We are currently casting a script development for Jules Orcullo's new play Twenty One Sixty Five. The development is taking place as part of Q Theatre's QLAB residency at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in January 2019. Twenty One Sixty Five is a supernatural, domestic, two-hander which explores folk and faith healing, modern psychology, and Filipinx diaspora experience in Western Sydney. The roles we are casting are as follows:

TWENTY ONE, 21, Filipinx Australian, wom*n, trans, femme and/or nonbinary person, born in Australia, unemployed.

SIXTY FIVE, 65, Filipina Australian, speaks Tagalog and English, born in the Philippines, mother of TWENTY ONE, retired.

The 44 year age gap is an integral relationship dynamic within the play therefore EOIs from performers with playing ages within the broad age categories 18-25 and 50-70 will be prioritised. EOIs from performers with connection to Western Sydney will also be prioritised. We are looking specifically for performers who identify as Filipinx, Pinxy, or who have ancestry in or strong connection to the Philippines.

We'll be in touch with all respondees who submit EOIs before 15 December. Approx commitment will be 4 days between 7 January and 18 January. There is a small non-Equity fee attached to participation in the residency thanks to Q Theatre.

Please send any and all questions to Looking forward to hearing from you!

Please note: these are in-studio development roles only. Involvement in this development does not guarantee casting in a public performance or production.
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