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Tina D'Elia

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Casting Call for Non-Union Audio Drama, 1-Act
SONRISA DEL COYOTE by David Alonso Rodríguez
Produced by Sandcastle Theater Company
SYNOPSIS: SONRISA DEL COYOTE follows siblings Danny and Lupa, as they are forced to leave their home in Mexico and travel across the border to Los Angeles. The play explores themes of identity, magic, and the importance of chosen family.
All characters are of Mexican descent.
ROLE: DANNY, Sofía’s youngest son, believes in magic, ages 10, 16, 20.
Seeking Male or Non-binary Talent: age range 18-30’s /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
ROLE: LUPA, Sofía’s Eldest daughter, a realist, ages 15, 21. Also plays EREMITA: Traveling hermit, age unknown
Seeking Female or Non-binary Talent: age range 18-30’s /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
ROLE: SOFÍA, Soulful, hopeful, single mother who wants the best for her children. Also plays YOTO: Trickster coyote of legend, age unknown
Seeking Female or Non-binary Talent: age range 30-50’s /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
ROLE: NARRATOR, reads stage directions, guides the audience through the story. Also plays LA FAMILIA, member of YOTO’s family (group lines only)
Seeking Talent (any gender, any age) /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
ROLE: TÍO, Older brother of Sofía, lives in the U.S. Also plays FAMILIA #1: member of YOTO’s family (minor comedic role).
Seeking Male or Non-binary Talent: age range 30-60’s /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
ROLE: FAMILIA #2: member of YOTO’s family (minor comedic role)
Seeking Talent (any gender, any age) /Latinx, Bilingual (Spanish/English)
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REHEARSALS/RECORDING: Dates and times to be scheduled February 2 – 15, 2021 (1-2 rehearsals, 1 recording)
COMPENSATION: Volunteer/unpaid
REQUIRED: Strong internet connection; Access to Zoom; Headphones with microphone (i.e. apple headphones with built-in mic)
ABOUT THE PROJECT: SONRISA DEL COYOTE is the first production in a series of audio dramas featuring new plays and works by emerging playwrights.

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