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The Public House Theatre is seeking non-equity actors for its production of Loose Knit, a comedy of manners written by Theresa Rebeck. Actors of all types, ethnicities, and gender identities are encouraged to apply.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Lily||Female||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Lily - (20s/30s, no set race) Controlled and repressed; carefully conceals the imperfections of her life until she can no longer maintain the façade. Liz's sister; married to Bob.|
|Liz||Female||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Liz - (20s/30s, no set race) A journalist; intelligent and easygoing, but struggling to live up to expectations; constantly living in Lily's shadow. Having an affair with Bob.|
|Paula||Female||African American||25-30||Paula - (20s/30s, African-American) A therapist and a keen observer; usually stays cool and collected as chaos unfolds in front of her.|
|Gina||Female||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Gina - (20s/30s, no set race) A lawyer; uses knitting as her escape; the more her life falls to pieces, the more sweaters and scarves she makes. (Can be interpreted as a more comedic role - Gina is the one who insists that one must befriend one's knitting needles.)|
|Bob||Male||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Bob - (20s/30s, no set race) Lily's husband; a creative type who lacks ambition; is having an affair with Liz.|
|Miles||Male||Any Ethnicity||25-30||Miles - (20s/30s, no set race) A rich and powerful businessman seeking the perfect woman; unafraid to speak his mind; charming but sinister|