Actor to perform "Stéphan" in a theatre play (Edinburgh)
Dear Inter-Nations community,
If you or someone you know are interested in acting in a paid role in "purple", a play to be premiered this October, please get in touch. This is an opportunity to get to know a group of people from different backgrounds and a chance to widen your net in Edinburgh.
“Purple” is a tragic-magic-romantic play of a gay couple. A young girl fell in love with Stéphan when he was finishing college back in the 70’s. A revenge for a cruel rejection takes place after the girl travels decades on time and transforms into Julian to conquer Stéphan’s heart.
An actor for a theatre of debate to be staged on 20th October Protected content Edinburgh during the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival. The concept of theatre of debate means that right after the show the actors will join a discussion panel to address (from their experience as the actors playing the characters) the psychological, social, and political issues about age, sexuality, gender, values, and family relationships which were approached through the play.
£112 to be paid on completion of project Protected content - 7£/hour).
Auditions will be held from the date of publication of this casting until early September. The date for the audition and rehearsals will be convened via email.
A man in his 40’s. His behaviour and image must reflect a conventional style, guided by traditions and a cost-benefit way of thinking which always prevents him of risks (as a consequence of his successful career in the finance sector). Stéphan is a silent man who prefers listening to people rather than talking to them.
Although he is gay, he is still in the closet; his relationship with Julian has changed important parts of him such as travelling unexpectedly and purchasing expensive articles, including a Ferrari, things that he wouldn’t do if Julian was not in his life. Although he is a wealthy man his values make him live in a low-key way. This character is preferred to be white, handsome, elegant, and he is expected to behave masculine in a traditional way.
Thank you for your attention, Edgar.