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Auditions (Calgary): Dog Sees God – Princess Productions

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Auditions (Calgary): Dog Sees God – Princess Productions

 

AUDITION SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN for YYC PRINCESS PRODUCTIONS IMERSIVE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE OF “DOG SEES GOD: Confessions of a teenage blockhead!”
Taking place at Caravel Brewery.

Auditions SEPT 6&7TH. 7PM ONWARD!
Please prepare a monologue and be ready to read from the script.
Performances NOV 6-9 2018.

Characters:

CB (Charlie Brown) is the main character in the play. He is intensely saddened over the death of his dog, and is forced to question both his sexuality, and his social status when he unwittingly falls for his classmate Beethoven.

CB’s Sister (Sally) has gone goth, at least for a portion of the play. It is mentioned that, like her character basis, she changes her philosophy on life often. Her other personas during the course of the play are scripted as thug (called “gansta-bitch” in the script), and hippie.

Van (Linus), always the philosopher in childhood, is now a pothead with a worldview to match. He repeatedly attempts to pursue a sexual relationship with CB’s Sister.

Matt (Pig-Pen) is a pathological germophobe whose dirtiness has been internalized – he’s sex-obsessed and homophobic, and terrorizes Beethoven mercilessly. He is also a football player, and is CB’s best friend.

Beethoven (Schroeder) became the school outcast prior to events in the play when it was revealed that he was sexually abused by his father. A bit of a recluse, Beethoven takes solace in playing the piano, but when he and CB become romantically involved, his world is turned upside down.

Tricia (Peppermint Patty), a party girl, who professes herself to be “Pretty” and “Popular”. Though never spoken outright in the play, the general consensus is that her last name is York.

Marcy (Marcie), a party girl and Tricia’s sidekick. She has a threesome with Tricia and Matt during the play.

Email [email protected] with your headshot and resume.
Non-union. Honorarium-based profit share.

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