Casting: Children of Killers
|Title||Children of Killers|
|Location||New York City|
Seeking Black or Afro-Latino Male & Females, age 8-45
Children of Killers
Written by Katori Hall
The Castillo Theatre is casting the American premiere of Children of Killers. The play takes place 15 years after the genocide in Rwanda, as teenage children come to terms with their fathers’ legacies. Katori Hall (The Mountaintop), writer; Emily Mendelsohn, dir.; John Rankin III, prod. Rehearsals begin July 16; runs Sept. 221-Oct. 28, 2012 at the Castillo Theatre on W. 42nd St. in NYC.
Seeking–Vincent: male, 15–18, African, African-American, or Latino, the leader and protector; Innocent: male, 15-18, African, African-American, or Latino, the peacemaker; Bosco: male, 15-18, African, African-American, or Latino, charming, energetic; Emmanuel: male, 15-19, African, African-American, or Latino, slowly dying; Felicite: girl, 8-14 years old, African, African-American, or Latino, curious, eager; Esperance: female, 17-22, African, African-American, or Latino strong; Mother: female, 30-45, Casting personnel state: “All are strong dramatic roles.”
Auditions will be held by appt. only in NYC. For consideration email pix & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or send to Castillo Theater, Casting Dept., 543 W. 42nd St, NYC 10036. For more info, visit www.castillo.org. Pay provided.