Upcoming auditions for Apartment 3A by Jeff Daniels


Latitude 41 will be hosting auditions for its fall production of "Apartment 3A" by Jeff Daniels, directed by Karianne Griffith. Show runs September 20, 21, & 22 and 27, 28, & 29.

Play Synopsis: Reeling from the loss of what she thought was the love of her life, Annie Wilson searches for a reason to hope again with a mysterious next-door neighbor who teaches her what it truly means to be in love forever.

Characters :

Annie: Female, Age: 30's
PBS director of fundraising. Suffering from a recent separation from her ex-husband due to his infidelity. She had always been bright, passionate, and idealistic, but recently has lost her faith in God, men, and PBS itself. Her outlook on life is now cynical. A traditional urban liberal at the end of her wits. Deeply empathetic and cares about the world around her, but struggles to remain positive. While she is not afraid to stand up for herself and speak her truth, she is protective and cautious about wearing her heart on her sleeve.

Dal: Male, Age: 50's
Annie's landlord. An optimistic, glass half full kind of man. Smooth talking with comedic skills. Witty, friendly, trusting, straight to the point, and honest.

Donald: Male, Age: 30's
Annie's next-door neighbor. Confident, friendly, charming, irresistible, and charismatic. Soft-spoken and romantic with a mysterious spiritual aura about him. While happily married, he takes a keen interest in Annie and her romantic life as a helpless romantic himself. Has a quiet and complicated strength.

Elliot: Male, Age: 30's
co-worker of Annie's at PBS. Eager, genuinely sweet, and incredibly earnest. "The good guy." Believes wholeheartedly in the mission of PBS as an essential part of the life worth living. He is forward with his romantic feelings for Annie. He is encouraging, supportive, and admiring of her passion and fire. While truthful, noble, and endearing, he's not the traditional love interest. Connected to his spiritual side and identifies strongly with his Catholic identity.

Tony: Male, 30's
PBS television producer. Passionate and opinionated.

Auditions will be held at Billie Limacher Bicentennial Park & Theatre on Monday, July 29 and Tuesday, July 30, 2019 from 7:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. and will consist of cold readings from the script. Any questions please message the director or you can e-mail kgriffith@lat41.org.

Walk-ins are welcome and may audition if time permits, however priority will be given to pre-registered actors. QUESTIONS? Email cstewart@lat41.org.


Recent Latitude 41 productions include LOVE SEX & THE IRS, DOG SEES GOD, OF MICE AND MEN, THE ODD COUPLE, and THE 39 STEPS. Latitude 41 debuted and produced the long-running holiday puppet show TRANSYLVANIA GENERAL, which returned last Halloween season for performances at the Morris Theatre Guild Playhouse.


Latitude 41 is a not-for-profit corporation.

Original photo by Charles Thompson, used under a Creative Commons license.

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