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Auditions

Auditions for the Southeastern premiere of Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles

By Luis Alfaro

Directed by CarlosAlexis Cruz and Michelle Medina

There will be ten performances:

August 9 - 24

Performances will be held at the Arts Factory at West End Studios

When

Sunday, June 2 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Monday, June 3 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Where

Watershed Charlotte

2101 Shenandoah Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205

Free Parking on site

Schedule

  • Rehearsals will start the week of ASK MICHELLE

  • Rehearsals will typically be in the evenings and weekends

  • No conflicts August 4 - 24

Audition Process

  • Read through the character descriptions below!

  • Sign up for a 15 minute time slot for your audition

  • Fill out your audition form (attach any headshot or resume if available)!

  • Look over the selected sides (posted below) 

  • Each audition will include an introduction, your readings of the sides, and any redirects from the director

  • We will notify everyone auditioning, either way, before a cast list is announced.

Tips

  • Arrive 5-10 minutes before your audition time to check in, breathe, get water and be comfortable

  • Read over the sides before your audition

  • Wear something comfortable that you feel confident in!

  • Be yourself! We want to work with great people, so while we're interested in your character choices, we want you to be as relaxed and comfortable as possible and show us your personality!

  • First audition? Don't worry! You're going to do great. Email us at info@threebonetheatre.com if you have any questions!

About The Play

WINNER- Jefferson Award for Best New Play
WINNER- Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Adaptation
WINNER- Los Angeles Ovation Award
NOMINEE- 2020 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Adaptation

Medea and Jason have escaped the worst. After a harrowing journey across the Mexican–American border, the couple has made it safely to the States, where they can work toward a better life for their family. While Jason is convinced the future looks bright, Medea fears a darker fate as they face the challenges of living without documentation.

 

With poetry, humor, and heart, Mojada is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself. Blending Euripides’ classic with Mexican folklore, MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro examines the tragedy behind America’s immigration system and the destiny of one family caught in its grip. A stirring drama about love, immigration, and sacrifice, Mojada combines ancient storytelling with the most pressing issues facing our country today, following a young Mexican mother who gives up everything to bring her son to America, only to find America demands even more.

True to the original Greek tragedy, the play includes mature situations, violence, adultery, and the murder of a child as well as adult language in both English and Spanish. Mojada is recommended for adult audiences.

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Character Breakdown

  • We practice identity conscious casting! We consider the complexities of identities integral to the characters. Genders/Races/Ages of the characters are included in the descriptions.

  • Actors of any genders, sizes, abilities/disabilities, and other identities are invited to audition for these roles.

  • All roles are paid and non-union. The stipend for this project is $590

We will cast 6 actors. 

All characters are Mexican.

MEDEA - A woman in her 20's

HASON - A man in his 30's

ACAN - A boy who is 10, son of Medea and Hason

TITA - A woman in her 60's

JOSEFINA - A woman in her 30's

ARMIDA - A woman in her 50's


 

Audition Sides

Coming Soon!

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