CASTING CALL for Stage Production "Breakfast at Joe's"
Breakfast at Joe’s is an upcoming production that will go onstage at Ground Floor Theatre in January, and is the recipient of grants from both The Creative Fund and the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division (fiscally sponsored by Motion Media Arts Center.) Directed by Kelsey Altom Kling. Produced by Valerie Ward.
Supporting, any gender, 50s-60s, any ethnicity
A gay/gay-friendly bar owner/barkeep. Rough around the edges. Keeps his/her personal life personal. Tries to be stoic, but easily excitable.
Lead Male, mid to late 20s, Latino
Young professional who wants to be a published poet or novelist. Instead, he is a journalist for the daily news. Has led a largely uneventful life but considers himself a tortured soul.
Lead Female, 30s, any ethnicity
Hyper, loud, always slightly inebriated woman whose playful demeanor betrays deep trauma and lifelong struggle. Felipe’s neighbor.
Supporting, any gender, early 20s, Asian
Reluctant landlord to Felipe and Tiffany, elegant, straightforward, businesslike, with a Joan Crawford streak.
Supporting male, 60s-70s, any ethnicity
A true tastemaker, a dapper gay fellow who is polite but deeply judgmental and is extraordinarily well-networked.
Supporting male, late 30s, any ethnicity
Semi-famous rock star, finally about to make it big and attracting a lot of attention. Singer/frontman in his band “Boss Nova.” Doesn’t say much.
Supporting female, 30s, any ethnicity
Sad and alluring, she dresses provocatively but moves slowly and carries a lot of personal weight in her posture. Tiffany’s old friend.
Supporting male, 40ish, any ethnicity
Preppie guy who gets away with wearing dress shorts with loafers and seemingly never works but always has money and looks relaxed.
Supporting male, 30s, any ethnicity
A tattooed cowpoke. Sweet, but quick-tempered.
Send a letter of interest along with your headshot to “email@example.com" and a member of our crew will contact you to secure an audition time and provide further instructions.