42nd Street Forever

Expires: 2024/05/13
Description

Great opportunity in this 2 character non Equity play that is part of a renowned New York City festival. There will be one Sunday, May 19, midtown performance and an addtional video taping TBD of piece at in late May/early June.
Play:
Forty-Second Street Forever
Time and Setting:
– 1994, a soon to be demolished Forty-second Street movie theater
Synopsis:
– The play concerns the last New York City, Forty-second Street grindhouse theater before it closed for good (or did it?) in 1994 because of Giuliani, Disney, and greed.
Characters:
SEAN: late 20’s/early 30’s, chief architect with the Forty-second Street Redevelopment Project.
JOHN: mid 50’s/early 60’s, maintenance mechanic for a movie theater on Forty-second street that is about to be torn down.

2 Project roles
Sean
28
-
33
y.o.
Sean is one of the major architects on the Forty-second Street Redevelopment project in the early 1990's, and he cannot wait until the last theater closes down to make way for Disney.
Application deadline closed.
John
Male
55
-
70
y.o.
Since the early 1960's, John has been a maintenance mechanic for the Forty-second street grindhouse cinemas; the last of which is about to be torn down to make way for Disney.
Application deadline closed.