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Brévo Theatre is seeking professional male, female, and non-binary actors, of all ethnicities, for “Tales In Living Color” (non-equity) directed by Lowell Williams. The performance will be March 27, 2024. This production is a part of our “Freshly Rooted” series and consists of various monologues and scenes. We are auditioning actors for all roles. Performances will take place in Wilton Manors, FL. Paid Opportunity. 1. Can We Talk– 2 black
Roles: Black Male, Black Female, Black Female Transgender, White Female, White Male, Hispanic Female, Mixed Race Transgender Female
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Auditions will be held virtually on February 14. Rehearsals will take place in the evenings starting February 26.
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Can We Talk
Two men, Shannon and Mark, partners for ten years, struggle with Shannon wanting to be “out” with their relationship. He shuns holding hands or hugging in public. Mark is not out to his mother about their relationship. The play highlights the issue of being out and showing affection to each other and acceptance of each other as partners in life.
Florida Don’t Say Gay
Javion a 3rd grader of color confronts his white teacher who is in a lesbian relationship about the new “Don’t Say Gay Law” in Florida. The play is a discussion within the class about the law and how it affects what they can talk about. The play ends with Megan tearfully asking, does the law mean she can’t talk about her two fathers in class anymore. Black & LGBT Dave and David are in a relationship. There is a pizza party planned at Dave’s job and he is not “out” at work. What is most surprising is his co-workers don’t know he’s Black because he wears a uniform that completely covers his body including a helmet with a face protector and gloves. He also reveals to David that he doesn’t work for who David thinks he works.
Mental Emotional Wellness
This is a story told mainly through the actions of the actor. There are few words in this piece. He is dealing with the mental told of being gay and his dealing with the idea of suicide as a
cure for the emotional pain of his existence, a problem with which many gay men struggle.
This Shit Ain’t Funny, It’s Real Life.
This piece is set in the 80s in the world of e-up comedy. Tizzy a Black effeminate comedian whose sexuality is in question, shares the comedy world with Raul, a comedian who has come out as gay, Colette, a white free-spirited comedian who is focused on the marginalization of women as opposed to race and sexual identity. She sexually teases, and in the process confronts both Tizzy and Raul.
A therapist, Dr. H, with his patient, Derek
Latinx & BIPOC
An employer interviewing a candidate brings up is ethnic identity and sexual identity during a job interview. The issue of racial identity is explored as they each reveal lineage and race within the Latinx community.
This is a call to all visual artists to showcase your artwork in our exhibit entitled “From Us With Love”. This exhibit will highlight the lost art form of letter writing where the artist will create a visual art piece centered around an inspiration’s story/background. We are accepting all mediums of visual art except for digital. This visual art piece will be displayed throughout the month of May.
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Our goal is to provide a comprehensive list of resources for artists around the nation, broadening their knowledge on educational, financial, and professional opportunities in the industry.
Obtaining an Actor’s Equity card – Getting an Equity Card (liveabout.com)
Coconut Grove Arts Festival – Application Info
Joan Mitchell Foundation – Artist Programs
Broward Cultural Division – Grant Programs and Funding
Miami Dade Arts – Grant Programs
Cultural Council for Palm Beach County – Grants for Artists
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