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NOW CASTING
'Voices Matter'
(a social distancing theatre show)

*New show date is June 4th at 8pm 2021*

Company: Creative Collaborations
Emily Kathleen, prod.-playwright

Production Description
Casting theatre non union actors for "Voices Matter," a non paid but $100 stipend end of the show and professional reel footage from live show.

Note: Non union. Opportunity for those looking to grow as an artist and work with fellow artists who truly love art. Zoom video chat Rehearsals start end of February through April 15th for 6 weeks. Starting April 15th till the show June 4th for 6 weeks we will do in person blocking rehearsals at the theatre. Both Zoom video chat rehearsals and in person blocking rehearsals require 2 Mandatory 2 hours rehearsals twice a week around on a flexible schedule. Will do rehearsals around you and co stars schedules. This is a great creative opportunity to focus on your craft as an artist.
Looking two Male actors for my June 4th 2021 theatre show called "Voices Matter" with my company Creative Collaborations. Voices Matter is a short play and music fest. With 3 plays and music between the plays. The plays focus on the following topics so it may not be a good fit for some actors. This project is mainly for those who are passionate about raising awareness to these topics and want to offer education to the audience. The show focus on these topics: Social Issues, Education System, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Disabilities and Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia.

Please note that SAFE Austin will be attending the show for a Q&A with cast/crew and audience after the show. Where everyone can share there feelings on the plays subject matters and know there voices matter.

Email headshot resume reels -
[email protected]
Voices Matter- Theatre show

Roles-
-Husband-
one male actor 20's- 30's for a drama; this character is kind, compassionate, understanding, patient, loves his wife in spite of her flaws; he is sensitive, yet bold; he wants to have a baby with his wife; his wife has been through some trauma in life and with the pandemic of Covid-19 she is afraid to bring a child into this world and wants them to stop trying to get pregnant; she is afraid of the world; the husband isn't afraid of the world so his role is crucial to showing that there's goodness in this world.

-Terry(teacher)-
one male actor (any race) late 50-60's for a drama; he is a high school teacher. Over worked; under paid; he is broken down by life; he is mean and all the students are afraid of him; he hates the lack in the education system; he doesn't care about learning there names; he use to be a good hearted man but life broke him to not care anymore; he is smart and loves books; he finds social media to be distasteful and a waste of time; he is in detention with a student who skipped class to be on social media; she loves social media ita her whole life; she has several learning disabilities such as ADD and dyslexia; he is trying to get through to her that her future is in books and higher education not be coming a social media star; she doesn't want to listen to him and thinks social media can be good; so they are trying to teach each other.
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Please note the stage on the theatre is 15 feet from the audience with plenty of room to safely do the play at a social distance. The cast size is 2 people pre short play. The audience will be social distance as well and required to wear there mask during the show. The theatre only fits 90 people and has a VIP area to sit completely away from people. So we would only fill it to 25 to 50 percent compacity depending on what the regulations are for that time. We Will also have the show as a live stream show. We as a company have a great track record of having safe social distance shows in keeping the cast and audience safe. There will be the night of the show June 4th 2021 a hand washing station with hand sanitizer and extra masks for those who need them. Also disinfectant wipes. The day of the show we disinfect the entire theater before the cast/crew and audience arrive. This show is a very safe and small show.
Digital theatre in Austin!

Here's what's new this week:

ColdTowne Theater
Fri April 10: Queerantine, Midnight Society, Tippy Toes, and a short film by Alison Webster
Sat April 11: TV land, Hot Pot Comedy, In the Bedroom with Dylan Garsee, and mindfulness coach Julian Gooch
Sun April 12: The Easter return of Prayer Circle's Prayer On Demand
https://www.facebook.com/ColdTowne/posts/10158372356308680?__tn__=-R

Ground Floor Theatre
Fri April 10: scene from Rain Falls Special On Me
https://www.facebook.com/events/1504814116367653/
anytime: Ballad of Robert E Lee
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yVHRj65gfA

Hideout Theatre
Fri April 10: The Threefer
Sat April 11: PGraph (2 shows), Maestro
Wed April 15: Maestro
https://www.facebook.com/pg/hideouttheatre/events/

The VORTEX
Fri April 10: Avery Moore
Sat April 11: Tia Chancla
Sun April 12: one-time streaming video The Deluge with pre-show premiere of 2 new short plays from Rudy Ramirez’s CoviDecameron project
https://www.facebook.com/events/212314419843236/

Hyde Park Theatre
Sat April 11 - Sun April 12: video of Hot Dogs at the Eiffel Tower
https://www.facebook.com/24373611223/photos/a.10150257528796224/10157883505546224/?type=3&theater

Bottle Alley Theatre Company
Sun April 12 - Sat April 18: collection of video pieces Self-Portraits 2.5: Quarantine Edition
https://www.facebook.com/events/886962021765760/?event_time_id=886962028432426

CSz Austin - Home of ComedySportz
Fri April 3 & Sat April 4: livestreaming ComedySportz matches
https://www.facebook.com/CSzAustin/posts/2857758850968130?__tn__=-R

Gilbert & Sullivan Austin
anytime: excerpts from multiple past productions
https://www.youtube.com/user/GandSofAustin/playlists

The Hidden Room
anytime: video of Der Bestrafte Brudermord
https://www.facebook.com/HiddenRoomTheatre/posts/10158111321589868?__tn__=H-R

Paradox Players
anytime: video of The Mountaintop
https://www.facebook.com/ParadoxPlayers/posts/10163214694075262?__tn__=-R

ZACH Theatre
anytime: video of Tortoise and Hare
https://www.facebook.com/zachtheatre/posts/10156795186655843?__tn__=-R

These companies continue to share pieces on their pages regularly:
Austin Playhouse
Austin Shakespeare
Fallout Theater
Ground Floor Theatre
Salvage Vanguard Theater (on Instagram)
Trinity Street Players

Many of the digital performances listed previously are still available! Here's the link to last week's list if you want to check that out:
https://www.facebook.com/BIPawards/posts/4297984523560744?__tn__=-R
We are seeing so many shows that are running in Austin this weekend!

What show are you seeing this weekend?!

Running:
Alabaster - Final Weekend by Shrewd Productions
Hedda by Henrik Ibsen set in 1950 by Austin Shakespeare
Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet by University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre & Dance
The Mountaintop by Katori Hall by Paradox Players
A Night with Janis Joplin by ZACH Theatre
Out of This World by Hideout Theatre and Hideout Kids
Every Brilliant Thing by ZACH Theatre
Texas premiere of good friday by Kristiana Rae Colón by New Manifest Theatre Company and The VORTEX
HOUSE by Daniel MacIvor at Hyde Park Theatre
S*x a.k.a. Wieners and B***s by Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter and David Wain by ColdTowne Theater
Somebody Loves You, Mr.Hatch ZACH Theatre
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show by ZACH Theatre
The Haunting of the Tavern by Esther's Follies
"The Mountaintop" play is described as a humorous take on Dr. Martin Luther King and race relations. On Good Day Saturday Austin's Paradox Players performed a scene live. #themountaintop FOX 7 Austin
What shows are you seeing this weekend?

Opening shows:
Alabaster by Shrewd Productions
Anna Catherine Iff by The City Theatre Company
Hedda by Henrik Ibsen set in 1950 by Austin Shakespeare
The Mountaintop by Katori Hall by Paradox Players
Paradox Players will be presenting The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. The play is a fictional depiction of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last night, on the eve of his assassination in 1968. The Mountaintop received its world premiere in London at Theatre 503 before transferring to Trafalgar Studios in the West End, where it won the 2010 Olivier Award for Best New Play. The 2011 Broadway production starred Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett.

The Mountaintop is directed by Rachelle Chery and Chelsea Manasseri. The cast features professional actors, John R. Christopher and Jasmin Garlic. The Mountaintop has strong language and is a bold and humorous re-imagining of Dr. King’s last day on earth. The music is from Mahalia Jackson, which will inspire and touch the hearts of the audience.

The Mountaintop opens Friday, February 21 and runs Fridays, & Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 3PM through March 8 at The First Unitarian Universalist Church at 4700 Grover St. February 22 will be a fundraiser for Youth Rise Austin. Opening Night tickets are $20, seniors $15, students $10 (Children 12 and under $5). All other shows $15, seniors & students $10 (Children 12 and under $5).

For reservations or more information call 512-744-1495, or go to paradoxplayers.org.
What #atxtheatre shows are you seeing this weekend?

Opening this week:
The Butcher of Baraboo by Street Corner Artsts​
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens by Paradox Players​
A Christmas Carol - Reduced, Reused & Recycled by Austin Scottish Rite Theater​
Truman Capote’s A Christmas Memory by The Alchemy Theatre Company​
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer & Playwright by Trinity Street Players​
5 Le****ns Eating a Quiche by The City Theatre Company​
Next To Normal by Ground Floor Theatre​ and Deaf Austin Theatre​

#WESEEEVERYTHING
Opening this week!

Instructions for a Seance by Katie Bender

Over the Lege Part 4 by Over the Lege

Admissions by Joshua Harmon by Jarrott Productions

Saints, Sinners and Thieves by Paradox Players

Paradox Players is a community theater. We are folks who love theater - attending theater and creating theater. Paradox Players is a community-based theater company dedicated to bringing interesting, thought-provoking theater to the Austin community.

As an outreach of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin, Paradox Players reflects the church’s mission to meet in community to nourish souls, transform lives and do justice. What do we do? Mainstage Productions are full-length plays produced in February, June and September. Scripts are generally chosen to provoke thought and discussion, as well as to lift the spirit. Participation in m

Paradox Players updated their website address. 09/04/2021

Paradox Players updated their website address.

Paradox Players updated their website address.

youtube.com 10/17/2020

PARADOX PLAYERS

Are you missing community theater at First UU? Paradox Players has a way to enjoy our productions from the comfort of your own home through our YOUTUBE CHANNEL!! YAY! We will be uploading future plays. In the meantime we have uploaded some of the favorites from the past, including 3 full length plays and clips from some others.

We encourage everyone to subscribe to our channel, hit like, and share to a friend. Comments are always welcomed because we love hearing feedback about how we are doing. All subscribers get notified when new projects are posted, so don't miss out on this awesome way to keep theater in your life.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbbfdmeQbjcxTseTKzoUW5w

youtube.com Paradox Players originated in 1999, the minister of First UU Church of Austin Texas assembled church members who had expressed an interest in drama. The orig...

youtube.com 04/07/2020

PARADOX PLAYERS

Paradox Players is pleased to announce our new YouTube channel, where you can now watch THE MOUNTAINTOP in its entirety!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbbfdmeQbjcxTseTKzoUW5w

youtube.com Paradox Players originated in 1999, the minister of First UU Church of Austin Texas assembled church members who had expressed an interest in drama. The orig...

03/17/2020

The May performance of The Shadow Box is canceled due to concerns for the health of our cast, crew, audience and volunteers during the COVID-19 outbreak. The next production will be our fall show in October.

03/09/2020

The Mountaintop closed yesterday. Our cast and crew offers heartfelt thanks to the Paradox Players volunteers and leadership team. Thank you!

03/06/2020

Back on tonight! .
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop #atxstagediversity #paradoxplayers #atxtheatre #themountaintop #katorihall

03/06/2020

OPEN AUDITIONS
Saturday, March 7th from 2 to 5 pm
Thursday, March 12th from 5 to 7pm
for
THE SHADOW BOX by Michael Cristofer
directed by Stacey Glazer

Performance Dates and Times:
Fri, Sat 8:00 pm May 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
Sun Matinees 3:00 pm May 17, 24, 31

Actors Needed: 3 Male, 4 Female, 1 Male/Female/1 Teen
Joe-40's-50's lead role Steve-teen (Joe's son)
Maggie-40's-50's lead role (Joe's wife)
Brian-40's-50's lead role Mark-30's-40's lead role (Brian's lover)
Beverly-40's 50's lead role ((Brian's ex-wife)
Felicity-60's-70's lead role
Agnes-40's-50's lead role (Felicity's daughter)
Interviewer-male or female-featured role

Audition
Prepared readings from sides
Additional cold readings

See our website for link to sides and more info on show.
paradoxplayers.org/auditions/

03/05/2020

Do you have your tickets for closing weekend of The Mountaintop? They’re going fast! .
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop #atxstagediversity #paradoxplayers #atxtheatre

03/03/2020

Final Mountaintop “Meet the Cast & Creative Team” Series Installment. Meet Co-Director Rachelle Chery! Final weekend coming up.
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop #atxstagediversity #paradoxplayers #atxtheatre

03/01/2020

On set with Fox 7! Cast of Paradox Players, The Mountaintop
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop #atxstagediversity #paradoxplayers #atxtheatre #fox7austin #fox7

fox7austin.com 03/01/2020

‘The Mountaintop’ live on Good Day

fox7austin.com ‘The Mountaintop’ is a play described as a humorous take on Dr. Martin Luther King and race relations. The “Paradox Players” cast performed a scene on Good Day Saturday morning. The play is being performed at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin on Grover Avenue. For more inform...

02/29/2020

Thank you to all our Mountaintop volunteers! We truly appreciate all you do. .
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop @ Rosedale, Austin, Texas

02/28/2020

Clip from The Mountaintop. Great reviews from Austin Chronicle, Broadway World and CTX Live.

austinchronicle.com 02/28/2020

Paradox Players' The Mountaintop

Yet another great review for The Mountaintop. This one courtesy of Austin Chronicle.
"In this powerful production of Katori Hall's drama, MLK wrestles with his life's meaning – and maybe an angel."

https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2020-02-28/the-mountaintop/

austinchronicle.com In this powerful production of Katori Hall's drama, MLK wrestles with his life's meaning – and maybe an angel

02/27/2020

Scene clip from The Mountaintop. Great reviews from Austin Chronicle, Broadway World and CTX Live! .
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#austintheatre #austin #austin360 #do512 #mlk #blackhistorymonth #themountaintop #broadwayworldaustin #atxstagediversity

broadwayworld.com 02/27/2020

BWW Review: THE MOUNTAINTOP is an Exceptional Work of Modern Theatre

Another great review from Broadway World. 6 performances remain!
https://www.broadwayworld.com/austin/article/BWW-Review-THE-MOUNTAINTOP-is-an-Exceptional-Work-of-Modern-Theatre-20200226

broadwayworld.com THE MOUNTAINTOP is a captivating story and exceptional work of modern theatre. While the proceedings are fictitious, the message at the center is as true today as it was in 1968. Featuring emotional and powerful performances, THE MOUNTAINTOP reminds its viewers that the fight for equity and equality...

ctxlivetheatre.com 02/27/2020

Review: The Mountaintop by Paradox Players

First review!

“The Mountaintop is an incredibly beautiful play by Katori Hall, and Austin is blessed by a production of it with two fantastically talented actors..”

https://ctxlivetheatre.com/reviews/20200224-review-the-mountaintop-by-paradox-players/

ctxlivetheatre.com   The Mountaintop is an incredibly beautiful play by Katori Hall, and Austin is blessed by a production of it with two fantastically talented actors who arrive by convergent paths at Paradox Players of Austin's First Unitarian Universalist Church. The premise, simply, is the last night of....

02/26/2020

Hear The Mountaintop! Tune in tomorrow morning at 8:30 am, John Aielli show at K*TX 98.9.

do512.com 02/24/2020

The Mountaintop by Katori Hall at Paradox Players

You can now vote for 'The Mountaintop' on do512!
https://do512.com/events/2020/2/21/the-mountaintop-by-katori-hall-tickets

do512.com Check out The Mountaintop by Katori Hall at Paradox Players in Austin and get detailed info for the event - tickets, photos, video and reviews.

02/23/2020

These beautiful people are excited about The Mountaintop’s first matinee today.

02/22/2020

Jasmin Garlic as Camea in The Mountaintop

The Mountaintop “Meet the Cast and Creative Team Series”. Today, meet Jasmin Garlic, who plays the role of Camea. See Camea tonight at the show! Back on for night two.

02/21/2020

It’s here! Opening night!!

02/19/2020

Tomorrow morning, tune in to K*T 90.5 NPR Arts Eclectic. John R. Christopher and Rachelle Chery will join Mike Lee for an interview about 'The Mountaintop'.

02/17/2020

John R. Christopher as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Jasmin Garlic as Camae in The Mountaintop, opening 2/21.

02/17/2020

John R. Christopher as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Jasmin Garlic as Camea in The Mountaintop, opening 2/21.

02/17/2020

Mountaintop the play Feb. 21 - March 8 - Chelsea Interview

Mountaintop "Meet the Cast and Creative Team" Series. Today, meet B. Iden Payne nominee and one of our outstanding directors, Chelsea Manasseri. We open this Friday!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2BmnXKI6mQ&feature=youtu.be

02/17/2020

Childcare on-site will be provided during the March 1st 3:00 pm Sunday matinee performance of The Mountaintop. Thank you to our wonderful Paradox Players volunteers!

02/12/2020

Mountaintop the play Feb. 21 - March 8 - John Interview

Paradox Players "Meet the Cast" Series. Today, meet John R. Christopher, who will be playing Dr. King in The Mountaintop. Opening next week!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuRRZuoN-4U&feature=youtu.be

02/09/2020

Mountaintop the play Feb. 21 - March 8 - Info

‘The Mountaintop’ is coming! 2/21-3/8. Here is a teaser of what’s to come, and check back throughout the month to learn more about our talented cast and artistic staff.
https://youtu.be/xTMRtg3fFPU

02/02/2020

Paradox Players presents The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. The play is a fictional depiction of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last night, on the eve of his assassination in 1968, offering a bold and humorous re-imagining of Dr. King's final moments.

The Mountaintop received its world premiere in London at Theatre 503 before transferring to Trafalgar Studios in the West End, where it won the 2010 Olivier Award for Best New Play. The 2011 Broadway production starred Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett.

The Mountaintop is directed by Rachelle Chery and Chelsea Manasseri. The cast features professional actors, John R. Christopher and Jasmin Garlic. Music is from Mahalia Jackson.

Note: This performance has strong language.

02/02/2020

Paradox Players's cover photo

12/18/2019

AUDITION NOTICE, The Mountaintop by Katori Hall

Seeking two actors, one black male in 40’s to play Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and one black female to play Camae, a chambermaid at the Lorraine Motel, in Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop.

This gripping symbolic drama is placed in Memphis the night before Reverend King is shot in 1968. Katori Hall’s was the first black woman to win the Lawrence Olivier Award for best play in 2010 with The Mountaintop.

Auditions will be held at The First Unitarian Universalist Church at 4700 Grover off W. 49th Street on Friday December 27 from 6-9, Saturday December 28 10-12 and Sunday December 29 12:30-2pm. Audition sides will be provided. The Mountaintop will open Friday, February 14 running Friday, Saturday and Sundays thru February 29. This production is produced by the Paradox Players, a community theatre in residence at First UU. Please call 518-429-0074 for more information or to set up an audition time.

12/14/2019

Two more opportunities to see ‘A Christmas Carol’ with your friends from Paradox Players!!

Scrooge is coming! The Paradox Players present the immortal classic 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens adapted for the stage by Christopher Schario.

This reader’s theatre production with choreographed staging is told through the eyes of two young children who will bring the memorable Dickens’ characters to life.

This production has an outstanding cast of actors including John Meadows as Scrooge along with seven other actors each playing a variety of characters from Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim to the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Directed by Barbara Abbate.

Written in 1843 when he was only thirty-one, Dickens writes A Christmas Carol as a homily about the personal transformation of a crusty old curmudgeon. Ebenezer Scrooge comes face to face with his own dark brooding soul, and the impact of his cold and angry behavior. He accepts the wisdom of the Christmas spirits; liberates his own good nature, and is thus able to enjoy the delights of a laughing heart till the end of his days.

12/06/2019

Opening tonight!! Come see us.

Scrooge is coming! The Paradox Players present the immortal classic 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens adapted for the stage by Christopher Schario.

This reader’s theatre production with choreographed staging is told through the eyes of two young children who will bring the memorable Dickens’ characters to life.

This production has an outstanding cast of actors including John Meadows as Scrooge along with seven other actors each playing a variety of characters from Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim to the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Directed by Barbara Abbate.

Written in 1843 when he was only thirty-one, Dickens writes A Christmas Carol as a homily about the personal transformation of a crusty old curmudgeon. Ebenezer Scrooge comes face to face with his own dark brooding soul, and the impact of his cold and angry behavior. He accepts the wisdom of the Christmas spirits; liberates his own good nature, and is thus able to enjoy the delights of a laughing heart till the end of his days.

11/27/2019

Scrooge is coming! The Paradox Players present the immortal classic 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens adapted for the stage by Christopher Schario.

This reader’s theatre production with choreographed staging is told through the eyes of two young children who will bring the memorable Dickens’ characters to life.

This production has an outstanding cast of actors including John Meadows as Scrooge along with seven other actors each playing a variety of characters from Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim to the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Directed by Barbara Abbate.

Written in 1843 when he was only thirty-one, Dickens writes A Christmas Carol as a homily about the personal transformation of a crusty old curmudgeon. Ebenezer Scrooge comes face to face with his own dark brooding soul, and the impact of his cold and angry behavior. He accepts the wisdom of the Christmas spirits; liberates his own good nature, and is thus able to enjoy the delights of a laughing heart till the end of his days.

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Final Mountaintop “Meet the Cast & Creative Team” Series Installment. Meet Co-Director Rachelle Chery! Final weekend com...
Clip from The Mountaintop. Great reviews from Austin Chronicle, Broadway World and CTX Live.
Scene clip from The Mountaintop. Great reviews from Austin Chronicle, Broadway World and CTX Live! ....#austintheatre #a...
Jasmin Garlic as Camea in The Mountaintop

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