TAMERA HILL PRODUCTIONS & CREATIVE FLOW THEATRE GROUP
ECC Performing Arts Theatre
4343 Ocean View Blvd
San Diego, CA 92113
Welcome and thank you for being apart of our first casting call for Creative Flow Arts Theatre Group. This moment has been in the works for a long time and we are excited to finally bring it to fruition.
About Creative Flow Arts Theatre Group
We will specialize in developing actors, singers, directors, and writers in areas of stage and film. We are building a sound, respected entertainment industry in San Diego moment by moment, person by person, and brick by brick.
Our first season starts August 2019 and runs through April of 2020. We will produce five stage plays, and two films. We are looking for talent right here in San Diego and surrounding cities, and abroad.
This is the beginning of building our talent roster and we are so thankful that you want to be a part of “something big on the rise.”
Walking in Purpose,
Feel free to bring your own monologue. If you do not have a monologue prepared for your audition please send us an email at and we will send you one. Give us your name and what role you want to audition for. Upon receipt, you will be emailed the monologue for your audition. Please attach your head-shot and resume if available. If you sing, come prepared with a track or sing a cappella.
PLAY TITLE: "EVOLVE"
A collection of stories linked together takes us on a journey through time about love, life, race, and relationships.
Genre: Comedy, Romance, and Drama ALL IN ONE
Show Dates: TBA
Rehearsal Times: TBA
Truth or Lie
Truth 30s, Black Female, exotic look, singer (style Jazz R & B)
Dance with Me
Dejah, 30s, Black Female, career driven, independent professional
Lamar 30’s, Black Male, handsome clean-cut type, cooperate professional, a man’s man.
The Book Club
Lia, Asian Female, 30-40, portrays owner of a beauty supply store, comedic, no filter on words
Donna, Hispanic Female, 30s, non-traditional Hispanic
TERRY & DEJAH, 2 Black Females, 30s
#1 All natural hair, earthy, militant
#2 superficial, materialist type
Suzy, White Female, 30s, spoiled, uppity type
ZOYA, Black Female, 30-40s, portrays African slave, African accent needed
ABDU, Black Male, 30-40s, portrays African slave, African accent needed
NIOLA, Black Female, 50’s, portrays matriarch of slave family (D)
JOHN, White Male, voice over only (D)
Mary, Black Female, 20s-30s, plain homely, submissive type – Wife and Mother
Charles, Black Male, 20s-30’s, portrays a prisoner
Prison Guard, Extra role, 30s-60’s
JUDGE Voice over, White male
Joe, Black Male, 30s, drug dealer, an abuser
Todd, 18-25, Black Male, a young basketball star who turns NBA, poetry experience
Kim, Black Female, 18-21, brown girl, hair natural coily, shapely, scorned by lies and confronts lies with truth. (D)
Todd, older now in 30’s, Black Male, NBA star trying to find his identity late in life (D)
Suzy, White female, 30s, Wife who is oblivious to how her husband feels about their marriage (D)
Dr. Hilliard, White Male, 50s, unbiased marriage counselor who helps the couple life just as it is. (D)
Tara, Black Female, 50s, the doctor’s secretary and wife (D)
PLAY TITLE: DIALOGUE
A new talk show host finds herself in the middle of doing what’s right for the people or what her television network wants her to do.
Show Dates: NOVEMBER 14,15,16
Thursday 7pm- 10pm
Morgan, 30s, Black Female, pleasant to the eyes, articulate with a comedic quirkiness.
Bob Ucas, 40s-50s, White Male, studio executive that only cares about the ratings.
Giovanni, 20’s, Black Male, television show side-kick and band leader
PLAY TITLE: THE SOUL MATE EXPERIMENT
Two people meet at an anniversary celebration for their friends and are struck with an immediate attraction. They spend the night talking and fall in love with the ‘idea of marriage’ and decide to forsake the normalcy of dating. Certain he has found “the one,” on a whim, Vincent asks Tammy to marry him. They decide to get married, never considering what the consequences of what will be. Funny and not so things occur on their journey towards happily every after.
Show Dates: January 30, 31st, February 1, 2020
Thursday 7pm- 10pm
VINCENT: Vincent’s background is a checkered past. His father left when he was just 4, and his mother constantly reminded him of how awful his dad was for leaving, and held Vincent captive to his father’s sin. Vincent reaches a point in his life where he needs more than short unmeaningful relationship. He wants to meet his soul mate and live a purposeful life.
TAMMY: Tammy has been living her life solo for so long, that she didn’t realize she needed someone, especially that someone being a man. She was born into an adopted family, given up by her mother at the tender age of 14. Tammy never really bounded with a mother or father to show her love, or to even trust it.
LOUISE: Vincent’s sassy but well put together mother in her, 40’s, who looks young enough to be Vincent’s sister. She had Vincent when she was just 15 years of age. Her and Vincent practically grew up together. Their bound is strong and to her, unbreakable.
Angie, Black Female, 30s, sassy attitude, mouthy. She is hiding a lie that can destroy her marriage forever.
Terry, Black Male, 30-40’s, pretty boy type, immature for his age. Womanizer.
Bartender, 40-50’s, Wise, unassuming man who is the voice of reason during the play.
Comedian, he narrates the play with thought provoking jokes
PLAY TITLE: BRING BACK R & B
For the love of R&B, an intern at a pop culture record label makes it his business to bring back R & B to save the record label from tanking.
Show Dates: April 30, May 1-2, 2020
Thursday 7pm- 10pm
Eric Jenkins, 20-30s, Black Male, dancer & singer