Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
About the project and the company
Somniterum Productions is holding auditions for Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V. Royal, directed by Calen Winn.
The production will perform March 20-22 at 18th and Union. Rehearsals will be Sunday-Thursday in the evening, mostly at TPS.
Teenagehood is a rough time for anyone, but when you lose your best friend too, nothing makes sense anymore. When CB’s dog dies, he goes on a quest of self-discovery fueled by existential angst. Along the way, his friends and family reveal the cracks in their veneers and things get messy in ways only possible for teenagers. Friendships are broken, trust betrayed, and in the end everyone grows up a little.
Content Warning: This play deals with substance abuse, parental abuse and suicide.
Location of Audition
TPS Studio C, 4th floor of the Seattle Center Armory
We will pay all actors a stipend of $125
Please bring a resume and headshot and prepare two contrasting monologues totalling 3 min or less. In place of one of the monologues, you may tell a short story of your own creation.
Character breakdown / Project needs
Preferred method of submission
Sunday November 17, 2019 1:30-5 PM
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
Sunday November 24, 2019 2-5 PM
Email email@example.com with any time preference and a contact phone number to schedule your audition.