Zee Zee Theatre is inviting submissions for our upcoming production of
Men Express Their Feelings
By Sunny Drake
Director: Cameron Mackenzie
Stage Manager: Jenny Kim
Creative Consultant: Paneet Singh
Intimacy Coach / Choreographer: Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg
Design Team: Kimira Reddy, Donnie Tejani, Sara Vickruck, Carol Macdonald
Technical Director: Ash Shotton
Other Cast Members: Munish Sharma, Jeff Gladstone
AUDITION DATES & LOCATION:
November 24, 11-3pm, location TBC
Preliminary Cast Reading: December 9, 2021
Rehearsals begin: February 22, 2022 at The Greenhouse Rehearsal Hall (1885 Venables St, beside The Cultch)
Performances : March 17-April 3, 2022 at Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova Street)
Artists will be engaged under the Equity DOT Contract
RAJ SHARMA, 17, male, hockey player and star goalie, first generation Indo-Canadian, beginning to explore his pansexuality.
Zee Zee is committed to equity, diversity, and representation. With regard to cultural specificity, for this role we will only be seeing male identified actors of South Asian descent.
The show deals with race-based bullying and implied sexual activity. The role will require kissing another male actor four times. Intimacy coach will be provided.
Please send headshot and resume and any questions to Associate Artistic Director Dave Deveau at firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to better serve our local community we will only be seeing actors based in the Lower Mainland.
In accordance with our COVID-19 Safety Plan all artists, staff and contractors must be double vaccinated except for those who have a verifiable medication condition or religious exemption based on a prohibited ground in human rights legislation. Artists will be required to provide proof of vaccination to Zee Zee prior to commencing work. Other COVID-19 protocols, such as masking, are also in place and evolve to reflect best recommended practices at the time of production. These protocols will be communicated clearly to artists at the time of offer, and be included in the rider to their contract.
A comedy about culture, hockey, relationships and sex. Two dads and their sons are sentenced to stay in the hockey locker room until they’ve talked through their feelings about a violent incident. In 90 hilarious minutes, these guys get to know each other and themselves a whole lot better, while redefining what it means to WIN. Men Express Their Feelings enriches, instigates, and empowers questions of gender, sexuality, identity and the cultural impact on all of these.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT:
November 22, 5 pm
For questions or accommodation requests related to the submission process, please email Associate Artistic Director Dave Deveau email@example.com