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Current Casting Opportunities:


"Rachel & Ruthie"

by Karen Sokolof Javitch

Casting "Rachel & Ruthie", a live stage production ,and short film, based on the play of the same title.  The play will be performed live on stage for a minimum of 6 weeks at the

Hang On to the Dream Theatre in Hollywood, CA.  This production may also be filmed to air on network TV affiliates across the country, as well as on Independent Movie Channel

on Roku and Amazon Fire TV.  Non-union.  Stage production begins July 2023. 

Only submit for these roles if you are local to Los Angeles.

SYNOPSIS:  When Ruthie wanders into Rachel’s room at her sorority house, it seems to be a random encounter.  Soon, however, it becomes apparent that Ruthie may have wandered farther than she originally thought.  "Rachel and Ruthie" is the poignant story of two 21 year-olds in their last year of college who discover they have much more in common than they originally thought.  Each girl has something to gain from their encounter, and the experience will prove incredibly rewarding for both.  This riveting play will bring tears to your eyes and inspire you to reach out to your loved ones.

Major roles:

RACHEL, 21 year-old college senior.  Wearing jeans with holes in them and a University of Wisconsin sweatshirt.

RUTHIE, 21 year-old college senior.  Wearing clothes from 1947.  Ages at the end of the show to be a youthful 81 year-old.

NOTE: Send in a self-tape.  No need to memorize the script, feel free to read directly from the sides.  Also, there is a scene in the play that includes a brief song between the main characters, so having singing ability is a plus.

Sides are attached to this casting listing.  Again, it's not necessary to memorize this script when making your self tape. The audition script is a bit long because of the story twist that occurs, so we really just want to see how you handle the twist.

After you record your self-tape, upload it to You Tube marked as "Unlisted", and then email us the link so that the team can review it.  Email your self-tape link to:

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