Pie Man Theatre Company announces auditions for the final production of our 2017-18 season, Hal Cohen’s Harry Jameson.

WHEN: February 26 & 27, 2018 (Callbacks February 28, 2018)
WHERE: Luther Bonney Hall, Room 326 (USM – Portland Campus)
TIME: 7:00-9:30pm all nights

Please prepare one (1) contemporary monologue, 1 minute in length. In addition to the prepared monologue, sides from the script will be made available to all auditioners.

Harry Jameson, by local playwright and actor Hal Cohen, is a new dark comedy set in modern-day London about awful crimes, the insulating nature of power, the price of revenge, and the importance of identity. (Really, it’s funny.) The character breakdown is below.


May 10-20 – Mayo St. Arts, Portland

Tech week May 6-9

May 10, 11, 12 7:30 performances May 13 matinee 2:00

May 16-19 7:30 performances May 20 2:00 matinee


This production will rehearse on Sunday, Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7-10 PM beginning with the first read-through March 28. Thursday May 3 will also be a rehearsal 7-10.

Please bring a current headshot and updated CV with you to your audition.

To sign up, click the Sign Up button below. You will be taken to the Auditions Sign Up page, where you can select the date and time you’d like to sign up for. You will be asked for your name, email address and phone number. You will receive a confirmation email once the process is complete.



HARRY JAMESON (40s-50s): About 40 years of age, perhaps older. Hard to tell. He is a man of the street. A survivor.

NEVILLE THOMAS (30s): A little younger than Harry. Smart. Knows that he is. A political cartoonist, writer, and activist.

ALICE KENNEDY (30s): An attractive, powerful woman. Younger than the men. Just as smart as Neville. Knows that she is.

CHARLES (50s-60s): Strong and powerful. The man others go to when one needs to go to a man in order to get things done.

EDWARD (30s): Lifelong childhood friend of Neville’s. Not as smart as him.

RIGHT HONOURABLE ANDREW SUTTON (60s): Shadow Minister (Home Affairs) in Parliament. Upper class by birth. An ordinary looking man, an overachiever, who thinks he is extraordinary.

THE BOY (teens): Younger brother of an intern of Sutton’s. Working class, but looking to rise above his station.

THE GIRL (teens): Contest winner. Mature, smart. Smarter than Sutton.

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