Theater Company of Lafayette Announces Auditions for ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID, directed by Hannah Richards.
Always A Bridesmaid auditions are February 24 and 25 with auditions slots at 7:00pm-8:30pm and 8:30pm-9:30pm with a possible callback on the 25th at The Mary Miller Theater, 300 E. Simpson St. Lafayette, CO 80026. If you are interested in auditioning but cannot make any of the time slots, please email the director, Hannah Richards, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Always A Bridesmaid runs June 5-20 on Fridays/Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2pm with one Thursday performance on Thursday, June 18 at 7:30.
We are a non-equity theater. We do pay small stipends.
About Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten’s Always A Bridesmaid:
This hilarious comedy centers around four friends who have made a promise to each other at their Senior prom: to be in each other’s weddings, no matter what stands in their way. More than thirty years later, these mostly Southern friends are making that promise come true at the historic Laurel Oaks sitting room in Laurelton, Virginia.
Please note: Any part may be played by an actor of any race or ethnicity.
KARI AMES-BISSETTE: 20s-early 30s, a kind-hearted, spirited Southern charmer, who speaks mostly in monologue
LIBBY RUTH AMES: 40s-50s, hopeless romantic, sweet country woman, plainspoken and guileless (please note: Libby Ruth MUST have a southern accent as she is the southern belle of the group)
SEDALIA ELLICOTT: 60s, a gregarious, energetic Virginia hostess and life-force
MONETTE GENTRY: 40s-50s, kinda flashy, kinda trashy, Southern-to-the-bone flirt (please note: Monette must also have a Southern accent though not as distinct as Libby’s.)
CHARLIE COLLINS: 40s-50s, tree-hugging, Birkenstock-wearing, acerbic Southern free spirit (please note: Charlie must have a slight southern accent).
DEEDRA WINGATE: 40s to 50s, headstrong with a dry wit, no-nonsense Northern transplant
***Please note: All parts will have to do some physical comedy with the help of a stage combat director.***
What to prepare:
Please prepare a short comedic monologue. No longer than two minutes, one minute preferred. If you are auditioning for Kari, it can be up to three minutes. Be prepared to do a cold reading from the script at auditions. Southern accents are not required at auditions but we would love to hear them if you have one prepared. Bring a list of conflicts from March 9-June 21st. Note: We will not cast anyone with tech week conflicts on the week of May 31-June 5.
For advanced sides or questions, please email director Hannah Richards, email@example.com
Sign up for auditions here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e054ba8ad2ea46-theater