Performers Wanted for the "Here There are Blueberries" ShowWashington, DC, United StatesID: 215942Exp: 2/7/2023
In search of male and female performers for the "Here There are Blueberries" show. Please see the details below. ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE CONSIDERED. Rate: LORT Non-Rep $1,096 weekly minimum (LORT B+) $1,008 weekly minimum (LORT B) Additional info: -Please prepare one (1) classical monologue, preferably Shakespeare, and a contemporary monologue of your choosing. Total audition should not exceed 3 minutes. -Please bring a hard copy headshot and resume stapled together. -1st Rehearsal: Tuesday, 4/18/2023 -1st Tech: Thursday, 5/4/2023 -1st Preview: Tuesday, 5/9/2023 -Opening: On or about Friday, 5/12/2023 -Closing: Sunday, 5/28/2023 -Extension Closing: Sunday, 6/4/2023 If you are interested, please apply.
As a teen, Rainer Höss comes undone when he learns about his family's role in Auschwitz. By the time we meet him, he is a dangerous thug. He has been broken down by his family's secrets, struggling to make sense of it all.
MELITA: Incredibly articulate, she is still coming to terms with her role as Press and Propaganda Officer of the league of German Girls. CHRISTOPH: Very discerning, matter-of- fact disposition. The Managing Director of the Holocaust Museum in Belgium.
The grandson of a war criminal. Over the course of the play, he comes to terms with his family's role in Auschwitz.
Methodical but not unfeeling, Charlotte acted as a receptionist and coordinated arrivals on the camp. In one interrogation scene, she denies knowing anything, as the receptionists were kept out of the loop of what was going on. But how could she not know?
The Director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's photographic collection. Studies the pictures like a puzzle and gets excited when the dots connect! Judy has been around long enough to know that blinders are the only way to get by in a job like this. She can focus on the details and that helps her make it through.