Audition: Tuesday, September 4 and Wednesday, September 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 pm
Auditions Location: Berger Park Cultural Center (6205 N. Sheridan Rd.)
Three Cat Productions is seeking actors of all ages and races for its 2018-19 season. We especially emphasize the need for actors of all ages and races as actors will be considered for both the main stage season and the Chicago New Works Festival. Please prepare two contrasting monologues of no more than three minutes total (for actors who sing please also prepare 16 bars of a contemporary musical theatre song). Please bring one copy of your headshot and resume.
Pay: Stipend Provided (No Stipend for Chicago New Work Festival)
To audition, please submit resume and headshot to Jason Paul Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Man of the People by Dolores Díaz, directed by Jason Paul Smith
October 18 – November 17, 2018
Man of the People considers the incredible rise and fall of John Romulus Brinkley, an American “doctor” who grew to notoriety for selling a boost for male virility in the 1920s known as the “goat gland cure.” Bolstered to fame through his uncanny knack for radio, men sang Brinkley’s praises and women credited their children to his intervention, but one man – Dr. Morris Fishbein of the American Medical Association – dedicated his life to seeing Brinkley burn. A tale of two giants going head to head as a populace decides, Man of the People is a true story about what happens when most everyone believes they’re right.
Minnie (30s-40s, female, any race) Wife of Dr. Brinkley
Maxwell (30s-40s, male, person of color) Doctor, Fishbein’s associate at JAMA
The Holiday Radio Show: 1943 by Gabriella Bonamici, Dan Jackson, André Richardson Hogan II, Hope Hommersand, Hallie Palladino, and Rolfe Sick
November 30 – December 29, 2018
Lucy (20-30s, female, soprano, any race) USO performer, spunky and hardworking
Dolores (20-30s, female, mezzo, any race) USO performer, femme fatale type
Maude (20-30s, female, alto, any race) USO performer, girl next door type
SOLO MAINSTAGE: Maker of Worlds by Wendy Schmidt, directed by Jeri Frederickson
December 2 – 22, 2018
A strangely familiar deity contemplates destroying the world with an environmental catastrophe, and another deity, disguised as her Zumba teacher, tries to stop her. Maker of Worlds is a one-person play that asks whether there’s any good left in the world, and who gets to say.
Performer (30s-40s, female identifying, any race)
Performer will explore the following roles a Martha Stewart-like deity who is considering destroying the planet through environmental catastrophe; Martha’s husband, an accountant who approaches his field as a sacred calling; supernaturally rich; United States Senator, Martha’s Zumba instructor; slays demons in the form of a dance; Jim, the ultimate sexy poet and lead singer of The Doors; and Lot’s wife from the Old Testament; an earthy, spiritual chef
Heart of Fairy by Laura Scruggs, directed by Jason Paul Smith
May 4 – June 8, 2018
Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful, young fairy named Fairytasma. Struggling to fit into the world of other fairies, Fairytasma tries to spread her wings and become the person she was meant to be. Will finding her handsome prince allow her to live happily every after? Only the Fairy Godmother knows what lies inside the “Heart of Fairy”.
Roles (age, race, and gender are all open):
FAIRETASMA The most well-meaning of faeries.
DEKE A very assertive and brilliant dragon.
FAERIE GODMOTHER NARRATOR: FAIRETASMA’s fairy godmother.
ICK the kinky elf