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Merrimack Repertory Theatre audition information for members of Actor’s Equity Association has been announced. Please see the list of production below for available parts. To schedule an audition or for more information, please contact Peter Crewe at 978-654-7563.

Monday, May 10th, 2010

10:00am – 5:00pm

Boston Playwrights Theatre
949 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215

Casting Authority in Attendance:
Charles Towers, Artistic Director
Peter Crewe, MRT Casting Director

Audition Requirements:
Actors are asked to prepare one monologue that is in a style similar to one of the shows in the season. (Please nothing classical)

To Audition:
To schedule an audition please call or email:
Peter Crewe
MRT Casting Director
Merrimack Repertory Theatre
978-654-7563 (between 9am and 5pm)
Or email:

Stage Management:
Merrimack Repertory Theatre currently has no open stage management positions for the 2010/11 season.

Available Shows and Roles:

Four Places
By Joel Drake Johnson
Directed by Charles Towers
A modern family drama. Two middle-aged siblings take their mother out to lunch where the conversation turns from routine banter to life changing revelation.
1st rehearsal: 9/21/10
1st preview: 10/14/10
Opening: 10/17/10
Closing: 11/7/10

Ellen – A middle aged woman
Warren – A middle aged man, Ellen’s younger brother
Peggy – Ellen and Warren’s mother
Barb – A waitress about the same age as Ellen and Warren

Beasley’s Christmas Party
By CW Munger
Directed by Carl Forsman
A heartwarmingly funny new Christmas classic for the whole family.
1st rehearsal: 11/2/10
1st preview: 11/26/10
Opening: 11/28/10
Closing: 12/19/10

Man One – Booth, the narrator
Man Two – Multiple roles, various ages
Woman Two – Multiple roles, various ages

By Karoline Leach
Directed by Joe Brancato
A riveting romantic thriller set in Edwardian London.
1st Rehearsal: 12/14/10
1st Preview: 1/6/10
Opening: 1/9/11
Closing: 1/30/11

George – Early middle aged male
Adelaide – Female slightly younger than George

The Exceptionals
By Bob Clyman
Directed By Charles Towers
A world premiere by Bob Clyman author of Secret Order and Tranced. The story of two mothers and the tough decisions they face raising their uniquely gifted children.
1st rehearsal: 1/18/11
1st Preview: 2/10/11
Opening: 2/13/10
Closing: 3/6/10

Gwen – 30’s, A mother; quick, brittle, anxious and high-strung
Allie – 30’s, A mother, feisty, irreverent, subversive
Tom – 30’s, Allie’s husband, gregarious, seemingly confident but sensitive to slights
Clarie – 40’s, Extremely bright, enigmatic, strategic

A Picasso
By Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed By Charles Towers
A cat and mouse game full of sly humor, sexual tension and suspense set in an underground vault in war torn Paris, 1941.
1st Rehearsal: 3/29/11
1st Preview: 4/21/11
Opening: 4/24/11
Closing: 5/15/11

Pablo Picasso – 59 years old
Miss Fischer – Late 30’s/early 40’s, attractive with a cool face

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Looking forward to seeing the Wed. Jul 21 Young Artists at Play

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