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When 23 year old Walt Mendez (Dan Rosales) gets a survival job at a struggling low level NYC talent agency, his rage-aholic boss (Julie Halston) has a heart attack on the first day, leaving him alone, clueless and in charge. His shady ex-boyfriend conveniently resurfaces, coming on strong and making the job suddenly much more attractive. All heard through his headset at the office, “Rolling Calls” is a hilariously dark comedy in the vein of “Call My Agent” and “Hacks”- and makes the listener a fly on the wall as Walt tries to conquer show business…if it doesn’t kill him first. With an all-star cast including Julie Halston, Richard Kind, Matt Doyle, Wesley Taylor, Luis Miranda, Erin Davie, Brittney Mack, Andrea Macasaet, Orville Mendoza and more, this comedy will be your new aural addiction.

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As The Curtain Rises proudly supports the Entertainment Community Fund and is a sponsored project of IFP (www.ifp.org).

THE CAST

Andrea Macasaet

as Teegan

 

Luis A. Miranda, Jr.

as Walt Senior

 

Brittney Mack

as Amanda

 

Matt Doyle

as Kirk Savage

 

Dan Rosales

as Walt Mendez

 

Richard Kind

as Spencer

 

Julie Halston

as Dina Levine

 

Wesley Taylor

as Noah

 

Andrea Macasaet

as Teegan

 

Brittney Mack

as Amanda

 

Dan Rosales

as Walt Mendez

 

Julie Halston

as Dina Levine

 

Luis A. Miranda, Jr.

as Walt Senior

 

Matt Doyle

as Kirk Savage

 

Richard Kind

as Spencer

 

Wesley Taylor

as Noah

 

Adam Heller

as Bruce

 

Erin Davie

as Marlene

 

Orville Mendoza

as Himself

 

Ben Davis

as Himself

 

Jeff Kready

as multiple voices

 

Rashidra Scott

as Herself

 

Cathryn Wake

as Farah

 

Jill Abramovitz

as multiple voices

 

Scarlett Strallen

as Pippa

 

David Rossmer

as Marty

 

Ramin Karimloo

Josh Breckenridge

as Himself

 

E. Faye Butler

as Herself

 

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Mary McGowan

as all the automated voices

 

Adam Heller

as Bruce

 

Ben Davis

as Himself

 

Cathryn Wake

as Farah

 

David Rossmer

as Marty

 

E. Faye Butler

as Herself

 

Erin Davie

as Marlene

 

Jeff Kready

as multiple voices

 

Jill Abramovitz

as multiple voices

 

Ramin Karimloo

Josh Breckenridge

as Himself

 

Orville Mendoza

as Himself

 

Rashidra Scott

as Herself

 

Scarlett Strallen

as Pippa

 

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Mary McGowan

as all the automated voices

 

Written by Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen

GORDON GREENBERG is a writer and director based in New York City. He previously collaborated with Steve Rosen on The Secret of My Success (Director & co-book, Joseph Jefferson nomination), Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors (Off-Broadway, 2023), Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG Christmas Show (Old Globe, Bucks County), Crime and Punishment, a Comedy (Old Globe 2023) and the podcast Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors  (Broadway Podcast Network). Other work includes: The Picasso Project (Directing & Co-Writing with Stephen Schwartz) for Antonio Banderas, “Most Talkative” for NBC (creator, co-executive producer with Andy Cohen, Blumhouse), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf starring Calista Flockhart and Zachary Quinto (Geffen), the Tony nominated Broadway musical adaptation of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn (Director/Co-Writer), Piaf/Dietrich (Mirvish, Toronto), Guys & Dolls West End starring Rebel Wilson (Olivier Award nomination), Houdini (co-writing with Frank Wildhorn), Working (Drama Desk Award, Director & Co-Adaptor with Lin Manuel Miranda & Stephen Schwartz), Jacques Brel… (Zipper Theatre, New York), Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory, London) Tangled (Disney). He attended Stanford and NYU Film School – and is a Founding Curator at Ars Nova, an Associate Artist at The New Group and The Lincoln Center Directors Lab and is Co-Artistic Director of the Broadway Teachers Workshop.

STEVE ROSEN (he/him) is a writer, composer, lyricist and actor based in New York City. He previously collaborated with Gordon Greenberg on the the musical The Secret of My Success (co-book, Joseph Jefferson nomination), the plays Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors, and Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG Christmas Show as well as the podcast Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors  (Broadway Podcast Network). Their new play Crime and Punishment, a Comedy will premiere at the Old Globe in 2023. Rosen also co-wrote (with David Rossmer) the book, music, and lyrics of The Other Josh Cohen which was nominated for six Drama Desk Awards, as well as the Lucille Lortel and Off-Broadway Alliance Awards for Best New Musical. And most recently their new musical The Griswolds’ Broadway Vacation had its world premiere production at the 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle. He also co-created (with Rossmer, Sarah Saltzberg and Dan Lipton) the legendary Broadway improv/variety show Don’t Quit Your Night Job, writing material for artists like Sting, Sutton Foster, Zachary Levi and Sara Ramirez. Regional theaters that have produced his work include The Old Globe (CA), Denver Center (CO), Paramount Theatre (IL), Paper Mill Playhouse (NJ), Maltz Theater (FL), Geva (NY), and Bucks County Playhouse (PA). As an actor he originated principal roles in the Broadway productions of Monty Python’s SpamalotThe Farnsworth Invention and the 2009 revival of Guys and Dolls. He also frequently acts on film and television. He is an associate artist with The Civilians and got his BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. @stevierosen

Additional Production Credits

Directed by Gordon Greenberg

Edited and mixed by Bart Fasbender

Dialogue edit by Brett Ashleigh

Produced by Dori Berinstein, Alan Seales, and Kimberlee Garris for the Broadway Podcast Network

Line produced by Mary McGowan

Executive produced by Liz Armstrong

Produced through the Gotham Fiscal Sponsorship’s Sound & Light Project

Special thanks to Open Jar Studios

Rolling Calls celebrates the Entertainment Community Fund and Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, and thanks them for all they do on behalf of the theatre community.

Episodes

#6 - Opening Doors

#6 – Opening Doors

In the season finale, Walt’s efforts yield results as he tries to rebuild his friendship with Amanda. The agency’s fate is decided, and Walt makes plans for the future ...

Rolling Calls celebrates the Entertainment Community Fund and Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, and thanks them for all they do on behalf of the theatre community.

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