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General Auditions for Season Shows   - Project ID # 1623194
Project Type   Live Event Submission Type   SRN
Location   Tucson, AZ Union   Non-union
Rate/Pay   n/a Release Date   04-12-21
Audition Date   Submission Deadline   04-30-21
Shoot Date      
Casting Category   Theatre - Non-Equity
Market(s)   El Paso, TX>Phoenix, AZ

The Awakening - Edna Pontellier is a young mother in turn-of-the-century New Orleans. Feeling the oppression of the roles of her gender, she struggles to fulfill the demands of wife and mother, while sensing her own awakening desires.

Twelfth Night - Shipwrecked Viola makes her way in Illyria by disguising herself as a boy and serving the Duke Orsino. With mistaken identities and vivid characters, Twelfth Night is one of the most varied and delightful of all of Shakespeare's plays.

Death of a Salesman - Willy Loman, a classic American everyman, and perhaps the greatest tragic hero of the American Dream, struggles with the end of his career, the disappointments of his sons, and the burden of his own unacknowledged mediocrity.

Passage - Described as "a fantasia inspired by E.M. Forster's A Passage to India," Chen has devised a very contemporary theatrical experience. We see, in the end, that there is little if anything that truly distinguishes the people who, through accidents of birth and geography, find themselves with vastly different circumstances of wealth, respect, and fulfillment.

Mrs Dalloway - There she was. A day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, wife of a member of Parliament, and lady of London's high society, as she prepares for a party that evening. And, in parallel, the same day for Septimus Warren Smith, a suffering war veteran. Written in Woolf's stream-of-consciousness style, Mrs Dalloway takes an equal interest in things large and small, and Woolf follows her characters' thoughts where they lead. It has been said that the novel was the first to split the atom in its elevation of the mundane to the meaningful. In public domain as of January 2021, Mrs Dalloway has seen a resurgence of interest recently, as pandemic life has seemed to make daily chores an adventure.

All actors who have not previously worked with The Rogue Theatre should bring a headshot and resume and prepare a 2-minute classical monologue.

All actors are paid.

Role # 1 - Edna Pontellier Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Edna is the protagonist of the novel, and the "awakening" to which the title refers is hers. The twenty-eight-year-old wife of a New Orleans businessman, Edna suddenly finds herself dissatisfied with her marriage and the limited, conservative lifestyle that it allows. She emerges from her semi-conscious state of devoted wife and mother to a state of total awareness, in which she discovers her own identity and acts on her desires for emotional and sexual satisfaction. Through a series of experiences, or "awakenings," Edna becomes a shockingly independent woman, who lives apart from her husband and children and is responsible only to her own urges and passions. Tragically, Edna's awakenings isolate her from others and ultimately lead her to a state of total solitude.

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Age: from 18 to 60
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Role # 2 - Mademoiselle Reisz Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Mademoiselle Reisz may be the most influential character in Edna's awakening. She is unmarried and childless, and she devotes her life to her passion: music. A talented pianist and somewhat of a recluse, she represents independence and freedom and serves as a sort of muse for Edna. When Edna begins actively to pursue personal independence, she seeks Mademoiselle Reisz's companionship. Mademoiselle warns Edna that she must be brave if she wishes to be an artist—that an artist must have a courageous and defiant soul. Mademoiselle Reisz is the only character in the novel who knows of the love between Robert and Edna, and she, thus, serves as a true confidante for Edna despite their considerably different personalities. Mademoiselle Reisz is also a foil for Edna's other close female friend, Adèle Ratignolle, who epitomizes the conventional and socially acceptable woman of the late nineteenth century.

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Role # 3 - Adèle Ratignolle Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Edna's close friend, Adèle Ratignolle represents the Victorian feminine ideal. She idolizes her children and worships her husband, centering her life around caring for them and performing her domestic duties. While her lifestyle and attitude contrast with Edna's increasing independence, Adèle unwittingly helps facilitate her friend's transformation. Her free manner of discourse and expression, typical of Creole women of the time, acts as a catalyst for Edna's abandonment of her former reserved and introverted nature. Adele is also a foil for Mademoiselle Reisz, whose independent and unconventional lifestyle inspires Edna's transgressions.

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Role # 4 - Robert Lebrun Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Robert Lebrun is the twenty-six-year-old single man with whom Edna falls in love. Dramatic and passionate, he has a history of becoming the devoted attendant to a different woman each summer at Grand Isle. Robert offers his affections comically and in an over-exaggerated manner, and thus is never taken seriously. As the friendship between Robert and Edna becomes more intimate and complex, however, he realizes that he has genuinely fallen in love with Edna. He is torn between his love for her and society's view that women are the possessions of their husbands.

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Role # 5 - Alcée Arobin Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: The seductive, charming, and forthright Alcée Arobin is the Don Juan of the New Orleans Creole community. Arobin enjoys making conquests out of married women, and he becomes Edna's lover while her husband is on a business trip to New York. Although Robert Lebrun is the man whom Edna truly loves, Arobin satisfies Edna's physical urges while Robert is in Mexico. Throughout their passionate affair, Edna retains authority and never allows Alcée to own or control her.

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Role # 6 - Léonce Pontellier Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Léonce Pontellier, a forty-year-old, wealthy New Orleans businessman, is Edna's husband. Although he loves Edna and his sons, he spends little time with them because he is often away on business or with his friends. Very concerned with social appearances, Léonce wishes Edna to continue the practices expected of New Orleans women despite her obvious distaste for them. His relationship with Edna lacks passion and excitement, and he knows very little of his wife's true feelings and emotions.

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Role # 7 - Doctor Mandelet Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Doctor Mandelet is Léonce and Edna's family physician. He is a fairly enlightened man, who silently recognizes Edna's dissatisfaction with the restrictions placed on her by social conventions. When Léonce consults with him about Edna's unconventional behavior, the doctor suspects that Edna is in love with another man, although he keeps his suspicions to himself because he recognizes that there is little Léonce can do if Edna is indeed in love with someone else and that any further constraints imposed on her will only intensify her revolt. Doctor Mandelet offers Edna his help and understanding and is worried about the possible consequences of her defiance and independence.

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Role # 8 - The Colonel Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: The Colonel, a former Confederate officer in the Civil War, is Edna's father. He is a strict Protestant and believes that husbands should manage their wives with authority and coercion. While Edna's relationship with her father is not affectionate, she is surprised by how well she gets along with her father when they are together.

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Role # 9 - Victor Lebrun Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Victor Lebrun is Robert's wayward younger brother. He spends his time chasing women and refuses to settle down into a profession.

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Role # 10 - Madame Lebrun Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Madame Lebrun is the widowed mother of Victor and Robert. She owns and manages the cottages on Grand Isle where the novel's characters spend their summer vacations.

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Role # 11 - The Lady in Black Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: The lady in black is a vacationer at the Lebrun cottages on Grand Isle. She embodies the patient, resigned solitude that convention expects of a woman whose husband has died, but her solitude does not speak to any sort of independence or strength. Rather, it owes to a self-effacing withdrawal from life and passion out of utter respect for her husband's death. Throughout the novel, the lady in black remains silent, which contributes to her lack of individuality and to her role within the text as the symbol of the socially acceptable husbandless woman.

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Role # 12 - The Two Lovers Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: The two lovers are vacationers at the Lebrun cottages on Grand Isle. They represent the form of young love accepted by society. Always appearing in conjunction with the lady in black, the lovers represent the stage of a woman's life that precedes her maternal duties.

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Role # 13 - The Farival Twins Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: The Farival twins are fourteen-year-old girls who vacation at Grand Isle with their family and who frequently entertain their fellow guests by playing the piano. They represent the destiny of adolescent Victorian girls: chaste motherhood. Having been dedicated to the Virgin Mary at birth, they wear her colors at all times. Moreover, they embody society's expectations of the way women should use art—as a way of making themselves more delightful to others, rather than as a means of self-expression.

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Role # 14 - Mrs. Highcamp Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: A tall, worldly woman in her forties, Mrs. Highcamp spends time with many of the fashionable single men of New Orleans under the pretext of finding a husband for her daughter. Alcée Arobin is one of these young men, and the two call on Edna to attend the races and to accompany them to dinner—meetings that catalyze the affair between Edna and Arobin.

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Role # 15 - Janet Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Janet is Edna's younger sister. Edna was never close to her and she refuses to attend her wedding.

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Role # 16 - Margaret Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Margaret is Edna and Janet's older sister. After their mother died, Margaret took over the role of mother figure for her younger sisters.

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Role # 17 - Mariequita Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: A young, pretty Spanish girl, Mariequita is a mischievous flirt who lives on Grand Isle. She seems to fancy both Robert and Victor Lebrun and, along with Adèle, is the picture of the self-demeaning coquetry that Edna avoids.

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Role # 18 - Madame Antoine Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: When Edna feels faint at the Sunday service on the island of Chênière Caminada, she and Robert go to Madame Antoine's for the day. A friendly inhabitant of the island, Madame Antoine takes them in and cares for Edna, to whom she tells stories of her life.

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Role # 19 - Mr. Merriman Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Some of the guests present at the dinner party Edna holds to celebrate her move to the "pigeon house."

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Role # 20 - Mrs. Merriman Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Some of the guests present at the dinner party Edna holds to celebrate her move to the "pigeon house."

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Role # 21 - Miss Mayblunt Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Some of the guests present at the dinner party Edna holds to celebrate her move to the "pigeon house."

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Role # 22 - Mr. Gouvernail Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: Some of the guests present at the dinner party Edna holds to celebrate her move to the "pigeon house."

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Role # 23 - Etienne Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: One for Edna and Léonce's sons.

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Role # 24 - Raoul Pontellier Submit yourself for this role
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The Awakening: One for Edna and Léonce's sons.

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Role # 25 - Orsino Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: The Duke and Count of Illyria, is a young man deeply and fashionably in love with Olivia. Her rejection of him leaves him in a deep and just as fashionable melancholy.

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Role # 26 - Sebastian Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Viola's twin brother. After the shipwreck, he was rescued by Antonio, and spent three months in his company.

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Role # 27 - Antonio Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Antonio is a sea captain. Though considered a pirate by Illyrians, he considers himself an honorable opponent.

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Role # 28 - Sea Captain Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: A Sea Captain was the captain of the ship that Viola and Sebastian were traveling on.

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Role # 29 - Valentine Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Valentine is one of Orsino's attendants. He was sent to Olivia as a messenger of love, but was not allowed to speak to her.

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Role # 30 - Curio Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Curio is one of Orsino's attendants. He seeks to distract Orsino by taking him to hunt, but Orsino refuses.

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Role # 31 - Sir Toby Belch Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Sir Toby Belch is Olivia's uncle and something of a minor-league Falstaff. A penniless drunkard who sets stock by his nobility of birth, with a taste for pickled herrings that likely leave him flatulent, he makes himself quite at home at his niece's.

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Role # 32 - Sir Andrew Aguecheek Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Sir Andrew Aguecheek is an unfortunate fellow. He is tall and very thin, with pale hair that lies flat and lanky, though he may occasionally attempt to curl it.

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Role # 33 - Malvolio Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Malvolio whose name might be translated as 'ill-will,' is Olivia's steward. Something of a puritan, he abhors disorder and drunkenness, along with bear-baiting and for that matter laughter: he does not smile.

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Role # 34 - Fabian Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Fabian is a member of Olivia's household who has lost that lady's favor due to Malvolio's telling her about a bear-baiting Fabian was involved with.

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Role # 35 - Feste Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Feste was Olivia's father's jester, and is now hers, though it appears that he wanders around a bit.

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Role # 36 - Olivia Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Olivia is an orphaned, gray-eyed countess who has sworn to remain in mourning for seven years after the recent death of her brother.

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Role # 37 - Viola Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Viola is a lady of Messaline. When dressed as a man she is identical to her twin brother Sebastian.

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Role # 38 - Maria Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Maria is Olivia's waiting-gentlewoman. Though she begins by attempting to keep Sir Toby under control, she quickly becomes one of his cronies and the brains behind the plot against Malvolio.

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Role # 39 - Priest Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Priest is fetched by Olivia to marry her to her young man in secret.

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Role # 40 - First Officer Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: The First Officer recognizes Antonio from the sea-fight, and arrests him.

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Role # 41 - Second Officer Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: The Second Officer does not actually know Antonio, but arrests him.

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Role # 42 - Olivia's Servant Submit yourself for this role
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Twelfth Night: Olivia's Servant is not part of the cabal of upper servants who mock Malvolio.

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Role # 43 - Willy Loman Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: An insecure, self-deluded traveling salesman. Willy believes wholeheartedly in the American Dream of easy success and wealth, but he never achieves it. Nor do his sons fulfill his hope that they will succeed where he has failed. When Willy's illusions begin to fail under the pressing realities of his life, his mental health begins to unravel. The overwhelming tensions caused by this disparity, as well as those caused by the societal imperatives that drive Willy, form the essential conflict of Death of a Salesman.

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Role # 44 - Biff Loman Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's thirty-four-year-old elder son. Biff led a charmed life in high school as a football star with scholarship prospects, good male friends, and fawning female admirers. He failed math, however, and did not have enough credits to graduate. Since then, his kleptomania has gotten him fired from every job that he has held. Biff represents Willy's vulnerable, poetic, tragic side. He cannot ignore his instincts, which tell him to abandon Willy's paralyzing dreams and move out West to work with his hands. He ultimately fails to reconcile his life with Willy's expectations of him.

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Role # 45 - Linda Loman Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's loyal, loving wife. Linda suffers through Willy's grandiose dreams and self-delusions. Occasionally, she seems to be taken in by Willy's self-deluded hopes for future glory and success, but at other times, she seems far more realistic and less fragile than her husband. She has nurtured the family through all of Willy's misguided attempts at success, and her emotional strength and perseverance support Willy until his collapse.

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Role # 46 - Happy Loman Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's thirty-two-year-old younger son. Happy has lived in Biff's shadow all of his life, but he compensates by nurturing his relentless sex drive and professional ambition. Happy represents Willy's sense of self-importance, ambition, and blind servitude to societal expectations. Although he works as an assistant to an assistant buyer in a department store, Happy presents himself as supremely important. Additionally, he practices bad business ethics and sleeps with the girlfriends of his superiors.

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Role # 47 - Charley Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's next-door neighbor. Charley owns a successful business and his son, Bernard, is a wealthy, important lawyer. Willy is jealous of Charley's success. Charley gives Willy money to pay his bills, and Willy reveals at one point, choking back tears, that Charley is his only friend.

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Role # 48 - Bernard Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Bernard is Charley's son and an important, successful lawyer. Although Willy used to mock Bernard for studying hard, Bernard always loved Willy's sons dearly and regarded Biff as a hero. Bernard's success is difficult for Willy to accept because his own sons' lives do not measure up.

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Role # 49 - Ben Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's wealthy older brother. Ben has recently died and appears only in Willy's "daydreams." Willy regards Ben as a symbol of the success that he so desperately craves for himself and his sons.

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Role # 50 - The Woman Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's mistress when Happy and Biff were in high school. The Woman's attention and admiration boost Willy's fragile ego. When Biff catches Willy in his hotel room with The Woman, he loses faith in his father, and his dream of passing math and going to college dies.

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Role # 51 - Howard Wagner Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Willy's boss. Howard inherited the company from his father, whom Willy regarded as "a masterful man" and "a prince." Though much younger than Willy, Howard treats Willy with condescension and eventually fires him, despite Willy's wounded assertions that he named Howard at his birth.

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Role # 52 - Stanley Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: A waiter at Frank's Chop House. Stanley and Happy seem to be friends, or at least acquaintances, and they banter about and ogle Miss Forsythe together before Biff and Willy arrive at the restaurant.

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Role # 53 - Miss Forsythe Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: One of the two young women whom Happy and Biff meet at Frank's Chop House. It seems likely that Miss Forsythe and Letta are prostitutes, judging from Happy's repeated comments about their moral character and the fact that they are "on call."

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Role # 54 - Letta Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: One of the two young women whom Happy and Biff meet at Frank's Chop House. It seems likely that Miss Forsythe and Letta are prostitutes, judging from Happy's repeated comments about their moral character and the fact that they are "on call."

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Role # 55 - Jenny Submit yourself for this role
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Death of a Salesman: Charley's secretary.

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Role # 56 - Actors Submit yourself for this role
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Passage: Seeking versatile actors who can portray this role.

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Role # 57 - Clarissa Dalloway Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: The eponymous protagonist. The novel begins with Clarissa's point of view and follows her perspective more closely than that of any other character. As Clarissa prepares for the party she will give that evening, we are privy to her meandering thoughts. Clarissa is vivacious and cares a great deal about what people think of her, but she is also self-reflective. She often questions life's true meaning, wondering whether happiness is truly possible. She feels both a great joy and a great dread about her life, both of which manifest in her struggles to strike a balance between her desire for privacy and her need to communicate with others. Throughout the day Clarissa reflects on the crucial summer when she chose to marry her husband, Richard, instead of her friend Peter Walsh. Though she is happy with Richard, she is not entirely certain she made the wrong choice about Peter, and she also thinks frequently about her friend Sally Seton, whom she also once loved.

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Role # 58 - Septimus Waren Smith Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: A World War I veteran suffering from shell shock, married to an Italian woman named Lucrezia. Though he is insane, Septimus views English society in much the same way as Clarissa does, and he struggles, as she does, to both maintain his privacy and fulfill his need to communicate with others. He shares so many traits with Clarissa that he could be her double. Septimus is pale, has a hawklike posture, and wears a shabby overcoat. Before the war he was a young, idealistic, aspiring poet. After the war he regards human nature as evil and believes he is guilty of not being able to feel. Rather than succumb to the society he abhors, he commits suicide.

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Role # 59 - Peter Walsh Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: A close friend of Clarissa's, once desperately in love with her. Clarissa rejected Peter's marriage proposal when she was eighteen, and he moved to India. He has not been to London for five years. He is highly critical of others, is conflicted about nearly everything in his life, and has a habit of playing with his pocketknife. Often overcome with emotion, he cries easily. He frequently has romantic problems with women and is currently in love with Daisy, a married woman in India. He wears horn-rimmed glasses and a bow tie and used to be a Socialist.

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Role # 60 - Sally Seton Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: A close friend of Clarissa and Peter in their youth. Sally was a wild, handsome ragamuffin who smoked cigars and would say anything. She and Clarissa were sexually attracted to one another as teenagers. Now Sally lives in Manchester and is married with five boys. Her married name is Lady Rosseter.

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Role # 61 - Richard Dalloway Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Clarissa's husband. A member of Parliament in the Conservative government, Richard plans to write a history of the great English military family, the Brutons, when the Labour Party comes to power. He is a sportsman and likes being in the country. He is a loving father and husband. While devoted to social reform, he appreciates English tradition. He has failed to make it into the Cabinet, or main governing body.

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Role # 62 - Hugh Whitbread Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Clarissa's old friend, married to Evelyn Whitbread. An impeccable Englishman and upholder of English tradition, Hugh writes letters to the Times about various causes. He never brushes beneath the surface of any subject and is rather vain. Many are critical of his pompousness and gluttony, but he remains oblivious. He is, as Clarissa thinks, almost too perfectly dressed. He makes Clarissa feel young and insecure.

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Role # 63 - Lucrezia Smith Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Septimus's wife, a twenty-four-year-old hat-maker from Milan. Rezia loves Septimus but is forced to bear the burden of his mental illness alone. Normally a lively and playful young woman, she has grown thin with worry. She feels isolated and continually wishes to share her unhappiness with somebody. She trims hats for the friends of her neighbor, Mrs. Filmer.

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Role # 64 - Elizabeth Dalloway Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Clarissa and Richard's only child. Gentle, considerate, and somewhat passive, seventeen-year-old Elizabeth does not have Clarissa's energy. She has a dark beauty that is beginning to attract attention. Not a fan of parties or clothes, she likes being in the country with her father and dogs. She spends a great deal of time praying with her history teacher, the religious Miss Kilman, and is considering career options.

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Role # 65 - Doris Kilman Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Elizabeth's history teacher, who has German ancestry. Miss Kilman has a history degree and was fired from a teaching job during the war because of society's anti-German prejudice. She is over forty and wears an unattractive mackintosh coat because she does not dress to please. She became a born-again Christian two years and three months ago. Poor, with a forehead like an egg, she is bitter and dislikes Clarissa intensely but adores Elizabeth.

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Role # 66 - Sir William Bradshaw Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: A renowned London psychiatrist. When Lucrezia seeks help for her insane husband, Septimus, Septimus's doctor, Dr. Holmes, recommends Sir William. Sir William believes that most people who think they are mad suffer instead from a "lack of proportion." He determines that Septimus has suffered a complete nervous breakdown and recommends that Septimus spend time in the country, apart from Lucrezia. The hardworking son of a tradesman, Sir William craves power and has become respected in his field.

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Role # 67 - Dr. Holmes Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Septimus's general practitioner. When Septimus begins to suffer the delayed effects of shell shock, Lucrezia seeks his help. Dr. Holmes claims nothing is wrong with Septimus, but that Lucrezia should see Sir William if she doesn't believe him. Septimus despises Dr. Holmes and refers to him as "human nature." Dr. Holmes likes to go to the music hall and to play golf.

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Role # 68 - Lady Bruton Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: A member of high society and a friend of the Dalloways. At sixty-two years old, Lady Bruton is devoted to promoting emigration to Canada for English families. Normally erect and magisterial, she panics when she has to write a letter to the editor and seeks help from Richard Dalloway and Hugh Whitbread. She has an assistant, Milly Brush, and a chow dog. She is a descendant of General Sir Talbot Moore.

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Role # 69 - Miss Helena Parry Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Clarissa's aunt. Aunt Helena is a relic of the strict English society Clarissa finds so confining. A great botanist, she also enjoys talking about orchids and Burma. She is a formidable old lady, over eighty, who found Sally Seton's behavior as a youth shocking. She has one glass eye.

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Role # 70 - Ellie Henderson Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Clarissa's dowdy cousin. Ellie, in her early fifties, has thin hair, a meager profile, and bad eyesight. Not trained for any career and having only a small income, she wears an old black dress to Clarissa's party. She is self-effacing, subject to chills, and close to a woman named Edith. Clarissa finds her dull and does not want to invite her to the party, and Ellie stands alone nearly the whole time, aware that she does not really belong.

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Role # 71 - Evans Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Septimus's wartime officer and close friend. Evans died in Italy just before the armistice, but Septimus, in his deluded state, continues to see and hear him behind trees and sitting room screens. During the war, Evans and Septimus were inseparable. Evans was a shy Englishman with red hair.

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Role # 72 - Mrs. Filmer Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: The Smiths' neighbor. Mrs. Filmer finds Septimus odd. She has honest blue eyes and is Rezia's only friend in London. Her daughter is Mrs. Peters, who listens to the Smiths' gramophone when they are not at home. Mrs. Filmer's granddaughter delivers the newspaper to the Smiths' home each evening, and Rezia always makes the child's arrival into a momentous, joyous event.

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Role # 73 - Daisy Simmons Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Peter Walsh's lover in India, married to a major in the Indian army. Daisy is twenty-four years old and has two small children. Peter is in London to arrange her divorce.

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Role # 74 - Evelyn Whitbread Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Hugh Whitbread's wife. Evelyn suffers from an unspecified internal ailment and spends much of her time in nursing homes. We learn about her from others. Peter Walsh describes her as mousy and almost negligible, but he also points out that occasionally she says something sharp.

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Role # 75 - Mr. Brewer Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: Septimus's boss at Sibleys and Arrowsmith. Mr. Brewer, the managing clerk, is paternal with his employees and foresees a promising career for Septimus, but Septimus volunteers for the war before he can reach any degree of success. Mr. Brewer promotes Septimus when he returns from the war, but Septimus is already losing his mind. Mr. Brewer has a waxed moustache and a coral tiepin.

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Role # 76 - Jim Hutton Submit yourself for this role
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Mrs Dalloway: An awful poet at the Dalloways' party. Jim is badly dressed, with red socks and unruly hair, and he does not enjoy talking to another guest, Professor Brierly, who is a professor of Milton. Jim shares with Clarissa a love of Bach and thinks she is "the best of the great ladies who took an interest in art." He enjoys mimicking people.

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