by Brian Nelson
Directed by Marya Mazor
When: August 8 and 9, 2012 Callbacks: August 9
LOCATION: Chance Rehearsal Space – 883 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, 92805
PREPARE: 1-2 minute contemporary dramatic monologue
BRING: Headshot and resume
REHEARSALS: Begin August 13. Weekday evenings and weekends.
PAY RATE: There is some pay. Gas stipends are also available.
PERFORMANCES: September 21 – October 21, 2012
Thu, Fri 8pm; Sat 3pm & 8pm; Sun 2pm
WHAT HAPPENS TO A MAN WHEN HE BECOMES A WORK OF ART?
Don’t miss this world premiere from the writer of the acclaimed film “Hard Candy”! When an artist attempts to grab some media attention by employing a homeless man to be his newest art installation in a museum, the public is intrigued. Behind the scenes, a series of events revolving around this new sensation in the art world take us down unpredictable avenues and leads us to question the line between right and wrong, a job and enslavement, and art and reality.
Rail : male 40 to 70; homeless man with a quiet humor and strength, intelligent
Farrell : male 30s to 50s, a chip on his shoulder, also homeless
Cooper K : male 30s, artist — an overcaffeinated, engaging showman
Elise : female, 40s to 60s, upper class, a survivor, sensual
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