SEEKING: Equity and Non-Equity Performers of all genders for 2023 Season (see breakdown below)

WHEN: Thursday April 6 and Friday April 7, 2023 | 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (lunch 1:00 – 2:00)
Call 508-349-9428 x113 or email to schedule an appointment

WHERE: Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater | 2357 State Highway Route 6, Wellfleet MA 02667
(Enter through main lobby and follow signs to Second Floor Studio)                   

PREPARATION: 2 brief contrasting contemporary monologues. Please bring headshot and resume.

CONTRACT: AEA NEAT Category 5 ($480/week minimum)

PERSONNEL: Christopher Ostrom – Producing Artistic Director, Nicholas Ward – Managing Director
See individual production directors below

Also accepting video submissions to  Please include headshot and resume along with link to two contrasting contemporary monologues. Please use “2023 Submission” as the email subject.  Deadline for submissions is April 10, 2023.

Also accepting resumes for stage management positions at
By Stephen Adly Guirgis

First Rehearsal: on or around May 8, 2023
First Public Performance: May 24, 2023
Press Opening: May 26, 2023
Closing Performance: June 17, 2023

ANGEL CRUZ: Latino, male presenting and identifying, 30. Rikers Island inmate, on trial for shooting the leader of a religious cult. Puerto Rican, raised in West Harlem. Stubborn, hot-headed, emotional, straining under the weight of responsibility.

VALDEZ: Latino, male presenting and identifying, 30s-40s. Rikers Island prison guard. Vicious wit, zero sympathy for the guilty. Also voices Inmate #2 in first scene of the play.

MARY JANE HANRAHAN: White, female presenting and identifying, 30s. Public defender assigned to Angel’s case. Half Irish, half Italian, grew up middle class in Queens. Smart, passionate, tough, but with a soft spot for the righteous.

LUCIUS JENKINS: African-American, male presenting and identifying, 40s. Rikers Island inmate, notorious for committing eight gruesome murders, facing possible extradition to Florida where he’d face the death penalty. Charismatic with a near-manic upbeat energy. Found God in prison and relentlessly speaks in the language of Christianity and positivity. Also voices Inmate #1 in first scene of the play.

CHARLIE D’AMICO: White, male presenting and identifying,, 30s. Rikers Island prison guard, Italian-American. Affable, good-hearted, has befriended Lucius. Also plays Guard and voices Inmate #3 in the first scene of the play.

By Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield
Directed by RJ Tolan

First Rehearsal: on or around June 12, 2023
First Public Performance: June 28, 2023
Press Opening: June 30, 2023
Closing Performance: July 29, 2023

PERFORMER 1 (“Daniel” Track)          

PERFORMER 2 (“Jess” Track)

PERFORMER 3 (“Adam” Track)

Seeking three performers of any age, race, ethnicity, or gender, with excellent comedic timing and ability to improvise.

By Kevin Rice
Directed by Daisy Walker

First Rehearsal: on or around July 17, 2023
First Public Performance: August 9, 2023
Press Opening: August 11, 2023
Closing Performance: September 9, 2023

FRED FALLON: 50s, male presenting and identifying, a young retiree

SUE FALLON: 50s, female presenting and identifying, singer-songwriter

K.A. (also known as KAY): 50s, female presenting and identifying, new neighbor, pickleball instructor and undercover FBI agent

SALLY PERKS: 30-40s, female presenting and identifying, woman of color, K.A.'s partner

A co-production with Harbor Stage Company
By Harold Pinter
Directed by Robert Kropf

First Rehearsal: on or around August 28, 2023
First Public Performance: September 20, 2023
Press Opening: September 22, 2023
Closing Performance: October 14, 2023

EMMA: [30s/40s] Understated, slightly distant, persuasive, at once dreamy & down to earth. 

ROBERT: [30s/40s] Reserved, endlessly patient, encyclopedic, harsh when pushed, wry.

JERRY: [30s/40s] Witty, in excellent humor, tireless, emphatic, wildly perceptive, fits of feeling.
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers
to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. 
As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers
with disabilities, to attend every audition.