Auditions

You can be a star!
Actor Audition times will be set in 10 minute intervals. We will email your exact audition time, character lines to look over as soon as we get your audition notice

OUR NEXT AUDITIONS – NO EXIT

LOCATION: Friends Langley Vineyard Church – 5708 Glover Rd, Langley, BC

 

NEEDED for your Audition:

Email headshot (or picture) and resume (or list of shows) to ticauditions@gmail.com
Please come early to fill out audition form
Sides will be sent out to you once you have requested an audition time.  Please be familiar with the material.

A FEW NOTES ABOUT THE SHOW

  • We anticipate this show will be cast from the auditions with no callbacks
  • First read will be Thursday March 1st at 7:30 PM
  • Regular Rehearsals begin on Monday March 5th and run Monday, Wednesday, some Fridays and Sunday afternoon and evenings
  • This is an intense show that will challenge your acting skills and give you a chance to truly dig into a character
  • The show will run for 2 weeks: April 12-21
  • Please use the form to the left to sign up for an audition slot.
  • Sides will be sent out to you once you have been confirmed with an audition time.
  • If you wish to audition but are not available for any of the dates please use the form to left to let us know that.  No promises, but we will do what we can.

There are 4 roles in the play – here are descriptions from Wikipedia – we will be looking for your best interpretations of these characters:

Vincent Cradeau – His cowardice and callousness caused his young wife to die “of grief” after his execution. He is from Brazil and deserted during an unspecified military conflict. He was unfaithful to his wife – he even recalls, without any sympathy, bringing home another woman one night, and his wife bringing them their morning coffee after hearing their engagement all night. Initially, he hates Inèz because she understands his weakness, and wants Estelle because he feels that if she treats him as a man he will become manly. However, by the end of the play he understands that because Inèz understands the meaning of cowardice and wickedness, only absolution at her hands can redeem him (if indeed redemption is possible).

Inèz Serrano – Inèz is the second character to enter the room. A lesbian postal clerk, she turned a wife against her husband, twisting the wife’s perception of her spouse and the subsequent murder of the man (who is Inèz’s cousin). Indeed, Inèz seems to be the only character who understands the power of opinion, manipulating Estelle’s and Cradeau’s opinions of themselves and of each other throughout the play. She is honest about the evil deeds she, Cradeau and Estelle have done. She frankly acknowledges the fact that she is a cruel person.

Estelle Rigault – Estelle is a high-society woman, who married an older man for his money and had an affair with a younger man. To her, the affair is merely an insignificant fling, but her lover becomes emotionally attached to her and she bears him a child. She drowns the child by throwing it into the lake, which drives her lover to commit suicide. Throughout the play she tries to get at Cradeau, seeking to define herself as a woman in relation to a man. Her sins are deceit and murder (which also motivated a suicide). She lusts over “manly men”, which Cradeau himself strives to be.

Valet – The Valet enters the room with each character, but his only real dialogue is with Garcin. We learn little about him, except that his uncle is the head valet, and that he does not have any eyelids, which links to Garcin because Garcin’s eyelids are atrophied.