Wraith Radio
by Bottle Alley Theatre Company

Mar. 24 - Apr. 03

Two wounded soldiers have been abandoned on the battlefield and are trying their best to stay alive, if they’re not dead already. They keep each other company with games, stories, music, and care for each other all the while broadcasting out to a world that might not even be there anymore. Welcome to Wraith Radio.

AUDITION NOTICE!!! We are soooo beyond excited to announce that our upcoming show will be a revival of Wraith Radio, originally performed in 2016, now reimagined and directed by Trace Turner!
Details below on parts we're casting for, but to audition:
1) Please fill out this Google form https://forms.gle/dPrmSZ7U4CqGXNSQ7
2) Choose an audition slot here https://docs.google.com/.../1tam.../edit...
3) Send your headshot and resume to bottlealleytheatrecompany@gmail.com
Robin ‘Wraith’ Priour (she/her and/or they/them) late 20s—40s. The host of Wraith Radio and a Communications Officer in the US Military. Running from a past that continues to haunt them while they await death. [Looking to cast female-identifying or non-binary actors with musical experience.]
Elana ‘Star’ Keeler (she/her) late 20s—40s. Communications Officer in the US military and Wraith’s partner and radio correspondent. British born, American raised. Currently badly wounded and not getting better. [Looking to cast female-identifying actor with musical experience and ability to do a British dialect]
Jessie Hoyt (he/him) late 20s-late 30s. Wraith’s dead boyfriend. A ghost. [Looking to cast a male or female identifying actor with a comfortability with intimacy and movement]
Death (Any/All Pronouns) Any age. Timeless. Calm. Effortlessly charming. An absolute delight. [Looking for any and all actors for this role].
N.B. Actors from the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities are strongly encouraged to audition. Actors who can play instruments and/or sing are strongly encouraged as well.
Rehearsals from April 24 - June 15.
Performances from June 16-July 2.
This process will be collaborative and experimental in its initial approach as we utilize movement, music, and intimacy to delve into these characters telling this story. The show will be performed site specifically and as such adaptability is key. We will only rehearse three times a week leading up to tech and then moving to four days until we open.
Auditions will take place at Space Recording on 7915 Menchaca Rd from 6:15 to 9:45 on Monday, April 3rd. Callbacks will be held in the same building from 6:30 to 9:30 on Tuesday, April 4th. We will notify actors regarding callbacks after 10 pm on April 3rd. We will also be accepting video auditions, but please note that we are unable to cover any travel or lodging costs for performers outside of the Austin area. If you would like to submit a video audition, we ask that you please complete the audition form above and select the video audition option. We will email everyone interested in a video audition the available sides and ask that all final video submissions be emailed to bottlealleytheatrecompany@gmail.com by 6:30pm on April 3rd.