Jeanette Hill’s award-winning play ‘Don’t Call Me Brother!’ explores the internal and external battle of a recently promoted man who holds the dual citizenship of being an African American and in law enforcement. His dilemma is exacerbated when an African American youth is killed by a white police officer.
There will be up to 20 rehearsals culminating in one performance at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival., main stage on October 7, 2017.
Paid roles, non-Equity.
Andrew Merritt 40s, male African American Hassan Merritt 30s/early 40s male African American Margeaux Merrit 30s/early 40s, African American female
To be considered, please e-mail the following with the subject DCMB AUDITION to firstname.lastname@example.org
NO LATER THAN August 9th 10:00pm with the following:
• A recent head shot
• Acting resume
• Preferred method of contact/contact info
• YouTube video monologue based on below criteria
• Character Margeaux - Please submit a monologue with a privileged Southern Belle dialect - drama
• Character Andrew - Drama monologue
• Character Hassan – Intense monologue (Black Panther type)
Final Call Backs – August 10th – (IN PERSON) must be avail. – 7:00pm-9:00pm
Mark Squared Studios
1804 Montreal Court (Suite B)
Tucker, GA 30084
DO NOT send directions to your website or social media page. Persons who do not follow the submission instructions will be not be considered for this production.
SELECTION PROCESS: ACTORS MUST BE ABLE TO ATTEND AN AGGRESSIVE REHEARSAL SCHEDULE OF TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS 7:00PM-9:00PM, BEGINNING 8/15 UNTIL SHOW DATE OF SATURDAY OCTOBER 7TH
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