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48 hour sign out scripts are available at the Richland Library.
Auditions are held at the Richland Players theater at 7:00 unless otherwise noted. Please see below for a special time for the next auditions.
Generally auditions consist of filling out an audition form containing contact details and theater experience then the director chooses participants to read passages from the script.
2014-15 Season Audition Schedule
Once Upon a Mattress - May 25 & 26, June 1 & 2
The Turn of the Screw - August 10 & 11
Inspecting Carol - October 5 & 6
The Sleeper - December 7 & 8
Barefoot in the Park - February 15 & 16
a romantic comedy by Neil Simon
Auditions are Sunday, February 15 & Monday, February 16 at 7 pm at the Theater
Performances: May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 2015 at 8:00 PM; May 10 & 17, 2015 at 2:00 PM
Directed by Carolyn Parker
Assistant Director Sandy Pierce
Produced by Christy Humann
In this classic, comedic romp, newlyweds Paul and Corie Bratter are proof positive that opposites attract. He's a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer; she's a free spirit. But they quickly discover married life is no paradise, having to endure a new apartment that's falling to pieces, surprise visits from Corie's overly protective mother, and the antics of their eccentric neighbor-in-the-attic, Velasco. Paul doesn't understand Corie's impulsiveness, while she wants him to be more spontaneous. Maybe running "barefoot in the park" would be a start?
This Tony Award-winner went on to become iconic playwright Neil Simon's first and longest running theatrical hit when it premiered 50 years ago.
There are roles for 3 Men and 2 Women.
Questions? Contact Carolyn Parker
CORIE BRATTER: Early 20ís
A carefree young newlywed, busily trying to set up and decorate the new home she shares with her husband, Paul.
PAUL BRATTER: Mid to late 20ís
Corieís husband, a young lawyer with a dry wit who likes to stay in his comfort zone.
MS. ETHEL BANKS: Late 40ís, Early 50ís
Corieís cautious mother who is willing to endure anything for her daughter, even a strange escapade around New York City.
MR. VICTOR VELASCO: Mid 50ís
The Brattersí eccentric, bohemian neighbor who lives in the attic of the brownstone, just above their apartment.
TELEPHONE MAN: 35 to 50
A good-humored man who makes observations on everyday life and relationships as he installs and fixes telephones.