2020 Repertory Casting
Thrown Stone Theatre company is holding local actor auditions (AEA and Non-Union) for their upcoming production, The Rolling World Premiere of Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven by Reina Hardy.
Writer: Reina Hardy
First Rehearsal: June 15, 2020 (Weekday Rehearsals in the Evening)
Preview: July 9, 2020
Opening: July 10, 2020
Closing: July 26, 2020
Producers: Thrown Stone Theatre Company (Jason Peck & Jonathan Winn, Co-Artistic Directors)
Director: Jason Peck
Casting Director: Jessi Blue Gormezano
Scenic Design: Fufan Zhang
Contract: AEA Actors: SPT Theatre– Tier 1, $263/week, Non-AEA Actors: $263/week
Annie Jump is a 13-year-old science genius whose alien-obsessed father is the laughingstock of Strawberry, KS. One night in August, a meteor falls, and Annie meets Althea, an intergalactic supercomputer that manifests itself in the form of a mean girl with really great hair. Althea’s here to help Annie take humanity from the earth to the stars, but being the Chosen One isn’t all glory. What is Althea hiding? And what will Annie have to sacrifice to fulfill her destiny? A play for all audiences about finding your place in the universe, and intelligent life in your neighborhood.
Thrown Stone is casting for the following roles:
13-year-old science genius (can be played by an actor in their teens or twenties)
14-year-old computer geek (can be played by an actor in their teens or twenties)
Appears about 15, an intergalactic supercomputer that manifests itself in the form of a mean girl with really great hair.
Actors interested in reading should read the complete script and prepare the following sides:
- ANNIE JUMP/CJ (Pages 2-5)
- ANNIE JUMP (Monologue on Page 5,)
- ANNIE JUMP/ALTHEA (Pages 6-11 & Pages 42-45)
- ANNIE JUMP/DR. JUMP (Pages 49-56)
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