A workshop production, performances April 20 – May 5, 2018
by Caridad Svitch
directed by Fran Pruyn
“So, it’s like this: you’re eleven years old, you live in a small town and the times are dark, as they say. But you have a bike, a bike you love, a bike that makes you dream about a world bigger than the one you live in. One day, you take a ride through the outer edges of your town and something goes awry. Let’s call it an accident. Let’s say it causes you to see the world anew. Or maybe, it just causes you to see the world for what it truly is.” – Caridad Svich
August 12, 2017
3:00 – 8:00 p.m.
West Studio, Rose Wagner Center for the Performing Arts
For scripts and audition slots please contact email@example.com.
Alternative slots may be available for actors unable to make this call, however these times are preferred. Please bring a resume and headshot to auditions.
RED BIKE Cast: A play for one performer. But may also be staged with three. The performer(s) may be any gender and age (from late teens and above). Casting, however, must be inclusive and reflective of the world. If the play is cast with three performers, then they may alternate stanzas, and speak at times in unison. An intergenerational cast is preferred. But actors need not be all of the same gender, ethnic or racial identity. The speaker in the text is a child of eleven years of age. But the performer(s) should not be eleven.