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Casting: Three Tall Women




$15 hourly



2 Non-Equity actors for roles in THREE TALL WOMEN (see breakdown).

Local actors encouraged to apply.

We require a fully vaccinated company. Actors must be fully vaccinated prior to first rehearsal.


Open Casting Call: Wednesday, December 1, 2021

3333 Petaluma Blvd. N, Petaluma 94952



Wednesday Dec 1 open auditions will consist of readings from the play (please see attachments below). Please arrive at 6:30 pm and be prepared to stay until 9:00 pm. The director will pair actors up for readings. Actors will be released as needed. Along with readings actors are encouraged but not required to prepare a monologue.

Callbacks will be the following Wednesday.


Producer : Cinnabar Theater

Artistic Director : Nathan Cummings

Director : Michael Fontaine

Playwright : Edward Albee


Viewing auditions :

Michael Fontaine

For open audition please sign up at:



Side 1

Side 2

Side 3

Side 4

Side 5

Three Tall Woman full play


Primarily weeknights 3 to 4 days a week, some daytime rehearsal depending on cast availability.
Rehearsal start date: February 7th.   

March 3rd to March 21st, limited rehearsal (once a week).

March 22nd - back to regular rehearsal schedule.



Venue : Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd. N, Petaluma CA, 94952

Three week run. Fri and Sat at 7:30 and Sun at 2:00
April 8 - 24, 2022. 



Cinnabar Theater is committed to diversity and encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.



Three Tall Women takes place in the bedroom of a sick and forgetful old woman (A). In the first act she is cared for by a middle-aged companion (B) and visited by a young woman (C) sent by the lawyer to settle some financial affairs. A is imperious and acerbic, which B is used to deal and manages effectively. However, C is impatient and quick to rise to A’s jibes. During their discussion of A's life, they muse on love, family relationships, sex, pain, and the body’s inevitable decline. After A suffers a stroke that leaves her on the edge of death, her body is replaced by an identical mannequin of A in the bed. Away from the bed, she joins B and C in discussing events in their mutual life and how one matured into the other. For they are, in fact, all the same woman--"everywoman”--at different stages of her life.



The Role of A has been cast.


B: Female 40 to 60.

Ethnicity: All Ethnicities


C: Female 18 to 35

Ethnicity: All Ethnicities