Moonstone Theatre Company
St. Louis, MO
Call Type: EPA
special appearance level II $394 Per week minimum
Sharon Hunter - Artistic Director-Producer Annamaria Pileggi - Director
First Rehearsal June 23rd, 2020
Opens July 16th, 2020
Closes August 2nd, 2020
EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.
An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of this audition.
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Equity and non-equity actors and actresses.
Artie Shaughnessy: CAST Bananas
Ronnie Shaughnessy: A young 18 years old. All his hair is shaved off, and he wears big glasses. Wears a heavy army coat and under that a suit of Army fatigue clothes. Plans to blow up the Pope.
Bunnie Flingus: A pretty, pink, electric woman in her 40’s.
Corrinna Stroller: Was a young actress—made one movie with Billy Einhorn. Due to an accident on set, she is now severely hearing impaired. Wears hearing aids with a transistor. Billy’s girlfriend. Heading to Australia for an ear operation.
Head Nun: A sergeant. Keeps the other nuns in line.
Second Nun: Competitive with the Head Nun. Rather biting and acerbic.
Little Nun: Naïve. Loves peanut butter.
M. P.: A Military Policeman who has come to arrest Ronnie who is AWOL.
White Man: An orderly from the mental institution who comes to pick up Bananas.
Billy Einhorn: An old friend of Artie’s. Now a movie director in Hollywood. Has a mustache.
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Jewish Community Center
2 Millstone Campus Dr. St.
Louis, MO 63146
Saturday, October 26, 2019
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
2 contemporary contrasting monologues not to exceed three minutes.