Auditions for "Inspecting Carol" Play.
Performances will be December 9-11 and 16-18.
Cold readings from the script will be a part of the process.
"A Christmas Carol meets The Government Inspector meets Noises Off in this hilarious hit from Seattle." That's what publishing house Samuel French says about Inspecting Carol. A man who asks to audition at a small theatre is mistaken for an informer for the National Endowment for the Arts. Everyone caters to the bewildered wannabe actor and he is given a role in the current production, A Christmas Carol. Everything goes wrong and hilarity is piled upon hilarity. Perfect anytime, this delight is particularly appropriate at Christmas.
Zorah Bloch - founding director of The Soapbox Playhouse. Age 40-60. Extremely self-concerned.
Sidney Carlton - Age 50-70. A founding member of the company. Kind but somewhat addled
Larry Vauxhall - Age 40-60. Tough, intellectually vain child of the 1960s, still looking for a turn-on. A founding member.
Phil Hewlitt - Age 40-60. Obsessive. Usually plays the ineffectual character in any production. A founding member.
Walter E. Parsons - African-American. Age 25-55. Recently taken up acting again after a stint in the armed forces. Good-natured, excitable.
Keven Emery - Age 25-55. Nervous. In the impossible position of managing director. Afraid of Zorah.
Bart Frances - Age 20-40. Pleasant. Small role.
Wayne Wellacre - Age 25-45. In search of a new career in acting. Has no training and less talent. Affable and eager to please.
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