BAFTA and Oscar-nominated writer/director Martin McDonagh starts WORLDWIDE OPEN casting for new play
BAFTA and Oscar-nominated writer/director Martin McDonagh is debuting new play A Very Very Very Dark Matter this Autumn in London, UK – and the casting directors have opened up the opportunity to perform in the show to YOU!
Oscar-winning actor Jim Broadbent has already bagged a part in the play, which will open at London's Bridge Theatre and is directed by Matthew Dunster (The Seagull, Love Sacrifice).
Producers are looking for the following character types:
– Female, 20s to 40s, black, no taller than 4ft 8in. A brilliant and witty Black woman from the 19th Century Congolese Pygmy tribe. Leading Role.
– No experience necessary.
–Worldwide submissions accepted.
Applicants must send their name, height, current location, picture and contact information (phone and email) to: [email protected]
A Very Very Very Dark Matter follows The Little Mermaid author Hans Christian Andersen although plot details are being kept under wraps.
Rehearsals are set to take place in August.
This isn't the first open casting to take place this year.
Just last week, Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg put out an open casting for his re-boot of musical classic West Side Story.
Last year, DC announced a casting call for the lead in Nightwing, with director Chris McKay (The Lego Batman Movie) writing: "Don't leave your career up to chance. Believe in yourself.
"Be on yourself. Get an agent or a manager."