Citadel Theatre Company
2022 Productions

Pay: Yes


Citadel Theatre would like to announce auditions for the 2022 Season productions.

A virtual submission audition will be open for general, non-equity and equity actors from 9/16-9/30.

All submissions will be considered for all productions

Citadel Theatre's contracts prohibit discrimination. Citadel Theatre is committed to diversity and engages in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Citadel Theatre encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.

Outside Mullingar
By John Patrick Shanley
Feb. 11-Mar.13, 2022
Wednesday Mat-Sunday Mat Performances
Rehearsal Schedule TBD

Anthony Rielly and Rosemary Muldoon have grown up next to each other on two farms in rural Ireland. Rosemary fell in love with Anthony at the age of six, and is convinced that he will eventually come to her. Anthony had his heart broken as a young man, and hasn't dared open it to another woman since. Forty years later, the two of them are still living next to each other, instead of together. With a small land feud happening between the two families, it seems unlikely that a romance will ever happen. Rosemary's determination, however, eventually brings the two of the together, and two unlikely souls eventually find happiness.

Rosemary Muldoon (40's)
Anthony Reily (40's)
Tony Reily (Mid 70's)
Aoife Muldoon (Early 70's)

Picasso At The Lapin Agile
By Steve Martin
Apr. 22-May. 22, 2022
Thursday-Sunday Mat Performances
Rehearsal Schedule TBD

Comedian Steve Martin's absurd comedy of historical fiction, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, has Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a bar in Paris in 1904, the year before Einstein's theory of relativity and Picasso's transition into cubism. The two celebrities of science and art spar for their fields, surrounded by a cast of supporting characters from the turn of the century and beyond. The anachronistic, self-referential, and self-aware nature of this short one-act enraptures audiences into thinking about the role both science and art play in our lives, the men (and women) who inspire genius, and the philosophies that shape our world over the modern centuries.

Albert Einstein (Mid 20's)
Freddy (40's-50's)
Picasso (Mid 20's)
Germaine (30's-40's)
Suzanne (Early 20's)
Sagot (30's-40's)
A Visitor (20's-30's)
Charles Dabernow Schmendiman (Mid 20's)
The Countess (30's)
Female Admirer (20's-30's)

Pay: Non-Equity $150.00 for Rehearsal Process $30 Per Show. Equity is CAT TIER N Rates.

Material To Prepare:

Please submit a video audition of one contemporary (comedic preferred) monologue no more than 60 seconds in length.

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