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l`Audition Générale / Théâtre :
Production Overview / Vue d`ensemble de la Production
Production Name / Nom de la Production: YOU HAVE TO EARN IT
Union Status / Statut Union: NON-UNION
Media / Média: Theatre
Director(s) / Directeur(s): Jennifer Radford
Casting Director / Directeur de Casting: Alumnae Theatre
Accepting Submissions From / Acceptons les Soumissions venant: Toronto
Open Call Details / Détails de l`Audition Générale
Production/Show Date(s) / Date de présentation de la Production: November 12 - 30, 2014
Production Venue / Lieu de la Production: Alumnae Theatre
Production City/Cities / Ville(s) de la Production: Toronto
Pay Rate / Salaire: Non union, non paying.
Casting Notes / Notes du Casting: TO BOOK AN AUDITION TIME PLEASE EMAIL FWauditions@gmail.com and attach photo and résumé. Be sure to include the PLAY TITLE, ROLE and your PHONE NUMBER so we can contact you. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 16

Auditions will be held at the Alumnae Theatre, 70 Berkeley Street (SW corner of Berkeley and Adelaide)
Alumnae Theatre is a non-union theatre that encourages diversity in its membership and casting.

Monday AUGUST 18th - Tuesday AUGUST 19th - Friday AUGUST 22nd beginning at 7:00 pm

We’d prefer to fill up Monday and Tuesday first if possible. You may present a 2-minute contemporary monologue and/or read from the play. A copy of the script is available at the Toronto Reference Library, 5th floor, Performance Desk, 789 Yonge Street.

Part of Alumnae Theatre Company’s FireWorks Event

A Metropolitan City, 1930s: A hardworking young woman has hopes of moving up through the ranks of the cosmetics company when a promotion opens up. But things get complicated when her competition is a bombshell with no interest in customer service but definite designs on their married boss. And when she accidentally tips off the bosses’ wife to the location of a tryst between her boss and the bombshell… disguises, deception and disaster ensue. A classic madcap romantic comedy about getting ahead in business and in love.

Characters / Personnage
1. Betty Parker - Performer - 20 to 30 - Female / Féminin - Any

Betty Parker: (mid-20’s) Clerk – our heroine. Hardworking, decent and kind, good with people. A smart cookie whose brains get overlooked. A little naive about how things really work in the business world.
2. Dorothy - Performer - 25 to 30 - Female / Féminin - Any

Dorothy: (mid-to-late 20’s) Betty’s loyal friend and co-worker. Wiser about the world than Betty. Nearsighted.
3. Eddie - Performer - 25 to 30 - Male / Masculin - Any

Eddie: (mid-20’s) Mail Room Clerk with a good heart. Friend of Betty’s, with a chance of being more … until bombshell Joan catches his eye.
4. Joan - Performer - 20 to 30 - Female / Féminin - Any

Joan: (mid-20’s) Clerk. Bombshell. Superficial, vain & self-involved, with designs on the promotion – and the Boss
5. Mr. Charles Theodore Brown - Performer - 50 to 60 - Male / Masculin - Any

Mr. Charles Theodore Brown: (in his 50’s) The Boss – President at Lafontaine Beauty, with an eye for the ladies.
6. Mrs. Charlotte Brown - Performer - 40 to 45 - Female / Féminin - Any

Mrs. Charlotte Brown: (40-ish) – Smart, worldly, her father owns Lafontaine Beauty. Like Betty, there is more to her than meets the eye.
7. Joe - Performer - 30 to 35 - Male / Masculin - Any

Joe: (early 30’s) A handsome bartender & artist.
8. Pierre - Performer - 30s to 40s - Male / Masculin - Any

Pierre: (in his 30’s-40’s, flexible age) Overworked Maître d’ with a French accent (who may or may not actually be French). Possible shades of Manuel from Fawlty Towers. Ability to do physical comedy and characterize with few lines.