Auditions for “Stick Fly”
Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack NY will be holding auditions for its upcoming production of “Stick Fly“, written by Lydia R. Diamond and directed by Joe Albert Lima. “Stick Fly” is a dramedy that explores complex and intertwining issues of family, trust, and class in an affluent, African American family.
AUDITIONS: Tuesday 12/12/17 at 7:00PM and Thursday 12/14/17 at 7:00PM
CALLBACKS: Sunday 12/17/17 at 3:00PM (by invitation only)
PERFORMANCES: 3/09/18 thru 4/07/18 (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with possible Wednesday and Thursdays)
A dramedy that explores the complex and intertwining issues of family, trust, and class in the affluent, African American LeVay family. While vacationing in their Martha’s Vineyard home family tensions bubble under the surface and are exposed.
CAST REQUIREMENTS: (3 Males, 3 Females)
KENT (SPOON) – late 20’s to early 30’s African American) the youngest son of the LeVay family; has grown up with an artistic disposition in a family of doctors and lawyers. Though financially privileged, he has struggled to find his place in life and with his family
TAYLOR – (late 20’s to early 30’s –African American), the daughter from an earlier marriage of renowned, recently deceased, public intellectual, James Bradley Scott. She was raised by a single mother college professor. Although she carries his name and so has entrée to some social privilege, her father was not part of her life. She has gone without financially
CHERYL – (late teens to early 20’s- African American) the daughter of the family maid; pretty, bright, always well-intentioned; has always had a crush on Flip
FLIP – (early to mid 30’s – African American) oldest son of LeVay family; the “golden boy” who, with some compromises, has fallen in line with his father’s expectations. He is an incorrigible ladies’ man
JOE LEVAY (DAD) – (late 50’s to early 60’s – African American) the LeVay patriarch; a well-intentioned man, who rules his family with a firm, loving hand. He like Flip has always had a way with women
KIMBER – (late 20’s to mid 30’s –Caucasian} is an intelligent woman with a quick wit and sincere warmth. Her social status matches that of the LeVay’s, with of course, the undeniable privilege of whiteness – of this she is aware, and on some level appalled
If you have questions please contact director Joe Albert Lima at [email protected]
Sides from the script will be made available at the audition. All roles available. Newcomers are especially welcomed. Crew and other volunteers are also needed for the event. For more information or directions, call 845-353-1313 or visit http://www.elmwoodplayhouse.com/auditions
Sides from the script will be made available at the audition. All roles available. Casting is open to all. Ethnicities, races, and newcomers are especially welcomed. Crew and other volunteers are also needed for the event. For more information or directions, call 845-353-1313 or visit http://www.elmwoodplayhouse.com/auditions