Auditions, Auditions! Men this time.

BAT is looking for five male actors. Four for The Law of  the Sea, and one male actor for Winter People.

BAT is seeking male actors age 24-50s for the award-winning drama The Law of the Sea, written by D. Richard Tucker, to be performed from April 28 through May 7, 2017. Actors of all races and ethnicities sought for the roles.

Fergus Hays is age 32, and has to cope with surviving a shipwreck when his good friend Andrew did not.

Bertram Latimer is age 30, a shipmate of Fergus and Andrew, and also survived the shipwreck.

Darby Kilpatrick is age 24, a shipmate of Fergus and Andrew, and also survived the shipwreck.

George Jenkins is age 40s to 50s, a barkeeper. Also plays Reverend Cole, who is age 40s to 50s.

Actors do not have to be the ages indicated, but must be able to convincingly portray them.

SYNOPSIS: Fergus is back home in New York in 1855 after surviving a shipwreck that took the life of his good friend Andrew. Now Andrew’s wife has arrived, seeking the truth about her husband’s death, but Fergus is reluctant to share the facts. She learns about the informal law in which if a group of seamen are stranded together, an option for survival inconceivable in the “civilized” world may be considered.

The Law of the Sea is one of the award-winning plays in the 2017 Bill & Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival at Burien Actors Theatre. The festival features four brand-new plays by Washington State playwrights.

The Law of the Sea will have six performances from April 28 through May 7 in a double bill with Winter People. Performances are at Burien Actors Theatre in Burien on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Rehearsals begin in March in Burien.
Free on-site parking for rehearsals and performances.
Stage director is Rochelle Flynn.

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BAT is also seeking a male actor to play Will in two-person drama Winter People.

BAT is seeking a male actor to play the character of Will in the award-winning two-person drama Winter People, written by Devin Rodger, to be performed from April 28 through May 7, 2017. Actors of all races and ethnicities are sought for the role.

Will is age 38, an artist and former addict with mild brain damage. Actor does not have to be 38, but must be able to convincingly play that age.

SYNOPSIS: Two recovering addicts in Long Island, New York try to find and understand who they were. If they can find the truth in the connection they once shared, even amongst all the wreckage, it just might heal them.

Winter People is one of the award-winning plays in the 2017 Bill & Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival at Burien Actors Theatre. The festival features four brand-new plays by Washington State playwrights.

Winter People will have six performances from April 28 through May 7 in a double bill with The Law of the Sea. Performances are at Burien Actors Theatre in Burien on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Rehearsals begin in March in Burien.
Free on-site parking for rehearsals and performances.
Stage director is Tabitha Angier.
$100 stipend provided.

For audition appointment: [email protected], 206-242-5180.

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