Friday, November 11, 2011

Auditions for At First Sight by Annie Pié, Way Off Broadway Community Players, Leander, November 21

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Way Off Broadway Community Players

announce auditions for At First Sight by Annie Pié, directed by Jo Rake, at the WOBCT Theatre in Leander, Monday, November 21, at 7 p.m.

At First Sight Annie Pie Way Off Broadway Community Players LeanderAuditions will consist of cold readings from the script. There are roles for 4 women, 2 men, and 1 man or woman. Auditions are open to the public and will be held at Way Off Broadway's new theater, located in the 2243 Business Park at 11880 West FM 2243, Leander, 1 mile west ofHwy. 183, just east of Bagdad Road. (click for map)

Fifty-one-year-old Julia Goldman thought she had experienced it all. Although she had been widowed for two years, she was left financially well-fixed with two grown children who were busy with their successful careers. Life was routine and uneventful for Julia in her Hollywood home. She thought she would just ease into the rest of her days without anything notable looming on the horizon. Suddenly, "Life with a Capital L" hands her what is to become the biggest decision of her life; the sort of occurrence to which many a younger woman would hardly be equal. An accidental encounter in the cocktail lounge of a posh hotel with a man who sweeps her off her feet and then disappears, leaves her with much more than just a fond memory. She is no longer able to conceal her predicament. The sibling rivalry of her children, plus her own with her flamboyant sister, Verna, add to the complexity and to the resolution of her plight.


Julia Goldman (F), age 51, attractive widow

Fay Goldman (F), late 20’s, Julia’s daughter, soon to be wed

Curtis Goldman (M), early 30’s, Julia’s hypochondriac son

Verna Fields (F), late 50’s – 60’s, Julia’s much married older sister, thin and elegant

Philip Minister (M), 50’s, good looking and charmingly naïve

Senator Feldman (F), late 60’s, fierce Washington politico

Harry/Harriet Foster (M or F), 30’s to 50’s, reporter (small role; this actor doubles as stage crew)

All interested parties are encouraged to audition. Way Off Broadway is continually searching for performers, technicians, and other volunteers of
every experience level. Additional information is available at our website, .

Performances will be at 8:00 PM on January 20, 21, 27, 28, February 3, 4, 10, 11 and at 3:00 PM on January 29.

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