kaethe at caea.com
Wed Apr 2 14:14:06 EST 2003
The Sunshine Festival in Orillia is still accepting resumes for their
summer season production of Neil Simon's PLAZA SUITE.
They are looking for one male and one female who can play mid 40s to
early fifties and another male and female who can play in their
twenties. Versatility and comic ability a must.
Submit immediately to:
c/o Sunshine Festival Theatre
28 West St. North
Auditions will be held in late April.
First produced in New York in 1968 and starring George C. Scott and
Maureen Stapleton, Plaza Suite consists of three plays in "the life" of
the same hotel room. The first play, Visitor from Mamaroneck, is about a
suburban couple who takes the suite while their house is being painted.
It turns out to be their former honeymoon suite and the couple face the
consequences of their 23 or 24 (neither can remember) years of marriage.
Visitor from Hollywood deals with a movie producer who, after three
marriages, calls up a childhood sweetheart for a fling. Now a suburban
housewife, she turns out to be more than he expected. The last story in
Plaza Suite, Visitor From Forest Hills, is a farce about a mother and
father trying to get their daughter out of the bathroom and down the
hall to her wedding ceremony.
Equity members will be seen first at all open audition calls.
Equity members cast in this production will be engaged under an Equity
form of contract.
CAEA members: please bring your membership card to the audition.
Please direct all responses and inquiries directly to the theatre or
association listed in the e-drive notice.
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