CASTING CALL FOR UT GRADUATE SCENE
5-minute scene from the Tony-winning play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” by Edward Albee. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, middle-aged couple Martha and George receive an unwitting younger couple as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated marriage.
Seeking: Austin-based actors to play:
• GEORGE (46, male, any ethnicity) – A professor of history in a small New England college who is married to the daughter of the president of the college.
• MARTHA (52, female, any ethnicity) – George’s wife, a domineering, discontented woman who alternately loves and reviles her husband.
Final Performance: Live in person on Monday, Feb 22. To be filmed and showcased via Zoom to other UT student directors & faculty who are active filmmakers in Austin.
Auditions: via Zoom, between Feb 8-12
Rehearsals: 2 sessions between Feb 15-21, based on the actors’ availability.
Covid safety measures enforced throughout the project. Free tests provided.
Compensations: This is a non-paid project, but we will provide an edited clip of the final performance to add to your acting reel.
To audition, please send a headshot, portfolio along with your contact to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email subject, kindly indicate: [Virginia Woolf] [Role you wish to audition for] [Your name]
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