Behind these doors lie the portal to a thousand worlds and the promise of a million souls.
Some of the best talent from the Peninsula have been assembled in the cast of Clybourne Park written by Bruce Norris. The play is a Hampton Roads premiere and PCT is taking a bold move by bringing this important work to our stage. Directed by Eileen Engle, the show delves into issues of race and digs deeply into this raw but relevant conversation. We take a look during Act 1 from the perspective of the late 1950s and then in Act 2 we look at these issues from today's perspective. The cast is made up of local stage veterans and some new faces to our stage as well. Cast includes: Rob Fortner (Jim/Tom); John Cauthen (Karl/Steve); Kathleen Walden (Bev/Kathy); Ben Jenkins (Russ/Dan); Kim Sypniewski (Betsy/Lindsey); Nerissa Thompson (Francine/Lena); and a new comer to stage Alvin Saunders (Albert/Kevin). Between John, Kathleen, and Rob; they have amassed over 250 stage credits in the last 20 years. Come join us for a night of thought provoking theatre filled with drama, laughter, and entertainment. Mature Themes and Adult Language.
Peninsula Community Theatre is pleased to announce auditions for A Tuna Christmas by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard.
Directed by Paul Workman
Sunday, October 5th, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Monday, October 6th, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Performance Dates: November 28th to December 14th (Friday and Saturday evenings, Sunday afternoons).
Rehearsal dates: October 13th through November 26th - Monday-Thursday nights 7-10. Final dress rehearsal will be on Wednesday, Nov. 26th, the day before Thanksgiving, and opening night is the day after Thanksgiving. Please note all conflicts on your audition form.
It's Christmas in the third smallest town in Texas, and everything that can go wrong is. The local production of a Christmas Carol is about to have the lights shut off, the yard decorating contest is getting brutal, and the Christmas Phantom is on the loose. Director Matt Downey is looking for actors with comedic zest and incredible endurance to take the audience on this laugh-a-minute, wild holiday romp through the stress, trauma, and joy that is Christmas.
NOTE: While the script is written for two men, the director is not set on using men only. All actors over 18 are encouraged to audition. Also, while the plan is to keep the cast to only two actors, the cast may be expanded slightly. As always, it all depends on the turn out for auditions, so come on out!
Please come prepared with 60-90 seconds of a comedic monologue of other material. The director is looking for comedy, you have a minute or so. Get creative and make him laugh. You may be asked to read from the script.
If needed, callbacks will take place at 7:00PM on Tuesday, October 7th.
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