CASTING CALL FOR
The Brothers Paranormal by Prince Gomolvilas
Perseverance Theatre is officially accepting auditions for an upcoming production of The Brothers Paranormal by Prince Gomolvilas. Those auditioning will receive sides from the show and will be asked to submit a self-taped video for consideration.
The deadline for submissions is October 3. Only non-union contracts are available.
This show will be produced and performed in Juneau and then transfer to Anchorage.
Juneau Rehearsals: Jan. 11 – Feb. 17
Juneau Performances: Feb. 18 – Mar. 6
Anchorage Rehearsals/Performances: Mar. 22 – Apr. 3
To request audition sides or to ask questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In response to a nationwide increase in sightings of “Asian-looking ghosts,” two entrepreneurial Thai-American brothers launch a ghost-hunting business. When the siblings investigate the home of an African-American couple displaced by Hurricane Katrina, what’s real and what’s fantasy clash against a shocking truth.
Looking for non-union actors to play the roles of AAPI and African-American/ Black characters. You
do NOT need to do an accent for the auditions.
MAX: 25; Thai-American; born in the U.S.; ambitious and passionate
VISARUT: 39; Thai-American; born in Thailand; immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 13; speaks with a Thai accent; Max’s brother; his name is pronounced “VIS-UH-ROODT”
TASANEE: 60; Thai-American; born in Thailand; immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 33; speaks with a Thai accent; Max and Visarut’s mother; her name is pronounced “DTAH-SAH-NEE
DELIA: 50s; African-American; born in the U.S.; her name is pronounced “DEE-LEE-UH”; a survivor, must be able to scream safely
FELIX: 50s; African-American; born in the U.S.; Delia’s husband
JAI: 20s; a Thai woman, a ‘ghost’, athletic, must be able to move well and scream safely