Announcing Auditions for Dominion Stage’s
Love! Valour! Compassion!
By Terrance McNally
Produced by Michelle Bell
Directed by Rick Hayes
Monday, March 29, 2010, starting at 7:30 PM; Last Sign in at 9:00 PM
Tuesday, March 30, 2010, starting at 7:30 PM; Last Sign in at 9:00 PM
Callbacks: By Invitation Thursday, April 1, 2010
Audition Location: Arlington Cultural Affairs/Theater on the Run
3700 South Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington, VA 22206
No appointment necessary. All roles are open and unpaid.
Su, 6/6 @ 2 pm
Director Rick Hayes would like those who are auditioning to prepare a 1 minute monologue. Please come dressed to move.
Please note that this show includes full frontal male nudity for the characters of Ramon, Bobby and Arthur. All other roles will include rear nudity.
Bobby Brahms – early 20’s, Gregory Mitchell’s blind lover, somewhat innocent and inexperienced when it comes to sexuality, feels the need to be independent when it comes to living with being blind and not having to depend on others to help
Ramon Fornos – early 20’s, a dancer originally from Puerto Rico who is brought to Gregory and Bobby’s by John Jeckyll, a flirt and fairly self confident
Buzz Hauser – mid-30’s to 40, witty, loves musical theatre and is very knowledgeable, low self-esteem, diagnosed with HIV
John Jeckyll – mid 40s to early 50s, British native who has become a U.S. Citizen, composer, musician, has a hard time getting along with people
James Jeckyll – (played by the same actor as John Jeckyll) mid 40s to early 50s, British, diagnosed with HIV, is much more charming than his brother and gets along with people
Gregory Mitchell – 40s, renown dancer/choreographer who is now suffering from all the abuse his body has gone through as a dancer, stutters at times
Arthur Pape – late 30s to mid forties, Perry Sellars lover, accountant, fairly calm and level headed, tries to keep Perry in control
Perry Sellars – late 30s to mid 40s, attorney, opinionated, has a temper and is devoted to Arthur
Auditions, call backs, and rehearsals will be held at Arlington Cultural Affairs/Theater on the Run 3700 South Four Mile Run Drive Arlington, VA 22206