The MAC offers a variety of plays with an array of challenging roles suitable for a wide demographic.
All casting is done through open auditions supervised by the play’s director. Audition times and dates are posted in advance on the website as well as on other area theater call boards and forums.
Rehearsals usually run two to three hours, three days a week during non-business hours for six or seven weeks, depending on the coordination between the director and the cast. Participation in set and prop construction is encouraged but subject to an individual’s schedule and abilities. Performers are unpaid and all roles are non-Equity.
The MAC Theater celebrates diversity and seeks people of all backgrounds regardless of age, race, creed, or national origin. All are welcome!
Please email [email protected] to receive email announcements whenever auditions are scheduled. The MAC Theater does not sell or provide email lists to any third parties.
Good People | Sunday, June 14, 9:00am to 6:00pm by appointment
Written by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by Jacob Sherburne
Sunday, June 14 between 9:00am-6:00pm by scheduled appointment at the Marion Art Center at 80 Pleasant Street in Marion, MA OR by Zoom audition. IF AUDITIONING IN PERSON, SOCIAL DISTANCING WILL BE OBSERVED. PLEASE WEAR A MASK. Email [email protected] to schedule an audition appointment.
Material: Please bring any monologue or scene, or ask for the sides when you send your email request. A reader will be provided on audition day. Performances are currently scheduled for August 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23. All Thurs, Fri, Sat performances will begin at 7:30pm, and Sunday matinees will begin at 2:00pm.
Synopsis: In South Boston, this month’s paycheck covers last month’s rent, and tough-scrabble single-mom Margie just got fired from another job. Encouraged by her merciless bingo sisters, she looks up her highschool sweetheart to see if the dust has cleared, and she can make her escape. A hilarious Boston drama about the intersection of class, gender, and race in Southie and Chestnut Hill, by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire.
Director Jacob Sherburne will be casting 4 females and 2 males (Some roles may be cast in drag):
Margie - White, Portuguese or Latinx, female-identifying. Young mother who has gotten old quick. Angry, loving, tired, excitable. Boston/New Beige accent. Big plus if you are good at Bingo
Jean - White, Portuguese or Latinx, female-identifying. Margie’s forever friend. Boston/New Beige accent. Cruel and loyal. Big plus if you are good at Bingo
Dottie - White, Portuguese or Latinx, female-identifying. Margie’s fair-weather friend. Must play 60+ years old. Boston/New Beige accent. Good at Bingo
Mike - White, Portuguese or Latinx, male-identifying. Local man-boy who made it good. New money. Chip on his shoulder, married-ish. Father. Boston/New Bedford accent
Kate - Black or Latinx, female-identifying. She has Michelle Obama’s book and listens to T Swift and Bach. Married to Mike. Mother
Stevie - Any race, male-identifying. Boyish, Boston/New Beige accent. Not super pleased to be in charge. Good at Bingo.
Callbacks TBD. Rehearsal schedule to be determined once the show is cast. For more information, please contact the director or Marion Art Center at [email protected]
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