MAX & LOUIE PRODUCTIONS ANNOUNCE EQUITY AND NON-EQUITY AUDITION FOR “LOOKING FOR NORMAL”
Written By Jane Anderson
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SPT 4 with health and pension included.
AUDITIONS TIME & LOCATION
Urban Ballroom @ .Zack – 3224 Locust St, St Louis, MO 63103 (4th Floor)
Saturday February 29 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Sunday March 1, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Monday March 2, Call Backs 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Producing Artistic Director – Stellie Siteman
Managing Director – De Kaplan
Director – David New
REHEARSAL / PERFORMANCE DATES
1st Rehearsal June 22, 2020
1st Preview July 16, 2020
Opening July 17, 2020
Closing July 26, 2020
Jane Anderson’s bittersweet transgender domestic comedy-drama explores the complexity of marriage, family, and deconstructs the very notion of love. What do you do when a person you have loved for twenty-five years suddenly becomes someone else?
Roy – middle-American and middle-aged – A comfortable guy’s guy. Works in quality control at John Deere.
Irma – Roy’s wife. middle-American and middle-aged – No nonsense Midwestern wife and mother.
Wayne – their son, early 20’s, a roadie.
Patty Ann – their daughter, 13, a tomboy. She should convincingly straddle childhood and puberty.
Reverend Muncie – their pastor
Roy Senior – Roy’s father, a farmer – cranky, ailing, rapidly aging.
Em – Roy’s mother, a farmer’s wife – embodies Midwestern decency and restraint.
Frank – Roy’s boss at the John Deere plant.
Grandmother Ruth – Roy’s grandmother from another time.
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