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Currently casting

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

We place casting calls in Playbill, Backstage, Actors' Equity, Show Business Weekly, and Broadway World.

The Hours are Feminine 

INTAR Theatre (New York, NY)

NYC LOA (Reference Off Broadway Code)
$702.00/wk + health & pension



Director and Playwright: José Rivera
INTAR Artistic Director: Lou Moreno
INTAR Associate AD: Nidia Medina
Casting: Bass/Valle Casting
Casting Director: Gama Valle

Initials - 2/21/24
Callbacks - 2/22/24



First Rehearsal: April 8, 2024

Tech begins: May 6, 2024

Previews begin: May 11, 2024

Opening Night: May 20, 2024

Closing Night: June 9, 2024

Potential extension: June 16, 2024



Please complete the form in the link below by 02/20/24 for an opportunity to audition in person. The Bass/Valle Casting team will be reviewing all digital submissions.

Link to submission form:



Not accepted for the time being.


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



NOTE: Looking for NYC-based actors. At the moment, unfortunately, the company cannot offer housing and travel to out-of-town performers. 


NOTE: The play will be performed in English. However, actors must be comfortable saying a few words or short phrases in Spanish.

EVALISSE - Female-Identifying, mid 20s to late 30s, Latiné. Mother of 5-year old Jaivin, wife of Fernan, the poetic soul of our story. She was a healer in her native Puerto Rico but now finds herself transplanted to Long Island. She speaks no English, has no idea how American society works, and is afraid she’s lost the magic in her hands. Still, she’s brilliant, loving, sexy, courageous, and full of enough inner-strength to overcome these obstacles.

FERNÁN - Male-Identifying, mid 20s to late 40s, Latiné. Evalisse’s husband, Jaivin’s father, the sweet, solid patriarch of our story. Hard-working, resourceful, responsible, a strict but loving father, madly in love with his beautiful wife, a soulful man trying hard to crack the code of life in the states. Works 8 hours a day flinging hamburgers. Though more prosaic than his wife, (and a bit profane), he is a deeply sensitive and romantic man, full of optimism, who would make any sacrifice for his family. NOTE: The actor playing Fernán may need to smoke on stage.


-Parrots At The Pagoda (PRTT/Pregones)

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