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  • elisabethgoebel
    This is far afield from the Milwaukie area, but HART made a special effort to reach out to us with this notice. HART Theatre Audition Notice The Hillsboro
    Message 1 of 1 , May 7, 2013
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      This is far afield from the Milwaukie area, but HART made a special effort to reach out to us with this notice.



      HART Theatre Audition Notice

      The Hillsboro Artists' Regional Theatre is proud to announce the holding of auditions for their upcoming production of:

      Some Americans Abroad

      Sunday, May 12 at 7:00 pm
      Monday, May 13 at 7:00 pm (Call backs)

      Location: HART Theatre
      185 SE Washington Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123
      (enter through Lobby)

      Production dates are:
      July 19 – 28 on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:00pm
      Rehearsals will begin on June 3 and will take place at the director's residence in NW Portland (near Beaverton). Mondays-Wednesdays.
      In July rehearsals will move to the theatre in Hillsboro.

      Please dress comfortably and be prepared for movement. Headshot resumes are welcomed but not required. All roles are volunteer and no compensation is provided.

      Synopsis
      Some Americans Abroad By Richard Nelson

      A bitter comedy about the inner office politics during a college English department's annual "spring break study abroad trip", the course work includes viewing 28 plays in just three and a half weeks, plenty of double dealings, disloyalty and reckless accusations.

      The London production of this show received an Olivier Award nomination for Comedy of the Year (1989) and in New York it won the Drama Desk Award for best play (1990).
      It is the kind of show that strives to inspire both laughter and thought.

      CHARACTERS: 5M / 7F

      JOE TAYLOR, recently appointed Chairman of the English Department
      KATIE TAYLOR, his daughter, attends the College
      PHILIP BROWN, a Professor of English
      FRANKIE LEWIS, an Associate Professor of English (female character)
      ORSON BALDWIN, retired Chairman of the English Department (2 scenes)
      HARRIET BALDWIN, his wife (2 scenes)
      HENRY MCNEIL, Assistant Professor of English
      BETTY MCNEIL, his wife
      DONNA SILLIMAN, a student at the College (1 short scene)
      JOANNE SMITH, a graduate of the College (1 long scene)
      2 AMERICAN TOURISTS , a loud married couple (1 scene )

      CONTACT Stephen Kelsey at kelseylam@... for audition sides and for any other questions about the production.
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