“FEED THE COMMUNITY”

GATEWAY CHURCH

“MEALS FOR MONOLOGUES”

With the holiday season upon us, we are thrilled to be hosting our Third Annual “Meals For Monologues”. This is such a wonderful way for all of us to give back to our community plus see Austin-area actors (ages 12 and over) at the same time. We are particularly excited because this is the third year this will be a nation-wide Casting Society of America event, with casting offices throughout the country participating!

We will devote a full day of seeing actors (ages 12 and over, please) who wish to participate. Our Open Call is being held on Wednesday, November 19th from 10AM – 1PM and from 2PM – 5PM. (Doors will be closed at 4PM in order for us to assure talent they will be seen. If you arrive after that time, we cannot guarantee an opportunity to perform for us. This is not an offer for employment, just a way for us to meet and greet actors!)

We are asking that you bring 2 (or more!) non-perishable items which are being donated to FEED THE COMMUNITY at GATEWAY COMMUNITY CHURCH.

Location: State Theatre
719 Congress (Congress and 8th, next to the Paramount Theatre)
Austin, TX
. Please prepare a 1.5 – 2 minute contemporary monologue and bring four (4) headshots/resumes.
. Come with your holiday spirit! It’s an Open Call so there may be a wait, but we promise to see as many of you as we can in a timely fashion.
. Suggestions for items to bring: Healthy, non-perishable food items which are intact and unopened; items with non-breakable packaging (NO glass please); food within the expiration date on the packaging; canned meats like tuna, stew and chili (pop-tops preferred); canned vegetables; pasta and sauce; and beans.
. Additional suggestions: diapers, toilet paper, tooth paste and brushes, shampoo, powdered laundry detergent, etc.

Thank you for coming out and helping contribute to a very worthy cause!

A very special thank you to State Theatre for donating the space to us!

BRAD BURTON, CSA, KIM WILLIAMS-BURTON, CSA, DIANA GUTHRIE, CSA, DONISE HARDY, CSA, BETH SEPKO, CSA