Stand and Deliver


In 1982, a new troublemaker hit Garfield High. He was tough. He was wild. He was willing to fight.
He was the new math teacher and together with one class, they proved to America they could… Stand and Deliver.

Stand and Deliver is the real-life story of math teacher Jaime Escalante and his personal mission of challenging his students to rise to their full learning potential. This award-winning, underdog story challenges all of us to reflect on our personal and cultural beliefs about class, ethnicity, education, and our shared American Dream - The pursuit of happiness. And even though Stand and Deliver is now over 30 years old, it is just as relevant as ever to the expectations we create for our students, our community, and our nation.

AUDITIONS July 15 & 16 FROM 7-9 PM

Director:Eurydice Saucedo | Co Director: Veronica Frescas

No acting experience necessary  

Seeking teen and adult actors 14 to 50+ years old - Especially actors of Hispanic origin and familiar with the Spanish Language.

 Performance Dates: Sept.7th Through Sept.  23rd, 2018


The Faculty: JAIME ESCALANTE - one of a kind PRINCIPAL MOLINA - tough guy with a heart RAQlTEL ORTEGA - a self-assured woman

The Students: JAVIER PERALES - a slim, middle-class boy TITO GUITANO - a new-wave math student/musician CLAUDIA CAMEJO - a moody and sexy fashion plate FRANCISCO "PANCHO" GARCIA - a car freak LUPE ESCOBAR - an outspoken flirt ANA DELGADO - a flower ready to bloom RAFAELA FUENTES - a recent immigrant from Guatemala ANGEL GUERRA a member of the Maravilla Gang

The Community: CHUCO – the macho leader of the Maravilla Gang ARMANDO - the janitor HECTOR DELGADO – Ana’s father DR. RAMIREZ - a yuppie Latino ETS official DR. PEARSON – an African-American ETS official

All auditionees should be prepared to perform any one of the monologues below or a one-minute monologue of their own choosing;



Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's audition process!




  Head shot and Resume welcomed.

The audition will consist of cold readings.

1-2 min monologue  either comedic or dramatic are welcomed.