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Red Rover Theatre Company will hold auditions for its fourth production, ASYLUM IN GEORGIA, on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019.
AUDITIONS will be held at TPS (fourth floor, Armory building, Seattle Center) on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. in Studio D.
BRING A 2-MINUTE MONOLOGUE, HEAD SHOT AND RESUME.
CALLBACKS will be Sunday, Dec. 15 from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. in Studio E.
REHEARSALS will begin in January, Sun-Thurs, 7-10 pm.
PERFORMANCES will be Thursdays – Saturday, Feb. 13-29, 2020, with one Sunday matinee on Feb. 23, for a total of 10 performances at West of Lenin, 203 N. 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103.
ASYLUM IN GEORGIA, by John C. Davenport, will be directed by Cindy Giese French.
SYNOPSIS: A Texas TV anchorwoman on “administrative leave” (the result of an on-air meltdown) comes to the tiny Georgia town of Throckmorton, which she had visited as a girl. She meets a few of the locals, some of whom are a little short on Southern hospitality. She has just dropped off her son (who has his own issues) to start college in Atlanta. But the big questions concern a pile of bricks in Throckmorton that may provide some answers about her late father. And did we mention it's a comedy?
Auditioning for all characters:
Dobber, 50s or older: Rumpled regular in the general store in the small Georgia town of Throckmorton.
Pauletta, 40s to 50s: Anxious TV anchor from Lubbock, Texas, who comes to Throckmorton to resolve one of the bigger gaping holes in her life.
Gussie, 40s to 50s: Runs the general store and owns most of the town.
Shari: Offstage voice of Pauletta’s phone, has a mind of her own.
Daniel, early 20s: Pauletta’s son, starting college at Georgia Tech and dealing with his own issues.
Mathis, 40s to 50s: A local surveyor who has resisted the advances of Gussie for years, but attracts the interest of Pauletta.
Edgar Patterson, 50s or older: Runs the library in Throckmorton, former mayor, knows where the bodies are buried.
Patsy, 40s to 50s: Pauletta’s “vagabond” sister who comes to Throckmorton from New
Orleans to help her.
Bo-Bo, 40s to 50s: A local who is a former childhood friend of Pauletta’s; two tours in Iraq have had an effect.
Brock and Lolly: Questionable characters from Atlanta. They will be double-cast with Bo-Bo and Shari.