Good Kids – NYC Appointments
Director: Holly Thuma
Playwright: Naomi Iizuka
SU Dept. of Drama Chair: Ralph Zito
Casting: Harriet Bass Casting
Casting Director: Harriet Bass
Casting Associate: Gama Valle
First Rehearsal: March 19/2019
Tech: April 26/2019
Preview: May 4/2019
Open: May 5/2019
Close: May 11/2019
NOTE: Actors should be aware that, as this is a university production, weekday rehearsals (Tu-Fri) are generally 6p-10p or 6:30p-10:30p, with Saturday rehearsals generally 10a-6p. Mondays and most Sundays are off. A full rehearsal/performance calendar can be available on request.
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.
Submissions for the following role:
DIERDRE- Female. Self-identifies as physically disabled. Walks with the aid of a mobility device (or devices). Mid-twenties to mid-thirties, any ethnicity.
See breakdown for more details.
STORYLINE: Good Kids takes place after a high school party, when a girl, Chloe is raped by a gang of football players while passed out drunk, and the repercussions and rumors that circulate among her peers comprise most of the play. “We’re all good kids. Every single one of us,” says one of the female characters, perhaps wishfully. So what social influences can lead so many “good kids” to collectively assault a classmate, post and share the evidence on social media—not to mention not intervene while the act is happening?
DIERDRE- Female. Self-identifies as physically disabled. Walks with the aid of a mobility device (or devices). Mid-twenties to mid-thirties, any ethnicity. An enigmatic woman who is computer savvy and masterful at manipulation of social media. She is fierce, articulate, and driven. Her disability is the result of a wild high school night ending, not only with a sexual assault, but with an accident in a car driven by drunken school athletes. They walked away. Is she seeking the justice that didn’t happen in her own case, or revenge, or both? We are seeking an actor who self-identifies as physically disabled, who can handle sharp-edged narration and emotionally charged material, and who can lead the cast as a professional role model and/or mentor for our student actors.
Appointment only Auditions: January 16/2019 Callbacks: January 16/2019
For consideration, email or mail picture and resume ASAP
Harriet Bass Casting
RE: Good Kids
112 W 34th Street 17th FL New York, NY 10120