Auditions-at-a-glance:101 Dalmatians--February 7-11; The Philadelphia Story--March 8-11; Rent--March 21-23; Women & Wallace--May 16 & 17
Upcoming Studio Series Auditions
In this fresh and funny comedy, a young man recounts his past struggles with the opposite sex. As Wallace encounters an array of women--from a sandwich-stealing first grader to the most important woman in his life, his mother--he invites the audience along for a wild, unforgettable ride.
Auditions will consist of readings from the script.
Those auditioning will only need to come to one of the audition dates and should be available for potential callbacks.
Please read character descriptions. Although some characters are younger in age, young children will not be cast in those roles. Actors must be 14 or older to audition.
Ages listed are those of the characters, not necessarily the actors who will play them.
Actors being considered for all roles should be able to capture the essence of that age through their performance.
Wallace Kirkman – (plays ages 8-early/mid 20’s) - To be played by ONE actor portraying Wallace at all ages. Experiences a traumatic event in his youth that affects his relationships with all the women in his life going forward. Has a sense of humor and sarcasm about his “issues”, should be likeable.
Nina – (18-22) – Wallace’s eventual girlfriend, younger sister to Lili. Genuine and loving.
Mother – (late 20’s to mid 40’s) – Seemingly loving on the outside. Has very troubling internal issues.
Grandmother – (late 40’s-70’s) – Doting and loving of Wallace. Quirky and easily distracted.
Victoria- (plays ages 8 - 13) – young girl on the playground. Wallace’s first “like”.
Psychiatrist – (Early 30’s – 50’s) – Straightforward. Wallace is forced to go to her.
Sarah – (Mid-late teens) – Wallace’s first love.
Wendy (Early 20’s) – College co-ed; has drunken one night fling with Wallace.