For Actors & Playwrights

Attention Actors & Playwrights

All Actors:
Please note that Bay Street works with members of Actors Equity. Casting is handled only through our agent in NYC.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to return unsolicited emails and phone calls. We wish you all the best.

Playwrights:
Please note: All submissions are accepted through agents only. This is for Bay Street’s protection as well as the playwright's. Unsolicited scripts will not be returned. Thank you for your interest and we wish you all the best.

No phone calls please.


SEEKING
Equity actors for various roles.


PREPARATION
Actors will read from sides, available at the
audition (also available to download below).

Bring picture and resume.


PERSONNEL

Joe Minutillo---Director
John Sullivan—Associate Producer
Arthur Miller - Writer


OTHER DATES
First rehearsal Oct 15, Open November 6,
close on November 25. All rehearsals and
performances are in Sag Harbor NY


OTHER
EPA Procedures are in effect for this audition.
An Equity Monitor will be provided.
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination.
Equity is committed to diversity and
encourages all its employers to engage in a
policy of equal employment opportunity
designed to promote a positive model of
inclusion. As such, Equity encourages
performers of all ethnicities, gender identities,
and ages, as well as performers with
disabilities, to attend every audition.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to
auditions.


BREAKDOWN

WILLY LOMAN
(60’s) an insecure, self-deluded traveling salesman. Willy believes wholeheartedly in the American
Dream of easy success and wealth, He is a gregarious, volatile man with great aspirations to succeed
but never achieves it. He struggles to provide for his family, keep his sanity and the respect from his
boys.

LINDA LOMAN
(50’s) Willy’s loving wife. She is even-tempered, utterly devoted to Willy. She struggles to nurture and
love her family and be the anchor and support they need. Linda suffers through Willy’s grandiose
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dreams and self-delusions.

BIFF LOMAN
(34) A drifter and Willy’s elder son who once was a promising and confident athlete who has lost his
way and is well aware of his shortcomings. He struggles to find his true self and also understand the
nature of the love for his father.

HAPPY LOMAN
(32) Willy’s younger son who has always lived in his older brother’s shadow. He compensates by
pretending to be overly-confident, but in reality doesn’t know himself. He is popular, a womanizer and
he dreams of corporate success and wealth.

CHARLEY
(60’s) Willy’s next-door neighbor and friend, father to Bernard. He is a successful businessman but not
in a flaunting way. Willy is jealous of Charley’s success. Charley gives Willy money to pay his bills,
and Willy eventually realizes that Charley is his only friend.

BERNARD
(32) Charlie’s son; also Biff and Happy’s childhood friend. He is a nerd when he was younger but
eventually becomes a successful lawyer in his own right. Bernard always loved Willy’s sons dearly
and regarded Biff as a hero.

UNCLE BEN
(Male, open age) Willy’s successful brother who became a diamond tycoon after a detour to Africa. He
is dead, but Willy frequently speaks to him in his hallucinations of the past. He is Willy’s role model
although he is much older and has no real relationship with Willy. He represents Willy's idea of the
American Dream success story.

THE WOMAN
(30’s) Willy’s mistress. They meet in a hotel room in Boston and her attention and admiration boost
Willy’s fragile ego.

HOWARD WAGNER
(30’s) Willy’s boss. He inherited the business from his father and has little respect for Willy.

JENNY
(20’s) Charley’s secretary.

STANLEY
(30’s) The waiter at Frank’s Chop House.

MISS FORSYTHE
(20’s) a “model” who has an encounter with Biff and Happy,

An attractive woman.
LETTA
(20’s) Friend to Miss Forsythe and similar type.


Click to view audition information in New York, New York

Click to view audition information in Sag Harbor, New York

 

Sides:

Ben side
Bernard side
Biff side
Charley side
Happy side
Howard side
Jenny side
Letta & Miss Forsythe side
Linda side
The Woman side
Willy side