Geva is a member of the national League of Resident Theatres and works under an agreement with Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers. By agreement, most but not all adult actors are required to be members of the union and Geva uses casting director Karie Koppel of Koppel Casting in New York City for all Equity casting. Please address all resumes/headshots to her attention at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local non-union casting is done by the artistic staff in Rochester. Each year, General Auditions are held before the beginning of the new season at which time area adult actors present monologues and/or songs appropriate to the upcoming season. Any actor can audition every two years at Generals. Check this site for audition dates and requirements.
September 3 2020
Geva Theatre Center invites Rochester-area actors to record themselves on audio or video performing a monologue as a general audition in our casting for RECOGNITION RADIO: An Audio Play Festival Celebrating Black Voices. Esther Winter is Creative Producer.
Age- and race-appropriate audition monologues are provided here for download, or actors can use one of their own. Monologues do not need to be memorized.
Roles available include: 1 Black Dominican woman 30s, 1 Black woman 40s-50s, 1 Black Dominican woman 50s, 1 Black man 20s, 1 Black man early 50s, 1 White man 20s, 1 White man 50s, 1 White man late 60s.
Interested actors are asked to mail a monologue recording, resume and current photo to: email@example.com by September 15. If a callback is required, actors will be sent scenes from the plays.
Recognition Radio Audition Monologues:
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Career Development Opportunities
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We are not looking to fill any staff or overhire positions at this time.