MINI FESTIVAL 2 AUDITIONS
GEORGE WASHINGTON’S TEETH
By MARK ST. GERMAIN
Directed by MICHAEL J. FROHNHOEFER
SUN OCT 2 | 1pm
Performances: DECEMBER 2 & 3
The women of the beleaguered New Bunion Historical Society must find creative ways to lure visitors to their sleepy New England town. When a set of George Washington’s dentures turns up in the hands of an unexpected rival, they brace themselves for all-out war.
CASTING:HESTER BUNION – President of the New Bunion Historical Society and its oldest member. Descendant of New Bunion’s 1705 founder, Sampson Bunion. Authoritative, proud. White.ANN MATHER – Wife of Jayden Mather, wealthy partner in the Mather and Mather investment firm. Stylish, attractive, composed. One-time trophy wife. White.EDIE PLOTZ – Florist. Narcoleptic. Knows every birth, death, and affair in town. Middle-aged. High spirited, eccentric, nervous, eager to please. White.JESS WILDER – College-aged. Real-world smart. Swagger, bubbly, sparkles. White.LOUISA TYE – Descendant of one of New Bunion’s first settlers. Scholar. Scholarly, witty, wise. Black.NARRATOR, MAYOR RONALD RICE, BIG JIM, ANNOUNCER – Voice-overs. Male
GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Directed by ANDREW KARL
SUN OCT 2 | 3pm
Performances: DECEMBER 3 & 4
Beau has spent his life trying to blend into a world that told him to be invisible. Rufus lives his life openly and becomes fascinated with the much older Beau. Falling into a whirlwind affair, over a decade, they navigate a relationship neither expect, but on which both depend. This is a bittersweet, funny romance about being a gay man in the 21st century, and finding love along the way.
Beau: An older gay man (plays 61 to 75). A gentle but hardened musician. Cultured and traveled. From everywhere and nowhere. New Orleans accent.
Rufus: A young gay man (plays 28 to 42). A passionate, manic lawyer. An old soul. Suffers from bipolar depression. Posh English accent.