We’re always looking for talented, professional performers to help us produce adventurous theatre. We work with both Equity and non-Equity actors, and we cast locally, as well as around the country. If you’re interested in performing on our stage, stay tuned to this page for audition opportunities.
AMPHIBIAN STAGE PRODUCTIONS SEEKS AEA & NON-AEA ACTORS FOR:
a staged reading of THE PLEASURE TRIALS
By Sarah Saltwick
Director: Jess Hutchinson
First Rehearsal: November 29, 2016
Opening: December 4, 2pm
Closing: December 5, 7pm
The rehearsal schedule will be in the evenings on weekdays and daytime on weekends.
Audition: Video submissions will be accepted through October 24, 2016.
Dr. Rachel Milan: 46. Professional. Calculating. Sharp. Interested in people but prefers them at a distance.
Callie Young: 25. Bright. Likable. A real people person.
Anne – Zora: 20s – 50s. All kinds of women, played by one actor.
WHAT TO PREPARE
Each role has multiple sides that will need to be prepared and submitted. Please prepare the sides for the role(s) you would like to audition for, record them onto video and email the video to Linsey Retcofsky at email@example.com.
ABOUT THE PLAY:
When Rachel and Callie start clinical trials on their new female libido enhancement drug willing participants come out of the woodwork looking for an internal revolution. Quickly after the first dose, the effectiveness of the medicine is undeniable, but the overwhelming pressure for its success may corrupt the experiment and everyone involved. The Pleasure Trials is an insightful and entertaining examination of women, sexual desire, and the burden of meeting high expectations.
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:
Sarah Saltwick is a playwright based in Austin, TX, a graduate of the Michener Center for Writers at UT Austin and a past Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis. Her play Tender Rough Rough Tender
was recently produced by groundswell theater and awarded the David Mark Cohen New Play Award by the Austin Critics Table. Upcoming work includes development of Europa
at Playwrights Week at the Lark (New York, NY) and a production of A Perfect Robot
was a finalist for the O’Neill Playwright Conference and a Kilroy Honorable Mention for 2014 and 2015. Her play She Creatures/Of Myth and Mud
was produced by Barnyard Theater and Mira Loma High School in Sacramento, CA, Nouveau 47 in Dallas, TX, and Weber State University in Ogden, UT. Some additional developmental and production partners include groundswell theatre company, ScriptWorks, New Century Theater Company, Forward Flux, Kitchen Dog Theater, Swan Dive, the Navigators, The Exchange Artists, Red Theatre Collective, Phoenix Theatre, the Icicle Creek Theater Festival, WildClaw Horror Theater, Weber State University, Barnyard Theater. Her plays have been seen in theaters as well as in cars, backyards, dressing rooms, lobbies, and a swimming pool. You can find more about Sarah’s work on www.sarah.saltwick.com
or on the New Play Exchange.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
Jess Hutchinson is a theatre director, dramaturg, and producer. She earned her MFA at UT Austin, where she had the pleasure of collaborating with stellar writers on projects like 381 Bleecker,
, Lyla School, 70 Secrets of Marmalade Kittens, 100 Heartbreaks
and Enter A Woman, Pretty Enough
. As Artistic Director of Chicago’s New Leaf Theatre, her favorite projects included Arcadia, The Dining Room,
and world premieres of Burying Miss America, Lighthousekeeping,
and The Man Who Was Thursday,
as well as the world premiere of Hideous Progeny
for LiveWire Chicago Theater. She was proud to be the 2015-16 NNPN Producer in Residence at Kitchen Dog Theater and is a founding member of Austin’s groundswell theatre. More at www.jesshutchinson.com
Are you a theatre professional interested in working with us? We want to meet you! We accept applications from directors, designers, technicians, and other professionals year-round. To submit your interest in working with us email Linsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amphibian welcomes script submissions from March 1 through June 30 of each year.
Scripts should fit the following criteria:
- small cast (5 or fewer)
- author is a member of the Dramatists Guild
- only one script per author per year
To submit a script:
- Send a hard copy of the first 20 pages of the script, along with a title page, character breakdown, production history (if any) and a playwright bio.
- Script pages should be numbered.
- Electronic submissions will not be accepted in the preliminary round.
Amphibian Stage Productions
Attn: Literary Department
120 South Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104
What to expect:
- All submissions will be read by a minimum of two readers.
- All submissions will receive a response no later than October 1 of the year it was submitted.
- Please do not follow up before October 1.
We have internship opportunities available during the fall and spring semesters and during the summer. For more information email Linsey at email@example.com.
We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our dedicated volunteers. We are always looking for extra help around the theater whether it’s wrapping cookies, sending mailings, or working front of house at showtime, we need you! For more information email Alexandra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are no part-time or full-time staff positions available at this time. Check back periodically for new opportunities.