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Mud Creek Players Present:
Sylvia by A. R. Gurney
Directed by Kimberly Biberstein
December 4th and 5th, 7 – 9 p.m.
Mud Creek Players
9740 E 86th St, Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Performances: February 9, 10, 16, 17, 18 (matinee), 23, 24
All Roles available (4):
Greg: 45-early 60s husband of Kate (both newly empty nesters who moved into NYC from suburbs) who is going through midlife crisis, enamored of rescued dog, Sylvia
Kate: 45- early 60s wife of Greg who is finding new passion in her career and not pleased with Greg bringing a dog into their lives
Sylvia: 20-30s young, energetic, funny, beautiful, sexy young woman playing a dog. Very physical role.
Tom/Phyllis/Leslie: 20-mid 40s man (younger than Greg) plays multiple roles including dog obsessed man, pretentious female friend of Kate, and androgynous psychotherapist
*Greg, Kate, and Sylvia do have a scene where they sing, however this is NOT a musical and good singing ability is not required
Auditions will comprise of reading from sides along with physical movement. No monologues are required.
If you require an alternative day or time for auditions or have further questions please PM Kimberly Biberstein or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for arrangements.
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