AUDITIONS: Behind Closed Doors

February 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Studio at Carrollwood Cultural Center
13345 Casey Road Tampa
Fl 33618
Aaron Washington

Behind Closed Doors

Written & Directed By Marc Sanders

To Audition: Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.  Prepared monologues are welcome but not required. No experience necessary.  All roles unpaid.  All roles are available for casting. Social distancing guidelines will be upheld at auditions and masks will be required during the audition, rehearsals and performances.

Production: There will be four live performances held in The Studio at Carrollwood Cultural Center. The show will be recorded for streaming purposes, as well.  If necessary due to demand, the production could possibly be held over for an additional weekend of performances. Tech Week: April 18-21, 2021

Performances: April 22-25, 2021(times TBD)


  • Kobiyeski – Building Superintendent; age mid 50s to 60s
  • Susan – 30 something yuppie; very refined and dressed to the nines; married to Andy
  • Andy – 30 something yuppie; married to Susan; appears disheveled in the play but comes from wealth
  • Pierre – any age from mid 20s to mid 40s; Homosexual Tenant (lives down the hall from George); requires cross dressing with makeup.
  • George – any age from mid 20s to mid 40s; Homosexual Tenant (lives down the hall from Pierre); requires cross dressing with makeup.
  • Caitlin – mid to late 20s; Mike’s girlfriend; Angela’s sister; very out of shape
  • Mike – mid to late 20s; Caitlin’s boyfriend
  • Amanda – Age 15; rebellious; Brian’s daughter
  • Brian – early to mid 40s; Amanda’s father
  • Jenny – Age 5; adopted daughter of Susan
  • Angela – early to mid 20s; Caitlin’s sister; a ballet dancer; MUST PERFORM A BALLET ROUTINE
  • Jack – mid 20s to early 30s; The Fire Captain at the Station next door; Athletic Build
  • Paramedic – any age or gender above age 20; a walk on role
Plot: Behind Closed Doors is an original play consisting of two acts with two scenes per act.  Each scene serves as a vignette that focuses on the different residents who reside on the fifth floor of a tenement building located in the downtown area of a metropolitan city.  As the play progresses the individual stories of each act begin to overlap and intersect with one another.
This production is part of The Studio Project at Carrollwood Cultural Center.