October 8, 2020
through October 29, 2020
Ages: 14-18
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Zoom
Fee: 295 (If cast)


Since we have received over 100 audition submissions, we have created two casts of this show that will rehearse separately. 

Click here to view the Everything Seems Like Maybe cast lists!

Specific casting information and scripts will be emailed out at a later date – stay tuned.

We are so excited to be collaborating with Sandy Rustin and Playscripts Inc. to present a new virtual play – Everything Seems Like Maybe this fall at Broadway Workshop!

Monologues inspired by the writings of American Teenagers in April 2020
By Sandy Rustin
Directed by Sandy Rustin and Marc Tumminelli

Program Dates and Times:
All sessions: 4:30PM-6:00PM
THURSDAY CAST – October 8, October 15, October 22, October 29
FRIDAY CAST – October 9, October 16, October 23, October 30

More show Info:
The voices of teenagers take the spotlight in this series of timely monologues about the experience of sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the written work of real high school students and written especially for performance on video-conference platforms Everything Seems Like Maybe celebrates and validates the thoughts of young people during a surreal and unprecedented time; whether they’re missing a crush, critiquing the society in which they live, or trying to imagine what could be next. This piece also has an option to include writing from your own cast, for another way to engage with the moment. The Broadway Workshop cast will feature 14 student actors ages 14-18. This special event workshop will be directed by the author of Everything Seems Like Maybe, Sandy Rustin and Broadway Workshop director Marc Tumminelli. This production will be produced under special arrangement with Playscripts Inc.

Broadway Workshop is seeking a cast of 14 teenage performers who can play a variety of roles. Each actor will be given 2 monologues to present as part of the final presentation of Everything Seems Like Maybe. Actors should be interesting and ready to create realistic characters. We are specifically seeking students with great personalities, who are willing to stretch themselves in a non musical setting and who are comfortable delivering monologues. Students cast will have one on one coachings in a group setting on their show material leading up to the final presentation and filmed version.

In order to be considered for a part in this program, all students must submit a preliminary audition video by Friday September 18th at 5:00pm Eastern Time. Students will need to fill out the audition form below and submit a video of themselves  reading ONE of the monologues included in the audition packet HERE.

The video will need to be uploaded to either Youtube or Vimeo, or emailed to info@broadwayworkshop.com.
** All applicants will be notified about casting decisions on Monday, September 21st. Upon notice of casting, students will need to officially register and pay for the spot in the program.

Final Filming:
Following our final rehearsal session, all performers will need to film their pieces and send in to the email provided. They will then be put together by a professional film editor in a final film version and streamed online.

Audition Form:

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