Casting Call at The Studio Players
Be part of the true heart of community theater by being cast in upcoming performances at The Studio Players. Lead and supporting roles for first time actors and actresses and premier roles for the advanced performer. Find the role that is perfect for you and experience the gratification of spreading joy to the community of Naples in this creative and inviting setting that is The Studio Players.
DON'T TALK to the Actors - A Comedy by Tom Dudzick
Monday, April 1, 2019 @ 7pm-9pm – appointment not necessary, only if you can’t make the date of April 1st.
Performance Dates: July 4-21st
Read Through – Wednesday, May 22nd All rehearsal are at 7pm weekdays & (Saturday, 5pm)
Rehearsal dates May 29,31,June3,5,7, 8th-5pm,10,12,14,15th-5pm, 17,19,21,22nd-5pm, 24,26,28, 29th-5pm, July 1st-July 4th- Opening July 5th. (Additional rehearsals may be added)
The Studio Players
Golden Gate Community Center’s – Joan Jenks Auditorium.
4701 Golden Gate Parkway – Naples, Florida 34116
ABOUT THE SHOW
The best laid plans go awry when the cast and crew of a Broadway-bound play resort to manipulation, diva-like behavior, and chaotic abandon to get what they want. Fledgling playwright Jerry Przpezniak and his fiancée are a couple of Buffalo greenhorns suddenly swept up in the whirlwind of New York’s theater scene when Jerry’s play is optioned for the big money, ego-driven world of Broadway. It’s a young playwright’s dream, but the crazy characters and dilemmas they encounter are the things theatrical nightmares are made of.
Jerry Przpezniak: Male, can play 30-39 — Innocent playwright living his dream (he thinks…) of having his show produced on Broadway; likable, excited but possibly in over his head.
Arlene Wyniarski: Female, can play 25-30 — Jerry’s fiancée, a teacher suddenly thrust into the New York theatre scene; a “wisp of a girl”; sometimes naïve and star struck. (Note: some physical comedy involved)
Mike Policzek: Male, can play 50-60 — Chicago theatrical director who handles crises with ease and grace; friendly and laid back, but thoroughly competent and professional.
Curt Logan: Male, can play 55-65 — Former TV star seeking a vehicle to put him back in spotlight; well-preserved with a large presence and ego; some find him charming while most find him bombastic.
Beatrice Pomeroy: Female, can play 55-65 — Night club entertainer/belter of bawdy songs/Curt’s TV wife years ago; though loud and brassy, she has a gentle soul. (Note: Beatrice sings as part of her act, but the actress playing her does not need to be a singer)
Lucinda/Louis Shaw: Female, can play 30-39 — British, in-demand stage manager; physically a mess; very good at her job but not so great at relationships. (Note: role may also be played by a male, becoming Louis Shaw, a gay Brit with a boyfriend)
SIDES -Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Resumes and head shots are appreciated but not required. Please bring known conflicts for the period between May 29-July 4th
For more information, please contact director Scott Lilly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 239.398.9192
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Stage Manager for DON’T TALK to the Actors
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