Audition July 26 and 30 for our fall production,
Amanda Rockhold’s, “Dancing in Riddles!”
We are currently planning for our fall production, “Dancing in Riddles,” written by local playwright Amanda Rockhold, which will stage October 26-28, 2018 at Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Auditions will be held on July 26 and 30 from 6pm-9pm. Dancers will audition from 6pm-7pm and actors will audition from 7pm-9pm.
Dancers: You’ll be required to prepare your own 30-second dance number for auditions. You will also be taught a couple choreographed numbers on the night of auditions.
Actors: You will be doing cold reads for your auditions.
Please come with a filled out Audition Form
Auditions will be held at
Union County’s Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium
233 W 6th Street
Maryville, OH 43040
Set in 1992, this two-act dramatic comedy hubs around the troubles of a young girl named Mara, her family, and a desire for something more than an idle life. This is a story of a broken family told through dancing, the internal conflict of struggling with the future and sorting through a painful past.
Mara is challenged when her older brother, who ran away when he was a kid after their father died, shows up at the family reunion dinner, which their sister, Lauren, arranged. While facing their mother, who is cold and distant, at this dinner the two sisters struggle to find a resolution to broken pasts and undetermined futures. In the midst of all of this, Mara finds herself as a subject for a sociology graduate student’s family psychology thesis, and at the whim of her intolerable cousin, who is convinced that he is a cowboy.
– Mara (Lead): A lost and lonely girl, sarcastic in nature, yet poetic – 18
– Lauren (Large): Mara’s older sister – 30
– Doug (Medium): Cousin, weird, cowboy of sorts – 20
– Drew (Medium): Lauren’s husband, upbeat – 30
– Paul (Medium): A runaway brother – 24
– Floyd Richards (Medium): A sociology graduate student – 24
– Hilary (Medium): Mara and Lauren’s mother, condescending – mid to upper 50’s
– Tobey (Small): Hilary’s husband – 40’s to 50’s
– Male and female dancers (1M, 1F): Young adults, non-speaking, sinuous.
Proceeds from the fall production will benefit Neighbor to Neighbor, a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization. Members join for a small monthly fee and are matched with volunteers to help with household tasks and transportation. The Neighbor to Neighbor non-profit grew out of The United Way of Union County’s Annual Community Care Day. For more information about Neighbor to Neighbor visit www.ucn2n.org.