The Other Place
â€¨by Sharr White
Directed by Steven Pounders
Performance Dates are May 1 â€“ May 24 and rehearsals begin April 7.
Hope and Gravity
â€¨by Michael Hollinger
Directed by Harry Parker
Performance Dates are June 19 â€“ July 19 and rehearsals begin May 26.
Stella and Lou
â€¨by Bruce Graham
Directed by Robin Armstrong
Performance Dates are August 21 â€“ September 20 and rehearsals begin July 28.
General Auditions for all three shows:
Sunday, February 23, beginning at 2pm.
The Other Place:
Monday, March 3, beginning at 6pm
Hope and Gravity:
Tuesday, March 4, beginning at 6pm
Stella & Lou:
Tuesday, March 11, beginning at 6pm
The Other Place
Juliana Smithton is an intelligent and successful neurologist whose life is coming apart. Her husband filed for divorce, her daughter eloped with a much older man and her own health is uncertain. In this brilliantly crafted script, nothing is as it seems. Piece by piece, a mystery unfolds as fact blurs with fiction, past collides with present, and the elusive truth finally surfaces. From beginning to end, The Other Place
is compelling, heartbreaking, terrifying, and haunting.
JULIANA â€“ a sharply charismatic scientist, 40â€™s - 50â€™s
IAN â€“ Julianaâ€™s husband, an oncologist, 50â€™s
THE WOMAN â€“ portrays Dr. Cindy Teller, a neurbiologist; Laurel, Juliana and Ianâ€™s daughter; and a woman, late 20â€™s - early 30â€™s
THE MAN â€“ portrays Richard Sillner and Bobby, a nurse, late 30â€™s
Hope and Gravity
Just as an elevator starts and stops on random floors, nine different stories are connected by a simple twist of fate. This nonlinear play travels backward and forward in time as each character experiences the highs and lows of relationships and chance encounters. Their universal quest for life, love and happiness results in both comedy and tragedy. As the play draws to its inevitable closing, two strangers must decide whether or not to risk taking a momentous leap of faith.
MARTY â€“ man, 40's-50's
DOUGLAS â€“ man, 40's-50's
PETER â€“ man, 30's-40's
HAL â€“ man, 30's-40's
TANYA â€“ woman, 30's-40's
NAN â€“ woman, 30's-40's
STEVE â€“ man, 20's
JILL â€“ woman, 20's
BARB â€“ woman, 20's
Stella & Lou
This romantic comedy proposes that a second chance at love is still possible, even for two people with a lot of miles on them. Lou is just about to close up his bar for the night when Stella, one of his favorite regulars, walks in. The two friends are sharing their usual comfortable conversation, when Stella suddenly reveals an unexpected surprise and even more startling suggestion. As the two deal with the difficult decisions they now face, they reflect on their pasts and look ahead to the future. In Stella & Lou
, playwright Bruce Graham examines "the human condition" with a kind heart and a gentle sense of humor.
LOU â€“ the owner of the bar, 50's-60's
STELLA â€“ a nurse at a crossroads in her life, 40's-60â€™s
DONNIE â€“ soon to be married, needs to lose a few pounds, 30â€™s
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Equity & Non-Equity roles are available.
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Housing and transportation are not provided for out of town hires.
Perusal copies are available at Circle Theatre and at S.T.A.G.E. (for members only).
Auditions will consist of sides and monologues from the scripts. Actors are strongly encouraged to present a prepared 1-2 minute contemporary monologue.
Auditions will be held at:
230 West Fourth Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
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