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Open audition announcement – DEAR BRUTUS/DRAMA
Anderson’s Mainstage Theatre
The ALLEY Theatre – 925 Jackson St, Anderson, Indiana 46016
Saturday, March 28 – 2 p.m.
Sunday, March 29 – 2 p.m.
4-5 Male Roles, 6 Female Roles (gender fluid audition for the character of Lob).
All roles are ADULT with the exception of ONE FEMALE YOUTH (age 16 +) role. One male and one female role are intended for ages 50+ actors.
*Please prepare a 1-2 minute dramatic monologue (does not need to be memorized). You will most likely be asked to read scenes from the play during auditions. Sides will be provided.
*An English accent is not required for auditions but the director might ask those auditioning if they can do an accent.
*If CALL BACKS are necessary, they will be held after Sunday’s auditions are over.
*Show runs May 21,22,23,29,30,31 (Be aware this show opens Memorial Day Weekend)
An odd assortment of guests are warned against going into the woods for it is Midsummer Eve (there is no woods in the neighborhood, but legend says that it sometimes appears). A philanderer, his young wife and the current object of his affections; an artist who has lost faith in himself and his wife who despises him; indolent lady and a delightful old couple venture into the forest that appears outside the windows and find dreams and desires answered. When they return, they gradually revert to their former state, but not without a memory of the wood.
DEAR BRUTUS was written by J.M. Barrie who also wrote PETER PAN.
Director – ERYNN ERWIN
Assistant Director – SEAN SMITH
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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