The City Theatre Company
The City Theatre is the city's theater, a world class performing arts venue established for Austin directors, designers
and performers who have one goal: the continued excellence in stage performances and the desire to bring that quality,
committment, and service to the central Texas theatrical community.
3823 Airport Blvd. Suite D, 78722     512-524-2870
Auditions coming up!
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Break a leg!
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The Grapes of Wrath
by Frank Galati
Based on the novel
by John Steinbeck

When: May 21 and 22, 2018

Where: The City Theatre 3823
Airport Blvd. Austin, Texas 78722

Time: Monday and Tuesday, May 21 and 22.
6:00 - 9:30 pm. Ten-minute slots by appointment. Callbacks if needed. Show
dates August 10 - September 2nd, with rehearsals beginning the first of June.
Rehearsals are Monday – Wednesday evenings, and some Saturdays.

Needed:  No prepared monologue is needed. Readings from the play will be
performed, so be familiar with the show. Sides will be available on the website a
few days before auditions. You may be asked to stay beyond the ten-minute appt.
time. Please bring headshot and resume.

Casting all roles, with some possible doubling.
Directed by Artistic Director Andy Berkovsky.

THE GRAPES OF WRATH. A masterpiece of American literature, Frank Galati’s
groundbreaking adaptation is the powerful story of the Joad family and their flight
from the dust bowl of Oklahoma. Desperately proud but reduced to poverty by the
loss of their farm, the Joads pile their few possessions on a battered old truck
and head west for California, hoping to find a better life. Led by the indomitable
Ma Joad, who is determined to keep the family together at any cost, and by the
volatile young Tom Joad, an ex-convict who grows increasingly impatient with the
intolerance and exploitation that they encounter, the Joads must deal with terrible
deprivation before reaching their destination—where their waning hopes are
dealt a final blow by the stark realities of the Great Depression. And yet, despite
the anguish and suffering that it depicts, the play becomes in the final essence a
soaring and deeply moving affirmation of the indomitability of the human spirit, of
family, community, endurance, sacrifice, and of the essential goodness and
strength that—then as now—reside in the hearts and minds of men and women.
Winner of the Tony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Play.

512-524-2870 or to set up an appt.  
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