Witten by Lucy Kirkwood  
  Directed by To be determined  
  Audition Dates:  
  Sunday, November 27th - 2:00pm - 3:30pm  
  Monday, November 28th - 7:00pm - 8:30pm  
  Tuesday, November 29th - 7:00pm - 8:30pm  
  Audition Requirements:  
  Cold readings from the script  
  Please fill out our audition form PRIOR to your audtion  
  Rehearsals start late January typically 3 times per week  
  Please be conflict free for the week of February 20th leading up to opening on March 3rd  
  Do baby boomers owe the next generation anything? The children raises a profound question about whether having children sharpens, or diminishes; one’s sense of responsibility. In this, richly suggestive and beautifully written piece we find two retired nuclear scientists isolated in a remote seaside cottage while the world around them crumbles. That is until an old friend arrives with a frightening request.  
  Casting Requirements
2 Females, 1 Male - All Ethnicities 
  Character Descriptions  
  Hazel: - Female, 60-69
Retired nuclear physicist. Wife of Robin and grandmother to their four grandchildren. Cautious in nature, she practices yoga, rations her diet, and takes great efforts to sustain a healthy body and organized life. Domesticated and determined to maintain a sense of normalcy.
  Rose - Female, 60-69
Former colleague of Robin and Hazel. Childless by choice. Powerful and sexual in her prime. Now retired, she is on a mission to take responsibility and clean up after her generation’s actions. Warm, mysterious, and self-assured.
  Robin: Male, 60-69
Retired nuclear physicist. Hazel’s husband and father to their four adult children. He exudes charm and friendliness, but there’s an underlying sense of unease.
  By Branden Jacob-Jenkins  
  Directed by TBA  
  Audition Dates:  
  Sunday, February 5th 2:00pm - 3:30pm  
  Monday, February 6th 7:00pm - 8:30pm  
Tuesday, February 7th 7:00pm - 8:30pm
  Audition Requirements:  
  Cold readings from the script, possible inprov activities  
  Please fill out our audition form PRIOR to your audition  
  Rehearsals start mid - March typically 3 times per week  
  Please be conflict free for the week of April 10th leading up to opening on April 21st  
  What happens when we die? How do I prepare myself? What is the value of my life? In this modern retelling of Everyman, the most well-known and anthologized example of a medieval morality play; God sends Death to take Everyman, who stands in for all humankind, on his final journey. Along the way, Everyman meets characters who personify concepts such as Fellowship, Wisdom, Strength, and Discretion. However, they all abandon him, and he can only bring Good Deeds with him to gain entrance to heaven.  
  Casting Requirements  
  Roles available for 9 people ages 18 and above.  
  All genders & ethnicities will be considered  
  Performers should be comfortable in their own skins as they will potentially be seen in their underclothes  
  Character Descriptions  
  ACTOR 1: Usher, God & Understanding
ACTOR 2: Death
ACTOR 3: Girl & Time
ACTOR 4: Love
ACTOR 5: Everybody
ACTORS 6 – 9: Somebodies - these performers play: Friendship, Strength, Kinship, Beauty, Cousin, Mind, Stuff & Senses