Monday, February 11th – 3:30-5:30 pm
Tuesday, February 12th – 4:30-5:30 pm
WA-1041 (Studio Theater) in the Wilson Center
Cape Fear Community College will hold auditions for the upcoming Directing Showcase where four student-directed/student-acted, one-act plays will be presented. The plays will be performed on Friday, April 26th, and Saturday, April 27th at 8:00 pm. More info: email@example.com
Roles for the following plays will be cast:
Sex with a Mathematician
Written By Pete Barry
Directed by Meghan Woodby
Two mathematical geniuses: Sara, a rebellious instigator, and Nikolai, a straight-laced actuary, challenge stereotypes and the online algorithm that set them up.
Sara: 20’s-30’s; completely defies stereotypes. She works in a think tank, but looks she works in a tattoo parlor. Sara is independent and stubborn and is cynical about love.
Nikolai: 25-35; a nerdy actuary that sees himself as classy, even though he owns a Blackberry. Nikolai is a wizard with numbers and he thinks he’s got Sara figured out.
Justine/Justin: 20s; friendly, hardworking. Knows his/her customers well. Loves a good laugh to get through a shift.
This Quintessence of Dust
Written By Cory Hinkle
Directed by Micah Houghtalin
A dark-comedy about that time when Jane went on vacation to Los Angeles to meet up with friends, but in a moment of weakness had coffee with her ex-boyfriend, Chip. . .and then the end of the world happened.
JANE: early 20’s―late 20’s, (a little too) ambitious and focused on her career; but that all comes to a halt. Pretends she’s happy with the apocalypse, but is extremely fearful of what happens next.
CHIP: early 20’s―late 20’s, Jane’s ex-boyfriend, practical, smart. He genuinely cares about Jane.
HENRY: early 20’s―late 20’s, Jane’s exuberant ex-boyfriend, more successful in acting than Chip… but was a slave to a group of cannibals.
Written By Mark Harvey Levine
Directed by Alex Kaiser
John, a “man’s man,” loves sports more than art. He has been dating Freda, his fun but cynical girlfriend. When Rick, a pessimistic artist, enters the picture Freda finds him intriguing. With each repeating scene, we peel back the lawyers of each relationship, revealing the primal core in all of us.
John – 20’s-40’s; dull and inspired by art. John loves sports and is dating Freda.
Freda – 20’s-30’s; Freda is a fun, but cynical person. She’s dating John, but is bored by his predictability. Rick brings spontaneity into her life.
Rick – 20’s-30’s; artistic and pessimistic. Rick works full time as an artist, and takes it seriously.
Auditions will be held in the Studio Theater in the Wilson Center (701 N. 3rd St.).
Auditionees should sign up outside of the theatre for a time, and be prepared to read from the script. Scripts for all roles are provided under the sign in sheet at the Studio Theater. All, including those with no experience, are encouraged to audition; the cast will be limited to Cape Fear Community College’s students/faculty/staff.
First read-thru will begin March 11th. Rehearsal times will vary.