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Audition Notice:

Playhouse Black Box Series Auditions 
December 12th & 13 at 7pm - 10pm (open call)
Stonzek Studio Theatre

New Country by Mark Roberts
Directed by Daniel Eilola

*One minute contemporary monologue
*Be prepared to read from the script
*Heavy southern accents needed for some roles.

Uncle Jim - 60/70's, Justin's outrageous and politically incorrect pig farming uncle  (Role has already been cast)

Paul - 40's/50's, authoritative, controlling country music manager; can be persuasive & manipulative; strong Southern accent; often has a lot to say.

Justin - Early to mid-20's, handsome, swaggering country music star; strong Southern accent; totally sure of his own entitlement.

Chuck - country music manager; strong Southern accent; a bit ridiculous; convinced that he deserves what he wants.

Ollie - early 20's, hotel staff; assertive, very ambitious; strong Southern accent; requires great comic timing.

Sharon - Mid 30's, Justin's vigilante, scorned ex-girlfriend. 

**Please note this production contains very strong language and adult situations**

Production Dates:

February 2nd - 12th, 2017

For further information please contact Daniel Eilola at daniel@lakeworthplayhouse.org



A Comedy by:  Nathan Sanders

January 10 and 11, 2017 at the Lake Worth Playhouse, 7:00pm, no appointment necessary.  Doors to the auditions will open at 6:30 and will be first come first see. 

Please prepare:  Find a story you would like to tell the director, it can be a story from childhood or something passed down through your family.  No longer than one minute, we will also be reading from the script. 

Director:  Teresa Vignau

In this Southern Gothic comedy of romance, murder and alien abduction, the Nettle sisters are determined to escape spinsterhood—Willie Mae by going to Salt Lake and finding a good Mormon husband and Faye by hopping on the spaceship when the "space people" return for another visit. We meet Faye and Willie Mae as they return home to their ramshackle swamp dwelling in Sugar Bean, Florida, after a disastrous daytrip to Disney World, where Willie lost her prized Eva Gabor wig on Space Mountain. Having witnessed the landing of an alien space craft some 25 years ago in her daddy's sugarcane field, Faye prepares for the return of her celestial visitors on this night, the very anniversary of that fateful day. A disturbance in the sugarcane field lures the sisters outside to investigate, and Faye recalls how their infamous daddy claimed to have witnessed dead folk walking through Sugar Bean on a similar night many years before. A strange bird-like woman suddenly appears out of the darkness of Buster Swamp, setting in motion a chain of extraordinary events. Lies begin to unravel and the truth is revealed as the Sugar Bean Sisters hatch a diabolical plot to ensure the space people's return.

For more information or any questions please contact Artistic Director, Jodie Dixon-Mears at 561-586-6169 ext. 204 or Jodie@lakeworthplayhouse.org




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