Audition Notice - April 17 & 19 - Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys

 

Theater Ninjas is holding auditions for Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys by Caroline V. McGraw, directed by Artistic Director Jeremy Paul. Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys will run October 22-November 7, with rehearsals beginning in mid-September.

Brandy is a children’s entertainer with some serious demons in her personal life, not to mention the red-clawed monster that lives under her bed. She moves through life like a car crash, bringing illicit lovers, strange little girls and other broken friends along for the ride. Written by Cleveland native and Kilroy’s nominated playwright Caroline V. McGraw, Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys is a bold dark comedy about self-destruction, honesty and finding what you really need.

Audition dates:

April 176:00 or 7:00pm

April 19: 12:00, 1:00, or 2:00pm

Auditions will be held in a group in 45 minute blocks. Please be prepared to stay the entire time.

Location:

Idea Center at PlayhouseSquare's Miller Classrooms

1375 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44110

Casting (age range approximate):

Female, 29

Female, 32

Male, 17, tall

Female, 16

Male, 35, tall

Male, 31, neither tall nor short

Must be 17+ (17 with parental consent only)

E-mail Associate Artistic Director Ray Caspio with your preferred time and phone number to set up an audition appointment:

rcaspio [at] theaterninjas [dot] com

Be prepared to read from the script. Please prepare a 1-2 minute monologue and a 30-60 second solo performance with no words or props.

Bring a headshot, resume, and list of conflicts for September through November 9.

All roles will receive a stipend. There are no AEA contracts available for this production.

Theater Ninjas is the Food Truck of Cleveland Theater. 

We’re a nomadic company who seeks out new and exciting spaces to perform. Working in non-traditional venues gives us an opportunity to reimagine how and why we tell stories, and helps us to create deep, fascinating worlds for the audience to explore. We’re always experimenting; always rethinking what theater can be: as entertainment, as art and as out-of-the-ordinary experiences.