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Syracuse Stage (Syracuse, NY)


LORT D ($925w)


Artistic Director/Director: Rober M. Hupp

Playwright: Jonathan Spector

Casting: Bass/Valle Casting

Casting Directors: Harriet Bass & Gama Valle


Auditions: Self-Tape

CB: In-person 8/26/2021

Production dates:

First Rehearsal: 9/21/21 

Opening: 10/15/21 

Closing: 10/31/21 


Bass/Valle Casting



Not accepted for the time being.



Bass/Valle Casting encourages people of all races, ages, ethnicities, abilities and gender identities to apply.


Syracuse Stage is in residence on the campus of Syracuse University. University policy requires on site employees to be vaccinated. All actors and staff members accepting work from Syracuse Stage must be fully vaccinated or provide written medical or religious exemption documentation prior to arrival in Syracuse.



With a mumps outbreak, a private school in Berkeley, California called Eureka Day, becomes a microcosm of our larger society as Jonathan Spector’s comedy plunges headlong into the knotty issues of vaccines and how we measure private preference against public health and how we decide who gets to decide. Though written pre-Covid, Eureka Day could hardly be more timely or more needed as Spector mines laughter from our foibles while eliciting empathy for our sometimes valiant and sometimes valiantly misguided efforts.




SUZANNE: female identifying, 40’s-early 50’s, white. A parent. She is very invested in the school and has the easy assurance of privilege. Liberal and vocal. Strong willed and thinks she’s always in the right. From the midwest. Has a home worth three million dollars (though she’ll tell you it was much much much cheaper when they bought) but thinks of herself as “comfortable” rather than “wealthy”.


CARINA: female identifying, early 40’s, Black or biracial Black/white. A parent. Unassuming but very smart. Strong and determined. She starts as an outsider and takes over the program by the end of the play. She’s skilled at landing in a new environment and figuring out the rules. She’s a joiner. 


MEIKO: female identifying, late 30’s, biracial Asian/white. A parent. She knits. On the quiet side; keeps her stress inside. A landscape architect, which she’s good at but a little bored by. Would sort of like to have another child but feels like she’s too old to think about doing it alone, again. 

ELI: male identifying, late 30’s, white. Jewish or half-Jewish. A parent. A very successful tech millionaire. Confident and used to getting his way. A big puppy dog. An expert pickler, competitive rock climber, manager of family wealth.




Denver for the Performing Arts 21/22 Season: (Subject to change.)

-Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? by Edward Albee

-In the Upper Room by Beaufield Barry

-Choir Boy by Tarell Alvin McCraney

-Quixote Nuevo by Luis Alfaro

Repertory Theatre of St. Louis:

-A Chritmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson

Syracuse Stage 21/22 Season: 

-Matilda The Musical 

Book by Dennis Kelly

Music and Lyrics by Tim Minchin

Based on the book Matilda by Roald Dahl

-Yoga Play by Dipika Guha

-Somewhere Over the Border (new musical) by Brian Quijada

-The Play That Goes Wrong by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields

-salt/city/blues (world premiere) by Kyle Bass