Auditions for the premiere production of DIEGO & DREW SAY I DO, directed by John Manzelli, at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts – March 31 through April 11, 2016, will be held Monday, August 24, 2015 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Appointments will begin at 6pm. To schedule an appointment, please email your headshot and resume to Casting@DiegoAndDrewSayIDo.com.
At your audition, you will be asked to perform a one-minute comedic monologue, if you have one. It not, we’d still like to see you anyway! We are specifically looking for those with improvisation and/or comedic experience.
Performance Schedule: March 31 – April 10, 2016
– Thursdays & Fridays at 8pm
– Saturdays at 4pm & 8pm
– Sundays at 1pm & 6pm
Rehearsal schedule is TBD, but will contain evening and weekend rehearsals. All roles are paid.
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
*more detailed character descriptions available at www.DiegoAndDrewSayIDo/auditions
Torres Family (Puerto Rican)
Diego Torres: early 30s, a groom
Lourdes Maria Guadalupe Escobar de la Cruz Torres: 55-65 years old, Diego’s mother
Santiago Torres: 55-65 years old, Diego’s father
“Max” Maximiliano de la Cruz Torres: 23 years old, Diego’s brother
Tia Maria: in her 30s, Diego’s aunt
Boudreaux (Southern Gentile Family from Charleston, SC)
“Drew” Andrew Jackson Boudreaux III: early 30s, a groom
Virginia Magnolia Hollingsworth (formerly Boudreaux): 55 years old, Drew’s mother
Andrew Jackson Boudreaux II: 55 years old, Drew’s father
“Big Daddy” (Andrew Jackson Boudreaux I): In his 70s, Drew’s grandfather
Bo: 31 years old, Virgnia’s hunky lover
Shelby Roberts; early 30s, Drew’s high school girlfriend before he was gay – now best friend
Raven Evermore: African American drag queen, She’s FABULOUS!
Vance Treble: 35 – 40 years old, former boy band member
Stacy Nicole Masters: late 20s – early 30s, stereotypical upbeat “cheerleader” type
Chauncy Davenport: 20s -50s, stereotypical uptight, gay wedding planner