Arthur Miller's classic drama of love, Jealousy, and cultural allegiances. Longshoreman, Eddie Carbone is protective of his family, in particular, his neice Catherine. When Eddies wife's cousins arrive (illegally) from Italy, and Catherine begins dating the handsome Rudolpho, Eddie has to deal with his own conflicting feelings toward her.
Auditions: Sept. 13 – 14, 7:00 pm
Oct. 30 – Nov. 21, Fridays and Saturdays, 8 pm
Matinee, Sunday Nov. 8 at 3 pm
Auditions will consist of cold reads straight from the script.Please bring resume and headshot if you have one. Actors are encouraged to attend both nights of auditions.
LOUIS (30's - 50's) - Friend of Eddie and fellow longshoreman.
MIKE (30's - 50's) Friend of Eddie and fellow longshoreman.
ALFIERI (50's - 70's) - A lawyer who tries to help Eddie. As well as a part of the story, he serves as a kind of Greek chorus, narrator for the play.
EDDIE (late 30's - 50's) - A longshoreman, strong, intimidating yet sensitive, wears his heart on his sleeve.
CATHERINE (20's) Eddie's 17 year old niece, a blossoming innocent young girl with a kind heart; naive.
BEATRICE (late 40's - 50's) - Eddies wife; hardworking, intuitive, knows Eddie better than he knows himself.
TONY (30's - 60's) - Helps sneak the immigrants into the county, delivers them to Eddie's apartment.
MARCO (20's - 30's) - Italian immigrant working to support his wife and children back home.
RUDOLFO (20's) - Marco's younger brother; blonde, lithe, full of youthful energy; sings.
IMMIGRATION OFFICERS (20's - 50's) - called anonymously to pick up Marco and Rodolfo.
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