Equity Actors Audition For "The Comeuppance" PlayNew York, NY, United StatesID: 215794Exp: 2/7/2023
Auditions for "The Comeuppance" show - video submissions. Seeking Equity actors for roles. ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE CONSIDERED. Please see the breakdown below. About the project: "In the world premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ The Comeuppance, the self- proclaimed “Multi-Ethnic Reject Group” reconvenes for the first time in years to pregame for their twentieth high school reunion. They refamiliarize themselves with new versions of old selves over drinks, other substances, and a not-so-innocent game of truth-telling. As the evening progresses, Death looms over and through them in a thought experiment in personal suffering." Rate: Off Broadway $929 weekly minimum (Tier BB) Additional info: First Rehearsal: 04/15/2023 Previews begin: 05/16/2023 End of guaranteed run: 06/25/2023 Possible extension through: 07/16/2023 Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to apply. This Theatre is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages performers of all ethnicities, genders, abilities, ages, and other ways of identifying, to audition. Please note that unless otherwise specified in the breakdown, for all roles they are actively seeking and welcoming of actors of any ethnicity, race, gender/gender identification/gender expression, age, and physical and neurological ability. When applying, please include your video submission along with your headshot and resume. Please prepare a brief contemporary monologue. Videos should be shot in landscape framing and sent in a non-downloadable format – private YouTube link, Vimeo, etc. The subject line should include "your name and the role(s) you are auditioning for".
A Berlin-based installation artist who has spent the last two years becoming accustomed to being a father, or as he would describe it, his “COVID Project.”
A stepmother to the children of a well-known congressman. Death pluralizes itself in her life through a string of multiple miscarriages.
Visually impaired. The residue of her grandmother’s passing and a failed surgical attempt to save her eye has left her with a hesitancy for life, so much so that she refuses to attend the twenty-year reunion.
A derma surgeon whose marriage to a resentful general surgeon has perceivably driven her from a “straightedge” identity to a drinking habit that is cause for worry.
A medically discharged military serviceman. His accident has left him with seizure-inducing PTSD.