OPEN CALL for TEN
ASIAN AMERICAN ACTORS AND ACTRESSES OF ALL TYPES SOUGHT for TEN
a staged reading of brand new ten-minute plays by
CARLA CHING, JULIA CHO, ANDREW CHU, MICHAEL GOLAMCO DAVID HENRY HWANG, MRINALINI KAMATH, CHIORI MIYAGAWA QUI NGUYEN, A. REY PAMATMAT, and SUNG RNO
Produced and directed by LLOYD SUH
Associate Directors MICHAEL LEW and REHANA MIRZA
MONDAY, APRIL 30TH AND TUESDAY, MAY 1ST AT 7:00pm
at the JOSEPH PAPP PUBLIC THEATER
Up to 15-20 roles available for actors and actresses of all Asian ethnicities, ages, and types.
No experience necessary. Especially seeking new talent.
Rehearsal period during the week of April 23-30th.
Both day and evening rehearsal hours possible.
details after the jump.
Auditions to be held at 440 Studios, 440 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, April 6-11. For an appointment, please email email@example.com with requested audition times. Appointments will be schedueld in five minute increments during the following hours:
Friday, April 6th, 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 7th, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Monday, April 9th, 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Tuesday, April 10th, 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
In your email, please include your full name, contact information, and preferred appointment times (attach headshot and resume, if possible), along with any conflicts with the above schedule. We will respond to your email with the exact time of your appointment, and provide copies of the audition sides that you will be asked to prepare.
For further info, please visit www.2g.org (www.2g.org)
Second Generation is celebrating its 10th anniversary season of bringing Asian American stories to the world’s stage. Previous productions include Making Tracks and The Wedding Banquet: The Musical, Masha No Home (co-produced with Ensemble Studio Theatre) and the Diane Paulus directed The Karaoke Show. 2g’s productions have been performed and hosted by Carnegie Hall, the New York State Theatre at Lincoln Center, the Asia Society, regionally at the Village Theatre in Seattle and San Jose Repertory, and via international tours through Taiwan and Singapore. Via its “In The Works” series, 2g has developed dozens of new plays by early-career and emerging Asian American writers since 1997, as part of its mission to identify, nurture and support the next generation of Asian American dramatic literature.