catco.org with the subject line: CATCO GENERALS. The file name of this document must follow this format: LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HSR.pdf. Make sure your resume includes an email address and a phone number. Please also let us know if you are available and interested in virtual performances over the coming weeks and months.

CATCO is KIDS announces auditions for Idris Goodwin’s Short Plays Toward An Antiracist Tomorrow. These four short plays for multi-generational audiences are designed to spark conversations about race in America, and to serve as a catalyst for action. These plays are presented as a part of the HeART of Protest at King Arts Complex. Auditions, rehearsals, and performance will be virtual.

Scripts can be found here.

Seeking non-Equity actors, both adults and young performers, for the following roles:

The Water Gun Song, directed by Shanelle Marie
SAM – a young boy, 7 – 10 years old, brown skinned
JULES – Sam’s parent, any gender, brown skinned

ACT FREE, directed by Patricia Wallace-Winbush
KID 1 – the dreamer, the idealist, any gender, Black, age 10 – 15
KID 2 – the skeptic, the realist, any gender, Black, age 9 – 14
KID 3 – naive, “gets-along,” any gender, Black, age 9 – 14

Nothing Rhymes with Juneteenth, directed by Kenneth Brown
JEAN – The Parent, any gender, any race
PETE – The Kid, 10-14 years old, any gender, Black, has good sense of rhythm/can rap

#Matter, directed by David S. Harewood
KIM – A black woman, 20s or 30s, educated, progressive
COLE – A white man, 20s or 30s, educated, progressive

Actors over 18 will be paid hourly.

Please submit by September 30. 

Invited auditions will take place over Zoom on October 2nd and 3rd.

Auditions: Invited auditions will take place over Zoom on October 2 & 3
Rehearsals:
October 5-16

The videos will premiere on October 24th, followed by a talkback with the actors and directors, and then be available after that on CATCO’s website. The plays will be presented free of charge.

CATCO is accepting both union and non-union actor submissions for our upcoming 2020/2021 season. We are actively seeking actors of all genders, ages, ethnicities, and abilities. Local Central Ohio submissions only at this time, please.

While our 2020/2021 season has not yet been announced, we are seeking actors for both upcoming virtual and eventual in-person performances.

Material: Actors should submit a video of no more than three minutes, preferably either two contrasting contemporary monologues OR one contemporary monologue, as well as a selection from a musical theatre song. If you do not currently have recording capabilities, three-minute or less video of you performing from within the last three to five years will also be accepted.

Submission Details: To submit, please email your headshot and resume in a single PDF, and your video, to casting@catco.org with the subject line: CATCO GENERALS. The file name of this document must follow this format: LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_HSR.pdf. Make sure your resume includes an email address and a phone number. Please also let us know if you are available and interested in virtual performances over the coming weeks and months.

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