Gallery Players is holding auditions for its upcoming production of And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. Director, Dominic Cuskern; Producer, Cathy Cosentino. Non-Equity, no pay. Submit by Sunday, January 22.
The show runs March 18-April 2. Performances are Thursday through Saturday evenings with additional matinees on Saturday (March 25 and April 1) and Sunday. Rehearsals start Monday, February 13 and will be held evenings and weekends at the theater (199 14th St, Park Slope, Brooklyn).
We are seeking a diverse cast so actors of all races, ethnicities and other orientations are strongly encouraged to submit. A facility with accents will be helpful as we will be doing the play with British accents (mostly RP but also possibly cockney).
- ROGERS: Butler type, age 40s
- MRS. ROGERS: Very good cook, Roger’s wife
- FRED NARRRACOT: Ferry boat man, age 20s up
- VERA CLAYTHORNE: School teacher, practical and careful, age 20s
- PHILIP LOMBARD: Resourceful and creative man used to be a soldier, age 30s up
- ANTHONY MARSTON: Wealthy daredevil young man, age 20s
- WILLIAM BLORE: Ex-police inspector, age 40s
- GENERAL MCKENZIE: General in WWI, age 50s
- EMILY BRENT: Very religious woman, age 60s
- SIR LAWRENCE WARGRAVE: Recently retired judge, age 55 and up
- DR. ARMSTRONG: Successful doctor who used to drink too much, age late 30s
Actors should prepare and email a one-minute contemporary monologue of their choice (it can be comic or serious).
All recorded monologues must be received by 11:59PM on Sunday, January 22..
Note: Don’t worry about British accents for the initial submission. Send in what shows you off at your best. We will drill down on accents at callbacks.
Please send your monologue, plus a resume and headshot to: email@example.com
Callbacks will be held in person at the theater on Saturday, January 28 and Sunday January, 29 during the day (time TBD).
NOTE: All actors will need to be vaccinated at the time of the first rehearsal.
And Then There Were None
Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for murder. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, the bloodbath begins and one by one they are brutally murdered in accordance with the lines of a sinister nursery rhyme.
Gallery Players is located at 199 14th Street in Brooklyn. Take the F, G, or R train to Fourth Avenue / 9th Street.