Arturo works his customer service job everyday where he and his coworkers struggle to make a living, but with a company buy out, and workers being replaced with military grade weaponry/answering machines, Arturo's future is in danger. With the help of his Chola Guardian Angel, Arturo and his rag tag group of husky Homosexuals begin organizing, can their efforts amount to anything against the larger than life Euphrates Corporation? This Queer Labor Comedy is the latest piece from El Bear co-founder, Rauly Luna.
Seeking the following:
Arturo Avila: (Latinx Male), leader of the group, under paid, under valued, but commands respect-ish.
Benny Baker: (African-American Male), nervous, total Weeb.
Dahlia Delgado: (Latinx Female), Goldilocks to these Bears, mean, but with love.
Richard Richard: (Male Any) News Anchor. Wants more juicy stories, and less complicated men.
La SNESsa: (Latinx Female). A Chola Guardian Angel of Arturo, Workers, Unions, and Nintendo products.
PS Gringa: (Caucasian Female). The oncoming technological storm, wishes to replace people with machines
Boss: (Any) A person or person-like-people, with (a) Speaker Box(es) for a head
Zyler Zane: (Any) The Last Employee You'll Ever Need TM. Part android, mostly military weaponry and AI
El Bear Theater is a collective of artists that seeks to tell fun, engaging, relevant stories for a new era. We aim to do this through collaborative work that engages artists and audiences in intersectional views. Through the lens of the fantastic we seek to reveal fresh ways of seeing the world. El Bear upholds its' mission through 3 core values:
-Respect of Artists time and commitment
-Accessibility to all
-Development of diverse voices and views
Auditions will be held at 1803 W Byron #216, Chicago, IL 60613
Rehearsals: Will start March 31st and will be scheduled 3 times a week until tech. Exact dates and times will be based on actor schedules.
Tech: May 7th, 8th, and 9th 10am-7pm
Shows: May 10th, 16th,17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th, and 31st (6pm-10pm call).
Material To Prepare:
We ask that you prepare 1 monologue to total no more than 2 minutes. You may be asked to read sides on site.