7/23 Bright Beach Memoirs at Evergreen Players


Brighton Beach Memoirs

Neil Simon

In a performance that celebrates the power of kinship through thick and thin, a Jewish family in New York in the 1930s experiences ups and downs as they encounter everything from financial concerns to the mounting uncertainty surrounding their loved-ones overseas.

Directed by Tony Catanese.

Performance dates: October 21 – November 6, 2011.

Rehearsal dates: Rehearsals will start the beginning of August and will run three nights a week for the first two weeks, then move to 4 and possibly 5 rehearsals per week thereafter. Rehearsals will begin with the younger cast members before bringing in the rest of the company. The tentative schedule is to start rehearsals on August 3rd or 4th with just the younger cast members. Full company will be called on Tuesday, August 16th. We will rehearse three nights per week and one Saturday.

Audition Details

Auditions will be held at Center/Stage, Evergreen (directions), on Saturday July 23rd, at Appointments (duration: TBD). Appointments will be scheduled in 5-minute increments. Please email ProductionMgr@evergreenplayers.org for an audition appointment. The first audition appointment will be scheduled at 9 a.m. The last audition appointment will be at 10:55 a.m. Callbacks will begin at Noon.

It would be helpful if you could bring the following:

  • Copy of your Resume
  • Headshot
  • Dates of your prior commitments

Please prepare a one-minute comedic monologue, and nothing from Brighton Beach Memoirs. Callbacks will be later in the day.

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Eugene Morris Jerome: Early teens

Blanche Morton: Late Thirties; Eugene’s widowed aunt

Kate Jerome: Early Forties, Eugene’s mother, a strong Jewish matriarch

Laurie Morton: Early Teens, Eugene’s younger cousin

Nora Morton: Late Teens, Eugene’s beautiful older cousin

Stanley Jerome: Late Teens, Eugene’s older brother

Jack Jerome: Early Forties, Eugene’s father



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