Auditions For Hotter Than Egypt

Hotter Than Egypt - Headshot/resume Submissions

Denver Center For The Performing Arts


Contract

LORT Non-Rep

$1050 Weekly Minimum (LORT D)


Seeking

Equity Actors For Roles In Hotter Than Egypt (See Breakdown).

Bass/valle Casting Encourages People Of All Races, Ages, Ethnicities, Abilities And Gender Identities To Apply.

The Denver Center Intends To Lead All Decisions From Selecting Each Play To The Final Bow, With Empathy And Respect. They Acknowledge That Race, Gender, Ethnicity And Physical Abilities Of The Actors On Stage Have Meaning And They Want To Be Mindful Of That Throughout Their Practices. Their Casting Process Will Be Led With Thoughtfulness And Appreciation Of The Artists They Encounter And Any Level Of Discrimination Will Not Be Tolerated. They Do Not Want To Assume That The Space You Are Entering Or Have Entered Is Fully Inclusive Of Your Needs, But Instead Want To Create An Environment And Expand Their Conditions That Allows For Your Multi-faceted Personhood To Thrive And Feel Welcome.


Instructions

Please, Submit An Electronic Photo/resume For The Opportunity To Be Invited To Audition In Person. The Bass/valle Casting Team Will Review All Self-submissions.

Deadline: Fri, Sep 23, 2022


Submit To

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Personnel

Playwright: Yussef El Guindi

Director: Chris Coleman, Dcpa Artistic Director

Dramaturg: Nakissa Etemad

DCPA Casting: & Grady Soapes, CSA - DCPA Director Of Casting

Nyc Casting: Bass/valle Casting

Casting Directors: Harriet Bass & Gama Valle

Casting Assistant: Dena Igusti


Other Dates

Auditions: 10/11/22 - 10/13/22 (In-person)

Callbacks: 10/13/22 (In-person)

First Rehearsal: 01/10/23

First Preview: 02/10/23

Opening: 02/17/23

Closing: 03/12/23


Synopsis

Hailed As An Audience Favorite At The 2020 Colorado New Play Summit, Hotter Than Egypt Is The Captivating Tale Of An American Couple’s Own Personal Revolutions.

No Matter Where You Live, The Ups And Downs Of Married Life Are Universal. For A Middle-aged American Couple Traveling To Egypt On A Business Trip-slash-vacation, Their Relationship Is Put To The Test When An Old Connection Leads To New Temptation. As The Eager Tourists Strive To Connect With Egyptian Culture In An Authentic Way, They End Up Getting More Than They Bargained For As Long-dormant Marital Issues Begin To Percolate.

Drawing From The Political, Cultural, And Religious Realities Of Living In The Region, This Quick-witted Dramedy Set In Cairo Pits Loyalty Against Attraction As Its Characters Grapple With The Ever-changing Struggle Of Staying Committed To Their Partners.

Middle East American Distinguished Playwright Award Winner Yussef El Guindi Specializes “In Cultural And Geographical Displacement, From Alienated Couples To The Promises And Frustrations Of Immigration, And The Ways People Maneuver Through Foreignness And Belonging” (Seattle Times).