Auditions in February for three one-act plays
The Jamestown Community Theatre will hold auditions for three one-act plays that will be held on the first weekend in April. The non-musicals are a mixture of drama and comedy.
For “The New Girl” by Vaughn McBridge, roles are needed for two older women living in a nursing home. For “The Fire-Breathing Lady and the Sugarplum Fairy” by Jason Milligan, roles are needed for an overbearing Southern stage mother and father, a elementaryschool teacher, a boy between the ages 7 and 8, a boy between the ages 11 and 13, a girl between the ages 8 and 10, a pizza delivery boy, and a female babysitter, who could be an older teen. For “Key Lime Pie” by Jason Milligan, roles are needed for a Southern woman in her mid-20s, her older sister, an elderly man and a nurse.
Auditions begin on Monday, Feb. 10, at the Bridges Annex at 2 Hammett Court. Children and teens who are auditioning should arrive at 6:30 p.m. with a parent or guardian. Adults should arrive at 7:15 p.m. While there is a limited amount of roles, there are other ways for people to get involved in the plays. To work behind the scenes, come to the auditions between 6:45 and 7:30 p.m. to speak with producer Michelle Gibbs.
No advance preparations are necessary. Those going away for February break should not be discouraged from trying out. Call Mary Wright at 741-9818 or email her at email@example.com to learn more. Those who audition must work or reside in Jamestown.