The Supreme Leader
THE SUPREME LEADER
Producer: Dallas Theater Center
Writer: Don X. Nguyen
Director: Kevin Moriarty
Artistic Director: Kevin Moriarty
Artistic Producer: Sarahbeth Grossman
Local Casting: Ally Beans, CSA
First rehearsal: Monday May 4, 2020
Tech begins: Friday May 29, 2020
First preview: Wednesday June 3, 2020
Opening Night: Wednesday June 10, 2020
Closing: Sunday July 10, 2020
Location: Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Studio Theatre, Dallas, TX
Compensation: LORT D
AUDITIONS (by appointment only):
Pre-Screens & Appointments: December 2019
Location: Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Studio Theatre - 6th floor
Director, Artistic Director, Artistic Producer and Local CD will be present for these appointments.
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Subject line: THE SUPREME LEADER [ROLE]
At this time, we are accepting submissions from AEA and non-AEA actors. All actors MUST be local hires in Dallas, Texas.
KIM JONG-UN (Male 18) Asian. A student and future Supreme Leader of North Korea. Must be able to embody the awkwardness and inner turmoil of a teenager struggling between right and wrong.
SOPHIE PRESCOTT (Female 18) A fellow student. Non-Asian. Sophie is open and friendly, works to befriend Kim Jong Un and others at her school. Her bright personality masks an emotional wound.
ROGER FULLBRIGHT (Male 18) A fellow student. Non-Asian. Sophie's ex. Handsome and well meaning with an air of entitlement.
THE MINDER (Male 40-50s) Asian. Kim Jong-Un's Minder. Loyal to the Korean government and tasked with helping shape Kim Jong Un to be the next Supreme Leader. A surrogate father to Kim Jong-Un.
MISSION, VISION, AND VALUES:
Dallas Theater Center will engage, entertain, and inspire our diverse community by creating experiences that stimulate new ways of thinking and living. We will do this by consistently producing plays, educational programs, and other initiatives that are of the highest quality and reach the broadest possible constituency.
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