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All Auditions occur at 
The Brad Powell Theatre
The Shops at Dole Cannery
650 Iwilei Road Suite 101
Honolulu, HI 96817
Sons of the Prophet
by Stephen Karam
directed by Ryan Bechard

Another round of auditions will be held

at NOON on Saturday, October 12   
& at 6pm on Sunday, Oct 13


Joseph: AGE Range - mid 20's to mid 30's Male (character is gay); physically fit/runner. Suffers from physical disabilities while trying to keep his family together after the death of his father. Has a short intimate scene with Tim.

Tim:  Age Range - mid 20's to mid 30's Male A (rich boy) reporter who comes town to cover the brothers story of pain. Attractive, well traveled and a reminder of what is outside this small town. Starts a fragile and intimate relationship with Joseph. 
Charles: Age Range 18-25 male (character is openly gay); Joseph's little brother.  Wants to get out of the small town to move to NYC. Funny, sarcastic, and very deeply effected by their fathers' death.
Vin: Age Range 18-25 Male, darker skin. Football player.  Was dared to put a deer decoy in the middle of the road which ended up killing Joseph and Charles' Father.  A foster child with football as his only promise into a great college education, he reaches out to the family for forgiveness.  

The roles of Gloria, Bill &  the Ensemble roles have been cast.
This is a 90 page text with MANY OVERLAPPING LINES. Strong memorization is a must. Cast will receive scripts ASAP to start getting off book.

Rehearsals begin soon af ter casting is completed.  Show runs December 13 - January 5, 2020
email [email protected] to read the play

The Mountaintop
by Katori Hall
directed by Ron Heller

Saturday, November 30th & Sunday Dec 1st
(time will be announced later)


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.:  Male, age 38, African-American.  Physical/facial resemblance to the real Dr. King is not required.  The actor in this role must be able to portray both the determination and devotion of a man who knows he has the responsibilities that come with being a larger-than-life symbol to millions of people, and the weariness and doubt of a man who knows he is only human.
Camae: Female, 20s or early 30s, African-American.   Proud, sassy, strong, independent – but with occasional flashes of self-doubt or vulnerability showing through.  Not based on any specific real person.    
General note: Actors are encouraged to read the script before auditioning.  Playwright Katori Hall has described this play as a portrayal of Dr. King “warts and all” – a great hero and great leader, but with human weaknesses.  Some people have found this offensive. 

Rehearsal commitment is from January 6th through opening on February 14th
Show runs February 14th - March 8th, 2020

click here to email [email protected] to read the script