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SpeakEasy Stage Co. (Boston, MA) NEAT Category 6 $364/week minimum
Producing Artistic Director: Paul Daigneault
General Manager/Production Manager: Paul Melone
Music and Lyrics by: Lin-Manuel Miranda
Book by: Quiara Alegría Hudes
Director: Paul Daigneault
1st Rehearsal: 4/15/13. Runs: 5/10 – 6/21/13
Male, 40s, owner of Rosario Car and Limousine, Kevin is a husband to Camilia and father to Nina. He is from Arecibo, Puerto Rico. He is stubborn, hot tempered at times and can be quick to act without thoughts of repercussions. Baritone.
Female, 40s, the co-owner of Rosario Car and Limousine with her husband Kevin. Also from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, she is cool-headed yet keeps a subtle but strong leash on Kevin. Mezzo.
Female, late 60s, raised Usnavi after his parents passed away and continues to live with him. She emigrated from Cuba when she was very young. Of all the characters, Abuela Claudia has been in “the Heights” the longest. She struggled to learn English, struggled to find work and in turn has helped others who have followed in her path. Mezzo.
Theatre’s statement: “SpeakEasy Stage Co. shall not practice discrimination against any Actor on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political persuasion or belief, age or disability of such Actor. SpeakEasy Stage Co. adheres to the Non Traditional Casting policy of Actors’ Equity Association.
Boston auditions will be held on an upcoming date TBD, by appointment only at the Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremont St., Boston MA 20116.
For consideration, email picture and resume to: email@example.com.
Please be sure to include a contact phone number and email, Equity status, and your headshot and resume. You will receive an email or phone call confirming your audition.
Performers will audition with sides from In the Heights, provided by SpeakEasy. An accompanist, readers, and material from the scripts will be available at the auditions. Scripts are available for perusal at the StageSource office, 88 Tremont Street, Boston. See www.stagesource.org for directions and office hours.
Directions / more info: www.speakeasystage.com.
Theatre’s mailing address: SpeakEasy Stage Co. 539 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02116.