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Girard❜ s NudeThis world premiere musical will be presented jointly by Theater Red and the Kettle Moraine Players for 14 performances on September 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21 and 22 at the Kettle Moraine Playhouse. Rehearsals will begin July 8. It will be directed by Christopher Elst and music direction by Deanna Gibeau. Auditions are June 10 and 11. All information regarding the production and auditions is located on the Theater Red website. Note that YOU MUST BE SIGNED UP FOR AN AUDITION TIME!
Broadcast from New York❜s Mercury Theatre in 1938, this infamous radio play, based on the novel by H. G. Wells, had many terrified listeners convinced that an actual alien invasion of Earth was taking place. Adapted by Howard E. Koch, co-writer of Casablanca, and directed and narrated by Orson Welles, this original script detailing the frightening tale of an extraterrestrial takeover will bring it to life onstage to thrill and chill audiences.
This live radio play will be produced by the Kettle Moraine Players and directed by Al Wallisch. It is our first ever attempt at a radio play so a lot of the details are estimates that we are being very conservative with so the director has room to adjust.
Characters: 4-22 which could all be male or more likely 9 will be female.
Performances: 9 between October 18 and 27.
Rehearsals: as early as August 26 to get the ball rolling. But the reality is this is a 70 minute reading. A more likely situation is that after the first reading you may have a couple rehearsals a week the last 4 weeks (beginning September 23).
Auditions: July 29-August 11. Age is irrelevant because it❜s all about the voice.
The play follows one typical American family over the course of thirty years❜ worth of holidays. Starting in 1980, Ruthie and Bill❜s grown children — a priest, an aspiring actress, and a former football star — all return home, where we learn of their plans and dreams as they embark on their adult lives. The empty-nester parents contend with their own changes, too, as old family rituals are trotted out and ancient tensions flare up. As time passes, the family discovers that, despite what we may have in mind, we often arrive at unexpected destinations. As Woody Allen once said, ❝If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans…❞
The play will be produced by the Kettle Moraine Players and directed by Alan Jordan.
Characters: Male and female 50ish, 2 males and 1 female in their 20s.
Performances: 9 total beginning November 29 (Black Friday) to December 8.
Rehearsals: Beginning October 7.
Auditions: September 9-27.
Based up on the book ❝Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl❞. Winner of the 1956 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, Critics❜ Circle Award, and virtually every other coveted prize of the theatre. Very few plays have moved the Broadway critics to write such glowing notices, receiving the unanimous acclaim of all the top New York reviewers. The entire action takes place in the Frank family hide away.
The play will be produced by the Kettle Moraine Players and directed by Al Wallisch.
Characters: 50❜s- 1M; 40❜s- 3M, 2F; 30ish- 1F; 16- 1M, 1F; 13- 1F.
Performances: 14 beginning February 7 through 23, 2020.
Rehearsals: Beginning December 2. Expect a week off at the holidays.
Auditions: November 4-17.
A tired traveling salesman with an outdated understanding of success, Willy Loman has lost control of his career on the road and his life at home. Veering mentally between the fortunes of his brother and the failures of his sons, Loman comes up with one last plan to steer his boys — particularly his firstborn Biff — on a path to happiness. Moving and meaningful, Arthur Miller❜s masterwork exploration of love and betrayal in life and business remains as relevant and relatable today as when it first hit the Broadway stage more than seven decades ago.
The play will be produced by Seventh Row Center and directed by Paul Steinbach. Seventh Row Center will not be holding auditions for this production.
Performances: 9 beginning March 27 through April 5.
It’s Courtney❜s wedding day, and her mom, Delia, is making sure that everything is perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. Then, like in any good farce the doorbell rings. And all hell breaks loose. So much for perfect. This Lewis Black comedy will not disappoint!
The play will be produced by the Kettle Moraine Players and directed by Lyle Krueger.
Characters: 50❜s- 1M, 1F; 30❜s- 2M, 1F; 20❜s- 1F, 16- 1F.
Performances: 9 beginning May 8 through 17, 2020.
Rehearsals: Beginning March 16. Expect a week off at the holidays.
Auditions: February 17 — March 1, 2020.