Auditions, October 22, 2017 at 6:30 pm.

On the Main StageRumors runs from February 23 – March 31 (13 shows with 2 matinees on March 11 and 28. No show on Good Friday, March 30).
Rumors is a madcap farce by world-famous playwright Neil Simon. Set in a large home just outside of New York City in May 1988, the characters are arriving as guests at the 10th Anniversary dinner of Deputy Mayor Charley Brock and his wife Myra. The first couple to arrive discover that Charley has apparently attempted suicide...unsuccessfully. Myra is nowhere to be found and neither are the servants. As more guests arrive, there are cover-ups, deceptions, mistaken identities, and a lot of huge laughs.

Audition date and time: Sunday, October 22, 2017, 6:30 pm

Location: CentreStage Upper Performance Centre
What: Cold reading from script. Be prepared to move around.
Director: Junie Hutchinson

Producer: Bryen Stoddard

Roles Available: 
Note: This is an ensemble play with 10 characters. Character age is somewhat flexible. The primary concern is that couples look like they “go together”. General age range for the entire cast, ideally, would be from 30s to 50s (mid-20s to 60s if you can play older or younger).
Chris Gorman (F) - Chris is a contracts lawyer married to lawyer Ken. They have one young male child. She is nervous and neurotic. She recently quit smoking so has taken to drinking instead. This role involves physical comedy, smoking prop cigarettes and adult language.
Cookie Cusack (F) – Cookie is married to psychiatrist Ernie and is the host of her own cooking show. She is garish, a bit ditzy, and has a bad back. She is used to being pampered and thinks a lot of herself. This role involves quite a bit of physical comedy (including crawling on floor) and some adult language.
Cassie Cooper (F) - Cassie is politician Glenn Cooper’s trophy wife. She is sexy, insecure, shrewish, spoiled, jealous. She is a New Ager and uses a crystal for energy. She doesn’t want to be at the party and is constantly fighting with Glenn. She uses adult language.
Sargent Ben Welch (M) – This is a minor role. Welch is on stage for about half of Act 2 and has a 2/3 page monologue. Welch is a veteran police officer in line for a promotion. He is a no-nonsense NYC cop.
If you are unable to attend on October 22 but would like to audition, please contact Junie to schedule another time, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.