Theatre Arlington holds auditions for each of its productions.
Information regarding each show is posted as soon as it becomes available from the production’s director.
Theatre Arlington is committed to giving opportunities to performers of all backgrounds and ethnicities.
Theatre Arlington strongly encourages BIPOC and LBGTQ+ actors to audition.
ALL Auditions are by appointment ONLY!
Appointments will be accepted 1 MONTH prior to audition date.
Theatre Arlington will have one Equity contract available for each production.
CALLING ALL PLAYWRIGHTS!
Theatre Arlington is looking for a wide range of play selections that represent our entire community. Underrepresented voices and BIPOC authors are strongly encouraged to submit their works.
Plays accepted March 23 through May 23, 2023
Winner will be announced July 27, 2023
A staged reading for the winning play will be September 22 & 23, 2023 at Theatre Arlington’s Play-Reading Club
Reading will be directed and performed by theater professionals
The playwright will be invited to participate in a talkback after the show
Click here for all the information!
|2023 SEASON AUDITIONS|
Directors: Sharon Kaye Miller & Larry Cure
Equity Contracts Available
Saturday, April 1, 2023
By appointment only
For questions regarding your audition,
please email Production Manager, Maria Leon Hickox
Theatre Arlington, 305 W Main St. Arlington, TX 76010
July 21 – August 6, 2023
Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30 pm & Sundays at 2:00 pm
Rehearsals begin June 20, 2023
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early with your headshot and resume
Cold readings from the script
Audition sides are below
About the Show:
Author Przybyszewski owns a decrepit donut shop in the uptown neighborhood of Chicago. Franko Wicks, a black teenager who is his only employee, wants to change the shop for the better. This comedy-drama by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracy Letts explores the challenges of embracing the past and the redemptive power of friendship.
MAX TARASOV is 49 years old. Russian. Must have dialect. He owns the DVD store next door to Arthur’s donut store.
OFFICER RANDY OLSTEEN is 49 years old, Irish American lady cop. She is an avid hockey fan. She has a crush on Arthur.
OFFICER JAMES BAILEY is 43 years old, African American cop. He is also a Trekkie.
ARTHUR PRZYBYSZEWSKI (Shub-er-shef-ski) – 59 years old, Polish-American, draft dodger from the Vietnam war. Still a hippie but supports himself running the donut shop his father started as a Polish immigrant from the 40s.
FRANCO WICKS is a 21-year-old African American. Franco has a dangerous gambling debt to settle and quits college to get a job at Superior Donuts to try to start earning money.
LADY BOYLE is 72 years old, Irish American. Lady is a daily regular at Superior Donuts. She attends the local AA meetings when it suits her but doesn’t claim sobriety successfully.
LUTHER FLYNN is 45 years old. He is the gangster responsible for Franco’s gambling dilemma. He is intimidating. Irish/Italian American.
KEVIN MAGEE is 28 years old, Irish American. He is the henchman for Luther Flynn.
KIRIL IVAKIN is 35 years old. He has come to America to help his uncle, Max, remodel the DVD shop. Kiril is big and strong.
AUDITION SIDES FOR SUPERIOR DONUTS
Please click on the sides below for a PDF copy
Side 1_Max, Randy & James (You think you know who did this?)
Side 2_Randy & Arthur (Closing up shop)
Side 3_Arthur & Franco (We got a Starbucks right across the street)
Side 4_Max & Arthur (Arthur, sell me this store)
Click here for the audition notice PDF