Epilogue Theater is holding auditions for their March 2018 production of the romantic comedy, Lucky Me, by Robert Caisley. Parts are available for one woman and three men.
Sara Fine (stage age 35-45), if it weren’t for bad luck, she’d have no luck at all. Unlucky in love, life and pets, Sara refuses to give up. Sharing her home with her overprotective, grumpy and confused father, Leo (stage age 60-75), she dreams of something more. Her perpetually injured suitors all run away in self-preservation. Can her new neighbor, Tom, (stage age 35-45) be her knight in shining armor? Can he survive a relationship with Sara, or her father? Will Tom take advice from Yuri (Stage age 30-50)? This zany, nosy Ukrainian maintenance man is the comic relief in this romantic comedy. Perpetually injured from trying to help Sara, Yuri tries in vain to steer Tom away from this train-wreck of a family. Lucky Me is full of humor and crazy complex characters. Auditions for Lucky Me will take place at Epilogue Theater (1849 N Alabama St, Indianapolis, IN 46202) on Monday December 11th and Tuesday December 12th at 7pm.
Auditioners will read from the script. Production dates are March 2nd through the 18th. Rehearsals will begin in late January. Contact director, Susan Rardin for more information. Should you plan to audition for The Belfry’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, never fear; Lucky Me auditions are early, and these shows do not overlap. Participation in both shows is certainly possible.
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