Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) is seeking headshot and resume submissions for our upcoming productions of Detroit ‘67, Meteor Shower, and The Legend of Georgia McBride as well as our MET Fun Company production of Tomas and the Library Lady
In-person auditions will take place by appointment on Saturday, November 6 from 11am to 2pm. Auditions will be held at MET, 31 W. Patrick St. Frederick, MD 21701. Metered parking is available on the street. The Court Street garage is one block away.
MET’s CASTING PLEDGE: MET is committed to the practice of color-conscious casting, inclusive of all ethnicities/races, sizes, gender identities, sexual orientations, and disabilities. All roles are available and paid. Non-union adults, age 18+
Detroit ’67 by Dominique Morisseau
Ray Hatch, Director
Performances Feb. 3 – Mar. 6, 2022
Lank (Langston) – Black man, early 30’s, cool, loving, and charismatic. A dreamer. Has a special effect on women – but not a womanizer. Chelle’s younger brother.
Bunny (Bonita) – Black woman, mid-to-late 50’s, fun, spunky, sexy, and joyful. A friend and sometimes a love… Never lets nothin’ get her down.
Caroline- White woman, late 20’s/early 30s, beautiful, quiet strength, troubled, soft, and mysterious. There is a world of danger behind her eyes.
Meteor Shower by Steve Martin
Tad Janes, Director
Performances: Mar. 25 – Apr. 24, 2022
Corky – Female identifying, married to Norm.
Norm – Male identifying, married to Corky.
Gerald – Male identifying, coupled with Laura
Laura – Female identifying, coupled with Gerald
The Legend of Georgia McBride by Mathew Lopez
Julie Herber, Director
Performances: May 13 – Jun. 12, 2022
Jo – 20’s, African-American. Female identifying
MET’s FunCompany (TYA/Family Theatre)
Tomas and the Library Lady adapted by José Cruz Gonzalez, from the book by Pat Mora
Julie Herber, Director
Performances: Apr. 23 – May 15, 2022
ACTOR 1 plays Florencio/Papa Grande
ACTOR 2 plays Joefa/Enrique
ACTOR 3 plays Young Tomas/Adult Tomas
ACTOR 4 plays Nightmare Teacher/Library Lady
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Please provide a headshot or snapshot and resume.
Please include your name in the subject line as well as the role(s) for which you are submitting. (Example “Joy Smith – Caroline and Laura)
Should alternative methods of submission or accommodations be needed to audition, please contact Melynda Burdette Wintrol, Production & Audience Services Manager, at MWintrol@marylandensemble.org
Artists will be contacted directly to schedule in-person auditions at our downtown Frederick, MD location.
MET’s DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION PLEDGE: Maryland Ensemble Theatre is dedicated to creating anti-oppressive artistic spaces and producing work that is representative of and accessible to our entire community. It is imperative that we make our spaces open to and affirming of all people. We realize that our past actions did not consistently fuel the deeper work and progress needed to create a truly inclusive theatre, specifically of traditionally marginalized populations. We aspire to reflect the community around us by fostering and maintaining diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our efforts must be continuous, intentional and evolving.