SIGN UP TO AUDITION FOR WINDING ROAD'S EIGHT 10s IN TUCSON
ten minute play festival!
All Auditions (04/5-04/6) and Callbacks (04/7-04/11) will be conducted via zoom.
Rehearsal will take place April-May. All shows will be recorded by May 21, 2021. The shows will stream on demand May 28-June 30, 2021.
If you have worked with Winding Road before - You do not need to audition!
Please complete this AUDITION FORM to upload your headshot and resume to let us know you would like to be considered for casting. If a director is interested in seeing you for a role, they will invite you to their individual callbacks. Callback will take place April 7-11.
If you have not worked with Winding Road before - Please sign up below, and complete this AUDITION FORM to upload your headshot and resume.
If you are unable to attend any of the availble dates/times, please complete the AUDITION FORM and upload audition video on wetransfer.com sending to [email protected] NO LATER THAN APRIL 6th.
What to prepare: A monologue of your choice, no longer than 2 minutes in length.
CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS BELOW
I See Your Face in Mine by Madison Peden. Direction by Calla Hay.
Logline: Two beings share in the wonders of Earth
- JULIE HENDERSON: 20s+, woman, any ethnicity
- TOM: an alien
You Can Bake! by Andrea Aptecker. Directed by Joshua Lorris
Logline: Desperation takes hold when Lila realizes her Zoom baking class is going off the rails. Her students don’t listen, the technology is imperfect, baking via Zoom is harder than it looks, and to make matters worse, her ex-boyfriend is taking the class
- LILA - 30s+, woman, any ethnicity
- TATIANA - 55+, woman, Russian
- LORENZO - 30+, man, any ethnicity
- MARTIN/MARTINA - any age, any gender, any ethnicity
153 by Steven G. Martin. Direction by Sean Cronin.
Logline: A middle-aged man and a young man travel through a barren, desolate space. They fold clothes and place them into suitcases, but before they can continue their next journey arguments arise about leadership and bad life choices.
Characters: (same man at different ages, any ethnicity)
- EIGHTEEN - 18
- FORTY-FIVE - 45
- NINETY - 90
Coaster by Scott Mullen. Direction by Marguerite Saxton.
Logline: A nervous Maria gets onto a roller coaster with her boyfriend Paul, who realizes she has ulterior motives for bringing them there.
- MARIA - 20s/30s, woman, any ethnicity
- PAUL - 20s/30s, man, any ethnicity
- CHRIS - any age/gender/ethnicity
Misplaced by Cassie M. Seinuk. Direction by Esther Almazan.
Synopsis: A new heartbreak causes Jane to return to find her first ever heartbreak, forcing him to participate in her deep need to know "why."
- JANE - 30s, woman, any ethnicity
- ABE - 30s, man, any ethnicity
Recipe by Robert Weibezahl. Direction by MJ Barbee.
Logline: A family confronts more than one kind of change as its weekly Sunday dinner is relegated to a Zoom chat.
Characters: (A family - any ethnicity)
- DEBORAH - 59, woman
- JERRY - Early 60s, man
- COURTNEY - Late 20s, woman
- C.J. - Mid-20s, male.
- DYLAN - Early 20s, transman
The Elusive Pursuit of Maximum Bliss by Ken Preuss. Direction by Alex Totillo.
Logline: A wealthy man and a female researcher explore multiple timelines to explore the feasibility of 100% happiness.
- MAX - 40s+, man
- ELLE - 35+, woman
The Offering by Andrea Fine Carey. Direction by Je Moore.
Logline: When a young black man is gunned down by the police, one bereaved mother tries to comfort another.
- ELLEN GOLDBLUM - 70, woman, white, Jewish
- TESA HIGHTOWER - 35, woman, black, Christian
Top Shelf Tolstoy by Maximillian Gill. Direction by Tyler Gastelum.
Logline: A new arrival in a small town finds her quest to check out a copy of a Tolstoy novel thwarted when she discovers that the library has resorted to drastic means to raise funds.
- ERICA - 30s, woman, any ethnicity
- TYLER - 20s, man, any ethnicity
- CRYSTAL - 40s, woman, any ethnicity
Check out this upcoming workshop, Techinique For Online Performance, to help prepare for your audition!! There are two workshop dates to choose from:
Wednesday, March 31 at 7:00p Az/PT
Saturday, April 3 at 1:00p Az/PT
More information at windingroadtheater.org