Long Island Mainstage Theatre Casting Calls: March


The Carriage House Players

March 16, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Directed by Eric Clavell

Be prepared to perform cold readings from script.

Callbacks: Potentially on March 23
Performance Dates: June 14, 15, 21, 22 at 8 p.m. & June 16 and 23 at 3 p.m.
Location: Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium – Carriage House, 180 Little Neck Road, Centerport


Gena (F), 20-30 – Alternately commanding the compelling personality recalls a headstrong fifth grader.

Katie (F) 20-30 – Child like unawareness. Wit has been dulled by years of binge drinking.

Regan (F), 20-30 – Queen bee, Princeton graduate who is masking insecurities.

Jeff (M), 20-30 – Financially stable, self assured and cocky

Joe (M), 20-30 – Sweet, easy going stoner

Becky (F), 20-30 – Plus size. Bride to be. Carries herself with confidence and dignity.

SubUrbia and Stop Kiss

Theatre Out of Bounds

March 31, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.


Directed by Joe Rubino

Performance Dates: June 7, 8, 14, 15 at 8 p.m., June 9 at 3 p.m. & June 16 at 7 p.m.

Location: Studio Theatre Long Island, 141 S. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York 11757

All roles open


Buff (M), 21-25 – Any Ethnicity. Eccentric, party-animal, comedic relief. Buff doesn’t seem to have much direction in life other than getting wasted with his friends and going with the flow. He is still very optimistic though and seems to just be enjoying the ride.

Jeff (M), 21-25 – Any Ethnicity. Aimless, rebellious, and insecure. Jeff is Sooze’s boyfriend. He always seems to be in some sort of existential crisis with his “philosophical” rants throughout the play. But he is also a dreamer that is just too afraid to take any big steps in his life. This complacency is what holds him back.

Sooze (F), 21-25 – Any Ethnicity. Ambitious, free-spirited, idealistic. Unlike Jeff, Sooze feels stuck in this “shitty” small town and dreams big. She wants to move to New York City to pursue art as a career. When the opportunity finally arrives she is ready to take that big step, whether Jeff is coming or not.

Bee-Bee (F), 21-25 – Any Ethnicity. Sooze’s best friend. Bee-Bee is a bit more to herself than Sooze but still very out-going and sweet. Being in and out of rehab, she had a very dark past with drugs but has been clean since. Although not obvious from the beginning of the story, this battle with addiction does show its face again.

Nazeer “Norman” (M), 25-32 – Middle-Eastern. Employee of the family-run convenience store. Hard-working student. Trying to work hard enough to make a better life for himself and for his family. He regularly tries to kick the group out of the parking lot for their loitering, drinking, and vandalism. He faces much conflict with the group, especially Tim, which often result in violence.

Pakeeza (F), 30-40 – Middle-Eastern. Namer’s very over-protective sister. Also works at the convenience store.

Pony (M), 21-25 – Any Ethnicity. (Required: Skilled guitarist and song-writer) “The friend that got out”. Pony made it big in the music industry practically over night. Now that he’s big and famous, he returns to visit his old friends because he happens to be playing a show nearby. Jeff and Pony were pretty much best friends and used to play music together.

Erica (F), 25-30 – Any Ethnicity. Pony’s Publicist. She lived in LA her entire life and comes from a very wealthy family. She’s a young, alternative girl with an edge to her. It is important to note that like the other characters, she is not played like a stereotypically depicted publicist or caricature in any way.

Stop Kiss

Directed by Evan Donnelan

Audition dates and location same as SubUrbia

Performance Dates: July 5 and 6 at 8 p.m. & July 7 at 7 p.m.

All roles open; calling performers of all races, ages, genders, and backgrounds


Callie Pax – Callie works as a traffic reporter in New York City, where she has lived for eleven years. Callie helps Sara learn her way around the city, and, in the process, develops strong feelings for her. When Callie and Sara are attacked, Callie sustains only minor injuries and, along with Peter, nurses Sara back to health.

Sara – Sara, who recently moved to NYC from St. Louis to accept a teaching fellowship at an elementary school in The Bronx, looks to Callie to learn how to fit in while in the Big Apple. When Callie and Sara are attacked in the park after their first kiss, Sara is injured, and falls into a coma, where she remains for some time.

George – George is Callie’s “friend with benefits.” He works as a bartender in the city, and is jealous of Sara’s relationship with Callie.

Peter – Peter is Sara’s ex-boyfriend from St. Louis. Once he heard Sara was in the hospital, he came down to New York to see her. Peter is still in love with Sara.

Mrs. Winsley/The Nurse – Mrs. Winsley is a witness to the attack against Sara and Callie. She is interrogated by Detective Cole. The actress who plays this role will also play the part of Sara’s nurse.

Detective Cole – Detective Cole is the detective assigned to Callie and Sara’s case. He is the first to hear the story of what happened to Callie and Sara the night they were attacked.

Gone Fishing

EastLine Theatre

March 16 & 23, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sides will be provided

An audition can be scheduled outside of the dates and venues listed if necessary.

Location: Northport Public Library, 151 Laurel Avenue, Northport


Barbara (F), 55-60 – A college dean, smart, sensitive, attractive, reserved but with a healthy libido underneath, tough when necessary, with an occasionally coarse sense of humor, but a true romantic by nature.

Jo-Ellen (F), 40-60 – The dean’s secretary, smart, outgoing, confident, free-spirited, earthly aware of and even vain about her physical appeal, sharp-tongued but also generous to all.

Pepin (M), 18-25 – An intense, egotistic, modestly talented English major with ambitions to be a great writer. Content to be somewhat of an outcast.

The Lyons

Studio Theatre

March 31st, 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Directed by Lynn Antunovich 

Bring headshot and resume. Actors must be available for all performances. Be prepared to perform the following sides from the Dramatists Play Service version:

For Rita and Ben: Pages 10-11, starting with “Do you want to play cards?”
For Lisa: Pages 13-14, from “Where are the boys?”
For Curtis: Pages 20-21, from “How are you Dad, how are you feeling”
For Brian: Pages 38-39, from “What do you do again?”
For Nurse: Pages 49-50, from the top of the scene

Performance Dates: August 30, 31, September 5, 6, 7, 13, 14 at 8 p.m. and September 1, 8, 15 at 3 p.m.


Ben Lyons (M) – late 70’s, a dying man. Although he is at the end of his life, he is not without energy.

Rita Lyons (F) – 60’s to 70’s, his wife

Lisa Lyons (F) – 30’s, their daughter

Curtis Lyons (F) – 30’s, their son

Nurse (F) – 30’s to 50’s

Brian (F) – 25 to 35, a very attractive real estate agent

Additional inquiries may be sent to the show’s director, Lynn Antunovich at lynn.antunovich@gmail.com

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