Announcing Non-Union Auditions for the Off-Broadway Production of “The Kentucky Tragedy.”
Dennis Kelly Higgins, Producer, is currently scheduling appointments for a new Courtroom Drama, based on the astonishing events surrounding the First Financial Panic of 1819, and the spectacular Murder of Attorney General Solomon Sharp, followed by the explosive Trial of his assailant Jerry Beauchamp, in 1825, marking the first time a man was executed in the State of Kentucky.
Auditions: Monday, April 7--Sunday, April 13. Rehearsals: Monday, April 14—Tuesday, May 13. Performances: Wed., May 14—Sunday, May 25.
Performances will take place at: The Sargent Theater: ATA—American Theater of Actors 314 West 54 Street, NYC
Seeking Actors with excellent classical training. A stipend of $200 given for the six week run.
If you are interested in this project, please contact our assistant Alex with your headshot and resume at email@example.com.
Anne Cooke: 25-35 Leading lady. Stately and beautiful. Betrayed by her suitor, she seeks solitude and redemption.
Ellen Reardon: (Actress of Color.) 25-35 Leading Lady. Closest friend to Anne. Her confidante and critic.
Jerry Beauchamp: 22-32 Leading Man. Stable, devoted to honor. Of the earth.
John Pope: 30-45 Leading man. Defense Attorney. Firm but calm temperament , self-assured.
Charles Bibb: 25-35 Prosecutor. Fierce manner. At the center of an exploding crisis.
Nathaniel: (Actor of Color.) 25-35 Estate Manager. Possessing a steady and generous nature. Above the conflict.
Petita: (Actress of Color.) 18-25 Wiser than she lets on. Speaks her own truth to the powerless.