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Casting play, “A Goat, A Ghost and a Guiness” by THE FLARE PRODUCTIONS. 

Aurora McClennan, dir.; Carling Tedesco, assist. Dir.; Theodore McClennan, SM; Sparrow Gonzalez, ASM; Bea Postma, lead prod.


This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy. We are able to accept submissions from both union, and non-union performers. This is a profit share production.


All performers must be at least double vaccinated. 


THE FLARE emphasizes equity and inclusivity in our casting process. 

Actors of all races, ethnicities, body types, and physical abilities are encouraged to audition; especially seeking to showcase BIPOC, LGBTQ, and feminine, non-binary & gender-nonconforming performers. 


Protocols will be taken for actor/crew safety in light of Covid-19, including cast and crew double vaxx requirement. 


All performers must be Toronto based, or willing to travel to Toronto.



  • Submit your headshot, resume, and a link to a 60-second maximum cut of monologue written post 1990 via the GGG Audition Form no later than Thursday, Feb. 15th at midnight. 


  • Please begin your video by slating your name, height, location and agency (if applicable).

  • On YouTube, please make your video setting PUBLIC or UNLISTED. Please set the video title as “[YOUR NAME] GGG Submission.” 


  • Optionally, you may submit an up to 30 second piece of text demonstrating your best Irish accent.


  • Within the form if you would like, please note your pronouns along with the role(s) you’re interested in auditioning for.  All actors will be considered for roles of all genders. 



Synopsis: A dark comedy of generational trauma, trust, love and a good pint, set in rural County Kerry, Ireland. In the vein of Derry Girls, Little Miss Sunshine and Martin McDonagh.


TW/CW: mentions and allusions to terrorism, references to death, sexual content and language, references to misscarriage and loss of pregnancy, coarse language, mild alcohol consumption, mentions and descriptions of violence, references to self harm and attempted suicide. 


ROLES include: 


Gráinne - the eldest Ó Súilleabháin. She’s overprotective, set in her ways and cares more for others than she ever could for herself.


Maura - the middle Ó Súilleabháin. She’s perpetually grumpy, and lost in life. She doesn’t give or take, just lets life happen to her.


Bláithín - the youngest Ó Súilleabháin. She’s the life of the party–loud, self absorbed, and desperate for attention.


Lorcan - Gráinne’s husband. He’s strong willed, a pot stirrer and a hard worker. And He’ll fight anyone who upsets Gráinne.


Donnel - Maura’s on and off boyfriend. He’s your typical man–he likes sports, beer and girls, and not much else. He’s got a bad reputation, but it might not be so deserved.


Rhys - Ó Súilleabháin family friend. They’re sensitive, kind hearted and quiet.


Nat - Bláithín’s fiance, Canadian. Constantly has to act as a mediator to this mess of a family. They’re well adjusted albeit tired.


Taylor - An American visiting. Sometimes ditzy, sometimes brilliant, but always trying to make friends and make people happy.


Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations 

Rehearsals: Begin April 1st

Performances: May 16th-May 19th at The Al Green Theatre

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