NC Stage Company 2020 Community Tour Auditions
“Dexter and Winter’s Detective Agency” by Nathan Bryon
Directed by Patricia Snoyer Black
Seeking non-union actors for a Community Tour production of Dexter and Winter’s Detective Agency by Nathan Bryon. This is a professional, non-union opportunity and performers will be compensated.
Dexter, class clown, and Winter, aspiring detective, are the best of friends. When Dexter’s Mom is accused of being mixed up in a jewelry heist, it’s up to Dexter and Winter to figure out what happened. On a journey to uncover the truth in a small town full of suspects and clues, Dexter and Winter’s friendship is put to the test as their detective work leads them to some surprising discoveries.
Roles (all actors are adults)
DEXTER: (male-identifying, any race/ethnicity), age “ten”, class clown and only child
WINTER: (female-identifying, any race/ethnicity), age “ten”, a wannabe detective, Dexter’s best friend
EVERYBODY ELSE: (female-identifying, any race/ethnicity), played by one actor
- Dexter’s Mom, Winter’s Mom, Granny Annie, Barista, Police Officer, Newscaster
Auditions will be held at the NC Stage rehearsal space on Friday, Jan 24 and Saturday, Jan 25 by appointment only.
To schedule an appointment, please submit availability for the audition dates, updated headshots and resumes to [email protected]. Please include “Community Tour Auditions” in the subject line. We will email back to confirm when we have scheduled your appointment and with details on what to prepare.
About the Community Tour
North Carolina Stage Company Community Tour is dedicated to bringing dynamic professional performances to audiences who traditionally experience barriers to attending live theatre. Venues have included homeless shelters, correctional facilities, community centers, low income senior centers, rural schools, and locations throughout rural Western North Carolina. The Community Tour also offers a series of ticketed performances for audiences at NC Stage.
Members of the Community Tour Ensemble are artists committed to equity, integrity and excellence for audiences of all experiences and backgrounds, as an ensemble and within themselves. We will be performing in a wide variety of spaces, with all the lights on, and with only what we can easily carry in terms of props and costumes. Live sound and music will play an integral role in how the story is told.
The Community Tour is inspired by the work of Ten Thousand Things in Minneapolis, MN. Interested artists are encouraged to research Ten Thousand Things, their founder Michelle Hensley, and their model of performance to decide if this opportunity is right for them.
The 2020 Community Tour is funded in part by the North Carolina Arts Council Rural Outreach Grant.
Rehearsal & Performances (subject to adjustment)
Rehearsals: April 12 – May 3
Community Tour: 12 – 15 performances in the community between May 5 – May 23
Performances at NC Stage: 10 performances between June 10 – June 21