a world premiere by Olivia Custodio, Bijan Hosseini, Iris Salazar & Darryl Stamp
March 28-April 7, 2019

“Life is learning to hold paradox.”

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Short plays by and about people of color from the Theatre Artists of Color Writing Workshop. DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE by Olivia Custodio (a dark comedy about bagels, rental cars and rednecks); AMERICAN PRIDE by Iris Salazar (an even darker comedy about making America great again); ROAR by Darryl Stamp (a dramedy about stand-up comedy); THE FRAILEST THING by Bijan Hosseini (a drama about the difference between wanting to live and not wanting to die).

Featuring Bryan Kido, Lonzo Liggins, Carlos Nobleza Posas, three others TBA.

Designed by La Beene (costumes), Cheryl Cluff (sound), Meghan McCormick (lighting), Cara Pomeroy (set), Arika Schockmel (props) and TBA (costumes). Stage managed by Jennifer Freed. Directed by Jerry Rapier.

Audition Notice - July 14

Three roles are open. All actors will play multiple roles as follows:

– African American female, 20s/30s, to play Jilly in ROAR and Danielle in DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE by Olivia Custodio

– African American female, 30s/40s, to play Daria in ROAR and Jane in AMERICAN PRIDE

– Latina female, 30s/40s, to play Alicia in AMERICAN PRIDE and Katherine in DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE

The roles of Scott in DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE and Nguyen in THE FRAILEST THING will be played by Bryan Kido. The roles of Gerald in ROAR by Darryl Stamp and Royal POTUS in AMERICAN PRIDE by Iris Salazar will be played by Lonzo Liggins. The roles of Michael in DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE and DJ KC Masters in AMERICAN PRIDE will be played by Carlos Nobleza Posas.

Rehearsal begins March 5 (Tuesday-Friday evenings, Saturday-Sunday afternoons), opening March 28.

Click here to schedule your audition on Saturday, July 14!

Once your audition is scheduled, scripts, sides and the audition form will be emailed to you.

Plan-B pays $300/week for a 5-week contract (3 weeks rehearsal, 2 weeks performance).




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