General Audition Information
Auditions: April 16th & 17th, by appointment only (slots at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm). Callbacks, if necessary, will be on Thursday, April 18th, from 7p - 10p.
Auditions are by appointment only. Please fill in the webform at the bottom of this page to make an appointment. You will receive a confirmation email shortly. If you have additional questions, need to cancel your appointment, or the webform doesn't work for you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Audition Location: Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville.
Please note that parking is by permit only on William St. General parking is available on College Ave. Please read signs carefully to avoid ticketing.
- Audition Preparation: Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. You are not required to prepare a monologue. Familiarity with the play is strongly encouraged. Your headshot and resume are welcome, but not required.
- Audition Information: For complete audition information, including full character descriptions and show requirements, please read through the audition information sheet. Please take the time to read it thoroughly.
- Audition Form: Please fill out the audition form and bring it with you to your audition appointment. Additional copies of the audition form will be available at auditions.
- Audition Sides: Preview the audition sides for The Baltimore Waltz
- Carl & Anna
- Carl, Anna & The Third Man
- Carl, Anna & The Third Man - Physical
- Garcon, Anna & Carl
- Munich Virgin & Anna
- Todesrocheln & Anna
- Anna & The Doctor
- Harry Lime & Carl
- Radical Student Activist & Anna
- Garcon, Anna & Carl - Sex
- Calendar: Please bring your calendar to auditions (or fill out the audition form calendar section in advance) so you can list all potential conflicts with rehearsal dates.
About the Show
Performance Info: Performances will take place at Unity Somerville in Davis Square from June 20 - 28 at 8pm, with a matinee on June 29th at 3pm.
About the Play: The Baltimore Waltz is Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel's tragical-farcical love letter to her brother, Carl, who died of AIDS in 1988. It is a breathless, bawdy, and dreamlike tour through a Europe that she and her brother never got to visit.
Anna has contracted a dread illness - Acquired Toilet Disease, or ATD - and her brother Carl whisks her through Europe to find an experimental cure. Only after countless sexual adventures and film-noir-style intrigue with the mysterious Third Man do we discover the truth about whose life is hanging in the balance.
About the Director: Kamela Dolinova has previously directed In The Jar, The Winter's Tale, and As You Like It for Theatre@First. She trained in theatre at Drew University and has worked with New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, The Bickford Theatre, Two River Theatre Company, Unreliable Narrator, and others. She treasures working with actors to bring out their best performances, and is increasingly interested in movement-based theatre. She doesn't bite unless you ask really nicely.