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RIVER CITY PLAYERS ANNOUNCE SPRING PLAY AUDITIONS

RIVER CITY PLAYERS  ANNOUNCE   SPRING PLAY AUDITIONS

The River City Players are calling all actors with or without experience.   We will hold auditions for their spring comedy, “AND THEN I WROTE” by Jack Sharkey on Monday, February 23rd, 2015 and Wednesday, February 25th, 2015.  Auditions will be held at the Trails Regional Library in their meeting room downstairs. Please enter through the backdoor for auditions. The Library is located at 1008 Main Street, Lexington, MO 64067. Auditions will be held from from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The cast calls for 4 men and 4 women of various ages (21 years and over).  The audition process is informal. It will consist of cold readings from the script. Actors auditioning may read for one or more parts. RCP welcomes all to audition with or without previous theater experience.

RCP is also looking for crew members with or without experience to help with back stage and set building responsibilities.

Play dates are APRIL 17-18, 2015 and APRIL  24-25, 2015.  Sharon Propst will direct the production. For more information, please contact RCP Board Member: Sharon Propst (816) 877-7114 or visit the  RCP web site at:   <http://www.rcplayers.org>  or on the River City Players FaceBook Page.

Story of the Play: In this riotous showbiz comedy a producer, his secretary and associates try to re write an epic drama by a young playwright into a broad farce. A vicious gossip columnist tries to blackmail the producer into marriage while a scatterbrained old character actor erroneously creates the impression that the leading lady has died. The author, also an apprentice mortician, is appalled by the histrionics that accompany the opening of a Broadway show. As the columnist draws mistaken conclusions that this show is really a cover for a bizarre murder cult, the rest of the group foster this impression and substitute a lady undertaker in the role of the much alive leading lady. Mistaken identities, romance, and silly situations combine to keep the audience laughing through three acts of hilarity.  

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