Little Fish Theatre begins all casting from within our membership, but often holds open casting for additional roles. Please check back periodically for updated casting notices or sign up on our Audition List to receive notifications via email.
by Dorothy Bryant
Directed by Branda Lock
Little Fish Theatre
777 S. Centre Street
San Pedro CA 90731
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PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT IF NOT AVAILABLE FOR ALL TECH and PERFORMANCE DATES
Auditions: Sunday 2/12 @ 4pm, by appointment only
*Please email headshots and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Master’ and specify ROLE in the Subject by 2/9.
Little Fish Theatre produces under the AEA MEMBERSHIP COMPANY RULE: Union and Non Union encouraged to submit.
Designated rehearsal hours and performances will be paid minimum wage, $10.50/hour.
1st read: Saturday 3/25
Rehearsals: Mon-Thurs 7-11p; Weekends AM (32 max hours)
Tech/Dress: 4/23-4/26 (note- weekends are long days, please be open the entire day/evening- max 20 hours)
Opening: Thursday 4/27
Runs: Thursdays @ 8pm, Sundays 4/30* & 5/7 @2pm, Wednesdays 5/10 & 5/17 @ 8pm
*4/30 post show talkback
A dialogue in letters between the two great 19th-century French novelists, George Sand and Gustave Flaubert revealing these famed intellectual writers fears, desires, heated opinions and friendship during an era marked by violence and political polarization.
please note all roles are open ethnicity
Gustave Flaubert: Male, 40-55. A dogged 43 year old tireless and tormented soul. Flaubert is a solitary man striving for perfection in his literature. A dowdy, cynical misanthrope in self-imposed exile desperate to vanquish his own vulnerabilities and insecurities by mastering what would become the literary realism style. He carries the weight of his countries failures as much as his own personal losses. Like most cynics – at heart he is but a disappointed idealist.