Upcoming Auditions:

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Auditions for

Invisible Eddie

A British comedy.

Written by Becky Kimsey.
Directed by Becky Kimsey.

Open Auditions for the brand-new British Comedy Invisible Eddie Written and Directed by Becky Kimsey.

When: Saturday December 28th & Sunday the 29th
2pm both days at SCT.

Runs three weeks: Feb. 28, 29 – Mar. 1,5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations and language.

No need to prepare a monologue…but by all means, brush up on your British, Irish and Cockney accents!

The synopsis and roles are listed below with the required dialect listed for each character.

Character Breakdown

Eddie Bowers: A repressed introvert. (English accent) 20-40

Mary Bowers: Eddie’s anxious older sister. (English accent) 30-50

George Carey: Mary’s mischievous fiancée. (Irish accent) 30-50

Ms. Dover: Saucy Landlady (Cockney accent) 50-60

Bonny Carey: Kind, clever & blind (Irish or English accent) 20-40

*Conrad: Unhandy handyman (Cockney accent) 50-60

*Dr. Hans Zoff: Drunken Hypnotherapist (German accent) 50-60

*Mr. Sexton: Eddie’s hot-headed boss (English accent) 50-60

Jerry: Naive barkeep (English accent) 30-60 (Only in Act II)

*Possible doubling for the roles of Conrad, Zoff and Sexton.
Auditions will be cold readings from the script.
No prepared monologues needed!

NOTE:

All those who are auditioning for the role of Eddie must be comfortable undressing on stage (down to his briefs/boxers) during performances.

This will not be expected of you at the audition!

Synopsis

Eddie is an introvert who is still living in his sister Mary’s London flat.

When he loses his job, Mary and her fiancé George decide to have
Eddie hypnotized to make him feel “invincible” around strangers.
Unfortunately, the Hypnotist (who has had a few too many) mistakenly
convinces Eddie that he is “Invisible” around strangers instead.
Throw in a cockney super, a lustful landlady, a blustering boss, a
blind Bonny and a baited barkeep at the Cock and Poppy Pub and
you’ve got yourself a cracking good British comedy!

If you have any questions, contact Becky at: beckylee.kimsey@gmail.com.

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Auditions for

Love, Lies & The Doctor’s Dilemma. A comedic farce.

Written by Michael Parker & Susan Parker.

Directed by Courtney Ransom.

Runs three weeks: Apr. 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations.

Little white lies create mistaken identities and chaos in this enchanting love story. A new farce by the authors of Sex Please, We’re Sixty!

Audition dates: February 8th and 9th, 2p to 5p both days..  For audition questions, contact Courtney Ransom at ransom_courtney@yahoo.com.

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Auditions for

All Shook Up. A musical.

Written by Joe Dipietro.

Music by Stephen Oremus.

Directed by Kelliey Chavez.

Runs for four weeks: May 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 31 – June 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 2020.

Rated: Mild language.

The music of Elvis comes alive in All Shook Up. Inspired by Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, All Shook Up follows a small Midwestern town that is thrown into a frenzy with the arrival of Chad, a good-looking, motorcycle-riding roustabout, who rides from town to town with a guitar on his back, blue suede shoes on his feet, and a song in his heart to change the town forever. All Shook Up is a rocking, heartwarming tale about following dreams, opening up to love, and the power of music.

Audition dates: contact Kelliey Chavez at Kelliey@bluerealm.net.

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Auditions for

Moonlight & Magnolias. A comedy.

Written by Ron Hutchinson.

Directed by Greg Culet.

Runs three weeks: July 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 2020.

Rated: Adult situations and language.

1939 Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production on his new epic, Gone with the Wind. The screenplay, you see, just doesn’t work. So what’s an all-powerful movie mogul to do?  He locks the doors, closes the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, he, famed screenwriter Ben Hecht and Wizard of Oz director Victor Fleming labor over five days, playing all the parts and staging fight scenes, to fashion a screenplay that will become one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.

Auditions:  May 2nd and 3rd at 2:00. For audition questions, contact Greg Culet at gmort2009@hotmail.com.